This wide-ranging Highland and Islands tour starts by heading west through the beautiful scenery of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park to Kilmartin Glen. Here you'll be able to explore Scotland's ancient past. With over 5,000 years of history laid out before you, you'll be able to walk in the footsteps of the first Scots at Dunadd Hill Fort and the Temple Wood Stone Circle.
overnight stay at Oban
Day two takes you through the haunting landscape of Glen Coe (scene of the terrible massacre of the MacDonald Clan), past Ben Nevis (Britain's tallest peak) and on, over the sea, to the magical Isle of Skye.
two-night stay at Kyleakin
You'll have the whole of the third day to explore Skye's beautiful landscape. Here the mountains and beaches beckon, so lose yourself amongst the spectacular scenery of the Cuillin mountains, the slanting hills of Quaraung and the incredible Trotternish peninsula.
Once you leave Skye the first stop is a visit to idyllic Eilean Donan Castle. You then drive past the spectacular Torridon mountains and through the stunning scenery of Glen Affric. Here you can stroll up to a beautiful waterfall, surrounded by ancient Caledonian forest. Then it's on to your bed, near the fabled shores of Loch Ness.
overnight stay at Drumnadrochit
On day five you head north via Inverness and the spectacular coastal scenery of the Moray and Cromarty Firths. Then you board the ferry for the memorable trip to the mysterious and magical Orkney Isles. Once you arrive you can take in the stunning scenery and start exploring. You'll visit the beautiful Italian Chapel, which was built by Italian prisoners of war. You'll also see the famous Churchill Barriers - causeways that were constructed to protect the British naval fleet from submarines.
Overnight Stay in Kirkwall
From your base in Kirkwall, which boasts many craft and gift shops to enjoy, you'll spend the whole of day six exploring the islands. This is a land full of ancient history and you'll be able to take in prehistoric marvels such as the Maeshowe chambered cairn, the world-famous Neolithic village of Skara Brae and the brooding stone circles of Stenness and the Ring o'Brodgar. The day will finish with a visit to beautiful St Magnus Cathedral.
The last day starts with an early ferry ride back to the mainland. Then you'll get the chance to take in Inverness, the capital of the Highlands. As we head home, you'll be able to visit the battlefield of Culloden, the site of the defeat of the Jacobite forces. You'll also pass the stunning Cairngorm mountains and explore the picturesque town of Pitlochry.
Please note, optional extras
Jacobite cruise £13.50
Jacobite cruise and Urquhart Castle £20.00
Culloden Visitors Centre £7.00
Eilean Donan Castle £6.50
Maes Howe £6.50
Skara Brae and Skaill House £7.10
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