Rabbie’s has introduced new excursions, showcasing distant destinations like Bullers of Buchan to see puffins and Tranent for a tipple at the distillery known for the Edinburgh Malt.
With an substantial 2021 programme of itineraries, the tour operator travels throughout the duration and breadth of the British isles and Republic of Eire with a range of in excess of 100 journeys.
Bookable from January, highlights of the new itineraries involve trips to love Scottish delicacy Cullen Skink, whisky and gins tastings and a chance to appreciate the wonderful shorelines on the Emerald Isle.
Heather Reekie, director of internet marketing and profits at Rabbie’s, commented: “Our new itineraries, coupled with client favourites set the benchmark for off-the-crushed-track tours, that for 2021 will consider Britons out of metropolis centres into the minor-explored communities and heritage places throughout the country.
“Ensuring whole immersion of group, tradition and the splendor of the countryside is what Rabbie’s does ideal, though responsibly supplying back again to the communities we journey in.”
With social distancing measures in position, lowered team measurements and improved cleansing steps, Rabbie’s provides be concerned-cost-free journeys.
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