Your adventure, should you choose to accept, is five days of castle-storming, whiskey-drinking, ceilidh-dancing, and monster-hunting. Rambling across the Highlands our guides will take you through the very best of what Scotland has to offer, ensuring an unforgettable experience.
WHAT TO EXPECT
This tour covers loads of well known Scottish sights as well as all the hidden gems that you won’t find in your guidebook!
Day 1: Forth Bridges
Setting out on your adventure we will cross the iconic Forth Bridges then get out for a magical forest walk before heading into the Highlands where you’ll hear tales of clan rebellion and get your first glimpse of Highland life. We’ll round the day off with a balmy, swim in Loch Ness while hunting for the elusive Nessie before heading to the Highland capital of Inverness.
- Forth Bridges
- Clava Cairns
- Loch Ness
Day 2: Rogie Falls
The adventure continues as we journey over to the West, walking over the Corrieshalloch Gorge and taking in the beautiful scenery and ancient mountains of Torridon before crossing the water to the Isle of Skye.
- Rogie Falls
- Corrieshalloch Gorge
- Eilean Donan Castle
Day 3: Sligachan
A full day on Skye! The incredible scenery provides a perfect backdrop while your guide fills you in with the local folklore. Spending more time off the bus than on, we will hike up to one of the islands more distinctive rock formations. The views will blow your mind away. An inspiring day on the Winged Isle.
- Cuillin Ridge
- The Old Man of Storr
- Kilt Rock
- Faerie Pools
Day 4: Armadale
Waving goodbye to Skye we take the ferry off the island (Summertime only) and journey down to the Glenfinnan viaduct (aka the Harry Potter bridge) and the Bonnie Prince Charlie monument on a stunning trip towards Fort William. We’ll revisit one of Scotland’s darkest moments as we take in the haunting landscape of Glen Coe before heading to Oban.
- Sands of Morar
- Glenfinnan Viaduct (Harry Potter)
- Fort William
- Oban (April - October).
During the winter months (November to March) this tour will spend the final night in Fort William and will not visit Oban.
Day 5: St. Conan's Kirk
On our final day, we make our way through Argyll and into the Trossachs National Park with the odd Hairy Coo or two. We’ll travel right through the heart of William Wallace country where you’ll hear about Scotland’s fight for independence before heading back to Edinburgh to say some fond farewells.
- St. Conan's Kirk
- Kilchurn Castle (Summer months only)
- Doune Castle or
- Wallace Monument or
- Bannockburn Battlefield
The above itinerary is not set in stone! Your guide may use their knowledge to modify the itinerary to best suit the Scottish weather & to maximize your experience.
What to bring: A small backpack.
What to wear: Sturdy walking boots or trail shoes, a lightweight waterproof outer layer, and cold-weather clothing.