The Scottish Experience

T.M.M. Experiences, bring you The Scottish Experience, a series of wild camp experiences around Scotland, we have a range of experiences and one to suit everyone. Choose from Skye, Arran, NC500, Outlander or The West Highland Way Experience, if none of them suit there is always The Tailored Experience which we build to suit you.

Our 5 star service is proving very popular since we started in 2019 and to date we have won The Travel and Hospitality Awards: "Tour Company of the Year: Scotland" 2020 and recently "Excellence in Service" 2021. 

We are extremely proud of our service and our country and want you to experience both.

Now we say wild camping because we go places others won’t take you but it is not all roughing it in small tents and rain, we supply the very best of equipment and there is always a warm fire to sit around and chat through the day, add in good food and great company and you really cannot go wrong, try it, 98% of people who have love it. Alas we cannot control the weather but we can mitigate for it.

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One of the things that sets us apart from other tour operators is time, as we are carrying the accommodation with us we are not forced to cram stuff in and can afford to allow you the time you need to see the sights, to take in the views and to marvel at the beauty that is Scotland.

There is no landlady waiting to meet you, no set time for dinner nor breakfast, no need to be on the road again first thing. We can set up camps at anytime of the day or evening and cook quickly afterwards. 

Taking advantage of Scotland's enviable outdoor access code we can set up in a multitude of places and can be comfortable in no time at all, now don't get us wrong, we set off each day with a plan and a place to camp but hey if we see something that particularly interests you or we spend too long in one location nobody is going to get too excited or start to rush you, on the contrary, we will simply spend that time making adjustments. Not for us 15 minutes here and 10 minutes there, no you take the time you need, why rush Scotland's beauty?