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Frequently Asked Questions

Scotland does have some strange language and traditions and some brilliant myths, here are some of the questions we are always asked by our clients.

A ‘dram’ or ‘nip’ is a Scottish slang term for ‘a measure of whisky’. The size is generally determined by the generosity of the pourer and is not exact!!

Whisky

Yes of course it is! And she lives deep in Loch Ness. We will arrange for you to sail out to meet her!

Loch Ness Monster

Scotland is a small country and so easy to navigate. The distance between our 2 major cities is only 40 miles. Which means you can use both cities (which are very different from each other) as a base for your next incentive in Scotland.

Map showing distance from Edinburgh to Glasgow

Traditional Scottish word for a party or night of wild, energetic dancing to a Scottish band, which includes bagpipes, fiddle and drums – we recommend every one of our incentive clients should include this in their programme as an after dinner excuse to HAVE A PARTY!!!

Ceilidh

We love haggis!! A Scottish speciality which everyone should try during their visit to Scotland. It’s tasty and full of goodness, made from the liver, heart, and lungs of a sheep, minced and mixed with beef and oatmeal and seasoned with onion, cayenne pepper, and other spices. The mixture is packed into a sheep’s stomach and boiled. Yummy!!!!!

Haggis