Here we give a list of our guides who speak GERMAN.
- To e-mail a single guide, click on their e-mail address in their listing, below; or
- To e-mail your request to all German-speaking guides simultaneously, please use the form below.
An entry in bold capitals (GERMAN) – indicates this is the guide’s mother tongue; bold lower case, thus: German – indicates the guide is fluent/proficient; and an entry, thus: German – indicates the guide has a lower standard of proficiency.
Hier ist eine Liste von allen Reiseleitern, die deutsch können
- Möchten Sie eine E-Mail an einen individuellen Reiseleiter schicken, klicken Sie bitte auf die entsprechende E-Mail-Adresse rechts unten.
- Möchten Sie alle deutschsprachigen Reiseleiter gleichzeitig erreichen, bitte ‘Send enquiry’ oben anklicken.
Day and extended tours, available all year. Interests: Folklore and music; Scottish History
Having been born and brought up in the Highlands and Islands I have a deep and genuine interest in the history, culture and landscape of my homeland. After a lifetime spent teaching and being in administration in a large secondary school in the Highlands I look forward to sharing my country with visitors. A real Mackay, I am proud to wear my kilt!
1 day / extended / year-round / driver-guiding
A native Scot from the south west Highlands, I now live in Morayshire. I have worked for the Scottish Health Service and travelled frequently and extensively throughout the Highlands for the past 20 years often orienting new employees to the region. I learned German over a period of 7 years as a soldier in the British army in Germany between 1965 and 1972. I am proud of our Highland heritage and culture and knowledgeable about its current social and economic situations.
I am an avid skier, a keen golfer and enjoy most outdoor activities. My interests include postage stamp collecting, historic buildings, my 5 grandchildren and classical music.
STGA Regional Green Badge for the Northern Highlands,
½ day / 1 day / Extended coach All year round
I live in Forres, Moray, and have lived in this area for about six years now, gathering much information of varying kinds over this time.
I am very interested in and knowledgeable about Scotland’s history and that of the Northern Highlands and Moray regions, including local historic figures like MacBeth and Alexander Stewart, the Wolf of Badenoch.
I am also a keen gardener and very knowledgeable about plants and their medicinal properties, learning more all the time.
My other interest lies in the native wildlife, both terrestrial and marine.
½ day / 1 day / extended
I was born in Germany and studied Spanish and French (translating/interpreting) at University. After spending one year at the Université de Nice in France I moved to Spain where I worked for 6 years in tourism and language teaching. The Highlands have been my home for more than 25 years now and all the time I have been involved in teaching languages especially English for Speakers of other languages. History and culture are closely related to the language and so it is a privilege to share Highland heritage with visitors from many different nations. How could one possibly resist the charm of the Highlands with the breath-taking landscapes, the mountains and glens, the rivers and lochs and the quaint little villages? Come and experience the rich history and modern day life. Hope to see you soon in the Highlands of Scotland! Bis bald in den Highlands! ¡Hasta pronto! A bientôt!
½ day / 1 day / weekends all year + school holidays
Specialities: Highland and Scottish history & culture
I was born and brought up in the Highlands. I graduated with an honours degree in French and German from the University of Glasgow. During this time, I spent a year teaching English as a Foreign Language Assistant in Paris and a term at the University of Bamberg in Bavaria. Since 1995, I have been Principal Teacher of Languages in the Department of a large secondary school in the Highlands.
½ day / 1 day / school holidays only
Day and extended; driver guiding, wildlife, walking
Specialities: Mountain and walking guide with MLTB Certificate, PCV licence holder
Brought up in Scone, Scotland’s ancient capital, I now work out of its Highland Capital, Inverness, in summer. In winter I fly south with the ospreys and tour guide in Africa.
As a qualified mountain leader I specialise in guiding in the mountains, glens and along the coastline of the north west of Scotland. Walks vary from strenuous to gentle strolls; it is important to enjoy the countryside at your own pace.
I also driver/guide. With experience in adult education (albeit as a ceramicist!) I love to share the history, geography, fables and anecdotes of our rich heritage with our guests in Scotland.
Half day/Day/up to 3 days – late July to late August
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You can expect to receive a reply shortly from one or more of our members. If within 48 hours you have not heard from any of our members it is probably because all are already committed for the date(s) you requested. This can happen especially when there is a large passenger cruise ship calling at one of the ports in our area.