Wondering where to go in Scotland? For a unique experience, seek out undiscovered Scotland.

Bunk Campers - Undiscovered Scotland

Wondering where to go in Scotland? For a unique experience, seek out undiscovered Scotland.

Scotland is one of those age-old countries well travelled by visitors and explorers from all over the world; however it remains a surprising country. Undiscovered Scotland holds hundreds of secret attractions and unique places. When you decide where to go in Scotland, make sure you see some of the less-trodden sights of undiscovered Scotland – and campervan hire Scotland from Bunk Campers is a great way to get there.

Bunk Campers - Undiscovered ScotlandVisitors have flocked to Scotland for centuries because of its unique culture and modern lifestyle; however there remains a secret side to Scotland which you too can experience if you choose to leave the beaten path in your campervan or motorhome.

Visit the isle of Skye– Take your campervan to the isle of Skye, the world’s favourite island, recently voted ‘4th best island in the world by National Geographic magazine’. This island is symbolic of the true nature of undiscovered Scotland, where tiny villages and historic keeps lay in secret all around the island. Our trip suggestion – wake up the locals with motorbike rental on the isle of Skye, where the windy roads will test your skill. The isle of Skye is perfect for our roadie campervans.

Take a glass-bottomed boat trip– Take a look into the depths of the ocean with a glass-bottomed boat trip from Kyle of Lochalsh in the north highlands. When most people think about the highlands of Scotland, they picture all the great walking tours, adventure activities, and skiing in the Cairngorms. But there are just as many breath taking experiences nearer to sea level. Boat trips from Kyle of Lochalsh are just one of many hidden secrets of undiscovered Scotland, off the beaten track. This is a great way to experience secret Scotland and should be something on every visitor’s agenda.

Visit the dolphins in the Sound of Barra– Another highlight of hidden Scotland are the recent sightings of scores of dolphins of the coastal regions of the Hebrides. These lively, acrobatic dolphins delight wildlife-lovers who visit the west coast of Scotland. Researchers have discovered that in the Hebrides there appear to be two distinct groups of bottlenose dolphins. One group is found in and around the Sound of Barra in the Outer Hebrides.

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Pick up your camper from our depots in Dublin or Belfast & discover the magic of the Emerald Isle.

Bunk Campers Scotland depot between Edinburgh & Glasgow airports is the perfect start point for your Scotland road trip.

Tour England & Europe! Our depots are conveniently located in Yorkshire, the Midlands and at London Heathrow airport to get you on the open road.

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