Urquhart Castle Tour

This fantastic tour will take you along the breathtaking road north of the world famous Loch Ness, before passing through Drumnadrochit village and then onto historic Urquhart Castle. Here, you’ll have the chance to explore the castle and delve into over a thousand years of history through the five star visitor centre before returning to Inverness. This tour will take roughly two hours. 

Culloden Battlefield & Cawdor Castle

This tour is perfect for those who love to immerse themselves in local history. Starting with the site of the last battle to be fought on British soil, you’ll get the opportunity to explore the cairn and graves of Culloden battlefield, before learning more about the last battle of the Jacobite rebellion from the exhibition centre. From here, you’ll travel to Cawdor castle, which was forever immortalised thanks to Shakespeare’s “Macbeth”. After a lengthy exploration of the castle and its gardens, we’ll return to Inverness. This tour will take approximately three hours.

Castle Stuart & Fort George

This tour’s first stop will be the restored 17th century tower house, Castle Stuart. Complete with fairytale turrets and gables, the castle now also features a world class golf course. From here, you’ll continue towards the shores of the Moray Firth before arriving at Fort Georgev, one of Europe’s most impressive fortifications. After exploring the fort’s barracks room, ramparts and The Highlanders Museum, you’ll return to Inverness, concluding this three to four hour tour.

Spey Valley & The Cairngorms

Heading south from Inverness, your first stop will be at the Loch Garten in the heather-clad Spey Valley. Here, you’ll be able to stop off at the Osprey Hideout and enjoy seeing an abundance of these majestic hawks in their natural habitat. From here, you’ll continue onto Aviemore before arriving at the magnificent Cairngorm Mountain, where (weather permitting) you’ll be able to take the Funicular Railway to the Ptarmigan Restaurant and enjoy some unrivalled views of Ben Nevis. From here, you’ll return to Inverness, concluding your five hour tour.

Loch Ness Area Tour

This more extensive four hour tour around magical Loch Ness gives you the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself into the history and story of the area around Loch Ness. First, you’ll be driven along the beautifully aesthetic road north of Loch Ness until you reach the Loch Ness 2000 Monster Exhibition at Drumnadrochit. Next, you’ll continue onto the stunning Urquhart Castle, before travelling onto the friendly village of Fort Augustus, where you’ll see the impressive Caledonian Canal before returning to Inverness via the incredible Falls of Foyers

Speyside Whisky Tour

Taking you through beautiful Strathspey, you’ll first stop at Strathspey Railway and the Heather Centre in Dulnain Bridge, before arriving at Grantown-on-Spey. Continuing on through the heart of Whisky Country, you’ll stop at Glenfarclas Distilleryv for a guided tour and a quick dram of whiskey before continuing on through various picturesque Speyside villages and the Moray town of Elgin. Finally, you’ll head back to Inverness, concluding this seven hour tour. We kindly ask that you take this tour before 12 midday.

Dunrobin Castle

Travelling on the Great North Road, you’ll stop at Struie Hill to take in the spectacular views over the Dornoch Firth. Next, you’ll continue on through the beautiful wilds of Sutherland and romantic Dunrobin Castle. Set in stunning formal gardens, Dunrobin Castle is the fabulous seat of the Earls and Dukes of Sutherland, with parts of the magnificent house dating back to the 1300s. From here you’ll return to Inverness, concluding the five hour tour.

Kyle, Skye and the Cuillins

This special tour takes in some of the most dramatic vistas in the Highlands and Islands, beginning with a scenic drive along the shores of magnificent Loch Ness. From there, you’ll continue onward to Kyle of Lochalsh, gateway to Skye, before moving on to visit the romantic Eilean Donan Castle, stronghold of the Clan Macrae and Mackenzie. Finally, you’ll cross the bridge of the Isle of Skye where you’ll encounter the magnificent Cuillins mountain range before returning. This tour lasts approximately eight hours, and we kindly request that you start this tour before 10am.

Create Your Own Tour

Can’t see the perfect tour for you? Then get in touch and let us know what you want to see and do, and we’ll put together a bespoke tour just for you, giving you the opportunity to visit every sight on your bucket list.