Please Note, due to the variable weather conditions in Scotland the itinerary may be adjusted to suit. Below is a sample of a 10 day Scottish tour.
Getting to Scotland could not be easier, with four International Airports, and three Ferry ports to choose from, conveniently located close to major cities. Travel facilities are modern and attract major carriers from North America, Canada and the Continent. Once you do arrive, getting out to explore the delights of Scotland could not be more simple, you choose our company to transport you around the intriguing mix of dramatic landscapes and its wealth of history, with attractions and events to suit everyone of any age group. What makes Scotland such an ideal holiday destination is the fantastic variety of things to see and do, and just knowing where to start can be a problem!
To help you begin to discover the best that Scotland has, contact us, who specializes in Small group tours, attracting families and friends from around the globe, and be transported in comfort and safety around Scotland, and also stay in Quality hotels, and be provided with dinner, bed and full Scottish breakfast every day, with civilized starts to the day ahead. To help you to begin to discover what Scotland has to offer, we have formulated a ten day itinerary for your perusal.
Day 1: Free collection from Glasgow Airport and proceed to the Loch Lomond Shores and the Bonnie Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond, and from there we visit the village of Luss, (sometimes called the village of Darkness) because of the surrounding mountains, stop here for some lunch and then carry onto the village of Arrochar and Loch Long, from there we proceed to Loch Fyne, world famous for its Oysters and shell fish, we can even stop for a tasting. We pass Loch Eck before we enter the town of Dunoon for our first night stay at our hotel for Dinner, Bed and Full Scottish Breakfast.
Day 2: Today we make our way to Inverary and the Castle (headquarters of Clan Campbell) and the home of the Duke & Duchess of Argyll, after a short stop we make our way to the fishing town of Oban, (sometimes called the capital of the Western Highlands) If you like to eat fish this is the place to be. We will then return to Dunoon via Kilmartin Glen and the ancient Standing Stones, arriving at our hotel in time for our evening meal.
Day 3: Today we make our way to the Isle of Skye, Stopping at Glencoe, Spean Bridge, Fort Augustus, Loch Ness, Eilean Donan Castle (The most photographed castle in the world) and then onto the Kyle of Lochalsh. As the day closes in we will cross the bridge, to the Isle of Skye, for your three night stay at your next hotel.
Day 4: Today we do a full tour of the Isle of Skye, visiting Armadale castle and gardens (Clan Donald Centre) and then into the main town of Portree for lunch, we then carry on to Lealt falls, Kilt Rock, Uig, Dunvegan Castle (clan Macleod), Cuillin Mountains before returning to the hotel in time for the evening meal.
Day 5: After breakfast we proceed to the tiny village of Applecross and probably the most inaccessible road in the whole of the UK where spectacular scenery is in abundance all along the way. When we leave Applecross, we will make our way to Poolewe, Inverewe Gardens and The Gairloch before return to our hotel via Sheildaig.
Day 6: After breakfast we head South via Invergarry, and stop at the town of Pitlochry, with a tour of the smallest distillery in Scotland called Edradour, which probably houses one of the finest single malts you can find. We then continue South to the historical town of Stirling for dinner and our stay at the next hotel.
Day 7: After breakfast we make our way to Falkland Palace and then the ancient and historical town of St Andrew's. As the day draws to an end we return to the hotel in time for our evening meal.
Day 8: After breakfast we do a tour of Stirling Castle, Wallace's Monument, Bannockburn Heritage Centre after which we will return to our hotel in time for our dinner.
Day 9: After breakfast we make our way to the county of Ayrshire, and visit Rabbie Burns birthplace and heritage centre, and then make our way to Tam 'O' Shanter Heritage Centre for a tour. We then make our way to Hotel in Glasgow for our overnight stay.
Day 10: After breakfast we make our way to the city of Edinburgh, and the best way to tour the capital, is by the hop on hop off buses, which run every 10 minutes, stopping at all the places of interest, with a running commentary. If this is not suitable we can take you to the Royal Mile, which is excellent for retail therapy, as is Princess Street. The other alternative is to take you to Rosslyn Chapel, made famous by Dan Brown's book 'The Da Vinci Code' and then make our way to our next hotel for Dinner, Bed and Breakfast.
Day 11: After breakfast, your hotel can provide transport to the airport of your choice.
- Please note that the Glasgow and Edinburgh Hotels which we prefer to use can provide transport to your choice of airport.
- Please also note that all of our accommodation is rated at 3 stars and above and include Dinner, Bed and Full Scottish Breakfast every day.
- You will be taken on your Tour of Bonnie Scotland by your Driver/Tour Guide in a luxury People Carrier.
- On your tour of Scotland you may experience some Scottish Food.
This tour costs: $380 Per person per day.
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