I thought this looked like a way cooler version of a David Urquhart tour :: The Vibe are advertising a 4 day tour of some sweet places in Scotland that culminates in an evening in the Enchanted Forest!
This end of year event will allow you to get fully embraced in Celtic culture with a music workshop laid on in a remote Isle of Skye Hotel, where you'll be encouraged to join in the session. Our tour departs Edinburgh and makes our way through the Highlands taking in all the famous sights such as Rannoch Moor and Glencoe, past Ben Nevis, Eilaan Donan Castle and over the bridge to Skye. A full day will be spent exploring the some of the hidden gems on the magical Isle of Skye. The final night we head to Pitlochry, via Loch Ness, Inverness and Culloden on our way south to the Enchanted Forest for a light and sound extravaganza in the Heart of Scotland, Perthshire. This years Enchanted Forest theme is A Jouney Through Space. You'll then have the chance to camp out under the stars in the Vibe's own bell tents.All for £110 per person. Olly and I would have jumped at the chance to do this... we need a wee break just the two of us... but the school week is the previous week.
I really like the idea of taking a tour before heading to a festival... its one of those "why didn't I think of that???" ideas.
The Vibe provide unique trips to music and other events in Scotland. You'll see all the Highlights of Scotland from Edinburgh to the Scottish Highlands before climaxing at a music festival where we provide transfers, tickets and even set up camp for you in luxurious tents allowing you to relax and enjoy the good times.I am impressed! Maybe one day... In fact, imagine a busload of all your pals... together... for a few days in the middle of nowhere. That would be sweet!
The Vibe are creating a new concept in organised travel. We have designed our tours to give you a real feel for Scotland in under a week.
The idea behind our tours is to create a trip with all the things you would love to do while in Scotland but may be constrained by time and money.
In doing so we are confident that our Vibe trips could not be arranged independently, for less money, not to mention the time and effort spent trying to make it happen.
Oh and to stem an outcry from any silversurfers who read the ol' nanolog... please note... I am not saying Urquhart tours aren't cool... just not as cool as the Vibe's tours.