PART OF THE DALRIADA GROUP which includes: MCLEANSCOTLAND (Scottish tours), Daley Irish Tours (tours for Ireland and Northern Ireland) and Dalriada Travel (tours combining UK and Ireland).
We are a company specialising in travel and vacations to Scotland and based in PERTH. As we live here in Scotland we have expert local knowledge to carefully plan itineraries ensuring you see exactly what you expecting and also some of our favourite 'nooks and crannies' that other companies pass on by. Whatever you want from Scotland; whisky and relaxation, golf and fishing, lochs and glens, Scottish Weddings and Blessings - ask us!
Paul McLean - the founder and co owner of the company, Paul started it all off back in 1995. he loves his country, its people, geography and history, he will talk to anyone for hours on these topics, great if you like them too! Paul lives currently in Perth, though originally from Connel near Oban.
Liz Gillespie - it's always good to see who you are working with, Liz is the better looking half of MCLEANSCOTLAND, she handles all finances and keeps all computer records and data. She also works on the tours and is THE BEST perfect hostess!
OUR GUIDES are all experts in their field (or city, town, or even river and hill!) We pride ourselves on the very best guides, both driver guides and non driver guides.
It will come as no surprise to find that mcleanscotland support the RNLI as we are an island nation with many miles of coastline. The crews do a fantastic job, they do not get government funding - they rely totally on donations. WE ARE PROUD TO SUPPORT THEM! Why not visit the website:
Oban lifeboat welcomes first female crew member. Story; January 16th,2014 Lucy HyamAfter a 42-year wait,Oban’s lifeboat has finally welcomed its first female crew member –Lucy Hyam,a student at the Scottish Association for Marine Science. Welcome aboard Lucy. Coxswain of Oban Lifeboat John Hill says: ‘We are delighted to welcome Lucy into the crew. She is already a valuable and dedicated member of the team". Lucy hyamLucy [left], who started volunteering with the RNLI at Cromer lifeboat station, is currently studying at the Scottish Association for Marine Sciences for a degree in Marine Science. She says: ‘The training that I gained through the RNLI’s own college means that the transition from one lifeboat to another has been very straightforward’. Oban is one of the busiest lifeboat stations in Scotland and covers a large sea area. It also has a high number of ‘medevacs’ – medical evacuations – from islands, usually Mull which is around half an hour These medevacs can bring surprises. Four babies have been born onboard Mora Edith Macdonald.
Tighabruaich Lifeboat Station launched its new inshore boat with an all female crew. Campeltown, Tobermory and Islay all have female crew members. It’s about teamwork. All RNLI crews are volunteers, accepting as routine that this involves being ready to put themselves in harm’s way to save those in danger on the sea, while in pursuit of business or leisure.
Shown left; Wick Lifeboat.