Évadez-vous de l'agitation de Glasgow et dirigez-vous vers l'ouest pour une excursion d'une journée dans les West Highlands et Oban ! Cette région d'Écosse, belle à en couper le souffle, offre des paysages côtiers, des landes et des montagnes qui caractérisent l'exceptionnelle beauté des West Highlands. Partez à la découverte des coquets petits villages d'Oban, Luss et Inveraray et admirez les paysages en compagnie de votre guide pour une touche d'hospitalité amicale propre aux Highlands !
The Driver was just there, not interesting didn't get a lot from this tour, others said the same thing. It was a lot of riding in the coach to be so bored. He went back to Lock Lohman because he thought it was too busy to go there first. It was closing as we got there, never got a chance to see anything much. The driver seemed like he didn't like his job.
Pick up was late due to the many street closing from the European Championship games. Bus was already filled with travelers from Edinburgh. Only available seats were single ones in different parts of the bus. Good tour circuit with interesting stops.
Great day trip before our 10 day tour of the British Isles started. Our guide was most passionate about his home and shared some great history and insight into the culture and political climate of Scotland.
Fergus, our driver and tour guide, was great source of information about Scottish history and culture.
We really enjoyed the sights along the trip and Oban was great quaint, little town with excellent seafood options.
Do not miss the distillery in there and we wish we had couple of hours more to explore ferryboat rides that were available.
The guide John was very good, the programme was good too, I'm only missing a little more time in Oban, because there wasn't time enough to go to the tower and enjoy the beautiful view we went for. If we knew that we could go in the tower and then take a meal in box, we would have chosen that possibility.
This tour was nice and we saw some beautiful places. But I think it crams too much into it, you don't get any real time anywhere. But if you really don't mind jamming things in then this is a good one.
This is a great trip to get a full and varied look at Scotlands beautiful lakes, highlands, castles and coast. In between stops, John, the Highland Experience mini-bus driver, kept the group entertained with a nice mix of humor, history and trivia. Inveraray Castle is an option well worth taking seniors ask for the concession price!. The 13th Duke of Argyll, Chief of the Clan Campbell, and his family still live in the castle, but a wing is open to the public. Rooms are beautifully decorated and a testament to lavish living as well as pride of heritage. Theres some lovely tucked away sights along the route most travelers would likely miss on their own: Falls of Falloch, Castle Kilchurn and St. Conans Kirk are such standouts. Oban on the west coast is a nice little town and good for wandering through shops or getting something to eat. The weather was not suitable for a walk up to McCaig's Tower, but on a sunny day it would have been nice to take in the views of Isle of Mull and the harbor from there. Viator has again partnered with an excellent local tour group to provide a wonderful day I highly recommend both.