Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Highland Lochs, Glens and Whisky Small-Group Day Trip from Edinburgh. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Wonderful tour! Our tour guide Peter was very friendly and extremely knowledgeable; he really made the tour! Everywhere we went was stunning and the distillery tour was fascinating. The dram of whiskey at the end didn't hurt either!
The tour to the whisky factor was great. The price for it is only 5 pounds which is acceptable.
Breathtaking countryside, amazing tour guide, same as the one we had with the Da Vinci tour.
The scenery was beautiful and even though it was just a day trip, it felt like we really got to get out of the city and see Scotland. Eddy D, our driver and guide, was very informative, fun and helpful. Next time we'd like to take one of the multi-day tours and go farther. Thanks!
James our tour guide was great! His colorful commentary made the tour! There is a lot of driving around looking at the countryside, but it was very pretty. The tour and tasting at Dewars was interesting.
First - our tour guide ALAN was AWESOME - Alan the Awesome. Pl let him know. He was very knowledgeable - gave us the right amount of history not to bore us and threw in some interesting trivia too.
Perfect group size.
Just the right amount of activity for the day - it gave us enough time to explore without being rushed.
Really liked the bus size and it was very comfortable.
The weather was great too.
Great tour. Our guide was very knowledgeable and passionate about Scottish history. This tour packs a lot in.
This tour offered great variety of destinations... interesting villages, beautiful scenery, wonderful short and easy hike to the waterfall, and views of the highlands and locks. Dan, our guide, provided interesting and informative narrative along the way that was superb. All in all, a terrific experience and great value.
Lovely day tour with an excellent guide, Heather, who was eager to share her beloved Scotland and many entertaining stories about Mary, Queen of Scots, Rob Roy, Wallace (Braveheart) and other historical and geographical tidbits. She was a careful driver and sensitive to the needs of her passengers. The high point of the tour was a stop at the breathtaking Queen's View lookout, a lunch stop in the charming town of Pitlochry, and a visit to the distillery. She also played wonderful Scottish music during the drive back which enhanced the experience. Highly recommended.