Tours from Edinburgh

Edinburgh City Tours
  • Princes Street – Travel along this street and learn about the Scott Monument and the Princes Street Gardens.
  • Grassmarket – This area offers fantastic views of the castle, stories of ancient crimes, and many old-fashioned drinking spots.
  • The Old Town – Listen to the tales of ancient Edinburgh in the oldest part of the city.
  • The New Town – This part of the city has stunning architecture, and also the historic home to some of the country’s finest writers and inventors.
  • Dean Village – A hidden-away place that feels more like a cosy village than the capital city of Scotland.
  • Holyrood Palace – Venture past the beautiful palace situated at the bottom of Arthur’s Seat.
Rosslyn Chapel and the Scottish Borders
  • Scott’s View – Take in this splendid view of the Scottish borders, which was once Sir Walter Scott’s favourite.
  • William Wallace Statue – This 200 year old eccentric statue of William Wallace proudly watches over the landscape.
    Melrose Abbey – A beautiful and ruined Gothic abbey that may hold the embalmed heart of Robert the Bruce.
  • Tweed Valley – Famous for its salmon fishing, the river Tweed is surrounded by soft rolling hills.
  • Rosslyn Chapel – A beautiful 15th century chapel, full of impressive architecture, stone carvings, and many mysterious tales.
A Taste of Scotland’s Craft Beer & Whisky
  • Kingsbarns Distillery – Established in 2014, this freshly converted barn is your chance to see a state-of-the-art distillery in action.
  • St Andrews – This town boasts the oldest university in Scotland, legendary coastal views, and enough local bars to keep the students very happy. 
  • Lindores Abbey Distillery – The first written records of Scotch Whisky were found here, so this distillery has become a Mecca for aficionados. 
  • Innis & Gunn Brewery – Take a taste of one of the beers here and you’ll understand why this is one of Scotland’s most successful brewers. 
The Beers, Whiskies & Gins of East Lothian
  • Belhaven Brewery – Scotland’s oldest working brewery uses fine local ingredients to create a delicious beer.
  • North Berwick – This seaside town has a charming beach and a wonderful array of boutique shops.
  • NB Distillery – A family-owned gin producer focused on creating the best tasting drinks possible.
  • Glenkinchie Distillery – Known as the ‘Edinburgh Malt’ this whisky distillery is located within a gorgeous glen. 
St Andrews and the Fishing Villages of Fife
  • Forth Bridges – An incredible engineering feat. A gorgeous setting. And a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • Anstruther – Be charmed by the cobbled lanes and quaint buildings of this traditional fishing village.
  • St Andrews Cathedral – This ruined cathedral was once one of Scotland’s most magnificent buildings.
  • St Andrews Old Town – Immerse yourself in 1,000 years of history as you explore the winding streets and ancient castle.
  • The Old Course – Golf was so popular in Scotland, it was banned in the 15th century. And nowhere was it more popular than in St Andrews, ‘the Home of Golf’.
  • Historic Village of Falkland – This quaint town in the Kingdom of Fife boasts a beautiful palace and a serene setting.

Malt Whiskey
  • Glengoyne Distillery – You couldn’t imagine a more idyllic distillery. It sits at the foot of a beautiful hill and houses wonderful copper stills.
  • Loch Lomond National Park – Admire the views and take postcard-perfect photos to share with your friends and family.
  • Deanston Distillery – This impressive distillery is the only one in Scotland that produces its own electricity.
Alnwick Castle, Berwick and the Borders
  • Kelso – A ruined abbey, a stunning, cobbled town square, and beautiful boutique shops.
  • The Borders – The gentle valleys and rolling hills are a delight to explore.
  • Alnwick Castle – This gorgeous castle was used as a set for both Harry Potter and Downton Abbey.
  • Northumberland Coastline – This captivating coastline is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
  • River Tweed – A graceful, salmon-filled river that winds through the borders.
Loch Lomond National Park, Kelpies and Stirling Castle
  • Stirling Castle – Choose to step inside and learn about the most important battles in Scottish history.
  • The Trossachs – This beautiful region has attracted travellers from around the world since the 19th century.
  • Rob Roy country – Visit the region where the ‘Scottish Robin Hood’ made his mark.
  • Loch Lomond – One of Scotland’s largest Lochs. Admire the views and take postcard-perfect photos to share with your friends and family.
  • The Kelpies – The largest pair of horse sculptures in the world are made from 300 tonnes of steel.
Highland Lochs, Glens and Whisky
  • Dunkeld – This village is surrounded by luscious forest, and boasts an incredible ruined cathedral.
  • The Hermitage – Venture through dense woodland and enjoy gushing views of a gorgeous waterfall.
  • Pitlochry – This town was one of Queen Victoria’s favourite holiday spots.
  • Queen’s View – Enjoy an iconic view said to have been a favourite of queens.
  • Loch Tay and Kenmore – Learn about the Bronze Age loch dwellers at shores of a beautiful loch.
  • Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery – Taste the ‘water of life’ and learn to love it like a true Scot.
West Highlands Lochs and Castles
  • Inveraray – Visit this 18th century town and discover an ancient jail and a gorgeous castle.
  • Doune Castle – One of the best preserved Medieval castles in Scotland. It also featured in ‘Monty Python’s Holy Grail’, ‘Outlander’, and ‘The Outlaw King’.
  • Loch Awe – The longest loch in Scotland has close connections to the MacArthur, Campbell, Stewart, and MacGregor clans.
  • Rest and Be Thankful pass – Let the beauty sink in at this stunning location that was a popular rest spot for soldiers.
  • Conservation village of Luss – This idyllic village on the shores of Loch Lomond will make you want to pack your bags and move in.
  • Loch Lomond National Park – Admire the views and take postcard-perfect photos to share with your friends and family.
Hadrian’s Wall, Roman Britain and the Scottish Borders
  • The Borders – The gentle valleys and rolling hills are a pleasure to explore.
  • Jedburgh – A beautiful market town that Mary Queen of Scots famously visited.
  • Steel Rigg – Go for a lovely walk alongside the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Hadrian’s Wall – The wildest and most northerly frontier of the ancient Roman Empire.



Outlander Adventure
  • Culross – This 16th century village poses as Cranesmuir in Outlander. It also starred in the movies: Captain America: First Avenger and The 39 Steps.
  • Doune Castle – In Outlander, it’s the fictional Castle Leoch. And in reality, it’s a stunning castle with a tall gate house, an impressive great hall, and lovely views of the River Teith.
  • Linlithgow Palace – This pretty palace is a favourite of ours because of its connection to Mary, Queen of Scots. It’s also known for one of the most intense scenes in the Outlander series…
  • Blackness Castle – The tough-looking castle looks like it could fend off an entire empire. And in Outlander, it impersonates Fort William.
  • Midhope Castle* – Jamie’s family home, Lallybroch, is as lovely as it looks in the show.
Loch Ness, Glencoe and Highlands
  • Rannoch Moor – Admire unforgettable views at this epic expanse of untouched wilderness.
  • Glencoe – Be moved by the sheer beauty and tragic tales of one of Scotland’s most famous landscapes.
  • Great Glen – A humongous fault line through the Scottish Highlands; it’s a location that’s as historically important as it is beautiful.
  • Fort Augustus – This wee town of 650 inhabitants is a great spot to watch boats traversing the Caledonian Canal.
  • Loch Ness – Take a chance to go on an optional boat cruise or wander around this alluring and eerie loch.
  • Grampian Mountains – Enjoy classic views of one of Scotland’s most mesmerising mountain ranges.
  • Highland Perthshire – Travel through pine-clad slopes and take in views of fast-flowing rivers. 
Loch Ness, Inverness & the Highlands 2 Day Tour
  • Pitlochry – This wonderful little village was one of Queen Victoria’s favourite holiday spots.
  • Caledonian Pine Forest walk – Walk over mossy paths and under a dark green canopy in a gorgeous forest.
  • Cairngorms National park – Gaze in awe at Scotland’s most beautifully rounded peaks.
  • Urquhart Castle – Take a chance to explore a ruined castle overlooking Loch Ness.
  • Inverness – The ‘Capital of the Highlands’ blends Victorian architecture with a lively modern lifestyle.
  • Loch Ness – Take a chance to go on an optional boat cruise (April – October) or wander around the shores of this alluring and eerie loch.
  • Great Glen – A humongous fault line through the Scottish Highlands; a location that’s as historically important as it is stunning.
  • Glencoe – Be moved by the sheer beauty and tragic tale of one of Scotland’s most famous landscapes.
The Isle of Skye 3 Day Tour
  • Eilean Donan Castle – An iconic and gorgeous 13th-century castle that once warded off Viking invasions.
  • Glencoe – Be moved by the sheer beauty and tragic tale of one of Scotland’s most famous landscapes.
  • Quiraing Mountain Pass – Skye’s outstanding geological stunner. These strange formations gave Skye its nickname, the ‘Winged Isle’.
  • The Old Man of Storr – This sharp pinnacle of rock bursts out the land and can be seen for miles around.
  • Five Sisters of Kintail – Legend says a local wizard turned five sisters into these mountains so they could preserve their beauty.
  • Loch Ness – This loch holds more fresh water than all of the lakes in England and Wales combined. But does it also hold the Loch Ness Monster?
Speyside Whisky Trail 3 Day Tour
  • Lindores Abbey Distillery – The oldest written reference to whisky mentions this location. Sample a dram at the modern distillery and drink in the history.
  • Dalwhinnie Distillery – Try not to get too light-headed as you sample whisky at Scotland’s highest distillery.
  • Cairngorms National Park – Gaze in awe at Scotland’s most beautifully rounded peaks.
  • Benromach Distillery – They say all Speyside whiskies used to be smoky. This distillery brings the classic flavour back to life.
  • Speyside Cooperage* – Learn about the lifecycle of a whisky cask.
  • Cardhu Distillery– The first distillery pioneered by a woman, Helen Cumming
  • The River Spey – One of Scotland’s most important rivers for salmon farming and whisky distilling.
  • Glenlivet Distillery – Tucked away in a remote glen you’ll find one the most famous flavours of Scotland.
  • Elgin – Visit this spirited town and explore the best little whisky shop in the world.
  • Royal Deeside – Throughout history, the Royal Family have loved exploring this gorgeous region of Scotland.
The Lake District Explorer 3 Day Tour
  • Ullswater – The second largest lake in the English Lake District is famous for its sublime, tranquil beauty.
  • Aira Force Waterfall – A lovely stone bridge crosses the fabulously flowing waterfalls.
  • Castlerigg Stone Circle – It’s like a miniature Stonehenge. Although you can decide whether it’s more beautiful.
  • Lake Windermere – You can choose to wander the shores or put on your sailing hat and go for a cruise.
  • Derwent Water – This gorgeous location was used in Star Wars – The Force Awakens. But the lasers and spaceships seem a million miles away from this peaceful area.
  • Honister Pass – Simply relax and enjoy the gorgeous views of the monumental mountains.
Isle of Arran Adventure 3 Day Tour
  • Culzean Castle – An 18th-century castle with beautiful grounds and gorgeously elegant rooms.
  • Robert Burns Country – Discover the locations that inspired Scotland’s most famous poet.
  • Brodick and Brodick Castle – A quintessential Victorian castle that’s said to be haunted by a ‘grey lady’.
  • Isle of Arran Distillery – There used to be around 50 distilleries on Arran. But now, this is the only distillery keeping the tradition alive.
  • Machrie Moor stone circles – These prehistoric stone circles are the most famous archeological sites on the Isle of Arran.
  • Kintyre Peninsula – Admire gorgeous coastal views in this hidden away part of Scotland.
  • Loch Lomond – One of Scotland’s largest lochs. Admire the views and take postcard-perfect photos to share with your friends and family.
Isle of Skye & West Highlands 4 Day Tour
  • Glenfinnan and the ‘Harry Potter’ viaduct – Admire the beautiful viaduct that the ‘Hogwarts Express’ runs along.
  • The White Sands of Morar – The famous white sands on this beach may make you think of more tropical destinations.
  • Five Sisters of Kintail – Gaze in awe at the powerful peaks and rising ridges of this impressive mountain chain.
  • Isle of Skye – Traverse one of the world’s most stunning islands.
  • The Cuillin Hills – Spectacular and invigorating to behold, this natural formation will take your breath away.
  • Highland Perthshire – Walter Scott once called this region “The fairest portion of the northern kingdom”.
  • Glencoe – Be moved by the sheer beauty and tragic tales of one of Scotland’s most famous landscapes.
Magical Mull, Isle of Iona & West Highlands 4 Day Tour
  • Glencoe and the West Highlands – Famous for a bloody ancient massacre, this beautiful spot offers peaceful waterside views from the site of ancient ruins.
  • Taking the ferry across the Sound of Mull – Glide across this Atlantic sound on a charming ferry ride between Hebridean isles.
  • The colourful harbour town of Tobermory – Famous for its local whisky and charming architecture, this wee town wins over many who see it.
  • Iona with its ancient Abbey – Beauty and spirituality mingle here, with the near 1500 year old Christian settlement complementing Iona’s ancient majesty.
  • Remote beaches at Calgary Bay – Bright white sands front crystalline water in this famously beautiful spot for pictures.
  • Inveraray – Explore the fabulous home town of the Duke of Argyll and its stunning ancestral castle.
Scottish Castles Experience 4 Day Tour
  • Falkland Palace – The palace was the countryside home for many of the Stuart royalty. They would make use of the woodland areas in the vicinity to hunt.
  • Royal Deeside – The Royal family’s beloved stunning hill land area of the north east.
  • Brodie Castle & Culloden – A 16th century mansion that belonged to the Brodie Clan until 1980. And Culloden moor is the resting place of those lost in the final land battle to have taken place in Great Britain.
  • Dunnottar Castle – This is the archetypical Scottish castle. Mystrerious, ruined, and beautiful.
  • Dalwhinnie Distillery – The distillery that pairs delicious whisky with chocolate.
  • Loch Leven & Castle – Lochleven Castle is the famous prison fort to Mary Queen of Scots.
Outlander Trail 4 Day Tour
  • Clava Cairns – Travel through winding back roads and discover a 4,000-year-old cemetery.
  • Doune Castle – One of the most filmed castles in Scotland. It stars as Castle Leoch in Outlander, featured in Monty Python’s ‘Holy Grail’, and the pilot for Game of Thrones.
  • Loch Ness – Take a chance to go on an optional boat cruise or wander around this alluring and eerie loch.
  • Glen Affric – Lochs, mountains and pine forests: this is one of Scotland’s most glorious glens. It’s also a great hiding spot for Jamie!
  • Culloden – A sad place to visit. It’s the location of a tragic Outlander scene and a catastrophic battle between Jacobites and Government troops.
  • Culross – This town looks like it never left the 16th century. It was also the setting for the fictional Outlander town, Cranesmuir.
  • Falkland – This quaint town in the Kingdom of Fife boasts a beautiful palace and a serene setting.
  • Midhope Castle – Jamie’s family home, Lallybroch, is as lovely as it looks in the show.
  • Glencoe – Be moved by the sheer beauty and tragic tales of one of Scotland’s most famous landscapes Jamie and Claire travel through
Islay & the Whisky Coast 4 Day Tour
  • Oban – This Victorian harbour town offers excellent seafood and a charming intimacy.
  • Kilmartin Glen – Return to the past at one of the richest areas in the UK for Neolithic and Bronze Age remains in Scotland.
  • Bowmore – Journey to the home of Islay’s oldest distillery, this charming place lies on the shores of the picturesque Loch Indaal.
  • The Islay Single Malt Whiskies – On an island known locally as ‘The Queen of the Hebrides’, there is a regal quality to the distinctly peaty style of its single malt whiskies.
  • Sandy beaches of Islay – Stroll some of the most beautiful and rugged beaches in the UK along Islay’s West Atlantic coast.
  • Inveraray – Explore the fabulous home town of the Duke of Argyll and the stunning ancestral castle.
  • Loch Lomond National Park – Enjoy the dramatic splendour of one of Scotland’s most famous lochs and the beautiful national park that surrounds it.
Highland Explorer Skye and Far North 5 Day Tour
  • Cairngorms National Park – Gaze in awe at Scotland’s most beautifully rounded peaks.
  • Loch Ness – This loch holds more fresh water than all of the lakes in England and Wales combined.
  • Ullapool and Assynt – Explore outstanding natural scenery and breathtaking views in these beautiful locations.
  • Applecross & Torridon – Looking for some serenity? This peaceful spot offers unblemished landscapes in their most natural state.
  • Eilean Donan Castle – Located on its own little island, this famous castle is sure to be a favourite.
  • Glencoe – Famous for an ancient massacre, this beautiful spot offers intriguing tales and mystical views.
  • Five Sisters of Kintail – Gaze in awe at the powerful peaks and rising ridges of this impressive mountain chain.
  • Skye – The beauty of this island has inspired movie makers, poets and travellers from all round the world.
York, the Dales, Lake District & Hadrian’s Wall 5 Day Tour
  • Alnwick Castle – Internationally renowned as a major shooting location for the Harry Potter franchise and Downton Abbey, this superb 1000-year-old site offers the archetypal English castle experience.
  • York Minster – Majestic Gothic spires reach up into the York sky on one of Europe’s largest cathedrals, a focal point for dramatic events throughout English history.
  • Robin Hood’s Bay – This beautifully preserved fishing village offers a stunning contrast between its pretty cottages and rugged cliffside setting.
  • Yorkshire Dales – The fiercely rugged and verdant expanse is a haven for plant species and hosts some of the UK’s most diverse wildlife, with the beautiful Gothic-influenced city of York at its centre.
  • Wordsworth’s Cottage – Famed abode of the poet William Wordsworth and the refuge where he produced some of his greatest works, this cottage is full of the great man’s secrets and truths.
  • Lake Windermere – Spiritual home to Beatrix Potter’s fabulous stories, the largest natural lake in England provides historical and natural fascination.
  • Scottish Borders – Explore from the ancient boundary of Hadrian’s Wall to the great city of Edinburgh.
Orkney & Scotland’s Northern Coast 5 Day Tour
  • Orkney Isles – These beautiful islands are full of ancient history and wildlife.
  • Glencoe and Rannoch Moor – Be moved by the sheer beauty and tragic tales of one of Scotland’s most famous landscapes.
  • Loch Ness – Take a chance to spot the famous Loch Ness Monster.
  • Skara Brae and Ring of Brodgar – Learn how people used to live in ancient times at these prehistoric monuments.
  • Cairngorms National Park – Gaze in awe at Scotland’s most beautifully rounded peaks.
Outer Hebrides & the Scottish Highlands 5 Day Tour
  • Cairngorms – Gaze in awe at Scotland’s most beautifully rounded peaks.
  • Lewis and Harris – These two areas with distinct landscapes make up the largest island in Scotland.
  • Callanish standing stones – This mysterious monument is even older than Stonehenge.
  • White sands of Luskentyre – Walk along this phenomenal beach and feel like you’re in the Scottish Maldives.
  • Inverness – The ‘Capital of the Highlands’ blends Victorian architecture with a lively modern lifestyle.
  • Braemar– this village has a strong association with the British royal family and the annual Highland Gathering.
  • Scone Palace– The original home of Scotland’s Stone of Destiny.
  • Royal Lochnagar Whisky Distillery – Discover a 150-year-old distillery in the famous Royal Deeside area.
Iona, Mull & the Isle of Skye 5 Day Tour
  • Loch Lomond National Park – One of Scotland’s largest lochs. Admire the views and take postcard-perfect photos to share with your friends and family.
  • Glencoe – Be moved by the sheer beauty and tragic tales of one of Scotland’s most famous landscapes.
  • Oban – This Victorian harbour town offers excellent seafood and a charming intimacy.
  • Iona and Staffa* – Visit the tiny Island of Iona, inhabited with just around 120 people.
  • Fingal’s Cave – The cave is compiled of naturally assembled hexagonal pillars from Paleocene lava flow.
  • Isle of Skye – One of the world’s most stunning islands.
  • Eilean Donan Castle – An iconic and gorgeous 13th century castle that once warded off Viking invasions.
Outer Hebrides and Skye Adventure 6 Day Tour
  • Cairngorms – Gaze in awe at Scotland’s most beautifully rounded peaks.
  • Loch Ness – Take a chance to spot the famous Loch Ness Monster.
  • Lewis and Harris – These two areas with distinct landscapes make up the biggest island in Scotland.
  • Callanish standing stones – This mysterious monument is even older than Stonehenge.
  • White sands of Luskentyre – Walk along this phenomenal beach and feel like you’re in the Scottish Maldives.
  • Isle of Skye – Traverse one of the world’s most stunning islands with beautiful views around every corner.
  • Eilean Donan Castle – An iconic and gorgeous 13th century castle that once warded off Viking invasions.
Islay, Edinburgh and Speyside Whisky Holiday 8 Day Tour
  • The Islay Distilleries – On an island known locally as ‘The Queen of the Hebrides’, there is a regal quality to the distinctly peaty style of its single malt whiskies.
  • Bowmore village – The white-washed cosy ‘capital’ village of Islay has more whisky than you’d dare to believe.
  • Sandy beaches of Islay – Stroll some of the most beautiful and rugged beaches in the UK along Islay’s West Atlantic coast.
  • Loch Lomond National Park – Admire the views and take postcard-perfect photos to share with your friends and family.
  • Cairngorms National Park – The area boasts four out of five of the UK’s highest mountains. What’s more is there’s a lot of gorgeous flora and fauna.
  • Speyside – Quite literally whisky heaven. There are more distilleries per square mile here than anywhere else.
  • Speyside Cooperage – Learn about the lifecycle of a whisky cask.
  • Royal Deeside – Throughout history the Royal Family have loved exploring this gorgeous region of Scotland.
Islay, Iona, Mull and Skye 8 Day Tour
  • Oban – This town is blessed with two lovely nicknames, ‘the Gateway to the Isles’, and ‘the Seafood Capital of Scotland’.
  • The Islay Single Malt Whiskies – On an island known as ‘The Queen of the Hebrides’, there’s a regal quality to the peaty style of its single malt whiskies.
  • Sandy beaches of Islay – Stroll some of the most beautiful and rugged beaches in the UK along Islay’s West Atlantic coast.
  • Iona – You’ll visit the tiny Island of Iona inhabited with just around 120 people.
  • Fingal’s Cave on Staffa – The cave is made of naturally formed hexagonal pillars and has inspired many musicians and writers.
  • Isle of Skye – Traverse one of the world’s most stunning islands, with beautiful views around every corner.
Iona, Mull, Skye and Orkney 9 Day Tour
  • Loch Lomond National Park – One of Scotland’s largest lochs. Admire the views and take postcard-perfect photos to share with your friends and family.
  • Oban – This Victorian harbour town offers excellent seafood and a charming intimacy.
  • Iona – Visit the tiny Island of Iona inhabited with around 120 people.
  • Fingal’s Cave – The cave is compiled of natural hexagonal pillars and has inspired many musicians and writers.
  • Isle of Skye – Traverse one of the world’s most stunning islands, with beautiful views around every corner.
  • Eilean Donan Castle – An iconic and gorgeous 13th century castle that once warded off Viking invasions.
  • Orkney Isles – These beautiful islands are full of ancient history and wildlife.
  • Glencoe and Rannoch Moor – Be moved by the sheer beauty and tragic tales of one of Scotland’s most famous landscapes.
  • Loch Ness – This loch holds more fresh water than all of the lakes in England and Wales combined. But does it also hold the Loch Ness Monster?
  • Skara Brae and Ring of Brodgar  Learn how people used to live in ancient times at these prehistoric monuments.
Orkney and the Outer Hebrides 10 Day Tour
  • Orkney Isles – These beautiful islands are full of ancient history and wildlife.
  • Glencoe and Rannoch Moor – Be moved by the sheer beauty and tragic tales of one of Scotland’s most famous landscapes.
  • Loch Ness – Take a chance to spot the famous Loch Ness Monster.
  • Skara Brae and Ring of Brodgar – Learn how people used to live in ancient times at these prehistoric monuments.
  • Cairngorms National Park – Gaze in awe at Scotland’s most beautifully rounded peaks.
  • Lewis and Harris – These two areas with distinct landscapes make up the biggest island in Scotland.
  • Callanish standing stones – This mysterious monument is even older than Stonehenge.
  • White sands of Luskentyre – Walk along this phenomenal beach and feel like you’re in the Scottish Maldives.
  • Isle of Skye – Traverse one of the world’s most stunning islands, with beautiful views around every corner.
  • Eilean Donan Castle – An iconic and gorgeous 13th century castle that once warded off Viking invasions.
Scottish Island Highlights 12 Day Tour
  • Oban – This Victorian harbour town offers excellent seafood and a charming intimacy.
  • Kilmartin Glen – Return to the past at one of the richest areas in the UK for Neolithic and Bronze Age remains in Scotland.
  • Bowmore – Journey to the home of Islay’s oldest distillery, this charming place lies on the shores of the picturesque Loch Indaal.
  • The Islay Single Malt Whiskies – On an island known locally as ‘The Queen of the Hebrides’, there is a regal quality to the distinctly peaty style of its single malt whiskies.
  • Sandy beaches of Islay – Stroll some of the most beautiful and rugged beaches in the UK along Islay’s West Atlantic coast.
  • Loch Lomond National Park – Enjoy the dramatic splendour of one of Scotland’s most famous lochs.
  • Magical Mull – Feel the tranquillity of the unspoilt blonde beaches and explore the brightly coloured fishing village of Tobermory.
  • Iona and Staffa – Visit the tiny Island of Iona, inhabited with just around 120 people.
  • Fingal’s Cave – The cave is compiled of naturally assembled hexagonal pillars from Paleocene lava flow.
  • Isle of Skye – One of the world’s most stunning islands.
  • Eilean Donan Castle – An iconic and gorgeous 13th century castle that once warded off Viking invasions.
  • Orkney Isles – These beautiful islands are full of ancient history and wildlife.
  • Glencoe and Rannoch Moor – Be moved by the sheer beauty and tragic tales of one of Scotland’s most famous landscapes.
  • Skara Brae and Ring of Brodgar – Learn how people used to live in ancient times at these prehistoric monuments.
  • Cairngorms National Park – Gaze in awe at Scotland’s most beautifully rounded peaks.
Island Hopping Adventure 14 Day Tour
  • Oban – This Victorian harbour town offers excellent seafood and a charming intimacy.
  • Inveraray – Explore the fabulous home town of the Duke of Argyll and the stunning ancestral castle.
  • Loch Lomond National Park – Enjoy the dramatic splendour of one of Scotland’s most famous lochs and the beautiful national park that surrounds it.
  • Iona and Staffa – Visit the tiny Island of Iona, inhabited with just around 120 people.
  • Isle of Skye – One of the world’s most stunning islands.
  • Eilean Donan Castle – An iconic and gorgeous 13th century castle that once warded off Viking invasions.
  • Orkney Isles – These beautiful islands are full of ancient history and wildlife.
  • Glencoe and Rannoch Moor – Be moved by the sheer beauty and tragic tales of one of Scotland’s most famous landscapes.
  • Loch Ness – Take a chance to go on an optional boat cruise or wander around this alluring and eerie loch.
  • Magical Mull – Feel the tranquillity of the unspoilt blonde beaches and explore the brightly coloured fishing village of Tobermory.
  • Skara Brae and Ring of Brodgar – Learn how people used to live in ancient times at these prehistoric monuments.
  • Lewis and Harris – These two areas with distinct landscapes make up the biggest island in Scotland.
Island Hopping Extravaganza 17 Day Tour
  • Oban – This Victorian harbour town offers excellent seafood and a charming intimacy.
  • The Islay Single Malt Whiskies – On an island known locally as ‘The Queen of the Hebrides’, there is a regal quality to the distinctly peaty style of its single malt whiskies.
  • Inveraray – Explore the fabulous home town of the Duke of Argyll and the stunning ancestral castle.
  • Loch Lomond National Park – Enjoy the dramatic splendour of one of Scotland’s most famous lochs and the beautiful national park that surrounds it.
  • Iona and Staffa – Visit the tiny Island of Iona, inhabited with just around 120 people.
  • Magical Mull – Feel the tranquillity of the unspoilt blonde beaches and explore the brightly coloured fishing village of Tobermory.
  • Isle of Skye – One of the world’s most stunning islands.
  • Eilean Donan Castle – An iconic and gorgeous 13th century castle that once warded off Viking invasions.
  • Orkney Isles – These beautiful islands are full of ancient history and wildlife.
  • Glencoe and Rannoch Moor – Be moved by the sheer beauty and tragic tales of one of Scotland’s most famous landscapes.
  • Loch Ness – Take a chance to go on an optional boat cruise or wander around this alluring and eerie loch.
  • Skara Brae and Ring of Brodgar – Learn how people used to live in ancient times at these prehistoric monuments.
  • Lewis and Harris – These two areas with distinct landscapes make up the biggest island in Scotland.