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Launch of new ambassador programme places food tourism at the heart of recovery for Scotland’s tourism industry.

Highland Tourism CIC shortlisted for Social Enterprise Scotland Award

Attraction of Highlands is clear to see – but communities must be heard

Cruise ship return to Invergordon offers hope for the future

Highland Tourism CIC strengthens leadership team with two new board members

Scotland’s newest snorkel trail reveals Lochaber’s hidden depths

Highland Council launches motorhome and campervan guidance for visitors

ScotRail Highland Explorer trains with carriages for 20 bikes launched to help people explore Scottish beauty spots

Tourism businesses ‘struggling to survive’ in wake of Covid-19 pandemic says Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) probe

Highland MSP Kate Forbes calls on people to respond to Scottish Government consultation on rented holiday homes

Highland Wildlife Park wins £1.9m lottery boost to create world class attraction.

Ross-shire visitor improvement projects amongst latest bids into multimillion-pound Rural Tourism Infrastructure Fund

New Highland Tourism CIC aims to set the Highlands and Moray on the world map during Covid recovery

Scotland set for record-breaking 6.4million summer holidaymakers in staycation boom.

FSB survey indicates challenging reality for Highland businesses that need ongoing support.

The group welcomes three new directors in Stuart McColm of Castle Stuart Golf Links, Nevis Range's Chris O’Brien, and Cobbs'

Scottish tourism bosses launch campaign encouraging those admiring the Glenfinnan Viaduct to extend their journey.

The 39-turbine project was approved in 2018 fafter Highland Council, RSPB and NatureScot objected.

Ambitious Target Set to Make Highlands a World Leading Sustainable Destination

Highland Council has become the first UK authority to relax licensing regs, enabling landowners to provide motorhome stopovers.

Three new rangers can’t be expected to wave a magic wand to fix tourism troubles.

Outlander fans can enjoy their own encounter with Scotland’s past and monster-spotters can get a bit nearer to Nessie with

NatureScot, North Highland Initiative and North Coast 500 Ltd encourage visitors to slow down and enjoy the north's attractions responsibly.

Landowners are being asked to allow motorhomes to pitch up to provide stopping places.

Licensing rules temporarily relaxed to allow landowners to offer motorhome stopovers.

A masterplan to shape the next 25 years of the troubled Cairngorm mountain has been revealed.

"Businesses must trade to help escape the “economic crisis” they are faced with due to Covid-19"

Highland Adapts initiative announces Emma Whitham as principal project manager.

Family-run Woodlands Glencoe beats over 3,100 entrants to land top accolade.

"So much of our economy does depend on it that getting our response right."

Black Sheep Hotels makes £20 million investment in portfolio, creating more than 80 new jobs.

Situated on the outskirts of Brora, the newly transformed Clynelish Distillery distinctly reminds you of Caithness.

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