Isle of Skye, Loch Ness and Inverness (single) Multi-day tour

Our partner: Highland Explorer Tours


Take a spectacular journey through the Highlands and the
magical Isle of Skye. Venture through a range of classic Highland scenery; experience many local gems and be inspired by myths and legends. We've got mighty Glencoe, whisky tasting and ruined castles galore. From start to finish, every part of this trip reveals a little more of Scotland's quintessential charm.  

What´s Included

  • Local Scottish Guide
  • Ferry Crossing 'Over the Sea' to the Isle of Skye
  • Whisky Tasting
  • Culloden Battlefield
  • Clava Cairns
  • Souvenir Map
  • Audio Guides Available 

What to bring

  •  Travel insurance
  • Passport / Photo ID
  • Students must hold a valid ISIC/ISE/ITIC card
  • Comfortable walking shoes and a waterproof jacket in case of
    light rain  

Additional information

  •  Adults / Students must be over 18 at the time of travel.
  • Students must hold a valid ISIC/ISE/ITIC card. 
  • The minimum age for a Highland Explorer Tour passenger is 5 years old.  
  • Those who are 17 year old pay the adult price, but need to be accompanied by someone aged 18 or over. 
  • Please arrive to check-in 15 minutes before departure
  • Collapsible wheelchairs can be accommodated providing the passenger is accompanied by someone who can assist them to board and disembark. 
  • Highland hotels and guesthouses do not have lifts/elevators. Guests should be able to walk up steps in order to access rooms.
  • Cancellations made 21 days or less prior to departure will incur a 100% fee.
  • In this new, fast-changing Covid-19 era, we are doing all we can to adapt to new requirements and expectations, given the disruption caused. Read more about the important new steps and procedures that we have implemented to enhance hygiene protocols, to comply with physical distancing requirements by relevant government authorities and to give you peace of mind when you are travelling during these new times
    Your Responsibility
    All our guests are asked to follow hygiene practices recommended by the World Health Organization and local Government guidelines.
    • Regular washing of hands and sanitising when required
    • Please bring your own:
    o Hand sanitiser
    o Face mask. These are to be worn at all times on the coach and in public areas.
    • Temperature checks will be taken at the start of each day on tour. If your temperature is above 37.5 degrees, you may not be able to travel.
    • Maintain social distancing. o You need to make the Guide aware if you develop any COVID like symptoms.
    • You need to make the Guide aware if you develop any Covid like symptoms.


Edinburgh to Oban
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Edinburgh to Oban

We leave Edinburgh at 9.00 am and head north to Stirling and
the towering Wallace Monument with stunning views of the Castle. We enter the
Highlands heading through wild Rannoch Moor and Glencoe and on to the fishing
port of Oban. (Overnight: Oban) 

Oban to Isle of Skye
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Oban to Isle of Skye

 After taking in the sweeping views of Loch Shiel, we arrive in Mallaig and take the ferry ‘Over the Sea to Skye’. You can explore Armadale Castle and Gardens, the former home of the MacDonalds, before driving north to our overnight destination. (Overnight: Portree)  

Isle of Skye to Inverness
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Isle of Skye to Inverness

We explore more of the magical Isle of Skye with its awe-inspiring mountains, stunning coastline, myths and legends before returning to the mainland. On the way to Loch Ness, we stop at the incredibly photogenic Eilean Donan Castle and wind our way along the Great Glen to Inverness, the Capital of the Highlands. (Overnight: Inverness) 

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 Hunt for the elusive monster with a cruise on Loch Ness before turning northward to the stunning beauty of the north-west Highlands. We take in the beautiful town of Beauly with its Priory dating back to 1230, and then it's into the rugged and isolated mountains that secure Scotland's place as one of the last great wilderness in Europe. We try a dram of the 'water of life' at a Highland Whisky Distillery before heading back to Inverness for
the evening. (Overnight: Inverness)  

Inverness to Edinburgh
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Inverness to Edinburgh

 We explore Culloden Battlefield, the scene of Bonnie Prince Charlie’s defeat back in 1746 then the mysterious chamber cairns of Clava
Cairns; which inspired the hit TV series Outlander. We visit the Highland Folk Museum to get a real taste of Highland life from the past centuries before heading to
Dunkeld with its mighty cathedral, on our way back to Edinburgh. The tour returns at approximately 5.30pm.