Get back to nature with motorhome rental holiday this autumnPosted on: October 30, 2018
Gorgeous colours, crisp air and fewer crowds- there are so many reasons to enjoy a motorhome holiday this autumn. Enjoy the last hurrah of the season by hitting the woodlands for an exhilarating walk (keep an eye out for fairies!) then back to the cosy warmth of your luxury campervan for a dram. Here are just some of the exciting outdoor events going on this fall in Scotland:
Visit an Enchanted Forest in a motorhome rental
The Enchanted Forest returns to Faskally Wood in Pitlochry Thursday 4 October–Sunday 4 November. This year’s atmospheric show, Of The Wild, is firmly rooted in nature highlighting the natural wonders all around and is inspired by the hidden beauty of the wild forest after dark. This spectacular event combines breath-taking visuals, state-of-the-art technologies and a rousing music score that fuses contemporary with traditional. Visitors can follow the winding trail past the mysterious Loch Dunmore deeper into the woods where they will come alive after dark with sights, sounds and scents guaranteed to enchant the senses and surprise curious minds. It’s all right outside your door when you choose a luxury motorhome rental!
Motorhome rental and CowalFest Argyll 2018
Based in Dunoon on the Firth of Clyde, this year’s festival will run from Friday 5 to Friday 12 October (inclusive) with its usual varied and exciting range of carefully graded walks to suit all ages, interests and ability. Fourteen new walks are included alongside old favourites with transport being provided as necessary. The walk leaders and organisers of CowalFest are all volunteers who are keen for others to enjoy the magnificence of the Cowal Peninsula in Argyll.
A mystical walking holiday in a motorhome rental
If spotting dolphins at Chanonry Point off the Black Isle wasn’t magical enough, ‘leaf-peepers’ can indulge in the magic of autumn colours on a walk at Fairy Glen in Rosemarkie. With two picturesque waterfalls, the Fairy Glen was once the scene of a well-dressing ceremony, where the children of the village decorated a pool, next to a spring, with flowers. It was believed that this would ensure the fairies kept the water supply clean.