Links

Links:  Sporting Scotland

Corglass Cottage – our self-catering cottage, sleeping 2.
Sporting Wilderness – our safari company operating in East Africa.

Travel to Scotland

www.britishairways.com – international flights via London to Aberdeen or Inverness
www.airfrance.com – international flights via Paris to Aberdeen
www.klm.com – international flights via Amsterdam to Aberdeen
www.scotrail.co.uk – trains throughout Scotland

Local Attractions

www.maltwhiskytrail.com – Malt Whisky Trail
www.speysidecooperage.co.uk – Working cooperage for whisky industry
www.agtb.org/castletrail.htm – Castle Trail
www.cairngorms.co.uk – Cairngorms National Park
www.knockandowoolmill.org.uk – working woollen mill

Local Events

www.spiritofspeyside.com – Whisky Festival – 1-5 May 2008
www.walkingfestival.net – walking festival
www.agtb.org/eventscalendar.shtml – Events calendar for Scotland
www.ghilliebasan.com – Middle Eastern and Turkish cookery workshops with well known cookery writer, Ghillie Basan
www.cragganmore-house.com –  cookery workshops with seasonal Scottish produce with Tony Allcott

Local Shops & Produce

www.johnstonsofelgin.com – Scottish Cashmere Centre
www.walkersshortbread.com – Scottish Shortbread
www.gourmetschoice.net – Smoked Scottish salmon
www.speylarder.com – Delicatessen

Fishing

www.speycaster.co.uk – Ian Gordon’s Spey casting site

Travel

www.rgs.org
www.geographia.com

Travel Advice

www.fco.gov.uk – Official British Foreign Office Web Site
www.dh.gov.uk/en/Healthcare/Halthadvicefortravellers/index.htm – British Government health advice for travellers
www.masta-travel-health.com – Health advice for travellers
www.campbellirvine.com – Customised travel insurance

Photography

www.baldvinsson.de

www.balbet.com – professional photographer

Travel Gear

www.globetrotter.de – Clothing and gear for world-wide travel

Africa

www.davidsheldrickwildlifetrust.org – Kenyan wildlife conservation trust
www.theafricahouse.com – Fair trade gifts from Africa
www.farmafrica.org.uk – Helps rural African farmers produce more food