Our tour begins in our beautiful capital city, Edinburgh, before travelling to Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow, to meet the rest of our group. Along
We’ll stop in the quaint town of Dunkeld for a chance to see the Norman and gothic style cathedral, the place is steeped in history but visitors will be struck by the beauty of its setting too.
We continue further north through the Cairngorm National Park towards Culloden battlefield. Here you have the chance to explore the Culloden visitor centre* and learn more about the final confrontation of the 1745 Jacobite Rising.
Next stop is the highlight of day one: Loch Ness! From a Jacobite boat cruise* you’ll get fantastic views of Urquhart Castle and you may even spot Nessie, have your camera at the ready! If you prefer you can monster spot from the shore.
Overnight: Fort Augustus, which offers more fantastic views of Loch Ness.
We'll begin day two with a stop close to the loch at the little village of Invermoriston, where you can take in the views and see Thomas Telford’s ruined bridge, built in 1813, which crosses the spectacular River Moriston falls.
As our route nears the coast, it passes Eilean Donan Castle*. Here you have the chance to take photographs and explore the castle which you may recognise from the film Highlander. Then it's time to cross the bridge to Skye.
Our stop at Sligachan will welcome you to Skye with some unforgettable views of the Black Cuillin Mountains.
You’ll then head further north into Skye for a leisurely lunch at the colourful harbour town of Portree. Surrounded by high ground and cliffs; this is a perfect place for photographs.
Another highlight of your day on Skye will be Uig Bay on
Overnight: Kyleakin, a pretty village you’ll have time to explore in the evening.
Your third day starts with a visit to Fort William, the largest town in the Highlands which marks the end of the famous West Highland Way, Scotland’s most popular long-distance walk. Its landscape is dominated by Ben Nevis, the UK’s tallest mountain.
You’ll also get the opportunity to visit a Whisky Distillery* and learn how we make the
Then it’ll be time to head towards Glen Coe. On
Our stop by Loch Tulla offers another beautiful Scottish loch for you to enjoy. Our final stop will be at Luss by Loch Lomond so you can soak
Please note, optional extras
Jacobite Cruise £13.50
Jacobite Cruise and Urquhart Castle £20.00
Culloden Visitor Centre £7.00
Eilean Donan Castle £6.50
Please note some dates may operate on reverse.