Welcome to Scotland

Sights, Sounds, and Rich Heritage.

Scotland. Awake to the hauntingly captivating tones of a bagpiper heralding the morn from atop the misty rolling heather carpeted hills. Bonnie Scotland beckons your senses with all the colors of tartan intertwined with the sights, sounds and rich heritage that occupy one third of Great Britain.

Having three major cities, Edinburgh boasts being Scotland’s capital, and Glasgow and Aberdeen are bursting with historical and cultural significance! Don’t miss Edinburgh Castle, St. Andrew’s Church and world famous golf links, Hadrian’s Wall, John O’Groats – Scotland’s most northerly point, the Falkirk Wheel, Glasgow University and a teeming host of beguiling islands to visit by ferry. Some of the most visited islands are The Hebrides, The Orkney Isles, The Isle Of Skye and The Mull Of Kintyre

So bravely don your kilt and sporran, tuck into a haggis, raise your glass of Scotland’s finest malt whisky, and have your camera ready as you stand on the shoreline of Loch Ness – you could be the first to snap a shot of ‘Nessie’, the famed Loch Ness Monster!

Experiences to Remember

Loch Ness and Inverness

Savor the delights of the Highlands with your guide: see rivers, lochs and mountains, and experience plenty of rich Highland history – with an overnight stay in the Highland capital of Inverness.

The Skye Experience

Visit Skye, a place where the cares of the world slip away and you can slow down as “island time” takes over! See Stirling Castle, Eilean Donan Castle, Urquhart Castle and more!

Loch Lomond, Stirling Castle and Glengoyne

A fantastic and enjoyable day out visiting Scotland’s most important castle, its largest expanse of fresh water and one of its finest distilleries.

Highland Experience

If you want to see the best of Scotland at a leisurely pace and wake up by the shores of Loch Ness, then this is the tour for you!

Oban, West Highland Lochs and Castles

Spend a day travelling through a landscape of incredible natural beauty – a land of ancient castles mirrored in lochs and sheltered in castles.

The John O’Groats and the Far North

This fascinating tour will introduce you to the stunning cliffs of the northern coast, the wild magnificence of Caithness and an abundance of wildlife. It’s a splendid day out with a difference!

Historical Walking Tours

Indulge in the deep histories of Inverness or Glasgow.

Wallace Monument, Lochs, Glens and Whisky

A journey through the Celtic heartlands of the central Highlands, taking in the Wallace Monument, built in memory of one of Scotland’s greatest heroes; a whisky distillery; the splendor of Loch Tay, an area abundant with ancient stone circles; Killin and the Falls of Dochart and finally Loch Lomond National Park.

Glenelg Broch

The most impressive Iron-age buildings remaining today are the Brochs. These were usually circular in structure with a double curtain wall enclosing passageways and staircases which can still be seen. Glenelg is the site of the two best preserved brochs in mainland Scotland – Dun Troddan and Dun Telve.

Island Capitol of Portree

Portree is the main town on Skye. Its name comes from the Gaelic Port-an-Righ, which translates as “King’s Port” and dates to a visit by King James V, plus a fleet of warships, in 1540, to persuade the island clans to support him.

Ultimate Highland Experience

In five wonderful days you will explore this great land of ours, soak up its dramatic scenery, discover its turbulent past and get to know its warm and welcome people.

Highland Glens, Castle and Whisky Tour

Explore Perthshire’s scenic lochs and glens and visit Scotland’s oldest distillery, The Famous Grouse Experience. New ‘Tours on the Moors’ RSPB wildlife option on Wednesday tours from April to September!

The Trossachs

Spend a day in the majestic beating heart of Scotland: a land of ancient fortresses, flowing streams, lochs, forests and hills; a land of kings, heroes, thieves and rogues!

Maxi Day Tour of Orkney

Enjoy a full day tour of the Orkney Islands from John O’ Groats. See the St Magnus Cathedral, Tankerness House Museum and Gardens, a Neolithic village and more!

Crime and Punishment Walking Tour

Take a Spooky walk through the streets of Inverness and hear the outlandish punishments from the days of yore.

The Scenic Applecross Peninsula

Enjoy a day of scenic beauty as you travel to one of the most remote areas of Scotland-the Applecross Peninsula. Visit the National Nature reserve while you’re at it!

Inverness to Orkney Day Tour

See the spectacular Far North Highlands. Visit famous John O’ Groats, cross the Pentland Firth on the Orkney Ferry and enjoy a 6 hour tour of the Orkney Islands.

The Cuillin Mountains

The Cuillin mountains, a massive confusion of gabbro and granite which straddles the island, are famous for their rugged splendour. The red hills of the east have soft, rounded contours to their steep sides while the black hills to the west, rising to almost 1000 metres, are unimaginably hard and jagged.

Loch Ness, Glencoe and the Scottish Highlands Tour

Enjoy this one day tour and learn all about some of Scotland’s Monsters, Mountains and Massacres!

Dunvegan Castle

It is a picturesque place with wooded gardens. Parts of the castle are thought to date from the ninth century, but building work has been carried out in almost every century since the 1200s when the MacLeods moved in. It is said to be the oldest inhabited castle in Scotland today.

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