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. Choose our company to transport you around the intriguing mix of dramatic landscapes with its wealth of history, as well as attractions and events to suit people 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. Be transported in comfort and safety around Scotland, 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: Your tour starts when the tour director/driver collect your party at Glasgow international Airport (Time to be arranged). We then proceed to our first hotel in the Stirling area. After you have settled in, we will then visit Stirling Castle, The grandest of all Scottish Castles and then go and visit Wallaces monument, which commemorates Scotland's Greatest National Hero. We will return to our hotel in time for evening dinner.
Day 2: Beginning the day with a hearty breakfast, we carry on our way to Scotland's capital, the city of Edinburgh, where we will visit the most famous of all Scottish castles the home of the Scottish crown jewels, and also the stone of destiny, the coronation stone for Scots Kings. You can also visit the room where Mary Queen of Scots gave birth to James the first and James VI. After the visit to the castle, if you so wish we can visit Rosslyn chapel which has been made famous since the release of the book called the Da vinci code, by the author Dan Brown or you can stroll along the famous Royal Mile and marvel at the quaint little shops and spectacular architecture. We return to our hotel in time for evening dinner.
Day 3: This morning we make our way to Falkland Palace near Cupar and then visit Picturesque Crail and if time permits we can carry on to the famous town of St Andrews before returning in time for evening dinner.
Day 4: Beginning the day with a hearty breakfast, we leave our Hotel and make our way to the Isle of Skye stopping of at Fort Augustus, Loch Ness and Eilean Donan Castle. We then proceed to our hotel on the Isle of Skye in time for evening dinner.
Day 5: To day we will do a full day tour of the Isle of Skye, visiting the main town of Portree, Dunvegan Castle and the spectacular Armadale Gardens. We return to our hotel in time for evening dinner.
Day 6: Beginning the day with a hearty breakfast, we make our way to Kyle of Lochalsh and then to the famous gardens of Kinlochewe, visiting Shieldaig, Achnasheen and the Gairloch beside Loch Maree. We return in time for evening dinner.
Day 7: To day we leave our Hotel on the Isle of Skye and make our way to the Area of Inverness and visit Culloden Battlefield and Clava Cairns, then head South to the town of Pitlochry, visiting Carrbridge, Avimore, Kingussie and Blairatholl along the way. We arrive in Pitlochry in time for our evening dinner at our hotel.
Day 8: Beginning the day with a hearty breakfast, we will visit the smallest Distillery in Scotland called Edradour and perhaps sample some of there end product before we go and visit the oldest living yew tree at Fortingall, reputed to be 5,000 years old and the birthplace of Pontius Pilate and if time permits we can also visit the town of Aberfeldy and then return to our hotel in time for evening dinner.
Day 9: To day we continue South to the scenic beauty of the county of Argyll, perhaps Scotland’s best kept secret for rugged mountains and scenic lochs. We will visit the town of Inverary and Inverary castle, home of the Duke and Duchess of Argyll. Since the early 15th century, this has been the headquarters of Clan Campbell. Those interested in genealogy and history will find this enjoyable. Shop and tearoom are available with woodland walks to stretch your legs. We then head west to the Town of Dunoon for our overnight stay.
Day 10: We leave Dunoon behind and head off to the city of Glasgow and our Airport hotel, we will visit Loch Eck, Loch Fyne, Loch Long and the bonnie bonnie banks of famous Loch Lomond often immortalized in song and verse. We go to our hotel in time for evening dinner, where we say farewell to our new friends.
Day 11: Your flight home today, with fond memories of Bonnie Scotland.
- Please be advised this Itinerary could change due to weather conditions, as we always try to follow the good weather to make your tour more enjoyable. The above itinerary is only brief as you will see much more along the way.
- You are provided with dinner bed and breakfast every day in quality hotels, with transport in luxury people carriers and your own personal driver/tour guide.
- On your tour of Scotland you may experience some Scottish Food.
This tour costs: $380 per person per day
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