Tag Archives: North Coast 500

4 Night Tour Arisaig, Skye, Plockton, Black Isle

Day 1 From Four Seasons Campers (Loch Lomond Base) head north on the A82 through Glencoe and continue towards Fort William then past Neptunes Staircase on the A830 towards Arisaig and Mallaig. The road runs parallel to the Jacobite Steam train railway line made famous in Harry Potter as the route the Hogwarts Express took. Turn off the A830 at Arisaig where there are an abundance of campsites and beautiful beaches that look towards the Inner Hebridean Islands of Eigg and Rhum. Things to see Continue reading →

Driving the North Coast 500 in winter and spring guide

Navigate direct to: Day 1: Getting to the Gorgeous West Coast | Day 2: Ullapool and Sutherland | Day 3: Castles and Legends | Day 4: The North Coast leg | Day 5: Whisky and Wildlife “North Coast 500,” I hear several times on my train journey north. “North Coast 500” I hear again on my return journey back to Glasgow. It’s a snowy day in January and it seems the whole of Scotland is talking about this epic touring route around the north coast Continue reading →

Top Tips for touring the North Coast 500 in a campervan out of season

If you are planning to tour the North Coast 500 in a campervan in late autumn, winter or early spring, read our top tips for touring the NC500 in a campervan.  Plan your trip carefully. As tourism providers catch up with demand, many businesses remain closed until the beginning of April so don’t count on them being open at this time of year and miss out on seeing something else you could have en-route.     Book accommodation in advance.  Many  campsites on the NC500 route close Continue reading →

Customer Reviews

Read our 5 Star Customer Reviews before you book your next camper van holiday Customer satisfaction is of paramount importance to us and the reviews from our customers are testimony to the personal care and advise we offer, as well as the quality of our camper vans.  Whether you are new to holidaying in a camper van, or have never visited Scotland before, we are on hand with advise and support to ensure that you have a relaxing and memorable camper van holiday and get the Continue reading →

Campervan Tour Routes in Scotland

Despite it’s size, Scotland’s landscape offers a wide variety of different scenery compacted into a very small space.  This accessibility makes Scotland an ideal place to tour around in a campervan. Our VW Campervans are only 4.9m in length so similar in size to a regular estate car, and are  exceptionally easy to drive along Scotland’s remote and narrow single track roads.   It’s important to us that you get the most out of your road trip around Scotland  which is why we’ve put together a number Continue reading →