Paula Loughery


Hello! My name is Paula Loughery and I live on the stunning Clyde Coast on the West of Scotland. Recently qualified in Tourist Guiding of the North Highland with the Scottish Tourist Guides Association and the University of Highlands and Islands in 2021, I am now continuing my academic studies by working toward a BA (Hons) in Scottish Culture and Heritage. Using these modules to immerse myself into the fascinating historical, archaelogical and mythological landscape, my lifelong passion and knowledge of Scotland's heritage has grown and developed. I love to explore and discover the stories and legends of Scotland and, fittingly in Scotland's Year of Storytelling, would love to share some of the characters which bring the beautiful scenery and distinct momuments of Scotland to life. 

Only an hour from the city of Glasgow, with access, and views, to the Isles of Arran, Cumbrae's, Bute and the Cowal Peninsula, my lifelong home is the perfect place to inspire adventure, offering the perfect gateway to Argyll, the gateway to the Western Highlands. With family links to the Northern Island of Orkney, my travels through Stirling, Perthshire, Inverness and Caithness prompted my desire to study the North Highlands to discover the secrets held within its mystical and beautiful landscape. 

Primarily touring from the nearby Cruise Port of Greenock, I enjoy guiding both domestic and international guests, with a focus on local insight and personal stories. I love to meet, greet and engage with a variety of groups, and being a mum of two, can help to create bespoke tours or itinararies to stimulate and entertain all generations of the family to make great memories on your visit.

 


    Contact Numbers

  • 01475 528875
  • 07859 065 450

    Availability

  • Half Day
  • Full Day
  • All Year Round

Tour Types

  • Shore Excursions
  • Day Coach Tours
  • Extended Coach
  • Walking & Hiking

Starting Points

  • Glasgow
  • Inverness
  • Oban

Tour Interests

  • Archaeology & Pre-History
  • Castles & Clans
  • Distilleries & Whisky
  • Folklore & Music
  • Hill Walking & Hiking
  • Outlander
  • Scottish History
  • Wildlife Fauna & Flora

Languages

  • English

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