Dundee, Angus, Fife & Perthshire incentives

 

Perthshire off-road | Pirate Boat safari | Gleneagles Hotel | Eat Walk St Andrews

 

Experience the wilds of Scotland with off-road driving or safari boat trips before enjoying the luxury of a spa hotel and Scottish hospitality.

 

Perthshire off-road

perthshire_off-road, Scotland, UK
 

Take a drive on the wild side in the spectacular Perthshire countryside in a 4x4 with the Perthshire Off Road Driving Centre through mud, up hills and into deepwater. 

If that sounds too pedestrian for your groups, get them to try 'reverse steer’ Land Rover driving instead. 

Perthshire Off Road Driving Centre occupies a hugely challenging highland site near Perth in 400 acres of terrain. Quads, rally karting and 8x8 ATVs are also available.

Visit Perthshire Off Road Driving Centre to find out more.

 

 

Pirate Boat safari

pirate-boat_safari, scotland, UK
 

Give groups a fresh perspective of the multi million pound waterfront in Dundee on a boat safari exploring Dundee’s Tay Estuary. 

What groups will see during their one-hour trip to experience the open water is at the skipper’s discretion but could include local sights such as the V&A gallery and The Larick Beacon and often seen wildlife like the Bottlenose dolphin population.

Visit Pirate Boats to find out more.

 

Gleneagles Hotel

Ochil House, private event space at Gleneagles
 

 

Gleneagles Hotel in Perthshire is home to three championship courses. A golf day to remember, it is an amazing venue which showcases some of the finest greens and fairways in the world. 

The Equestrian School at Gleneagles is also one of the finest in Scotland, with horse riding lessons, a polo school and carriage rides. The hotel plays host to a falconry school and a gyn dog training centre as well.

 

Visit Gleneagles Hotel to find out more.

 

 

 

Eat Walk St Andrews

eat_walk_st_andrews, Scotland
 

Did you know that Scots produce 70% of the UK’s gin? That’s just one of the facts groups could learn on an Eat Walk tour around St Andrews. 

The walking tour lasts three to three and half hours, and by the end, groups will have enjoyed locally sourced food and drink and have a very good understanding of what makes so many people visit St Andrews. The food walking tours take in five venues for food tastings with three of the stops also serving drink tastings.

 

Visit Eat Walk St Andrews to find out more.

 

 

 

 

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