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Loch Ness and The Highlands Tour

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Duration

8 Nights 9 Days

Destination

Language spoken

English, Scots

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1,69,999 1,88,899
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Duration
8 Nights 9 Days
Language Spoken
English, Scots
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Overview

In this tour get yourself ready for an amazing experience as you travel to the spectacular Loch Ness and also to the famous Scottish Highland. Touring this incredible land you will be amazed to see the astounding and crystal clear beauty blanketing the entire area. Speckled with historic and imposing castles, showcasing the rich ancient and medieval era Scottish history. Castles which adorns the exquisite landscape are Stirling Castle, National Wallace Monument, Doune Castle and various other historic landmarks.

While on the trip enjoy the stunning view of the Lochaber landscape teeming with lush highlands and stunning lakes. Also, enjoy a boat ride on the famous and mysterious lochs. Also discover the vibrant culture, beautiful cities which showcase an amalgamation of the medieval and modern world. Edinburg, Glasgow, and the spectacular countryside along with the hidden treasures in the form of natural landscape and Neolithic spots make this country a must visit. This holiday package is specially designed for an unforgettable Scotland tour.

Things to do in Stunning Scotland holiday

Stroll through the incredible cities or visit museums, medieval-era castle or just enjoy your night at some modern day Scottish pub. For nature and wildlife enthusiast the country has amazing wildlife parks featuring mesmerising beauty, not to forget the beaches and highlands. Visit beautiful Scottish highlands and indulge in various adventurous activities. Finally, explore the Neolithic site of Orkney and its virgin landscape and rich Viking history.

Day 1: Welcome To Scotland

Arrive to the airport in Edinburgh or Glasgow. For an easy and comfortable way to get to your hotel in Edinburgh, we are happy to arrange an optional private transfer for you. If you have some energy and free time after arriving, get a feel for your new surroundings with a stroll along the Royal Mile between the Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace, or walk up to Castle Hill for a spectacular view of the Old Town area.Spend the night in Edinburgh.

Day 2: Day At Leisure In Edinburgh

Enjoy the whole day to really explore Edinburgh. Whether its history, music, art, architecture or lush gardens you’re after, you’ll find it all within the compact city centre. A walk down Princes Street is a good place to start, with its views towards the Old Town across the Princes Garden. For a great overview of the city’s major historical sites, you might wish to join a guided walking tour of the Old Town. Or for a more flexible way of sightseeing, buy a Royal Edinburgh Ticket, which gives you unlimited travel on the Edinburgh Bus Tour city tours and entrance to Edinburgh Castle, The Royal Yacht Britannia and Palace of Holyroodhouse. Spend another night in Edinburgh.

Day 3: Loch Ness & The Highlands

Today we embark on our guided tour into the Highlands! Starting our drive north, our first stop is the historical village of Dunkeld, the former ecclesiastical capital of Scotland. Continuing on, our route passes through the Grampian Mountains to the Spey Valley, where we will stop for lunch. Then in the afternoon we’ll take a break for some “Nessie spotting” as we visit the world famous Loch Ness. There will also be time for a visit to the impressive waterfalls at Corrieshalloch Gorge before arriving to the whitewashed village of Ullapool. Spend the night in Ullapool.

Day 3: Loch Ness & The Highlands

Today we embark on our guided tour into the Highlands! Starting our drive north, our first stop is the historical village of Dunkeld, the former ecclesiastical capital of Scotland. Continuing on, our route passes through the Grampian Mountains to the Spey Valley, where we will stop for lunch. Then in the afternoon we’ll take a break for some “Nessie spotting” as we visit the world famous Loch Ness. There will also be time for a visit to the impressive waterfalls at Corrieshalloch Gorge before arriving to the whitewashed village of Ullapool. Spend the night in Ullapool.

Day 5: Neolithic Megaliths Of Lewis

Today will be spent exploring some of the prehistoric remains on the island, as well as its finest beaches. Our first stop is the fascinating circular stone fort (or “broch”) at Carloway followed by more traditional crofting communities such as Gearrannan and Shawbost. Then it’s on to the spectacular 4,000 year-old Callanish Standing Stones, an impressive collection of Neolithic stone circles and megaliths often referred to as the “Hebrides’ Stonehenge”.  In the afternoon we head for the remote district of Uig, where the scenery includes the sandy beaches at Bhaltos, dramatic sea cliffs and rugged hills—the wilderness of the Western Isles at its finest. Spend another night in Stornoway.

Day 6: Isle Of Harris & The Golden Road

Today we’ll do a little island hopping as we head to the Isle of Harris in the Outer Hebrides, famous for its idyllic sandy beaches and craggy landscapes. Travelling south our scenery changes from wild moorlands to more mountainous, stopping on our way to visit Luskentyre Beach with its miles of white sands and dazzling turquoise waters. We’ll also take a drive along the winding and scenic “Golden Road” on the eastern shore.After a morning of exploring South Harris we’ll break for lunch in the small port community of Tarbert, home to the makers of Harris Tweed, the classic woollen fabric that is still woven by hand at locals’ homes. From here we’ll catch the late afternoon ferry to the Isle of Skye and continue on to the charming harbour town of Portree. Spend the night in Portree.

Day 7: Exploring The “Misty Isle” Of Skye

Today we’ll keep a flexible schedule to explore Skye, and our sightseeing will depend on the weather and our guide’s judgement of what will best suit the group. To the north of Portree we could check out the Trotternish Peninsula with its spectacular cliffs and rock formations, including the iconic Old Man of Storr, the impressive Kilt Rock falls and the stunning mountain pass of the Quiraing. The scenery here is best enjoyed outdoors—as nature intended, so some walks may be on our agenda. Or, after lunch we may walk to the lighthouse along the dramatic sea-cliffs of Neist Point—the isle’s westernmost point—or visit the 13th-century home of the Clan MacLeod, Dunvegan Castle. After an action-packed day, you’ll enjoy a relaxing evening back in Portree.
Spend another night in Portree.

Day 8: Great Glens & Eilean Donan Castle

Departing from Portree, our return journey to Edinburgh is full of picture-perfect moments. You’ll want to have your camera ready for our visit to Eilean Donan, one of Scotland’s most photographed castles, set at the junction of three lochs and completely surrounded by water. We then continue through Fort William, driving past Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, and over the spectacular mountain pass of Glencoe, scene of the great massacre of the Clan MacDonald in 1692. Travelling south through the Central Highlands, our last sightseeing stop of the day is at Killin, beside the Falls of Dochart, before returning to Edinburgh in the early evening.Spend the night in Edinburgh.

Day 9: Departure

When it’s time to head to Edinburgh Airport, you can take the Air-Link bus departing from Waverly Bridge by Waverly Station or a taxi directly from your hotel. If your flight is in the afternoon, take the opportunity to do some last-minute shopping or visit one of Edinburg’s interesting museums.If you wish to spend more time in Edinburgh or Glasgow before or after the tour, ask your travel consultant about adding extra nights or services, such as private airport transfers or guided sightseeing tours. We can also extend your trip with other destinations in the Nordic region such as Iceland or Norway. Contact us for details about customizing your itinerary.
Inclusions:
  • Accommodation (comfort) for 8 nights, includes breakfast
  • Professional English-speaking guide, as per itinerary
  • Transportation by Mercedes Benz mini-coach, as per itinerary
  • Taxes & service fees
  • Discounts on entrance fees during guided program
Exclusion:
  • Flights to/from Scotland
  • Transfers to/from airports (can be arranged on request)
  • Meals and drinks (unless otherwise stated)
  • Entrance fees to attractions (unless otherwise stated)
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Any services not listed above as “Included”
Notes:
  • A Govt. Service Tax applicable on the total package cost.
  • Rates are subject to availability or can change without prior notice.
  • Above Package Cost is not valid for any festive season, Government holidays,
  • Long weekends, Christmas , New Year & any other high season Period.”
  • Hotel standard Check-In / Check-out time 1400 hrs and 1200 hrs respectively.
  • Early Check in and Late Checkout are subject to availability and based on sole discretion of Hotel Management.
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