EC Travel - Scotland

Scotland & United Kingdom

About EC Travel - Scotland

EC travel was founded by Esmé Cook and is universally acknowledged as one of the premier UK based Destination Management Companies, with an unrivalled reputation for innovation and reliability. All clients benefit from the long and established, tried and trusted, chain of EC Travel suppliers, who can provide the exact fit to their requirements plus an extensive list of who to turn to in moments of “unexpected challenges”. Crucial in our industry!


What Makes Us Unique

EC Travel is renowned for the ability to arrange events that show off the splendor and tradition of Scottish Heritage, including the many sporting events and activities, which are unique to Scotland. To this rich foundation, the team at EC Travel add an individual touch - original venues, exceptional entertainment and that little bit extra – imagination. Innovative and creative, EC Travel is always searching for what is new and interesting in Scotland, never settling for what we know.

What everyone is saying about EC Travel - Scotland

"“Without you I am lost” "

- Mastercard International

"We have learned to expect nothing but the best from you. And you always deliver! "

- Sunquest Incentive Travel.

"You proved many times over that you could easily do the improbable and the impossible would take only slightly longer"

- Coca-Cola USA

Scotland

From cutting-edge convention centers to secluded, exclusive castles, Scotland has an amazing array of venues to suit any business event.

Scotland, world-famous for its awesome scenery, beautiful mountain landscapes, hills, lochs and rivers, is the perfect destination. These unspoiled habitats produce a delicious variety of high quality fish, meat and of course whisky. Plus, providing the perfect setting for a range of activities, including white water rafting, 4x4 driving, fishing and golf.

Key areas around Scotland

  • Edinburgh and the Lothians
  • Glasgow, The Trossachs and Loch Lomond
  • St. Andrews and Fife
  • The Highlands
  • Argyll and the Isles
  • Ayrshire & Arran
  • The Scottish Boarders

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Why Scotland?

  • Nature and Geography: Explore the beautiful landscapes and wildlife of Scotland, from the sandy coastlines, to the highest Munros and greenest forests/
  • History and Ancestry: Uncover Scotland’s literary greats, trace back your family history and marvel at some truly breathtaking castles and monuments.
  • Wildlife: Discover all the different animals you can see in Scotland and where to see them, from birds to whales, and squirrels to seals.
  • Arts and Culture: An eclectic range of theatre, the world’s festival capital, music festivals, movie locations, breathtaking art and architecture and captivating literary history including Robert Burns, Scotlands National Board.
  • Food and Drink: Scotland is renowned for its unrivalled local produce served in a fantastic range of restaurants, cafes and tearooms. Plus, great bars, pubs, breweries and distilleries to explore.

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What's new in Scotland

  • 2016 The Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design celebrating the richness of Scotland’s much-loved heritage, culture and environment, alongside contemporary and cutting edge designs of today.
  • British Airways to run new daily flights from London Heathrow to Inverness, gateway to the Highlands and Islands.
  • New Cairngorms “Scenic Route” along the eastern side of the Cairngorms National Park from Glenshee to Grantown-on Spey to be launched in 2016.
  • The Flying Scotsman locomotive will return to Scotland in May for the first time in 16 years after a major restoration. The train will run from York to Edinburgh.
  • The Queen’s 90th birthday will be celebrated by Royal Yacht Britannia (Edinburgh), which is planning a series of exciting events.