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We offer bespoke tours to popular destinations in the Highlands.

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Prices from £270 per Tour (max. 4 persons)

Culloden Battlefield

On 16th April 1746 the battle of Culloden took place here. In no time the government army ended the rebellion of the Jacobites and Bonnie Prince Charlie's dream of winning back the British crown for the Stuarts.

Fort George

Fort George was built after the Battle of Culloden as the ultimate defence against further Jacobite uprisings and is still an active barracks and the most powerful artillery complex in Britain to this day.

Dunrobin Castle

Dunrobin Castle is the northernmost and largest of Scotland's "Great Houses" in the Highlands and one of Britain's oldest continuously inhabited houses from the early 14th century.

Whisky & Cooperage

There are as many whisky distilleries in Scotland as stars in the sky and many offer a tour of their production areas followed by a tasting.

In the heart of the "Speyside Malt Whisky Trail" is the only working cooperage in the UK.

Clava Cairns (Photo stop)

The Clava Cairns are exceptionally well-preserved, prehistoric Bronze Age tombs on the outskirts of Inverness. It is believed that Clava served as a template for Diana Gabaldon's fictional Craig na Dun stone circle in the Outlander series.

Urquhart Castle Ruins

The ruins of Urquhart Castle, located on the banks of the famous Loch Ness, was once one of Scotland's largest castles and is a must see on any visit to the Highlands.

Wester Ross

Breathtaking landscapes, lonely roads and imposing mountains - that is Wester Ross, an area of ​​outstanding natural beauty. Here you can sometimes drive for hours without meeting a human being.


Photo stops include: Loch Ness, Eilean Donan Castle (visit optional), Kishorn Selfie Box, Bealach Na Ba & Applecross Peninsula (weather permitting), Torridon Mountains, Glen Docherty Viewpoint

Highland Folk Museum

Go on a journey through time!

In this open-air museum, over 30 historic buildings give an insight into the life, learning and working of the Scots from the early 18th century to the 1950s.

Cawdor Castle

This 14th-century castle with its beautiful gardens is still family-owned and best known for its literary connection to William Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth.

Loch Ness

round trip

There are many reasons to visit Loch Ness: the Loch Ness Monster; the ruins of Urqhuart Castle; Fort Augustus; Dores, home of the Nessie hunter; the waterfalls in Foyers or just undisturbed beautiful scenery - especially on the less travelled south side of the lake ....

Eilean Donan Castle

The first version of the castle was built in the middle of the 13th century on an island where three lochs meet. Since then, at least four different versions of the castle have been built. Surrounded by majestic scenery it is no wonder that Eilean Donan is regarded as the most famous castle and one of Scotland's most popular tourist attractions.

Ruthven Barracks (Photo stop)

These are the best preserved ruins of the four barracks built after the Jacobite Rebellion of 1715 to control the Highlands.

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