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What to Pack for a Trip to Scotland

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Posted on: 19th July 2014, 8:43pm

I love travelling through Scotland. The people, food, historic sites, scotch - wow. If youre headed to Scotland for a Celtic vacation then its essential to make sure you pack well. There are a lot of varied activities to enjoy in Scotland, from touring ancient castles to enjoying a night on the town. Scotland is a geographically diverse region which brings with it unique packing challenges. As with any coastal country, the weather can change quickly which means its important to be prepared. The following list of items will help you make sure to enjoy your trip to Scotland without worrying about whether youve packed accordingly.


Whether youre in Scotland during the summer or winter, its always important to have a coat. The weather is often damp and humid which can make the air temperature feel a bit colder. In the summertime make sure to have a windbreaker and/or a jacket. In the spring, fall, and winter the temperatures can dip quite low. Winter weather gear is essential.

Rain Gear

If youre in Scotland, expect rain. It rains often and sometimes with ferocity. This doesnt seem to bother the people of this great country at all. In fact, they tend to be outdoorsy folks. While you can undoubtedly find rain gear to purchase on your trip, it makes financial sense to bring your own. Bring a rain jacket and boots. If you want to make sure to stay dry, consider rain pants and an umbrella as well.


Layers are the way to go in Scotland. You may find that during the day youre peeling off layers and down to a t-shirt by midday, and by the end of the evening youre wearing a sweater and a coat. Pack long pants as well, and if youre hiking then dont forget to pack appropriate clothing and shoes. For any traveling excursion, good walking shoes are a must. This is particularly true in Scotland where you may be hiking or walking through ancient ruins and castles.

The Extras

Be sure to pack a camera. Scotland is one of the most beautiful countries in the world and youll want to capture every moment. If youre bringing electronic devices that need to be plugged in, youll also want to pack an adaptor or buy one when you arrive. Youll need a three rectangular pin adapter. Dont forget toiletries and any medicines youll need when youre there. If youre camping then youll want to bring your camping supplies as well.

Enjoy your time in Scotland. Pack for wet weather and be prepared for anything. Preparation will ensure an enjoyable trip and memories of a lifetime. 

Courtney Thompson

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