Tour Departs: This itinerary is customized for a Glasgow or Edinburgh pick up and drop off.

Cost: £GBP

Tour Includes: Day 1: Loch Lomond, Glencoe and Fort William. Day 2: Isle of Skye. Day 3: Eilean Donan Castle, Loch Ness and Inverness. Day 4: Aviemore, Perthshire and Stirling.


Day 1.

After leaving Glasgow or Edinburgh, we journey along stunning Loch Lomondside and take in the
panoramic views of Scotland`s most beautiful loch. We stop for a coffee break at the famous Drovers Inn before travelling across the wild Rannoch Moor and through the pass of Glencoe, scene of the bloody massacre of the Clan Macdonald in 1692.

Day 2.

After an overnight stay in Fort William in the shadow of Ben
Nevis, we take “The Road to the Isles” passing the lock system known as “Neptunes Staircase”. We stop for a photograph opportunity at The Glenfinnan Monument, erected in 1815 in memory of the clansmen who supported the Young Pretender, Bonnie Prince Charlie. Here we can also see the Glenfinnan viaduct, made famous in the Harry Potter films.

Driving towards Mallaig, we pass through, undeniably, the most beautiful scenery in Scotland.
From the busy fishing port of Mallaig, we take a short ferry crossing to the Isle of Skye. Arriving at Armadale, we take time to visit the impressive
Clan Donald castle, gardens and museum, before making for the town of Portree where we have dinner and spend the night.

Day 3.

After a hearty Scottish breakfast, we cross the Skye bridge to Kyle of Lochalsh and then on to Eilean Donan Castle, location of the movie “Highlander”. Here we stop for a visit and photo-shoot.

Travelling onwards through Glen Sheil towards the Great Glen and the banks of Loch Ness, we
stop at Urquhart Castle and again at Drumnadrochit where we take a cruise on Loch Ness after lunch. The Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition Experience offers you the chance to discover all the known facts about the mysterious monster, “Nessie”.
Before arriving at our accommodation in Inverness we enjoy a relaxing break at Tomnahurich to watch the lock system in operation and learn more about the Caledonian Canal from the Lock keeper.

Day 4.

Leaving Inverness behind we journey to Aviemore where we experience the beautiful Speyside
countryside. Chat to the driver and fireman at the Strathspey Steam Railway to discover the mechanics of a steam locomotive and view the Cairngorm Mountains, famous for its winter sports.

Heading south, we continue our journey through Cairngorms National Park to visit and tour the Highland distillery at Dalwhinnie. Here we can sample the gentle spirit of the Glen and learn about the “Angels Share”, created during the maturing process.

Climbing over the Pass of Drumochter and on through the Pass of Killicrankie, we head into Perthshire to visit either Blair Castle home to the Atholl Highlanders, Europes last remaining private army or Stirling Castle which can be seen from miles around and offers an intriguing insight into Scotland’s turbulent history through the Wars of Independence and
into the Renaissance.


Meet up location: I will meet and greet you at any location of your choice within Glasgow or Edinburgh.

End location: At the end of the tour I will return you to a location of your choice within Glasgow or Edinburgh.

Duration: 8 hours per day.

What’s Included: Tour includes vehicle, guiding services and drivers accommodation and expenses. Tour can be costed with or without clients accommodation.

What’s Extra: Entry fees to visitor attractions, ferry fares, food and refreshments.

Tour Type: Cultural, historical and sight seeing.

Transportation Method: 8 passenger Vauxhall Vivaro minibus.

Activity Level: Light.

Kid Friendly: Yes.

Language: English (fluent).

Maximum travellers: 8

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