Scotland Tourism – Environmental and Cultural Well-Being
Posted by :GreciaPosted date : October 1, 2013In European HolidayComments Off on Scotland Tourism – Environmental and Cultural Well-Being
Tourism is undoubtedly one of the top most revenue generators for the country of Scotland. This industry generates a huge number of jobs and is considered to be essential for the cultural well being of the region. It is a known fact that tourists come to this European nation for its unique environment. Hence it is all the more important to maintain the environment by providing environment friendly and sustainable Scotland tourism packages to the tourist.
Real Beauty of Scotland Tourism
In the year 2010 alone, 14.7 million overnight tourists visited this amazing region. Eco tourism has caught up with a lot of countries and there are many options for the eco conscious traveler to choose from in Scotland. Renting a bike is a good way to see the various terrains the country has to offer. It is not only least expensive but is a good way to go green. It is true that biking on the highlands is a hard job, but most other areas like Fife and Glasgow can be covered in bikes. The road network is good and you can enjoy the rustic country lanes while riding by as they are quite scenic.
Apart from the highlands, the national parks of the country attract good number of tourists. Hiking is an activity you have to try out if you are visiting any of the national parks. The most popular of the country’s national parks are Trossachs, Loch Lomond and Cairngorms. There are a wide variety of things to do and sights to see in this picturesque country. The many specialist tour operators will arrange your vacation according to your requirements fitting your dream itinerary in the time frame suited to you. There are a lot of places to visit with family. If you are visiting Scotland you should not forget to try out the local foods and the local drinks.
Grecia is the author of tournavationmke.com. She loves to travel around the world and share her experience and knowledge about the travel industry, features about travel trends. Prior to travel writing, Grecia covered Internet and Technology articles and contributing for many other web blogs.