15 Scotland Activities That Should Be On Everyone's Bucket List

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Vote up the activities that you're going to add to your bucket list.

Most mortals have a list of life goals we want to accomplish. But just when we think we've almost finished writing it, something new comes up. Well, this Scotland bucket list is so interesting you'll probably want to add everything on it to your own list ASAP if you are visiting.

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  • 1
    8 VOTES

    Take In The Landscape Of Quiraing

    From Redditor u/ani_svnit:

    Visit Quiraing, Skye. The landscape doesn't even look real.

    8 votes
  • 2
    7 VOTES

    Spot Dolphins By The Isle Of Mull

    From Redditor u/ani_svnit:

    Go to Mull. Dolphin spotting is a luck of the draw depending on whether a pod is visiting the area or not. The Moray coastline has a higher chance of having a pod around, but it is slightly up north (closer to Edinburgh than Mull though). Calgary Bay on the Isle of Mull is a stunning beach.

    7 votes
  • 3
    7 VOTES

    See Puffins And Rock Formations On The Coast

    From Redditor u/ani_svnit:

    Dunnet Head/Duncansby Head. (On opposite sides of mainland Scotland's North Coast, the former is great for bird watching, including puffins, and the latter is famous for its off-coast rock formations...)

    7 votes
  • 4
    7 VOTES

    Go North And Stargaze

    From Redditor u/elizabethunseelie:

    Stargazing as far north as possible.

    Day at the Fringe.

    Walk the West Highland Way.

    Leave something at Fairy Shrine at Aberfoyle (my wee nephew loved that; he found a Batman perched on one of the trees).

    Look around a Rennie Mackintosh building.

    Find the Haggis at the Kelvingrove (and convince a tourist or child about the evolutionary adaptation for hills).

    7 votes
  • 5
    12 VOTES

    See The Castles

    From Redditor u/Morlea:

    I've been to a few of the castles (Edinburgh, Stirling, Doune, Tantallon) and they're wonderful, but I'd love to see more.

    12 votes
  • 6
    5 VOTES

    Have A Bottle Of The Finest Tonic

    From Redditor u/Thesquire89:

    Go to Tobermory. Have yourself a scrumptious bottle of the finest Tonic.

    Go to Bannockburn and Culloden.

    Take a train over the Forth Bridge.

    Spend a weekend in each city.

    5 votes