We are a committed team with a passion for excellent customer service and a dedication to providing the best possible tour experience.
Founder & Tour Guide
Gordon founded WOW Scotland in 2010 and hasn’t looked back since. He is passionate about showcasing his homeland, and is continually striving to create the best possible experiences for every guest.
Getting out and exploring the Scottish Highlands with his two boys, preferably on back country skis!
Knowing obscure fun facts
“Gordon can swiftly whisk you away to the best cake shop within a 100 mile radius, for Gordon knows at least as many cake shops as there are lochs in Scotland!”
Kay spends most of her time in the office, ensuring that your experience is truly WOW from the moment you land on our website. As the co-owner Kay knows the business inside out so it is a breeze for her to organise your tour and swiftly respond to all of your queries.
Kay loves nothing more than getting out and enjoying the wonderful scenery and fresh air of the Scottish Highlands, either by trail running, cycling or hillwalking.
Appears as if from thin air whenever there is a problem!
“Once again Gordon, Kay and company hit one out of the park!”
Prior to being a tour guide, Rob ran successful food and tourism businesses in Edinburgh and Perthshire. He has now been in the Highlands for 16 years, where he loves to indulge in his joint passions of golf and hiking.
Golf, his grandkids and travelling the world.
Problem solver and all round Mr Nice guy
“From the moment we left Inverness, Robert made this trip so worthwhile. Between our ninja stops, longer hikes and sightseeing adventures, and our lovely guide’s tremendous narrating, there was never a dull moment”
With over 10 years of experience as a tour director and guide, Andrew prefers to consider himself as a storyteller, amateur historian and, above all, an ambassador for Scotland
American football (he was formerly a professional player himself!)
Story teller extraordinaire!
“We couldn’t have asked for a better tour guide than Andrew. His stories were engaging and it was wonderful hearing all his tales. He made Scotland even more magical than it already is (if that’s even possible!)”
After a number of years with VisitScotland and Napier University, working to develop tourism businesses in Scotland, Donald left his desk to barge his way around the canals and rivers of France. However, his passion for Scotland, the people, its scenery, its culture, and its history, soon brought him back to start guiding in the Highlands.
Rugby, travelling and perpetually painting his house.