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The Scottish Highlands is famous for its beautiful countryside, historic sites, and Scotch whisky, and this full-day tour from Inverness checks all the boxes! Explore attractions such as Culloden Battlefield, Ballindalloch Castle, and Clava Cairns; visit Glenlivet Distillery in the Speyside whisky region; and shop for souvenirs at the Knockando Wool mill.
  • Full-day Scottish Highlands and Speyside Whisky Region tour from Inverness
  • Enjoy spectacular views of the Scottish Highlands and the Speyside whisky region
  • Discover the history of the Highlands at the Culloden Battlefield and the ancient ruins of Clava Cairns
  • Tour Glenlivet Distillery and enjoy an optional whisky tasting
  • Great-value tour includes entrance fees and round-trip transport
  • Separate guide and driver ensures a more personalised experience
  • Visit attractions such as Ballindalloch Castle, and Knockando Wool mill

Make your own way to Inverness Bus Station to meet your guide in time for an 8:45 am departure. Traveling aboard a luxury 34-seat mini-coach with on board WC and air-conditioning, set out on the scenic journey through the Scottish Highlands.

The first stop of the day is the Culloden Battlefield, the site of one of the Highlands’ most notorious battles — the Jacobite Uprising, which took place on 16th April 1746.

Continue to Clava Cairns, a Bronze Age cemetery dating back over 4,000 years. Stop at Glenlivet Distillery, where you’ll have chance to shop for whiskies, and learn more about the distillery’s history and the whisky-making process. If you want, enjoy a whisky tasting or sample some whisky cake (own expense) at the café.

We will continue to Knockando Woolmill, a historic mill, which has been producing woven fabrics for over 200 years. Enjoy a tour of the mill, taking a peek at the spinning and weaving machines, and watching the weavers at work, then shop for quality hand-made souvenirs at the shop.

There’s time to make two more stops before returning to Inverness — to the 16th-century Ballindalloch Castle, renowned for its beautiful interiors, antique furnishings, and landscaped gardens, and the village of Carrbridge, known for its historic packhorse bridge.

After an action-packed day, your tour ends back at Inverness Bus Station around 6.45pm.

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