A dolphin festival will return in April following a successful launch event last year.
It will embrace everything from a spectacular light show in Aberdeen to a collection of letters and messages about the sea.
Scottish tourism businesses have been forging new links with one of the world's biggest economies - China.
The Highlands and Islands have been identified as the joint top staycation hotspot in the country.
Senior politicians have had to step in to resurrect a tourism project designed to save the last ferry operating between two points on the east coast of the Scottish mainland.
Dozens of events have been added to a year-long celebration of the sea which will take place throughout Scotland next year.
The chairman of Visit Scotland visited Moray yesterday to back the "real ambition" to establish a Tourism Business Improvement District (TBid) for the area.
Aberdeenshire will toast every brand of music with a new competition launched to find the "sound of the north east."
VisitScotland aiming to attract more visitors through collaboration with National Geographic to showcase coasts and waters
The most stunning coastal waters and landscapes in Scotland - particularly across the north and north-east - are being showcased by the world-famous National Geographic.
Scotland’s national tourism body will use attractions in Moray and Aberdeen to spearhead a new £2 million worldwide marketing drive.
The trophy which will be lifted by the continent’s top footballing nation will be showcased in the north-east tomorrow.
Backers of an ambitious travel scheme aiming to boost island tourism hope it will be set up next year.
When the much-anticipated Solheim Cup tees off next month it promises to be an event to remember not just for the 24 female competitors, but for golf fans and all those new to the game.
The north of Scotland is recognised for its high-quality attractions which bring visitors in from across the world.
A former prison has been officially named five-star visitor attraction.
They are two of the most striking new buildings in Scotland.
An Orkney gin company which opened its premises to visitors only a year ago has already achieved its Five Star Quality Assurance award from VisitScotland.
Pushchairs, storytelling and baby change areas are not often things you would associate with a world-class golf tournament but they are very much part of The Solheim Cup, billed to be the “most family-friendly golf event in history”.
A Highland bed and breakfast has been recognised for its high quality service by Scottish tourism company VisitScotland.
Building on the momentum of the Women’s World Cup, another major all-female sporting event is about to kick off – and that’s the golf equivalent, The Solheim Cup.
Scotland’s tourist agencies have admitted they are beginning to feel the strain as thousands of Outlander aficionados flock to the north.
VisitScotland has sponsored an iconic statue for Inverness as part of the Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail.
A new initiative has been launched to protect and preserve Scotland’s historic attractions for generations to come.
Interest in visiting Orkney was “unsurpassed” by any other destination at national tourism exhibition in Glasgow, say local tourism chiefs.
A boat hotel, prison museum and gin school are among a huge line-up of north and north-east tourism operators heading to Glasgow next week for the industry’s biggest annual expo.
Locations from the television adaptation of the Outlander book series have seen an increase in visitor numbers thanks to the show’s success.
The author of the hugely popular Outlander series is to be honoured for "extraordinary" boost her work has had on tourism in Scotland.
Fraserburgh will soon be put in the spotlight of a digital campaign to attract more tourists to the area after receiving funds from VisitScotland matched by a variety of local businesses.
Red-faced tourism bosses had to delete a photograph posted online to promote Glencoe – because it featured the former home of shamed celebrity Jimmy Savile.
Young travellers heading to Scotland to showcase its stunning surroundings with selfies are contributing to an £820million tourism boom.
The Flow Country of Caithness and Sutherland could be set to join the Taj Mahal in India, the Grand Canyon in the USA and the Great Barrier Reef in Australia as a World Heritage Site.
A Moray distillery and visitor centre has been given a five-star rating from VisitScotland.