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Scotland Vacation Packages

Our Scotland vacation packages are regaled for its premier golf courses, whiskey distilleries, castles, and breathtaking marshland, mountain, and loch views, the UK’s northernmost country also offers superb cycling and kayaking, trap shooting, and fishing, as well as a vibrant cultural and dining scene. Add in a trip to Glasgow for some of the best shopping in the U.K. outside of London’s West End, and you’ve got the perfect getaway for all types of travelers. Of course, if golf is your raison d’être, we can design a minimalist itinerary that puts the experience front and center, and that also allows for distillery visits, seaplane tours, spas, and jaw-dropping castles. Whether you are visiting Europe for a few days or two weeks, our on-the-ground team will collaborate to ensure a one-of-a-kind memory that enables you and your traveling companions to experience all the magic of Scotland exactly as you have dreamed.

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Vacation Packages to Scotland!

Scotland is the perfect destination to let your imagination run free. Majestic jaw-dropping landscapes, golf and biking some hallowed grounds, monsters at the bottom of a lake, and some real fine spirits to sip on during your journey.  We’ll customize your Scotland vacation package to include the things you’ve dreamed of and some you may never have imagined.  The options are endless and nothing is left to chance unless of course, that is what you want. Are you ready to experience our Scotland Vacations? Contact us!

*consultation fee is applied to package


Chloe Johnston Experiences will turn your travel dreams into memorable realities. Sometimes, however, despite those special experiences we create, we understand that you don’t always need a travel concierge. We can still totally spin some magic on those DIYs, but with just a list to start, you can begin the journey on your own and leave the tough part to us!

Here are some suggested DIYs!!

1. Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile
2. Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal
3. The Royal Yacht Britannia, Edinburgh
4. Isle of Skye and the Inner Hebrides
5. Stirling Castle
6. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow
7. Golf at St. Andrews
8. The Northern Highlands
9. Isle of Arran


What to wear on your Scotland Vacation?

  • Dress comfortably chic, in waterproof shoes that you can walk in.
  • Pack your favorite waterproof trench coat, but leave the umbrella at home. The harsh wind will blow your umbrella inside out the second you go outside.   
  • Layers are key. Have fun by adding a chic scarf or hat!
  • Jeans are very common in Scotland but don’t forget the leggings to layer up when the wind picks up.
  • You can’t go wrong with a leather bag or backpack to sustain the weather while staying on-trend.
  • The sun does shine every now and then so bring along a fun pair of shades to compliment your outfit.
  • If you forget something, no worries! There are plenty of trendy shops and stores that carry everything you will need to stand out on your trip!

Phone plan?

  • For Verizon users, call Verizon to activate your travel pass. It’s $10/day and your phone functions the same way abroad as it does at home. Most phone services now have similar options but be sure to call your service to be sure.

Exchanging money?

  • We suggest going to your bank before you leave to exchange your money. Exchanging money at the airport can be more expensive than doing so with your bank. The other option would be to use your ATM card and taking out money directly once at your destination. You will need to call your bank ahead of time to let them know you will be traveling and find out any withdraw maximums to avoid freezing your bank cards.

Do my credit cards work there?

  • Make sure you call your credit cards before you leave to let them know you will be traveling.
  • Find out from your credit card if there are any international fees.

Should I tip?

  • In Scotland, the general rule for tipping is 10%.
  • For any experiences, tips are more than welcome.

How do I not look like a tourist?

  • If you need a map use the one on your phone.
  • Pay attention to your volume level when in public places. Americans tend to be louder than most.


  • Our Scotland travel packages offer a variety of shopping experiences from generic retail outlets to small hidden shops scattered throughout the cities. One of the most popular shopping destinations is the villages in Edinburgh, which offer chic designer stores within walking distance of hotels and restaurants.

Do I need to buy an adaptor?

  • Yes, you will need to buy an adaptor. If you forget an adaptor, airports will definitely have one. Here is a link to an option that can be used in multiple countries.

Will my hairdryer or straightener work?

  • Most of the hotels or Airbnb’s will have hair dryers. If you bring your own straightener they will not work. You can either buy a cheap one while you are there or go with natural hair during your stay.

Can I drink the water?

  • Yes! The tap water in Scotland is safe to drink. However, if you want to play it safe, water bottles are readily available.

What’s the weather like?

  • The weather in Scotland is very unpredictable. Be prepared for clouds, rain, wind, and the occasional sun. Generally speaking, the east coast tends to be cool and dry while the west coast experiences more rainfall. Don’t fret, however, as the rain normally does not last for long and when it does, everyone else is enjoying the wonders of Scotland, so you should too.


  • Scotland offers a variety of shopping experiences from generic retail outlets to small hidden shops scattered throughout the cities. One of the most popular shopping destinations is “the villages” in Edinburgh, which offer chic designer stores within walking distance of hotels and restaurants.

Physical Demands

  • Dress comfortably chic, in waterproof shoes that you can walk in.
  • Dress warmly as the wind can be harsh at times.
  • Get ready for unpredictable weather and lots of rain.
  • Have bug spray on hand when in the countryside.
  • Be prepared to drive on the opposite side of the road.

Before You Go

  • Call credit cards
  • Stop mail
  • Create a new music playlist
  • Talk to your neighbors/local friends and family to inform them that you’ll be away
  • Call your phone company and set up an international plan
  • Check that your passport is up to date (must not expire within 6 months of travel) and take a copy with you
  • Check to see if you need a visa
  • Wash your clothes/laundry  and bring a bag for dirty clothes
  • Check outlet compatibility
  • Charge your electronics
  • Pick out a favorite book, movie
  • Download a favorite show, movie, book, or game
  • Organize pet sitters if needed
  • Prepare a carry on according to airline demands considering size, weight, and liquids
  • Arrange transportation to the airport
  • Check the map of transportation in Scotland
  • Confirm hotel or lodging arrangements, if not booked with CJE
  • Check-in on your flight 24 hours in advance
  • Confirm transportation after arriving at the destination; print details, if not booked with CJE
  • Buy tickets ahead of time to travel to neighboring cities, if not booked with CJE
  • Pack medicine and vitamins you made need
  • Pack chargers

Things to do

Edinburgh International Film Festival: Scotland Vacation Packages

The world’s longest continually running film festival, established in 1947, EIFF is world-renowned for discovering and promoting the very best in international cinema—both in the final product and in filmmaking. And you thought Cannes and Sundance were the only film festivals that mattered…

The Gannet: Scotland Vacation Packages

1155 Argyle Street, Glasgow, United Kingdom, G3 8TB

Probably one of the highest Scotland haunts on our to-try list, The Gannet was love at the first photo. Gorgeous dishes prepared with all the best ingredients Mother Nature (and farmers!) have to offer are served in a minimalist, low-key setting alongside a deep wine and cocktail list. Though we were drooling over the perfectly pink meat preparations, this to-die-for spot also serves innovative vegetarian fare.

Inver restaurant, Strathlachlan, Strachur, Argyll & Bute

Reading through the menu here will have your mouth salivating and your tongue insanely tingling. The ingredients and combinations sound so delicious. If you’re a fan of innovative farm-to-table cuisine, this place will knock your proverbial socks off. There is both a la carte and prix fixe options and a rock-solid, trendy but not too, kids menu. (Littles will love the Bento box!) The natural setting and simple interior feel almost too perfect! 

You’ll enjoy this as a part of one of the best Scotland Vacation Packages. 

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Tour: Family Tour, Scotland, 2017

” I am so glad my family and I could go a trip with Chloe and her team. I would recommend them to anyone considering to travel to Scotland!!! ”
– John, Fort Lauderdale, FL

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