This spectacular archipelago of over 70 islands is renowned for its white sandy beaches and turquoise waters as well as its ancient history, unique culture, and native wildlife, Orkney has an identity of its own. The islands were first settled over 8,000 years ago by Mesolithic and Neolithic tribes before being occupied by the Picts and then Norseman after a Viking invasion, however, glampers will be able to visit the impeccably preserved “Heart of Neolithic Orkney”, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that includes the Ring of Brogdar, the Stones of Stennes, the Maeshowe Chambered Cairn, and the world-famous site of Skara Brae, a Neolithic settlement believed to be older than the Pyramids of Giza. Kirkwall on the Mainland boasts exquisite seafood, a bustling fishing port, a Viking cathedral, and Highland Park’s distillery while offering one of the UK’s best spots to catch the Northern Lights. Glamping in Orkney is perfect for dreamers and explorers yearning for adventure.