Ticking off attractions in mountainous Scotland can be difficult on a self-led tour. Discover Loch Ness, the Isle of Skye, and the Scottish Highlands on a 3-day tour from Glasgow or Edinburgh, with convenient round-trip transfer by air-conditioned coach. Customize your journey to suit you with the option to book with or without accommodation, and gain insight into the historic region from your guide’s commentary.
Take two leisurely days and savour the delights of the Highlands with your Driver-Guide. See rivers, lochs and mountains; experience plenty of rich Highland history and spend overnight in the Highland capital of Inverness.
Take three days to explore the dramatic landscapes of the Scottish Highlands and the Isle of Skye on this small-group tour from Glasgow by minivan. Admire the rugged beauty along Scotland’s windswept northwest coastline, with stops at Eilean Donan Castle and Loch Ness. Stay overnight, including breakfast, in Portree, located on the country’s second-largest island. Enjoy one free day to explore the Isle of Skye on your own. Numbers are limited to 16 people to ensure a personalized experience with your guide.
Save the headache of arranging your own multi-day visit to the Scottish Isles of Mull and Iona by instead choosing this comprehensive, intimate small-group tour. Experience the region’s beauty over three days, escaping busy Glasgow for Loch Lomond, Aros Park, Fingal’s Cave, Tobermory town, and the Isle of Staffa (optional), among other destinations. Get insight into local legends and try some tasty seafood along the way.
Breathtaking scenery, beautiful Highland lochs, mountains and glens, ancient castles and historical sites, large vibrant cities and stunning locations. In 5 days we’ll show you all of these plus more of this wee country than any other tour of its length. All lead by your Ness Bus/Hairy Coo Guide.
Be amazed by the landscapes on this tour. From the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond and ancient standing stones of Kilmartin to Oban. We will take you to beautiful Glencoe, Glenfinnan and the Great Glen. Tour a Scotch whisky distillery, ancient castles, Loch Ness and spend a night on the Isle of Skye. Take a seal spotting cruise on Loch Carron, and step back millions of years among the geological wonders of Scotland’s far North West Highlands.
Delve into the Jacobite Rebellions at Culloden Battlefield and locations from Outlander, Harry Potter and James Bond. Stroll across the world famous links of St Andrews Old Course and wander among the buildings of Scotland’s oldest University.
Explore the Scottish Highlands and the Isle of Skye on this 3-day tour from Glasgow. Travel through the magnificent Highlands region to the Culloden Battlefield with a guide, and gain insight into the Jacobite Rising. Head along the banks of Loch Ness to Urquhart Castle, and take in top attractions such as Eilean Donan Island, Loch Long and the Isle of Skye. Admire fine views over the Cuillin Mountains and visit the harbor town of Portree. Perhaps enjoy a whiskey-tasting tour at a Fort William distillery, then explore Glen Coe.
Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Lake District on this 2-day, 1 night experience from Glasgow, including hotel or guesthouse accommodation.
Travel by train from Glasgow to Oxenholme (please note this is unaccompanied), where you will be met by one of our friendly driver guides and taken on our Beatrix Potters Favourite Countryside Tour.
Enjoy the afternoon exploring the Southern Lake District National Park including the medieval village of Hawkshead, the natural beauty spot of Tarn Hows & Coniston.
On day two join our Ten Lakes Spectacular Tour which visits Buttermere, Borrowdale Valley including Ashness Bridge & Suprise View, the market town of Keswick, 4000 year old Castlerigg Stone Circle and the famous village of Grasmere.
One night accommodation and return 2nd-class train tickets from Glasgow.
Two tours of the Lake District in a luxury Mercedes mini-coach
Immerse yourself in the world of Jamie and Claire and the harrowing times on the Scottish Highlands in this extensive three-day tour. Visit filming locations featured in the Outlander television series and important Scottish landmarks as you tour the county-side with your small group. You’ll see the spots that “acted” as Castle Leoch, the Duke of Sandringham’s French residence, Cranesmuir and Inverness. Touch the standing stones (if you dare) and stand at Culloden.
Discover hidden corners of stunning Scotland on this multi-day, in-depth guided tour through the Highlands. See the centuries-old landmarks and rugged landscapes made famous as film and TV locations, like Doune Castle and Glenfinnan Viaduct. Other highlights include lunch along the iconic Loch Ness and an overnight stay in the picturesque town of Fort William.
This is a 2-7 day private tour of the Scottish Highlands operated by Dirty Daves.... there is no set Itinerary..... no rules and no holds barred..... join Dave for the most crazy and unique tour of Scotland.
Our custom experiences take time to develop and are based on what we learn about you. Yes, they are private, but they are also fully customised. This is exclusively your experience. Our goal is to figure out who you are and then determine how we're going to introduce our country to you in a way that is unique to you. It takes time, resources, connections, and communication between you and us, so we can build a trusted relationship in order to build a custom itinerary.
This is a luxury tour in a recent luxury vehicle with an experienced highly trained driver giving you the convenience of visiting the Island of Arran and its Distilleries but without the inconvenience of organising any of the logistics of getting there yourself. The fixed price is inclusive of all passengers regardless of numbers (please let me know if you have an unusually large amount of luggage) All that is required is that you book yourself accommodation of a standard to suit yourself,possibly consider accommodation in Lochranza or Blackwaterfoot and I will deliver you there at the end of day one and collect you there again at the start of day 2. Also let me know through messaging if you would like to do the actual distillery tour at one or both of these distilleries and I will arrange this at suitable times. You may also want to visit other attractions that we may come across en-route. If ferries are cancelled due to bad weather a refund or alternative date will be offered.
This is a 2-7 day private tour of the Scottish Highlands with a Whisky theme.... customise the tour to include your favorite distillarys or let us create an intinerary for you. The driver will not conform to any sort of societal norms.
+ please dont puke in my van.... this will result in your receiving a swift kick to the nutsack
Set off an epic journey to the Isle of Arran on this 3-day tour from Glasgow, including accommodation and round-trip ferry tickets. Venture off the tourist trail as you travel through the wild landscapes of west Scotland, visiting sights like Culzean Castle, the Kintyre Peninsula, and Inveraray village along the way. Discover the legacy of Scotland’s national poet, Robert Burns, in the region known as ‘Burns Country’, then cruise out to the Isle of Arran to explore landmarks like Brodick Castle and Goat Fell.
This luxurious four days tour provides private and exclusive travel to the destinations inclusive for up to 6 persons and is conducted by a well presented and trained driver. Default vehicle is a Luxury Van Type MPV but this can vary depending on requirements at that time but any substitution will always be of the highest quality. Tours are very flexible and even on the day flexibility can be employed by the customers to chop and change destination distilleries. Day order of tours may vary, for example customers being collected from Edinburgh or Glasgow will tour the Perth-shire distilleries on day 1 with the other falling on the subsequent 2 days. Day 4 is your return to the South of Scotland to your nominated place of drop off. Regarding your accommodation, I would suggest Inverness which has a great choice of Hotels and Restaurants and you can book this at a standard which suits you and your group personally - required for three nights from the end of day one of your tour.
Discover the best of rural Scotland on this adventurous 5-day tour from Glasgow. Travel into the Trossachs National Park with a guide to Kilmartin Glen, and enjoy uninterrupted views over the iconic Loch Lomond. Explore the pretty coastal town of Oban, admire the soaring peaks of Glen Coe and hop aboard the Jacobite Steam Train for a rail journey to remember! Take the ferry to the Isle of Skye to explore Sligachan and the Trotternish Peninsula. Visit the coastal town of Portree and Corrieshalloch Gorge on route back to Glasgow.
Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Lake District on this 3-day, 2 night experience from Glasgow, including hotel or guesthouse accommodation.
Travel by train from Glasgow to Oxenholme (please note this is unaccompanied), where you will be met by one of our friendly driver guides.
Enjoy the afternoon exploring the Southern Lake District including the medieval village of Hawkshead, Tarn Hows & Coniston.
Explore the Western Lake District on our High Adventure Tour including Wrynose & Hardknott Passes and Muncaster Castle.
On day three join our Ten Lakes Spectacular Tour which visits Buttermere, Borrowdale Valley including Ashness Bridge & Suprise View, the market town of Keswick, 4000 year old Castlerigg Stone Circle and Grasmere. After the tour you will be dropped off at Oxenholme Station for your return train to Glasgow.
Two nights accommodation and return 2nd-class train tickets from Glasgow Central
Three tours of the Lake District in a luxury Mercedes mini-coach
Once you have been picked up in Glasgow we will head to Kennacraig Ferry Terminal. On the way we will pass Loch Long and Loch Fyne, we will also stop at the Rest and be Thankful to take photographs and have a wee Dram of Whisky. We will stop for lunch at Inveraray prior to reaching Kennacraig Ferry Terminal. During our 4 day tour we will visit and undertake tours of 8 Whisky Distilleries.
This 3 day tour will allow you to see some truly spectacular places around Scotland with stunning views and scenery. Day 1 - you have the option to take a cruise on Loch Lomond if this interests you. However if you do not wish to do this and time permitting we could change this to a Whisky Distillery Tour of either Glengoyne Distillery or Auchentoshan Distillery. Day 2 - would end in Inverness and therefore you would have to book accommodation for this night separately. Day 3 - I have added in a Whisky Distillery tour at Dalwhinnie Distillery however this can be changed to Tomatin Distillery or instead of a Distillery Tour I can include more sightseeing. This day can end in Glasgow or Edinburgh.
This 4-Day tour will start from Glasgow. We will head to Inverness with a few stops along the way for photo opportunities including Loch Lomond and Glen Coe. Day 2 will start in Inverness, we will do some sightseeing on our way to the Isle of Skye including Culloden Battlefield, Clava Cairns, Eilean Donan Castle & more. Day 3 we will do some sightseeing on the Isle of Skye and visit Talisker Distillery & Dunvegan Castle. Day 4 we will leave the Isle of Skye and travel back to Glasgow with some stops along including Pitlochry & Stirling Castle. All days can be amended to your requirements.
Fixed Price for up to five passengers and if you book then you will be getting me, Andrew as your tour guide. I have several years experience both as a walking tour guide and as a driving tour guide. I like things to be fun, interesting and flexible.
Because I use a car and not a small bus then the tours can be dynamic and personalised easily. I can go down a few roads that the tour buses cannot go and park in a few places the tour buses cannot park. As far as possible I steer clear of the hoards of other tourists.
I like to have fun. My head is jam packed full of stories and every time I learn something new that makes my jaw drop then I just cant wait to tell folk about it.
I love questions. Ask me anything you like but as far as possible please just ask Scotland questions. I don't do relationship questions without the risk of potentially terrible answers. Ask at your own risk.
I'm happy if my lovely visitors are happy. I'll do my very best for you.
Arran is often said to be scotland in miniature.That"s thanks to the highland boundary fault that runs right through its heart,dividing highland landscape on one side from lush,green lowland countryside on the other.
On Arran there's plenty to do you'll find peaks to climb,beaches to stroll along and stone circles and castles to explore . While a little bit of everything,This is an island that is easy to fall in love with.