Scottish Highland Tours

Highland Tour One

Cairngorm National Park – Urquhart Castle –  Fort Augustas – Glencoe

 FROM ONLY £64.00 PER PERSON
(£380 IN TOTAL FOR UP TO SIX PEOPLE)

(Based on six people sharing)

Once our driver has collected you from your accommodation…

We leave the hustle and bustle of Edinburgh and head north across the Queensferry Crossing and onwards up towards The Cairngorm National Park which is situated in the heart of the Highlands.   

We stop at Aviemore and drive up the Cairngorm Mountain for some fantastic views of the Scottish Highland landscape.

Our next destination is Urquhart Castle which is situated on the west bank of Loch Ness, who knows if you’re lucky you might catch a glimpse of Nessie.

Afterwards, we continue our journey to Fort Augustus a major fortress built after the Jacobite uprising of 1715.

Once we have taken the necessary photos and a wee cup o tea, we head for the beautiful Glencoe, not before driving through the Great Glen and past Ben Nevis (the highest mountain in the British Isles)

Once you have taken in the stunning vistas of Glencoe we return back to Edinburgh.

Coffee and lunch break times will depend on timings but rest assured where ever we stop for breaks, it will be in a beautiful setting.

Please note that some of these attractions may have an entry fee, this fee is not covered in the price of your tour.

Highland Tour Two

Pitlochry – Dalwhinnie Distillery – Glenfinnan Viaduct – Glencoe

FROM ONLY £67.00 PER PERSON
(£400 IN TOTAL FOR UP TO SIX PEOPLE)

(Based on six people sharing)

Once our driver has collected you from your accommodation…

We leave Edinburgh and head north across the Firth of Forth to the Kingdom Of Fife and northbound to the Highlands, our first destination is Pitlochry a beautiful town at the foot of the Highlands. The Pitlochry Dam and Fish Ladder are open between April to October, here you can witness salmon returning to spawn or simply take a walk.

After your walk around, I’m sure you will be ready for a wee dram? We leave Pitlochry and head for the highest Distillery in Scotland. Dalwhinnie Distillery being positioned where it is, they can claim to produce Highland and Speyside Whisky.

After your whisky tour, we head northwest to the Glenfinnan Viaduct, this is a railway viaduct on the West Highland Line which carries The Jacobite Steam Train made famous in the Harry Potter movies. Afterwards, we travel through the Great Glen, and onto Glencoe, Glencoe is Scotlands most scenic glen, it was recently voted as Scotlands most romantic glen.

We then travel back to Edinburgh and drop you back at your accommodation. 

Coffee and lunch break times will depend on timings but rest assured where ever we stop for breaks, it will be in a beautiful setting.

Please note that some of these attractions may have an entry fee, this fee is not covered in the price of your tour.

The Kelpies Tour

FROM ONLY £50.00 PER PERSON
(£300.00 IN TOTAL FOR UP TO SIX PEOPLE)
(Based on six people sharing in a tour)

Once our driver has collected you from your accommodation..

We drive north to the heart of Scotland, Robert the Bruce country, Stirling Castle and home to one of the most famous battles in the wars of Independence, The Bannockburn (1314) then over to The Wallace Monument, a tribute to one of Scotland’s most famous knights, Sir William Wallace.
Next we take a trip over to Doune Castle, where you can walk in the footsteps of kings both fictional and real. The former home of The Regent Albany “Scotland’s uncrowned king”. On the way back towards Edinburgh, we visit “The Kelpies”  a 30 meter high horse head sculpture.

Please note that some of these attractions may have an entry fee, this fee is not covered in the price of the tour.