Over 25 years of experience, innovation,
creativity and excellent contacts.

Leading Destination Management Company

We are a leading destination management company and we’d love to help you!

 

Team-building

K&N Travel Associates is a leading Destination Management Company with offices in Edinburgh and London has successfully worked together with high-end incoming groups since 1992. We specialise in Meetings, Conferences, Incentives, Corporate Events and Special Interest Groups to Scotland and London. The company, co-founded by Kate Galloway, has a full service office of multilingual account executives speaking German, Spanish, French and Italian. We have over 40 years combined Conference and Incentive Travel experience.

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In an ever competitive environment, our clients return to us time and again for our reactivity, creativity, flexibility to work within budget, attention to detail both in proposals, operations and an understanding of the needs of different cultures and nationalities. Our varied contacts allow privileged access and exclusive experiences. We are renowned for constantly updating our products, offering fresh new ideas, original or unusual, and thinking ‘outside the box’. All these give a competitive edge to our work.

Our staff are highly dedicated to our mission statement and are selected, personally briefed and trained by us to exacting standards. We deliver over and above clients expectations’.

 

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Recent programme highlights include:

  • Dinner in the hidden 18th century vaults beneath Edinburgh City
  • Private dining with the ‘Laird’ of a private Scottish castle
  • Tuiton on blending Scottish whisky and lunch at the distillery
  • Golf lessons with a professional on one of the best courses in the world
  • Travelling in style from off-road land-rovers, black taxi-cabs, vintage double decker bus, vintage rolls-royces and helicopters
  • 2 location incentive using the Balmoral Hotel in Edinburgh, travelling to the Highlands in the Royal Scotsman train and enjoying a night at Gleneagles Hotel before returning to Edinburgh

 

The Highland Fling – A Sample Itinerary

To give you some further ideas as to what we can offer take a look at our experiential Scottish trip we have called ‘The Highland Fling’ – taking your guests on an adventure of a lifetime from their office to the highlands of Scotland.

 

DAY 1

After transferring from Edinburgh airport, guests find themselves at a private castle in a beautiful and inspiring part of the Scottish highlands for team building and acclimatisation.

Following a light lunch guests take their pick from the activities on offer, which include golf and exclusive tours of the castle. Guests are then taken to a hotel in the highlands.

A relaxing dinner is served in a private room, freshly prepared from locally sourced ingredients while highland dancers provide the entertainment. Before retiring guests can enjoy a wee dram of Whisky guided by an expert.

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DAY 2

Guests get to grips with quad biking, fishing and clay pigeon shooting before travelling in Land Rover convoy to a mountain top for a scenic lunch.

Highland games provide robust challenges in the afternoon before guests discover one of Edinburgh’s finest Whisky distilleries. As the evening draws in guests head to a rustic restaurant for dinner and a lively ceilidh.

 

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DAY 3

The inspiring capital of Scotland is the destination today, beginning with a clan treasure hunt and an option to visit Edinburgh Castle.

A pub lunch provides a warm Scottish welcome before the group heads off on a cycling tour through Edinburgh’s medieval Old Town and the Royal Mile. For the stout-hearted there is a ghost tour in an underground vault before dinner.

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DAY 4

Having sampled the bustle of Edinburgh guests are free this morning to pursue their own interests before meeting for lunch in a modern restaurant with a friendly atmosphere. Guests will then transfer to the airport for their return flight home.

Making memories in the ancient landscapes of Scotland