Dee Tour

We are DeeTour, a small company, led by Moira and Sarah, both passionate about the area and wanting to inspire others to visit, experience and enjoy it as much we do.
With so much to offer the visitor from castles to museums and whisky to coastlines and much more in between, we developed a new sightseeing product, the Northern Highlights aimed at the FIT market, and launched it in March 2020. Featuring 30+ handpicked attractions and experiences across various locations in the area, covering history, heritage, culture, experiences, food and drink and with a plan to add more exciting businesses over a coverage wider area in 2021, to give visitors even more choice.

A Northern HighLights Pass is a sightseeing card which gives visitors excellent discounted entry to some of the best selected attractions, museums and activities in various locations in North East Scotland including Barry mill and the House of Dun. Available as a digital download straight onto a smart phone or as a physical card and wallet.

The Pass is valid for 2 or 5 days and provides access to over 30 handpicked attractions and more, saving money on admission fees whilst visiting some of the best things to see and do in the area. Also included is a fun interactive map with local tips, hidden gems and information to help get the most out of the trip.

Insightful and inspiring a Northern Highlights Pass is a great way to save both time and money and is convenient and easy to use.

Key People
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Sarah Harker

Sarah setup DeeTour in 2011 with business partner Moira Gash. After finishing a contract for website build and social media marketing at Visit Royal Deeside, she then created with Moira the 2017/18 Royal Deeside PassporTour. Currently Sarah & Moira have designed & marketed the Northern Highlights Pass for the North East of Scotland. Sarah’s hands on role is with the business engagement and website marketing. Sarah is familiar with the Aberdeenshire hospitality and tourism industry as she qualified in Hospitality Management in 1989, and has continued to work in North East Scotland sharing her passion and marketing in the hospitality, retail and tourism industry.