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$530.75 Cultural & Theme Tours


The abiding memory of a visit to North West Sutherland will surely be the staggering beauty of the place.This, however, is a county of contrasts and extremes. Where the railhead ends its Westward way at Lairg the mail is distributed onward by “post bus”. A destination fifty miles away can be quaintly described as “by” Lairg. All forms of marketing known to man, “population bricks” etc, are thrown into chaos and disarray. Postcode IV27 has probably one of the smallest populations of any in Europe but has a geographic area the size of a small country.Contrast the sumptuous grandeur of Dunrobin Castle, home to the Dukes and Duchesses of Sutherland, their heirs and successors, to the humble crofts, many today in shameful rubble cleared by their factors to make way for sheep.Consider then how in far-flung Assynt, in very recent times, collective action has enabled a “buy back” of land into ownership of the crofting community.In common with much of the rest of Scotland the West has the most spectacular scenery. The mountains of Canisp and Suilven stand volcanic sentinels over the lovely village of Lochinver still clinging doggedly to its credentials as a fishing village. Kinlochbervie too features in this regard.Foinaven, Arkle and Stack dominate the more northerly skyline, two of them lending their names to famous thoroughbred racehorses.Ben Loyal serenely guards the idyllic village of Tongue. Many other peaks feature large in the landscape and delight the “Munro Baggers”.Smoo Cave at Durness, Cape Wrath on the North West extremity of the mainland and the bird sanctuary of Handa Island off Scourie are all worthy contenders for some of your time.The single track coastal route through Assynt is as picturesque as it is challenging to the motorist. Lochs More, Stack and Shin outline the homeward journey. All vie for and seek the attention of the visitor to complete a memorable day.

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Invergordon port tour to Dunrobin castle

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Struie Hill ViewpointKnown as millionaires view looking over the dornoch firth this is our first stop on this tour for photos and scenery Duration: 10 minutesStop At: Falls of Shin, Lairg, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, ScotlandThe falls of shin are very popular for watching the salmon jumpThey become more active between the middle of June to August If you have a good trigger finger you could catch a great pictureTo walk down to the falls is free Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Dunrobin Castle and Gardens, Golspie, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, ScotlandWe aim to get you here between 11 to 11.30 hopefully in time to watch the falconary show spending at least a hour to 90 mins here you will have time to walk the spectacular gardens have a bit to eat and take this spectacular place all in home to the Sutherland family of golspie admissions is separate we advise booking this before you travel to avoid any waiting to get inDuration: 1 hour 30 minutesStop At: Glenmorangie Distillery, Tain, Ross and Cromarty, Scottish Highlands, ScotlandThe last stop on this tour you can stop here for a tour or just a tasting of the Glenmorangie whisky the signet tour is recommended and we advise you to book before you travel to avoid been disappointed Duration: 1 hour