Go off the beaten track and explore some little-known, but fascinating, places within easy reach of Inverness. In a small group of no more than eight, visit Carn Liath Broch, the 13th-century Dunrobin Castle, Loch Fleet Nature Reserve, and Dornoch and its impressive cathedral. Complete your experience with a stop at Glenmorangie Distillery for an optional dram of whisky.
Explore places missed by most visitors to Scotland
Get insight into the culture and history of the region from your guide
Small-group tour for a more personal experience
No-fuss round-trip transport from the center of Inverness
Fascinating glimpse of northern Scotland, between Inverness and Dunrobin. Our driver, Tony, was full of little tit-bits of information, sometimes a little more fiction, than fact. Great day out in a comfortable small coach.
Thank you so much Lindsay for the lovely review of your t0ur to Dunrobin Castle with Tony.
We are delighted you enjoyed both the history and folklore associated with the tour. Many of the myths of the area seem a little bit of fiction!
Haste ye back
One word sums up this tour - farce! I had the unfortunate luck of being with a couple - so there were just 3 of us. The husband was tracing his family roots in Scotland so overwhelmed the driver /guide John with his personal questions. I meanwhile had to listen - what else could I do?! John should have said that he would be happy to discuss things with the gentleman at the various stops so that he could tell me/ us the info that he normally would. Almost from the beginning John was dropping hints about the Pictish Trail and how we could do something different if we wanted - like going to look for dolphins. He was pretty bearish about that part of the tour but I wanted to see it as my family lives in Seattle WA where there are loads of dolphins and whales. I don't need to travel thousands of miles to Scotland to look for the same. The highlight of the tour was the falconry display/show at Dunrobin had that not been there I would have rated this tour '0'. Watching the birds of prey fly was very interesting. Dunrobin itself was nothing special if you've seen a castle before yes it's large but well... not worth the price of the tour to get there. Lunch in Dornoch sp was awful - really awful - but the choices were limited. All in all, John was nice enough but I did not find this tour worth the price.