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8 Day Highlands & Skye Tour
Loch Shieldaig
Bealach Na Ba
Loch Lomond
Clan graves at Culloden
The view to the Small Isles
Hill sheep near Loch Carron
Tour route
8 Day Highlands & Skye Tour | Detail

Day 1 is a fabulous introduction to the Scottish landscape; exploring the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond, the fairy-tale castle of Inveraray and fabulous Glencoe, steeped in history with dramatic scenery.
Day 2 takes us west on the spectacular “Road to the Isles” providing wonderful views across the Sound of Arisaig to the Small Isles of Eigg and Rhum. Our journey takes us past Neptune’s Staircase on our way to take the ferry “Over the Sea to Skye”.
Day 3 is a tour of the Island of Skye, passing through Broadford and on to the Island capital, Portree. Heading north we take in the fabulous scenery and seascapes with Dunvegan Castle and other options a possibility.
Day 4 is a trip over the “Bealach Na Ba” to the remote Applecross Peninsula; a beautiful and tranquil place on the rugged coast of Wester Ross with stunning scenery. The area is well known for its spectacular mountain scenery, especially the Torridon Hills.
Day 5 we head south into the "Capital of the Highlands"; Inverness and on to Culloden Battlefield to learn about the last Jacobite rebels who fell here. Iconic Loch Ness is next up with fabulous scenery and picturesque villages along the way.
Day 6 explores the Cairngorms National Park with towering mountain ranges and large tracts of the original Caledonian Pine Forest. Heading south, we take in Carrbridge, Aviemore and Pitlochry with the opportunity to visit the Tomatin Distillery.
Day 7 explores Stirling with a visit to the National Wallace Monument commemorating Scotland's great hero William Wallace; the views from the top are stunning and are well worth the climb. Stirling Castle is the next stop for a full tour to take in the castle's long and turbulent history.
Day 8 takes us to Edinburgh via Culross and the Forth Rail Bridge. A leisurely visit to Rosslyn Chapel, made famous by Dan Brown's book The Da Vinci Code, will be enlightening before we enjoy a walk down the Royal Mile with its charming medieval architecture.

Price: £2120.00 per person
Spaces: 0
Start Date: Mon 3rd July 2017
End Date: Mon 10th July 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