Take a look at Prithviraj and Supriya's vacation spot: Garve, Scotland

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Actor Prithviraj and his wife Supriya are avid travel lovers and are often seen exploring new places whenever they get time. Besides, they share pictures and videos from their trips with their fans.

Black Water Falls in Garve, Scotland UK. Photo: Shutterstock/Leighton Collins

Supriya shared the video of the pair enjoying a drive through the picturesque English hamlets as part of her birthday trip last month. Prithviraj could be heard saying that they have driven more than 650 miles (around thousand kilometres). Star’s wife posted the video with the note, “Driving holidays like this one…P&Me”. 

Meanwhile, their location has been marked as the Garve High lands in Scotland. Garve is a beautiful countryside on the banks of the Black Water River in Ross-Shire, part of the Highland council area of Scotland. This place is known for its incredible natural beauty. Surrounded by spectacular summits, Garve is known as the gate to Ross-Shire.

This Scottish village has quaint rock cottages with splendid garden patches. Wildlife spotting, hiking at the Munro Bagging hills, fishing, cycling, golf and driving around the village are some of the favourite activities of the tourists. Besides, one could also visit the Black Waterfalls, Corrieshalloch Gorge national nature reserve, Ben Wyvis National Nature Reserve and Ardessie Falls are some of the other tourist attractions here. 

The view from Little Wyvis near Garve in summer, Ross and Cromarty, Highlands of Scotland. Photo: Shutterstock/ PJ photography

Interestingly, Garve has cold weather throughout the year. The months of June, July and August are the best time to visit Garve. The tourism season experiences a lull during December due to the dipping temperatures in winter.

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