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Our best day in Scotland – Feeding Red Deer & Loch Tay Cruise | Highland Safaris [Ad]





One of our favourite days in Scotland! Today we’re at Highland Safaris Aberfeldy to feed red deer and cruise on Loch Tay. Then we see some Highland Cows, how Scottish can we…⬇ More Below ✈

While this is sadly one of our last days in Scotland and Perthshire as a whole, it’s definitely one of the most random and fun days we’ve had! Highland Safaris in Aberfeldy is showing us an incredible time in this vlog, we hope you love it as much as we did/do. Feeding red deer, boat cruise on Loch Tay, meeting some horses and highland cows all in one video! Is it THE best day? OK that’s hard to pick in such an epic country but it sure was a stand out.

We start off with a boat cruise on Loch Tay with Loch Tay Safaris. Loch Tay is really a uniquely shaped loch and has the deepest spot in Perthshire right next to the tallest mountain – very cool to see.

Off to the main Highland Safaris Aberfeldy centre and we’re feeding red deer! Seeing the red deer so close and learning more about them was absolutely incredible. Highland Safaris has all sorts of other activities on site we wish we could have checked out, worth a look for sure.

Thinking the day was over at this point, but we checked into the Old Manse of Blair and were offered the chance to go up the road and see some highland cows – you’d have to be crazy to say no to that. Highland cows are the best, as Stace mentions, they look so emo with their fringes 🀣

🏰 Our incredible accom was The Old Manse of Blair, you can see the reviews and pricing here: or check out their site here:

🦌πŸ›₯ Highland Safaris Aberfeldy are the same company that run the Loch Tay Safari and the Red Deer experience as well, check them out here:

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24 comments

  1. Ahhh what an absolutely insanely good day!! 🏴󠁧󠁒󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Want to see more of our adventures in Scotland? Here's the full playlist of our time in this epic country β€” http://bit.ly/30ApLuo

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  2. This would be such a good place to come with kids

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  3. Don't worry about not pronouncing 'loch' correctly. English people can't pronounce it, either!

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  4. I spent a glorious few years, in the 90's, landscaping in Perthshire!
    God I miss that beautiful part of the world!

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  5. I've been to the highland safari as I live only half an hour away in perth. I went in the middle of September 2019. I also met colin when I was there. Realy nice guy. I fed deer and met the owl. A great day.

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  6. I'm from Fife in Scotland. Great video guys. Think I'll head out today for a scenic drive having watched this. πŸ™‚

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  7. You never call them COWS They are Highland CATTLE..

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  8. Great job guys!….Scotland & New Zealand are in my bucket list once the lockdown gets lifted….Loved the videos of both countries…watching Queenstown NZ clips again again during the lock down…Videos are addictive and a good distraction from office work.
    PS: Stacey you are so adorable and look really cute in the videos….Love from all the way from India πŸ™‚

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  9. Hope you enjoyed my homeland 🏴󠁧󠁒󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁒󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

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  10. Argh! So amazing!

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  11. ❀your videos, best on you tube, ignore all the bad comments, you two are a nice couple; animal lovers are the best, Good luck, stay happy…

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  12. It's so strange seeing you guys explore the area that we are from! It's been amazing watching, looks like you had a great time. We're feeling very lucky to live here 😁🏴󠁧󠁒󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

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  13. Scotland is beautiful place almost as beautiful as Stacy πŸ˜‰ this deer close up was soooo perfect Dan go't an eye :] have nice trip guys ! Take care and please come back to Poland once again :P.

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  14. Beautiful! Could you please tell me was this Sept, Oct or Nov?

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  15. Scotland is so beautiful! πŸ’•

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  16. I remember seeing highland cows in Queenstown in New Zealand

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  17. I am not surprised that you two have been invited to 'Haste Ye Back' to Scotland on many occasions. Your social sensitivity, awareness of culture,
    fine observation and humour, and love for each other and the country of Scotland is well appreciated. So 'Haste ye Back' again!

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  18. I love you Scottish videos!!

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  19. So glad you guys are enjoying scotland! Come back any time 🏴󠁧󠁒󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿😊

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  20. Wow. I just decided I HAVE to see red deer when I go to Scotland in 2 weeks. Thank you fellow kiwis πŸ₯πŸ˜»

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  21. Loved the bit when the deer came running up to be fed! I didn't know that their antlers fall off and regrow, so you are getting very educational on this channel :} I'm a great Land Rover fan – have owned several over the years, the oldest being a 1963 Series 2A which was noisy, slow and fabulous! And some geographical trivia: Loch Tay is the feeder for the River Tay, which is Scotland's longest river.

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  22. I loved how that first deer licked its lips in anticipation for the food 🍽 Looked super friendly too 😁It’s quite fascinating about their antlers aye! Imagine if our bodies went to all that effort for them to fall off every season πŸ˜‚

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  23. What a fabulous film – thank you!

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  24. Omg brilliant footage of your intro. That guide lured me in, held me captive. Simply brilliant.

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