Dagmar Gross

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I live in Forres, Moray, and have lived in this area since 2009, continuously gathering more information of varying kinds over this time as well as carrying out guide work both before and after my Tourist Guide qualification.
I am very interested in and knowledgeable about Scotland's history and that of the Northern Highlands and Moray regions, including local historic figures like MacBeth and Alexander Stewart, the Wolf of Badenoch.
I am also a keen gardener and very knowledgeable about plants and their medicinal properties, learning more all the time.
My other main interest lies in the native wildlife, both terrestrial and marine.
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Services

  • Coach Tour
  • Extended Tour
  • Hospitality desk
  • Interpreting
  • Itinerary Planning
  • Meet and Greet
  • Shore Excursion

Additional Information

  • Guide Type: Green Badge
  • Months Available: All year round
  • Type of car: No business vehicle
  • Year Qualified: 2016
  • Tour starting points

    • Aviemore
    • Castle Stuart
    • Dornoch
    • Drumnadrochit
    • Dunvegan
    • Elgin
    • Fort William
    • Glencoe
    • Invergordon
    • Inverness
    • John O'Groats
    • Kyle of Lochalsh
    • Mallaig
    • Oban
    • Portree
    • Thurso
    • Tobermory
    • Ullapool
    • Wick
  • Qualifications

    The STGA Regional Green Badge for the North Highlands and Moray, in the English language, as well as in German and Spanish;
    An SVQ3 in Horticulture, obtained at Moray College, Elgin;
    
    I am fluent in English, German, and Spanish.
  • Tours

    Coach tours;
    Private tours as an accompanying guide in a vehicle with driver for groups of any size; 
    N.B.: I am not a qualified driver-guide.
    
    All tours would be within the North Highlands and Moray regions.

Clients' Testimonials

  • The Scottish Government is delighted to endorse the work of the Scottish Tourist Guides Association in recognition of their worldwide reputation and quality work and training. I commend the passion and knowledge they bring to guiding and congratulate them on continuing to set the standard in this area.

  • VisitScotland is delighted to recognise the Scottish Tourist Guides Association as the professional membership body for fully trained and accredited tourist guides in Scotland. STGA accredited guides are passionate ambassadors for Scotland and in providing our visitors with information and inspiration, help deliver a memorable experience for them.

  • VisitScotland is delighted to recognise the Scottish Tourist Guides Association as the professional membership body for fully trained and accredited tourist guides in Scotland. STGA accredited guides are passionate ambassadors for Scotland and in providing our visitors with information and inspiration, help deliver a memorable experience for them.

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    Minister for Business, Energy, and Tourism

    Scottish Government

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    Aberdeen City Council

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    Incentive Department

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