We want to ensure you make the most of your Kilted Haggis walking tours. Here are some of the frequently asked questions, and answers about our walking tour. If you have another question, we’d be happy to help. Contact us at email@example.com
Yes, our tours will still run on public holidays, and despite inclement weather. Your safety is of course paramount, so cancellation may take place if there are weather warnings in place.
It varies but we are keen to ensure that the groups are not too large, and the general guide would be a maximum of 25. We always have multiple guides available to ensure that everyone is comfortably accommodated.
Due to organisational reasons, it is not possible to join any tour halfway. We ask your cooperation to make it to the start point on time and we will be more than happy to welcome you! It’s a group tour with other guests, so joining halfway would inconvenience the whole group. We appreciate your understanding on this matter.
There are certainly no dress code requirements. Our best advice would be to wear something comfortable. The walking tour takes place on city pavements so you don’t need specialist footwear. We’d recommend bringing a waterproof and/or umbrella, and warm clothing during the winter months.
Please be at the meeting point of the tour 10 to 15 minutes before its starting time. This way we will be able to organise the group and to make sure the tour runs on time. Your help with this would be much appreciated.
Yes. We can arrange private tours for those looking for a more personal experience. Minimum booking would be for 4 people. Please contact us directly for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
We can arrange a refund if you give us more than 24 hours notice. Less than 24 hours notice, we can organise an alternative booking. If you simply don’t turn up, there will be no refund or rescheduling option made available.
Our tours are family friendly and we have a quiz sheet to entertain children from Age 3 upwards. We would expect parents to make a judgement on whether their child can comfortably walk for 2 hours. As the walk is through the city centre we are always on pavements so it is accessible for prams.