Tours from Inverness

Torridon, Applecross and Eilean Donan Castle 1 Day Tour
  • Loch Maree – Thousands of years ago, druids believed this beautiful Loch had the power to cure lunacy.
  • Torridon Hills – These are arguably the most dramatic and spectacular mountains in Scotland.
  • Shieldaig – This may be Scotland’s most outrageously picturesque village.
  • Applecross – There’s an ancient chapel here and a famous pub that serves delicious seafood.
  • Eilean Donan Castle – An iconic and gorgeous 13th-century castle that once warded off Viking invasions.
  • Loch Ness – This loch holds more fresh water than all the lakes in England and Wales combined. But does it hide the Loch Ness monster?
Glen Affric and Highland Villages 1 Day Tour
  • Strathpeffer Village – Explore the leafy avenues and indiosyncratic architecture of this lovely little Victorian spa town.
  • Glen Affric – Ancient pines, shimmering lochs, and steep mountains abound in ‘Scotland’s most beautiful glen’.
  • River Walk  Get close to Scotland’s ancient wilderness on a gentle walk along a river.
  • Beauly Priory – Visit this tucked away priory and learn about the monks of the Highlands.
  • Loch Ness – Travel along the stunning shores of Scotland’s most legendary loch.
The Best of the Black Isle 1 Day Tour
  • Black Isle Brewery – Talk to the Highland brewers and taste a delicious home-grown, organic beer.
  • Cromarty – This creative coastal town has a fantastic local arts shop and inspirational sea views.
  • Rosemarkie – Visit this village and explore the picturesque bays of the Moray Coast and a museum full of ancient Pictish relics.
  • Dolphin Cruise – Join an optional cruise into the Beauly Firth and spot the most northerly pod of bottlenose dolphins.
The Complete Loch Ness Experience from Inverness
  • Loch Ness – Take a chance to go on an optional boat cruise of this alluring and eerie loch.
  • Invermoriston – Go for a wonderful wander through lush forests and cascading waterfalls.
  • Fort Augustus – This town of 650 inhabitants is a great spot to watch boats coming in from the Caledonian Canal.
  • Foyers Waterfall – “Among the healthy hills and ragged woods, the roaring Foyers pours his mossy floods” – Robert Burns.
  • Dores – Visit a village blessed with sublime views across Loch Ness.
Speyside Whisky and Moray Firth from Glasgow
  • Elgin – Explore this town and discover an incredible wee whisky shop and a gorgeously grand cathedral.
  • Benromach Distillery* – This distillery does whisky the old fashioned Speyside way. Slowly with a little bit of smoke.
  • Glenfiddich Distillery – Arguably, the distillery that created the global demand for single malt whisky.
  • Strathspey – Pine trees line the rolling hills of this beautiful region of Scotland.
Glen Affric, Culloden and Clava Cairns from Inverness
  • Clava Cairns – Travel through winding back roads and discover a 4,000-year-old cemetery.
  • Culloden – A sad place to visit. It’s the location of a tragic Outlander scene, and a catastrophic battle between Jacobites and Government troops.
  • Glen Affric – Ancient pines, shimmering lochs, and steep mountains abound in ‘Scotland’s most beautiful glen’.
  • River Walk – Get close to Scotland’s ancient wilderness on a gentle walk along a river.
  • Beauly Priory – Visit this tucked away priory and learn about the monks of the Highlands.
Cairngorms National Park and Speyside Whisky from Inverness
  • Glenfiddich Distillery – One of Scotland’s most famous whiskys. This distillery somehow increased production during the American Prohibition.
  • Speyside – Quite literally whisky heaven. There are more distilleries per square mile here than anywhere else.
  • Loch Morlich – A 300 metre high, freshwater loch with sandy beaches. Loch Morlich is as unique as it is bonnie.
  • Cairngorms National Park – Examine the landscapes of an area that boasts four out of five of the UK’s highest mountains.
Skye and Eilean Donan Castle from Inverness
  • Skye – The beauty of this island has inspired movie makers, poets and travellers from all round the world.
  • Kyle of Lochalsh – This is the gateway to Skye. Enjoy sublime views of landscapes that surround this village.
  • Eilean Donan Castle – An iconic and gorgeous 13th-century castle that once warded off Viking invasions.
  • Portree – A cute, colourful coastal town that’s as quaint as it is fascinating.
  • Trotternish Peninsula – The ultimate Skye road. It’s the way to see the Quiraing, kilt rock, and all of Skye’s must see sights.
  • Cuillin Mountains – Skye’s dominant mountain range. Enjoy views of these imposing mountains as you travel the ‘winged isle’.
  • Loch Ness – This loch holds more freshwater than all the lakes in England and Wales combined. But does it hide the Loch Ness monster?
The North Coast 500 from Inverness
  • Dunrobin Castle – This beautiful castle of 189 rooms flaunts ‘Scottish Gothic’ style architecture.
  • Torridon Hills – These are arguably the most dramatic and spectacular mountains in Scotland.
  • Shieldaig – One of Scotland’s most outrageously picturesque villages.
  • Applecross – There’s an ancient chapel here and a famous pub that serves delicious seafood.
  • John o’Groats – Look out to the North Sea at the island of Britain’s most northerly point.
  • Corrieshalloch Gorge – Take a walk through a beautiful forest and discover a gushing waterfall
Orkney Explorer from Inverness
  • Ring of Brodgar – A unique stone circle that rivals Stonehenge in both mystery and beauty.
  • Skara Brae and Maeshowe – Find out what life was like 5,000 years ago and explore some of Europe’s greatest Neolithic sites.
  • Kirkwall – Visit this ancient Norse town and be amazed by the Medieval cathedral.
  • Caithness Fishing Villages – Explore the remote region of Caithness and discover the Scotland’s hidden coastal spots.
Lewis, Harris and the Outer Hebrides from Inverness
  • 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. You can decide if it’s also more beautiful.
  • White sands of Luskentyre – Walk along this phenomenal beach and feel like you’re in the Scottish Maldives.
  • Arnol Blackhouse – The closest you can get to an ancient Highland home without a time machine.