Get off the beaten track and explore the stunning scenery of Atholl Estates on an off-road safari. Travel down remote tracks and scale the heights of this spectacular landscape covering distances only the very energetic could accomplish on foot.
Our off-road safaris take in some of the remote, dramatic and tranquil areas of the estate from peaceful glen to lofty hillside. Each safari is a personal and special experience limited to a maximum of five people. You will be driven by one of our expert guides who live and work on the estate and who will share their detailed knowledge of the area which is rich in wildlife including red squirrels, birds of prey, mountain hares and red deer.
Private off-road safaris are available year-round and can be arranged on a half-day (2 and a half hours) or full-day (5 hours) basis. These are tailored to a date, time and duration that suits your group and can focus on any particular areas of interest.
Prices – Half Day £200, Full day £340
“We had our Land Rover Safari yesterday, and I just wanted to give you feedback on the absolutely amazing experience we had! Sandy was the best, friendliest, most knowledgeable guide we could ever have imagined, and we could not have been happier with the trip, everything from start to finish was just fantastic. Please give Sandy our thanks.” Else-Marie, June 2018.
“We saw roe deer, grouse, a couple of birds, and an amazing herd of deer. It was so interesting to hear Sandy talk about his time on the estate. He took us around the grounds and at one point up so high that we were in the clouds. Seeing the grouse trying to distract us from their nest in the clouds was really cool to watch.” TripAdvisor 2017
“We experienced the roaring stags safari 7.30 am safari on 22nd Oct with Sandy. It was a fantastic experience. Sandy was an excellent guide and driver, very knowledgeable and was keen to ensure we saw and experienced as much as we could. We went on 2 other safaris with our establishments when we were there, however, nothing would compete with you the roaring stags.” Ms J Dixon Oct 2017