Golspie, United Kingdom
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8 hours (Approx.)
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Offered in: English


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, head first for the 13th-century Dunrobin Castle, seat of the powerful Sutherland family, before making a stop at Glenmorangie Distillery for an optional dram of whisky, or a visit to the town of Dornoch instead. The tour continues to take in small villages and sites connected to the ancient Scottish tribes, the Picts.
  • 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


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, Aug 2018

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.

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