Getting Here

By car

The Findhorn is accessible by road from Edinburgh or Glasgow in around 2.5 hours. Follow the M9 north to Perth and then the A9 trunk road to Tomatin. The lower Findhorn is best approached from the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road.
AA route planner
RAC route planner

By air

The Findhorn is closer to Inverness Airport but is easy reached from Aberdeen airport. Inverness Airport is situated to the east of the city and is close to the A96. There are many links to many UK airports. Aberdeen Airport is situated 7 miles north west of the city centre and offers easy access to the surrounding area. It is served by flights from throughout the UK, including daily flights to and from London, as well as international destinations such as Amsterdam, Dublin, Esbjerg, Paris and Stavanger. Many attractive low cost fares are available from airlines such as British Airways, Ryanair and EasyJet.

Highlands & Islands Airports Ltd - Inverness Airport
Flights to Aberdeen
Logan Air (operating as British Airways)
Eastern Airways Timetable (Inverness & Aberdeen)

By sea

Since its launch in May 2002 the direct year round ferry from Zeebrugge, Belgium to Rosyth, Scotland has proved extremely popular. Leave the continent in the evening, and wake up in Scotland the next day refreshed and ready to explore. From Rosyth, Aberdeen and Grampian Highlands is a short drive of just 2 hours following motorway to Perth and then the A9 trunk route onwards to Tomatin.

Superfast Ferries

Whin Pool, Daltra Beat on Glenferness. © Ian Neale

By train

The Upper Findhorn is close Inverness which has excellent links to the rest of the country. The nearest station for the lower river is Elgin which can be accessed from either Inverness or Aberdeen. Take the option of the overnight sleeper from London and arrive refreshed in the morning.