This day trip from Inverness visits some of the main attractions of the Orkney Islands including Skara Brae, The Churchill Barriers, Scapa Flow, The Ring of Brodgar and The Standing Stones of Stenness. You will also have a stop in Kirkwall with an opportunity to see Kirkwall's magnificent 12th century cathedral of St Magnus. Free time for lunch in Kirkwall.
• 14 hours
Explore the romantic Isle of Skye on a full-day trip from Inverness. Taking in spectacular Highland scenery, your tour passes Loch Ness and the ruins of Eilean Donan Castle before reaching Skye, where gnarly mountain peaks and hillsides swathed in purple heather are framed by soft, sandy beaches. Enjoy lunch in Portree and walks around Loch Slappin and the Strathaird Peninsula. Before returning to Inverness, pass the gorgeous little island of Eilean Ban.
• 10 hours
Explore the Orkney Islands on this day trip from John O'Groats. Take the ferry and island hop across the Churchill Barriers to visit Kirkwall, home to the magnificent Viking cathedral of St Magnus. Free time for lunch in Stromness. Visit Ring of Brodgar and Standing Stones. Step back 5,000 years as you enter the stoneage village of Skara Brae and on your way home drop by the Italian Chapel.
• 11 hours
Unravel the mystery surrounding Loch Ness on this 3.5-hour trip from Inverness. With an expert guide, enjoy a scenic coach ride from the city center to Clansman Harbor. Climb aboard a cruise boat and slip away from the shore as you make your way across the mysterious loch to Urquhart Castle for a tour of the romantic ruins. Then, enjoy a 1-hour visit to Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition to hear legends of the loch and its infamous monster.
• 3.5 hours
Enjoy a day trip exploring Isle of Skye in a comfortable, air-conditioned bus that seats up to 8 people. Relax as your professional, Scottish, kilted tour guide takes you on a journey through Loch Ness, Urquhart Castle, Eilean Donan Castle, Old Man of Storr and much more. Eat a 1-hour lunch in Portree (own expense). Take home precious memories on this small-group tour that is limited to 8 people for a more personalized experience.
• 11 hours
Cruise across Loch Ness and explore the ruins of Urquhart Castle on this 3 hour trip from Inverness. With a professional guide, soak up the sights on a coach ride from the city center to Clansman Harbour (until 25th March 2018) or Dochgarroch (26th March - 30th September 2018). Then, board a cruise boat and stay on the lookout for the Loch Ness monster as you make your way to Urquhart Castle. Explore the emotive ruins at your leisure and learn about the castle’s dark past at the visitor center before enjoying a panoramic coach tour.
• 3 hours
Venture through Scotland’s Highlands on a full-day trip from Inverness with an expert guide. Traveling by luxury minibus, you’ll explore the area known as the Black Isle, home to incredibly barren yet beautiful scenery. Visit the sleepy fishing village of Cromarty, see bottlenose dolphins at Chanonry Point, and sample whisky at the Glen Ord Whisky Distillery in Beauly, as well as, walk along the banks of Loch Ness to seek out Nessie – a must-do activity in the Highlands!
• 8 hours
Enjoy an 8-hour trip to get a flavor of the lush hills and glens in and around the world famous and mysterious Loch Ness. Experience tastes of this unique culture, history and landscape. The small-group tour will be in a comfortable, air-conditioned bus that seats up to 8 people. Relax with your professional, Scottish, kilted tour guide as they take you on a journey to Loch Ness, the Black Isle, Chanonry Point (Dolphins), Glen Ord Distillery, Culloden Battlefield and Clava Cairns.
• 8 hours
Sharp geological formations, crumbling coastlines and wind-swept valleys: Skye is mother-nature at her dramatic best. And on this day-tour you explore the best of it in the comfort of a luxury, 16 seat mini-coach.Let our experienced driver-guide take you on a journey through the stories, history, and sights of the island; while also giving you a taste of the most breathtaking scenery that Western Scotland has to offer.
• 12 hours
March to the front lines of a famous battlefield during a visit to the Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre. Using your ticket to gain entry, explore the site where the Jacobites were defeated and revisit that fateful day in April 1746. View the exhibits, which include original artifacts and weapons, and watch an immersive film that depicts the events of the battle. Maximize your time in Scotland by upgrading to include a 3- or 7-day sightseeing pass that gives you free entry to 90 Scottish historical sites and landmarks.
• 3 hours