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5 Day Highlands, Skye, Culloden & Jacobite
Cuillin Mountains, Skye
Jacobite Steam Train
Inveraray Castle
Eilean Donan Castle
Highland Cattle
Armadale Castle, Isle of Skye
Tranquil loch
Isle of Skye
Tour route
5 Day Highlands, Skye, Culloden & Jacobite | Detail

Day 1 is a fabulous introduction to the Scottish landscape, exploring Scotland’s first National Park and the ‘bonnie banks’ of Loch Lomond. Later we visit the loch-side village of Inveraray with a visit to its famous Castle, home of the Duke and Duchess of Argyll, and then tour through beautiful Glencoe steeped in history with dramatic scenery. Overnight Glencoe.
Day 2 takes us aboard the Jacobite steam train, now famous as the Harry Potter Hogwarts Express, which forms part of the West Highland Railway intended to help open up this remote part of the Scottish coast.  The train journey provides wonderful views across the Sound of Arisaig to the Small Isles of Eigg and Rhum. After lunch in the fishing port of Mallaig we take the ferry “Over the Sea to Skye”. Overnight Skye area.
Day 3 is a tour of the Isle of Skye, passing through Broadford and the Cuillin Mountains and on to the main settlement on the Island; Portree, with its colourful harbour front and interesting shops. Heading north we take in the Old Man of Storr and Kilt Rock Falls with plenty of other options a possibility. This will most definitely be a day to remember. Overnight Skye area.
Day 4 begins with a visit to iconic Eilean Donan Castle before travelling through Glen Shiel to the charming village of Fort Augustus on the shores of Loch Ness - keep a look out for Nessie! Later, we head for Culloden Battlefield site of 1745 which will provide a lasting image of heroic Bonnie Prince Charlie and his Jacobite Army. Overnight nr Inverness
Day 5 we spend some time in the Victorian town of Pitlochry on the banks of the river Tummel, made popular by Queen Victoria who visited the area in 1842. We tour south via Dunkeld with its ancient riverside Cathedral. After lunch, we head for the whisky distillery for an interesting tour and tasting of the “Uisge Beatha” before we return to Edinburgh via the famous Forth Rail Bridge. End in Edinburgh.

Price: £1425.00 per person
Spaces: 0
Start Date: Tue 22nd August 2017
End Date: Sat 26th August 2017
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What's Included
  • Your own tour co-ordinator
  • Quality accommodation whilst touring
  • Full Scottish breakfast each morning
  • All evening meals
  • Entry into all named attractions
  • A luxury touring vehicle
  • Your own driver/tour guide
  • Maximum of 8 people per vehicle