Travel & Life: Scottish Style
Off-Kilter definition (adjective & adverb):
Not in the usual, expected, or correct condition or state. Unconventional or eccentric.
Well, that pretty much sums us up…
Off-Kilter is that cheeky wee voice of reason, guiding you towards to epic experiences in Scotland. Expect local tips, travel inspiration, and shameless blethering. We don’t take ourselves too seriously, unless we’re talking about Scotland; our favourite subject. Our other interests involve awesome scenery, gory history, and Carpool Karaoke (on a bus).
We’re the online travel guide you’ve always wanted, and we have a Scottish accent.
What are ye waiting for? Get stuck in!
Meet the Off-Kilter Crew
Creative Content Writer & former Tour Guide at HAGGiS Adventures. Scottish Travel Blogger/Blether at The Chaotic Scot. Kay travels Scotland on public transport, and has visited 41 Scottish Islands. She loves to live up to stereotypes by dying her hair ginger, and regularly consuming haggis and whisky. A Scottish history geek and all-around chatterbox, she can literally talk for Scotland.
Marketing Manager at HAGGiS Adventures. At weekends Kirsty is often found camping by a loch, borrowing her dads camper van, putting on her wetsuit and trying a new open swimming spot or heading out on her gravel bike. She's also a massive fan of Scotland’s amazing food and drink scene so when she's not away for the weekend she'll be checking out a new brewery tap room or restaurant.
Photographer and full-time backpacker. If there is someone who lives and breathes the life of a backpacker to the max, it's 100% April. She has travelled the world with enthusiasm, spontaneity, and a thirst of adventure since her late teens. She loves the outdoors, mingling with the locals, and supports sustainable travel whenever she can.
'The Wild Child of Scottish Adventures'
Off-Kilter is created by HAGGiS Adventures, who offer award-winning tours to iconic destinations around Scotland. HAGGiS fully embrace their reputation as the wild child of Scottish adventures, and openly encourage you to get involved. View our tours.