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The tour was great and our tour guide was wonderful! Steven was well prepared, organized, and mostly funny. He kept up the good vibes and was also very knowledgeable about the area. You can really see his passions and love for his country and it was really inspiring. The scenic stops were beautiful!
It was marvellous, but a bit rushed at times, relaxed at others. We were hurried along by the hurricane from Newfoundland. That resulted in wild weather to add to the atmosphere. Local food was great, similarly a good pint of local beer. The scenery was spectacular and gorgeous. I missed only one opportunity to exit the bus to get outside, horizontal rain did not deter me or the others on the bus. The bus was clean and comfortable, the driver knowledgeable and informative.
What a wonderful experience! Everything was wonderful from the beautiful landscape to the informative guides. We not only saw the highlands, the Isle of Skye and all the signature sights, there were stories told by the guides to help us understand the history of the country. I would recommend this tour to anyone!
This tour was fabulous. We were lucky enough to have great weather the day we spend in Skye which allowed a perfect tour of the beautiful northern part of the island. Our guide was the highpoint of the tour: Stevie D'Sylva. He was super organized so that we had no problems with any logistics and very accommodating (he offered to pick people up or drop them, when the B and Bs where we stayed were a little too far out of town for some people to walk) and he had terrific stories. It was wonderful to learn so much about the history of Scotland, and all in a very entertaining, interesting way. Stevie also had great stories about the fairies and took us to a beautiful spot outside the town of Uig which indeed looked like a fairy paradise. I can't recommend this tour enough - what a great introduction to Scotland!
I really enjoyed the tour of the Highlands and Isle of Skye. Our guide, Peter, was very informative and had a wonderful story-telling technique. He drove the bus expertly while telling us stories and discussing what we were going to see. He made a special effort to get us into a whiskey distillery for a tasting. When the electricity was out on Skye the evening we were to arrive, he arranged for us to have dinner on the mainland before driving over. I learned a great deal about the Highlands and Skye on the tour. I will definitely take a Rabbies tour again.
We had a wonderful time and the weather cooperated very nicely. Our fellow travelers were very friendly and, best of all, were always on time! Audrey was fantastic and made sure that she enhanced our overall experience with appropriate stories about the lore of the Highlands. She made sure everyone's needs were met. I would recommend this trip to all my friends.
We loved everything about our tour! The comfort of the coach, the sights, the B and B we stayed in, and most of all, our tour guide, Emily. It was just right. Thanks Rabbie's!
Outstanding trip. Only wish was that the mist would have let up a bit during our day on the Isle.
Our three-day tour to Skye from Edinburgh was a fantastic way to see a lot of Scotland over the course of just a few days. Our tour guide, Ally, was an amazingly knowledgeable guide -- with seemingly boundless energy. He started talking to us as we pulled away in Edinburgh and didn't stop for three days! The knew the history behind every one of the sights we saw, with some really great local flavor. His knowledge of our tour route was equally impressive -- we saw a number of great locations that most tours wouldn't even have known about. While our day on Skye was certainly the highlight, days 1 and 3 were also fantastic -- with stops in the highlands (breathtaking) and Eilean Donan castle and Loch Ness on the final day. But Skye is magical... our hotel was right on the water in Portree and everywhere you look on Skye is another stunning vista. For anyone considering this tour you should know one thing: You're going to spend three long days on a bus -- and much of it on narrow, winding roads. It's a comfortable mini-bus and our tour was full of very nice people... but the tours pack in a ton of sights -- so expect to spend much more time driving than exploring. (It's not ideal for the easily car-sick.) But there's no better way, in my opinion, to see much of Scotland in only three days. You could never see so many things if you were driving yourself, that's for certain. And Ally was a consummate professional every step of the way.
Our tour guide, Ruth, was fantastic. The stories were really great. The tour was a lot of fun. The seafood at Skye was some of the best we have eaten and I live in Florida. I chose to go on this tour, but my wife was not so sure. However, Connie thought the Skye tour was the best of our two week trip to Scotland and London. The tour had a good combination of bus and hiking. The bed and breakfast we stayed at was far better than we expected. The towns we stopped at were well chosen and very interesting. One note was that all the people on the tour except us (60s) were young (20s). This was not a problem because all the people were friendly. I would definitely recommend this tour to anyone that visits Scotland.