Something for all the family at Highland Safaris this Autumn

Swap pavement pounding for gold panning, people watching for nature spotting, and cityscapes for mountain peaks! Award winning visitor attraction, Highland Safaris, in the small hamlet of Dull near Aberfeldy, has everything City families need this Autumn to escape for a rejuvenating day out in the countryside – and is an ideal place to visit during the School October holidays.

Visit the Red Deer Centre, feed the deer, Britain’s largest land mammal, and meet Ossian the owl!

Enjoy a gold panning adventure and search for natural gemstones, and maybe even the odd nugget of Highland Perthshire gold. Feed your soul with delicious food from the Highland Safaris café, with its fresh seasonal produce, home baking, and delicious Glen Lyon coffee. Highland Safaris is situated in the beautiful Appin Valley with stunning views and vistas all around! Sip your coffee, or warming hot chocolate, as you gaze outside, or cosy up by our log burning stove!


Try one of the company’s 5 star rated Land Rover Safaris to take you up into the mountains, or through forests and glens, to spot wildlife, pick up on the history and heritage, and marvel at these amazing environments sculpted by the elements.

You can even start your Christmas shopping by choosing a thoughtful gift in the Highland Safaris giftshop, packed full of well chosen gifts for the nature lover, the rambler, the bird spotter, or the fisherman, with plenty of pocket money toys for the children.

Or if you are a biker, enjoy experiencing the “high tops” without the climb, with a Drop at the Top Mountain Biking Safari which transports you and your bike to the top of the mountain trails for a fun filled adventurer cycling back down. Highland Safaris also offers bike hire, and can recommend a variety of cycle and mountain biking routes in the area, from easy to more of a challenge.

“We look forward to welcoming visitors from Edinburgh this Autumn,” said Donald Riddell of Highland Safaris “Highland Perthshire is not only glorious at this time of the year, it’s a very accessible part of Scotland to access from the major cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow and entire Central Belt.”