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What's Included

  • Your own tour co-ordinator
  • 3 star handpicked accommodation
  • All rooms en-suite
  • 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

£5460 per person (based on 2 sharing)

Spaces: 0
Start Date: 1st September 2023
Duration: 9 nights

10 Day Highlands & Islands with Pitlochry Highland Games

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Day 1

Loch Lomond, Inveraray & Glencoe

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 

Day 2

Road to the Isles

Day 2 This morning we tour through Fort William before travelling 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”. Overnight Skye area. 

Day 3

Isle of Skye

Day 3 is a tour of the Isle of Skye, passing through Broadford and on to 
the main settlement on the Island; Portree, with its colourful harbour 
front and interesting shops. Heading west we visit the Old Man of Storr, 
and Kilt Rock Falls with other options a possibility. This will most 
definitely be a day to remember. Overnight Skye area

Day 4

Isle of Harris

Day 4 we travel by ferry from Skye to the Outer Hebrides and spend the 
afternoon exploring the dramatic beauty of the Isle of Harris. This is a 
beautifully rugged island and highlights including the Golden Road, St. 
Clements Church, a weaving demonstration and Harris Tweed 
Exhibition. We end the day with a walk on stunning Luskentyre beach.
Overnight Harris.

Day 5

Isle of Lewis

Day 5 we explore the rich history of Lewis which has been inhabited by 
man for around 5000 years or more. We visit the ancient Calanais 
Standing Stones - erected in the late Neolithic era and a focus for ritual 
activity during the Bronze Age, Dun Carloway Broch, and a traditional 
blackhouse village we will discover the ancient way of life. Overnight 

Day 6

Stornoway & Wester Ross

Day 6 allows for a free morning to explore the town of Stornoway at your 
leisure before we board the ferry and head back to the mainland past the 
Summer Isles and venture through Wester Ross. This is a very old 
landscape, and the area is well known for its spectacular mountain 
scenery, especially the Torridon Hills. Overnight nr Inverness.

Day 7

Loch Ness & Whisky

Day 7 we head into the "Capital of the Highlands"; Inverness to enjoy
some free-time exploring the city before we travel south along the banks 
of Loch Ness with fabulous scenery and picturesque villages along the 
way stopping at Fort Augustus before spending the afternoon at the 
distillery for some much-needed whisky. Overnight nr Inverness. 

Day 8

Culloden & Cairngorms National Park

Day 8 we travel to Culloden Battlefield to learn about the last battle to 
be fought on British soil before making our way into the beautiful 
Cairngorms National Park to visit the oldest pack-horse bridge in the 
highlands at Carrbridge and explore the Rothiemurchus Estate with fine 
views to the Cairngorm Mountains. Overnight Pitlochry.

Day 9

Pitlochry Highland Games

Day 9 allows you to relax in highland Perthshire and enjoy a stroll through 
the Victorian high street of Pitlochry to experience the array of 
interesting shops and cafes. Soak up the Scottish culture and heritage of
Pitlochry Highland Games which has a unique and friendly atmosphere at 
this stunning Highland location. Overnight Pitlochry.

Day 10

Dunkeld & Rosslyn Chapel

Day 10 we tour south via Dunkeld with its ancient riverside Cathedral 
then onto Edinburgh via the Forth Rail Bridge. Later we have 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 and the opportunity to do some 
last minute speciality shopping.

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