Part two of the Corporate Incentives on Scottish Waters series sees Bill introduce the wilder side of Scotland’s lochs for incentive groups who are active, adrenaline-seeking and up for an adventure!
If any of you know me you’ll know that I absolutely love the outdoors and almost any kind of activity / sport you can do! I guess that’s one of the reasons why I love Scotland so much – its stunning countryside and the diverse range of activities you can do here is fantastic.
Not every incentive group will be looking for strenuous activities, but if you have adventurous ‘outdoor-sey’ participants in your incentive group, you should definitely consider some optional loch activities.
Here’s video of an incentive group who had an absolute blast on Loch Lomond:
Loch Lomond is only one of Scotland’s many Loch’s where you can do water sports, but it’s one of my all time favourites. Close to Glasgow and with a reasonable transfer to Edinburgh, its scenery is breathtaking and it’s waters calm – the ideal location for this type of activity really!
P.S. I’ve not been blogging as much as I’d like to over recent months – promise there’ll be some video blogs coming soon!
This 3 part Scottish Water feature is in honour of our Canal Challenge for global water charity Just A Drop.
Here’s more about the Canal Challenge…
Teams of 4 (2 cyclists & 2 canoeists) will take on the Forth & Clyde and Union Canals. The cyclists will ride 55 miles from Glasgow to Edinburgh and the Canoeists will join them for the final 15 miles from Linlithgow to Edinburgh.
The aim is to raise money for Just a Drop’s most essential water projects around the world. A child dies every 20 seconds from a water-borne disease and all it takes to provide a child with safe clean water for 10 years is £1.
You can help Hello Scotland support Just a Drop in saving lives by donating to our Canal Challenge fund. Simply text HSJD99 to 70070 to donate £5 or go online and donate at www.justgiving.com/The-Canal-Challenge.