A Scottish Vacation in the Borders

It’s a very common thing for visitors planning a Scottish vacation to immediately think they want to go to the Highlands when in fact the Highlands might not be the best place for their chosen activity. While the Highlands are undeniably very beautiful, they have certain limitations when it comes to various types of hunting and fishing. For certain types of mixed hunting and fishing vacations, the Scottish Borders are by far the best place to go.

A grouse hunting and salmon fishing Scottish Vacation

The River Tweed is arguably the most famous and most important salmon fishing river in Europe and it is located in the Scottish Borders. The Scottish Borders are also home to some of the most productive grouse moors in the UK and there are certain locations within the Borders that allow you to access both the very best salmon fishing available in Scotland and the very best grouse moors in Scotland.

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River & Green Travel Bulletin,

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the UK Government and the Scottish Office have imposed a wide range of restrictions pertaining to entry into Scotland and control measures while visitors are in the country. Entry is temporarily suspended for some nationals and for others, there may be the requirement to quarantine for 14 days from the date of arrival in the UK. Travel is unrestricted for nationals arriving from countries with low infection rates. For the most current information, please refer to the guidance presented by the Scottish Government (link below). Advice can change at very short notice, so please be aware that conditions of travel should be reviewed frequently.