As life returns to something a little more akin to 'normal', and we are once again free to explore Scotland's beauty, there are measures we can take to protect our local environment and support the many businesses which have endured a difficult few years.
With thanks to Visit Scotland, here are some of the top tips to remember while you hit the road on your next campervan adventure...
Protect others and yourself
Do not travel if you have Covid-19 symptoms or have been told to isolate. Observe physical distancing, wear a face covering when required. Regularly use hand sanitiser and wash your hands frequently.
Join us in supporting the local tourism industry
Enjoy re/discovering Scotland. Eat local, see local and buy local.
Be considerate of local communities
What makes Scotland so special is its culture and warmth of welcome from local communities, so please respect their precious resources. If it’s busy, move on and explore somewhere different. Please take your litter with you.
Check the business is open and if you need to pre book. Follow business / attraction / community on social for latest ‘open’ updates. Look out for businesses supporting ‘Good to Go’ scheme, Scottish businesses are working hard to ensure your safety and welcome. Many businesses prefer card payment.
Observe the Scottish Outdoor Access Code
No matter what activity you are taking part in, or where you are exploring, please remember to respect, protect and enjoy Scotland. See the Scottish Outdoor Access Code for full guidance and advice.
Enjoy Slow travel
Visit fewer locations and really get to know the area – walk, bike or paddle.