Join this small group tour (maximum 16 passengers) for a classic one day tour to Loch Ness. Traveling through spectacular Highland scenery, this tour is the perfect way to see lots of Scotland and search for the famous Loch Ness monster. Highlights include stunning Glen Coe and an optional boat cruise on Loch Ness, the world’s most mysterious stretch of water. This twelve hour adventure represents great value for money.
• 12 hours
Sightseeing is Fun, though #Sightdoing is Better!5 Star Accredited, Active Sightseeing tour of Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park. We go out and explore the beautiful land around Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.We go for short Hikes, visit Waterfalls and have a great time discovering the spectacular Scottish Scenery Extra Small group Sizes of no more than 8 Travellers per day Guaranteed Departures as soon as 2 Travellers book on 5 Star Accredited Tour from Visit Scotland and fellow Travellers on TripAdvisor We go #Sightdoing, we get out of the vehicle to really experience the area
• 9 hours
Enjoy a private tour from St Andrews to Glamis Castle, approximately 4 hours in duration, suitable for 1-8 persons and families with children. Highlights include; Glamis Castle, scenic drive through Royal Angus countryside, drive around the main attractions in the City of Dundee and many other points of interest on route. Admission charge into Glamis Castle not included.
• 4 hours
We are offering airport transfers, from St Andrews, Fife to Edinburgh Airport, by Executive Class Mercedes. Whether you are travelling alone or as part of a larger group, we can offer a quality service for you.
• 1.25 hours
Just three miles from the birth place of founder John Dewar, the Aberfeldy Distillery is the only distillery built by the Dewar family. Your experience includes a distillery tour and access to the atmospheric warehouse where you can hear about the angels’ share and how the whisky is double aged for a richer smoother flavour. Also included is the heritage centre offering a unique insight into founders; John Dewar and his sons Tommy and John Alexander. Enjoy a dram (over 18s only) in the whisky lounge with comfy sofas and warming fire as well as free wifi. This tour comes with a complimentary Dewar's 'Truth knot' pin badge, usual price £3.75, as a souvenir of your visit.
• 1.5 hours
Discover a wealth of lost history and paranormal sightings on this award-winning guided walking tour of the historic medieval Scottish town of St Andrews. The meeting point is in Church Square, located in the heart of St Andrews. You can choose any one of four tour times running seven days a week throughout most of the year. Sites visited include the colleges of Scotland’s first university, Queen Mary's House, the iconic ruins of the cathedral, the Haunted Tower and the Bishops' Palace, with its stunning views over the North Sea. You also receive 20% off lunch or dinner at local restaurants.
• 1.5 hours
Go rafting on a half-day adventure down the River Tay in Scotland. Groups are of various sizes and ages (children aged over 8 years) from Aberfeldy to Grandtully in this perfect introductory river. A thrilling white water rafting experience, groups are accompanied by experienced guides. You can expect adventure, excitement and guaranteed fun! River Tay rafting trips are available mornings and afternoons throughout the year except Mondays and Tuesdays (these are dedicated fishing days). We provide all equipment (wetsuit, lifejacket, helmet, paddle) and transport
• 3 hours
Enjoy a private tour from St Andrews, approximately 4 hours in duration, suitable for 1-8 persons, most ages and abilities and families with children. Highlights include; the Fife fishing villages of Crail, Anstruther, Pittenweem, St Monans and Elie. Also, the charming and ancient village of Ceres and many other points of interest. No essential admission charges.
• 4 hours
We are offering airport transfers, from St Andrews, Fife to Glasgow Airport, by Executive Class Mercedes 8 seat minicoach. Whether you are travelling alone or as part of a larger group, we can offer a quality service for you.
• 2 hours
Blair Castle’s story will take you from Mary Queen of Scots to the Civil War, and from the Act of Union to the Jacobite cause and the disaster of Culloden, and from the Isle of Man to Queen Victoria’s love affair with the Scottish Highlands and her presentation of colors to the Atholl Highlanders. 30 rooms are open to view, each alive with characters from the past, highlights include the Baronial Entrance Hall and armoury featuring weapons used at the Battle of Culloden, the classic Georgian styling of the picture staircase and the magnificent ballroom bedecked in hundreds of antlers. Enjoy freshly made tea, coffee, cakes and scones and a hot traditional Scottish menu in our Tullibardine restaurant and pick up some Scottish gifts in our gift shop before venturing out into our extensive grounds. Explore Diana’s Grove and discover some of the tallest trees in Scotland, visit St Brides Kirk and don’t miss Hercules Gardens our 9 acre walled garden.
• 3 hours