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Welcome to Guvnors Moray Tours

Here you will learn all about what makes Moray a great place to visit, and you will be well informed about the possibilities that will make your tour of Moray an enjoyable experience. Once you have decided what you would like to do or see on your tour, give Guvnors Moray Tours a call or fill in the contact form for further information

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Your Moray Tours.

Your tour of Moray begins with you, and what interests you and your group. If you want to see the beautiful Moray scenery, and also tour one or more of the many whisky distilleries which are located in and around Moray, it's all there waiting for you.

Moray Wildlife And Food

Moray is home to an abundance of wildlife and where better to see the Scottish dolphins and seals than at the Scottish Dolphin Centre. at Spey Bay. Groups are welcome to visit the Scottish Dolphin Centre and they offer a range of tours and activities to meet your group requirements, including: land based dolphin watching and wildlife walks. Include the Baxters Highland Village in your Moray tour and enjoy travelling back in time to the original grocery store and enjoy delicious Scottish food in their resturaunt.

The Natural Beauty Of Moray

Lossie Harbour with the Northern Lights overhead taken by Gary PaulThere are beautiful historic villages with colourful painted houses and picturesque harbours and marinas dotted along the the coast of the Moray Firth. You and your group can visit picturesque villages along the Moray Firth coast and finish with a tour of the spectacular Macduff Marine Aquarium. Situated on Aberdeenshire’s scenic coast in the fishing town of Macduff, the marine aquarium features marine life from the Moray Firth.

Other Ideas

Elgin Cathedral taken by Gary Paul Your tour of Moray doesn't need to end there you could take a different route back to your base. Whether you are based in Elgin Guvnors Moray Tours could take you on a tour of Huntly castle and Deans of Huntly and visit to the Strathisla distillery in the town of Keith on your way back to base.

If you play golf there are fifteen great golf courses in Moray. Choose between links or parkland courses all at reasonable rates. We can take you there, pre-book your tee times and arrange your golf club hire. The golf clubs in Moray include: Elgin, Lossiemouth, Hopeman, Spey Bay, Strathlene, Buckpool, Keith, Kinloss, Rothes, Dufftown, Nairn, Garmouth and Kingston, Grantown-on-Spey and Ballindalloch Castle.

On your tour of Moray you can visit many of the local landmarks. You can choose which landmarks you would like to visit and you can even try your hand at some fishing at one of the fisheries.

Wherever you are based in Moray there is accommodation to cater for your needs. There are luxury hotels, holiday cottages, guest houses and caravan and camping sites. There is accommodation to suit every taste and budget and you can even book hotels recommended by Guvnor himself.