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​HUNTING IN SCOTLAND, our trips:

Trips made for those who love hunting, respect the environment and fauna, for those seeking emotions, peace and beauty.​

Scotland is a haven for wildlife, especially woodcock, geese, deer and wood pigeon.


We have our hunting territories in three different counties which differ in conformation, habitat, flora and fauna present:

Agyll and Bute

Scottish Borders

Stirlingshire

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Since 2012, all our experience for the sole purpose of living a real adventure with a strong emotional and cultural impact.

 

With HUNTING TRAVEL CLUB we offer a complete experience in terms of hunting, in the quality of the hunting environments and landscapes, in terms of accommodation with spacious apartments equipped with every comfort.

To complete, an authentic Italian cuisine will delight your palates at the end of each day of hunting.

​THE THREE COUNTIES, our territories:

THE COUNTY OF ARGYLL AND BUTE

Located on the west coast of Scotland, the county of Argyll and Bute is the second largest region, undoubtedly the wildest and least populated, with only 0.12 people per hectare of territory.

The vast and uncontaminated territories, the coniferous forests and natural woods, with rivers, lakes and fjords, give this region a Nordic and mysterious charm that takes you back in time.

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THE SCOTTISH BORDERS COUNTY

South of Edinburgh, the Scottish Borders county is the beating heart of the Scottish countryside.

The wide valleys, which form the backdrop to a rural life intensely dedicated to agriculture, are transformed into villages steeped in Scottish history and tradition.

 

Wonderful castles, churches, abbeys and monasteries that are still well preserved mingle with much older buildings and settlements that date back to Roman domination beyond Hadrian’s Wall.

THE COUNTY OF STIRLINGSHIRE

It is the most historic of the counties, in which the Gaelic civilization was born and grew, the scene of many of the battles for independence, with the city of Stirling the capital of the Kingdom of Scotland until the union of the two crowns (English and Scottish) in 1707 AD.

Stirlingshire offers a very diversified territory which from the south and the agricultural countryside, crossing the volcanic headlands of central Scotland, reaches the vastity of the Highlands.

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