Scotland

Welcome To Scotland

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Good Earth Expedition’s mission and passion are to lead and host tourists from around the world
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From its rugged coastline to its misty mountains, Scotland is a land of natural beauty and wonder. This magnificent country is also home to a rich culture and history, making it a popular tourist destination for people from all over the world. With its unique scenery and fascinating history, this country has something to offer everyone. So let's show you the magic of Scotland! Imagine yourself in the picturesque highlands of Scotland. The crisp, clean air and towering mountains are a perfect backdrop to any vacation. And when you're not out exploring nature, you can relax in the comfort of one of our luxurious cabins.

1. Scotland is home to the tallest waterfall in Britain, named Eas a’ Chual Aluinn. It is 658
feet, which is 3 times the height of Niagara Falls.
2. The official animal of Scotland is the Unicorn.
3. Scotland has approximately 790 islands.
4. Scotland is home to the oldest tree in Europe. It is a twisted yew, and it has been
around for 3,000 years.
5. Edinburgh was the first city in the world to have its own fire brigade.
6. There are over 600 square miles of freshwater lakes.
7. The highest proportion of redheads are in Scotland.
8. St. Andrew’s Links is known as the “home of golf.”
9. Even though Edinburgh is the capital, it is not the largest city; Glasgow is the largest.
10. The raincoat was invented in Scotland by a man named Charles Macintosh, who was
born in Glasgow.
1. Scotland is home to the tallest waterfall in Britain, named Eas a’ Chual Aluinn. It is 658
feet, which is 3 times the height of Niagara Falls.
2. The official animal of Scotland is the Unicorn.
3. Scotland has approximately 790 islands.
4. Scotland is home to the oldest tree in Europe. It is a twisted yew, and it has been
around for 3,000 years.
5. Edinburgh was the first city in the world to have its own fire brigade.
6. There are over 600 square miles of freshwater lakes.
7. The highest proportion of redheads are in Scotland.
8. St. Andrew’s Links is known as the “home of golf.”
9. Even though Edinburgh is the capital, it is not the largest city; Glasgow is the largest.
10. The raincoat was invented in Scotland by a man named Charles Macintosh, who was
born in Glasgow.
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