An opportunity to relax and take in some of the natural wonders of Edinburgh and East Lothian. We start at the Royal Botanic Gardens, a green haven in the midst of the City, famed for its collections of plants and trees from around the world, and an opportunity to find out more about nature conservation. Then we head out of the City into East Lothian to see the countryside and views that inspired the conservation pioneer John Muir (and renowned as the father of America’s national parks). First stop is the secluded Aberlady Bay for bird watching and then a short scenic drive along the coast takes you to the Scottish Seabird Centre. This 5 Star visitor attraction invites us to experience nesting seabirds and marine mammals of the Firth of Forth without disturbing their natural habitat.