Isle of Skye & Highlands 3-Day Guided Tour
On this three-day guided tour, enjoy the picturesque nature of Scotland in combination with the great architecture of local historical buildings. You will see castles, craggy mountains, scenic towns, and maybe even the famous Loch Ness Monster on this excursion. Spend the night in bed-and-breakfast accommodations.
Day 1: A Spectacular Route North
When you leave Edinburgh, continue your trip to the north through the Trossachs National Park. Marvel at the beauty of the landscapes of a lovely village and the views of the UK’s largest expanse of freshwater, Loch Lomond. Your path is through the Rannoch Moor, the swampy, heather-covered plain in Scotland in the regions of Pertness,Kinross, and the Highlands, which remains the most picturesque corner of the UK and attracts tourists from all over the world. Walk and admire these wonderful places. Also, don't forget to visit the amazing Glen Coe.
A local guide will tell you an interesting and breathtaking story about the brutal MacDonald Clan’s massacre and take you to the weeping waterfalls that ring this incredible glen. This part of your adventure will be finished at the highland town of Fort William. The entire way you have traveled is Scotland’s oldest and most popular hiking route, the West Highland Way. Have an overnight rest at Inverness.
Day 2: A Full Day on Skye
You have a full day to stroll around the Isle of Skye. Explore the most famous sights, which are the craggy Cuillin Mountains, the dramatic hills of Quiraing, and the stunning Trotternish Peninsula.
At the time of your stroll along the coast, you can see playful seals out in the waves or a stag standing on a hillside. After lunch, you can stay in the capital of Skye, Portree, and afterwards return to Inverness.
Day 3: Monster Spotting on Loch Ness
Revel in the picturesque banks of Loch Ness, take an interesting cruise to Urquhart Castle, or do a bit of monster hunting from the shore. The back way to Edinburgh includes routes through Inverness, the Cairngorms, and Pitlochry.
Have an amazing excursion to the Culloden battlefield,where the Jacobites were defeated. The next wonderful place is the stunning Cairngorm Mountains. You need to take a stop to explore the town of Pitlochry with its amazing landscapes. You will like Scotland with its scenery, preserved original culture, and rich, bright history.
• Children under 3 years old are not permitted on the tour
• Please note the luggage restrictions: Maximum weight: 15kg, maximum size: 55cm x 40cm x 20cm per person plus small carry on
• Bed and Breakfast accommodation
• English-speaking guide
• Entrance fees
Eilean Donan Castle, Fort William, Isle of Skye, Portree, Loch Ness, Culloden Battlefield