On the 'hunt' in Scotland

With lots of media speculation around the existence of Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster , we thought we’d take a look at how corporate incentive groups can ‘hunt’ in other ways in Scotland.

Photo stalking

Take to the hills, armed only with a camera to ‘shoot’ some of Scotland’s infamous wildlife, including red deer, eagles and more. An experienced wildlife stalker will guide you through the hills, picking the best spots to witness these animals, and capture some wonderful photography.


Scotland is famous for its world class freshwater fishing, with destinations up and down the country that offer great fishing and stunning scenery. You don’t need to be a pro, we’ve got the perfect tuition for beginners too. Plus, if you land the catch of the day, it might just end up on your evening dinner menu as an amuse bouche!


When the hunter becomes the hunted! Image your group’s transport being hijacked by wild Highlanders? Or maybe they storm your afternoon picnic, putting on a fearsome weaponry display? They could even escort the group to their next activity! We can arrange for hunting Highlanders to surprise your group at almost any point on an incentive…and it’s always one to remember.


Scotland has a rich larder of wild foods to be explored. Spend a morning foraging for mushrooms, chestnuts, brambles and berries, wild garlic and more. Then, have a culinary genius create lunch from the food you discovered.

Monster hunt

Instead of joining a mass hunt for Nessie, how about rib ride or boat cruise on the loch for your group? Nessie is a shy monster, so you’re more likely to spot her if it’s an intimate meeting!

And it doesn’t stop there…

Interactive falconry and gun dog demonstrations make wonderful incentive activities that showcase Scotland’s rich heritage of working the land and its wildlife.

Your group could also stay at high-end hunting lodges, or visiting a special hunting lodge for a BBQ spit roast dinner.