Day 1: Take a walking tour
Take in the historic St Andrew’s Cathedral and Old High Church; get a view from the hilltop Inverness Castle; stroll the banks of the Ness River, then head out to the nearby Culloden Battlefield to learn about the last battle fought on British soil.
Day 2: Learn the legends of Loch Ness
Inverness sits at the mouth of Scotland’s most famous lake, Loch Ness, notorious for hiding the mythical Loch Ness Monster. Learn the eerie legends of Loch Ness, then take a cruise along the lake or hike along the banks and get a view from the battlements of Urquhart Castle.
Day 3: Step in the footsteps of Macbeth
Explore the 14th Century Cawdor Castle, the setting of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, then head to the coast where the North Sea inlet of Moray Firth is famous for its pods of dolphins. Learn about the region’s wildlife at the Dolphin and Seal Centre in North Kessock.