The Highland Highlights Tour

From £700

per group (up to 7)

It's the Classic Route, many well known places to see and visit on this tour through the West Highlands. Must see places, such as Glencoe, Loch Lomond, Inverary and Rannoch Moor feature on a trip that has so much variety.


The Highland Highlights Tour

The Highland Highlights Tour

From £700

per group (up to 7)

Duration 10/11 hours.
  • It's the Classic Route with many well known places to see and visit on this tour through the West Highlands. Must see 

    places, such as Glencoe, Loch Lomond, Inverary, Oban and Rannoch Moor feature on a trip that has so much variety.

  • From the empty wilderness of Rannoch Moor to the beautiful coastline and landscape of Argyll. There are Lochs, 

    Glens and Castles such as Kilchurn Castle and the picture perfect Inverary Castle.

Tour Itinerary. Duration 11 hours.


1.   Luss, Loch Lomond

First stop is Luss, a very pretty village situated on the western shore of Loch Lomond. It is one of Scotland's most popular villages to visit. Walk past the sandstone and slate cottages to the pier with have wonderful views up and down Loch Lomond and across the loch to the mountains. From the pier a short walk to the atmospheric church graveyard which has graves dating back to 600AD / 700AD. There is also a Viking grave from 11th century complete with Viking Hogback Stone.


2.   Tyndrum

We head north from Luss, travelling the entire length of Loch Lomond, transitioning into a bigger and wilder landscape. Passing through Tyndrum, altitude increases and we arrive at the elevated Loch Tulla viewpoint. 


3.   Loch Tulla Viewpoint

A stop on the edge of Rannoch Moor with an epic view and a place to begin appreciating the scale of the empty landscape.

4.   Rannoch Moor 

One of the last wilderness areas in Europe, a vast area of bogs, small lochs (lochans), streams and rock outcrops. There are numerous stopping points where you can walk away from the road and soak in the atmosphere of this remarkable place.



4.   Oban

Our drive to Oban is along the shore of the sea-loch (fjord) Loch Linnhe, with very fine views of the spectacular western shoreline, where you can really appreciate the features of a fjord. Oban is a bustling port with a busy harbour with ferry boats and fishing boats, there are plenty of shops, places to eat, especially on the pier where you can eat the freshest of seafood. There is even the famed Oban Distillery in the middle of this lovely small town.


5.   Kilchurn Castle.

Built around 1450, this long abandoned castle is so impressive with a magnificent location at the top of Loch Awe. There are Highland Cattle living in the vicinity and hopefully they will be visible and very close to where you view the castle.






6.   St Conan's Kirk

Just 5 minutes from Kilchurn Castle is this very unique and beautiful church perched on the edge of Loch Awe. Described as enchanting, magical and fascinating, a wonderful stop.



6.   Inverary

Inverary, on Loch Fyne is a lovely village in a grand scenic setting on the western shore of Loch Fyne, as well as strolling in the village, a walk to the picture perfect Inverary Castle is very popular for visitors. There are shops worth browsing for souvenirs, an excellent whisky shop which will let you sample some quality Scotch. There are also some food takeaways, although tour guests love the Loch Fyne Oyster Bar which we pass on our way to our next stop, the take-away fish and chips is the favourite and siting at the outdoor tables with wonderful views of the Loch and Mountains somehow makes them even more delicious.


7.   Rest and Be Thankful

Another magnificent viewpoint with beautiful views where you can see the old valley road built 272 years ago following the Jacobite rebellion. We then drop down to the head of Loch Long and make our way across to Loch Lomond again, then onto Glasgow.

What's included

  • All guiding fees and vehicle costs

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

  • Local guide

  • Transport by private vehicle

  • Entrance fees for castles / gardens

  • Food and drink

  • Gratuities

Meeting / Pick up and what to bring

Tour Itinerary. Duration 10/11 hours.


1.   Luss, Loch Lomond

First stop is Luss, a very pretty village situated on the western shore of Loch Lomond. It is one of Scotland's most popular villages to visit. Walk through the sandstone and slate cottages to the pier with have wonderful views up and down Loch Lomond and across the loch to the mountains. From the pier a short walk to the atmospheric church graveyard which has graves dating back to 600AD / 700AD. There is also a 1000 year old Viking grave to amaze you.


2.   Tyndrum

We head north from Luss, travelling the entire length of Loch Lomond and start transitioning into a bigger and wilder landscape. Passing through Tyndrum, altitude increases and we arrive at the elevated Loch Tulla viewpoint. 


3.   Loch Tulla Viewpoint

A stop on the edge of Rannoch Moor with an epic view and a place to begin appreciating the scale of the empty landscape.

4.   Rannoch Moor 

One of the last wilderness areas in Europe, a vast area of bogs, small lochs (lochans), streams and rock outcrops. There are numerous stopping points where you can walk away from the road and soak in the atmosphere of this remarkable place. We turn around on the section of road from the Bond movie "Skyfall" where 007 and M are driving in the Aston Martin. Our return to Tyndrum gives a far bigger and grander view of the Rannoch Moor wilderness. At Tyndrum we turn right into the beautiful county of Argyll. Our first stop is Kilchurn Castle.




4.   Oban

Our drive to Oban is along the shore of the sea-loch (fjord) Loch Linnhe, with very fine views of the spectacular western shoreline, where you can really appreciate the features of a fjord. Oban is a bustling port with a busy harbour with ferry boats and fishing boats, there are plenty of shops, places to eat, especially on the pier where you can eat the freshest of seafood. There is even the famed Oban Distillery in the middle of this lovely small town.


5.   Kilchurn Castle.

Built around 1450, this long abandoned castle is so impressive with a magnificent location at the top of Loch Awe. There are Highland Cattle living in the vicinity and hopefully they will be visible and very close to where you view the castle.






6.   St Conan's Kirk

Just 5 minutes from Kilchurn Castle is this very unique and beautiful church perched on the edge of Loch Awe. Described as enchanting, magical and fascinating, a wonderful stop.



6.   Inverary

Inverary, on Loch Fyne is a lovely village in a grand scenic setting on the western shore of Loch Fyne, as well as strolling in the village, a walk to the picture perfect Inverary Castle is very popular for visitors. There are shops worth browsing for souvenirs, an excellent whisky shop which will let you sample some quality Scotch. There are also some food takeaways, although tour guests love the Loch Fyne Oyster Bar which we pass on our way to our next stop, the take-away fish and chips is the favourite and siting at the outdoor tables with wonderful views of the Loch and Mountains somehow makes them even more delicious


7.   Rest and Be Thankful

Another magnificent viewpoint with beautiful views where you can see the old valley road built 272 years ago following the Jacobite rebellion. We then drop down to the head of Loch Long and make our way across to Loch Lomond again, then onto Glasgow.

What's included

  • All guiding fees and vehicle costs

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

  • Local guide

  • Transport by private vehicle

  • Entrance fees for castles / gardens

  • Food and drink

  • Gratuities

Meeting / Pick up and what to bring

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From £700

per group (up to 7)

  • It's the Classic Route with many well known places to see and visit on this tour through the West Highlands. Must see places, 

    such as Glencoe, Loch Lomond, Oban, Inverary and Rannoch Moor feature on a trip that has so much variety.

Tour Itinerary. Duration 11 hours

What's included

  • All guiding fees and vehicle costs

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

  • Local guide

  • Transport by private vehicle

  • Entrance fees for castles / gardens

  • Food and drink

  • Gratuities

Meeting / Pick up and what to bring

Name:

Phone:

Email:

Message:


Tour Itinerary. Duration 11 hours

1.   Luss

Luss, a very pretty village situated on the western shore of Loch Lomond. It is one of Scotland's most popular villages to visit. Walk past the sandstone and slate cottages to the pier with have wonderful views up and down Loch Lomond and across the loch to the mountains. From the pier a short walk to the atmospheric church graveyard which has graves dating back to 600AD / 700AD. There is also a Viking grave from the 11th Century complete with it's Viking Hogback Stone to amaze you.


2.   Tyndrum

Heading north, we travel deeper into the Highlands passing through increasingly dramatic landscape and the village of Crainlarich, before arriving in Tyndrum, a noted stop before the wilderness of Rannoch Moor.


3.   Loch Tulla Viewpoint

A stop on the edge of Rannoch Moor with an epic view and a place to begin appreciating the scale of the empty landscape.


4.  Rannoch Moor 

One of the last wilderness areas in Europe, a vast area of bogs, small lochs (lochans), streams and rock outcrops. There are numerous stopping points where you can soak in the atmosphere of this remarkable place. 


5.  Oban

Dropping down to sea-level from Rannoch Moor brings us into the village of Glencoe. Our drive to Oban is along the shore of the sea-loch (fjord) Loch Linnhe, where you can appreciate the features of a fjord. Oban is a delight, a bustling port with ferry boats and fishing boats. Enjoy seafood cooked outside on the pier, there are coffee shops, places to eat and even a distillery, Oban Distillery, in the centre of town.



6.  Kilchurn Castle

Heading inland towards Inverary, another sight to behold, Kilchurn Castle, built around 1450, this long abandoned castle is still very impressive, and it's setting at the top of Loch Awe with a backdrop of Highland splendour is magnificent. 



7.  St. Conan's Kirk

Just 5 minutes away from the Castle, is the magical St. Conan's Kirk. The church is perched on the edge of Loch Awe and is one of the most famous buildings in Scotland.


8.  Inverary

Inverary, on Loch Fyne is a lovely village in a grand scenic setting on the western shore of Loch Fyne, as well as strolling in the village, a walk to the picture perfect Inverary Castle is very popular for visitors. There are shops worth browsing for souvenirs, an excellent whisky shop which will let you sample some quality Scotch. There are also some food takeaways, although tour guests love the Loch Fyne Oyster Bar which we pass on our way to our next stop, the take-away fish and chips is the favourite and siting at the outdoor tables with wonderful views of the Loch and Mountains somehow makes them even more delicious



9.  Rest and Be Thankful

Another magnificent viewpoint with beautiful views where you can see the old valley road built 272 years ago following the Jacobite rebellion. We then drop down to the head of Loch Long and make our way across to Loch Lomond again, then onto Glasgow.

What's included

  • All guiding fees and vehicle costs

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

  • Local guide

  • Transport by private vehicle

  • Entrance fees for castles / gardens

  • Food and drink

  • Gratuities

Meeting / Pick up and what to bring

Name:

Phone:

Email:

Message:

The Highland Highlights Tour

From £700

per group (up to 7)

Many well known places to see and visit on this tour through the West Highlands. Places such as Glencoe, Loch Lomond, Inverary and Rannoch Moor feature on a trip that has so much variety.


What's included

  • All guiding fees and vehicle costs

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

  • Local guide

  • Transport by private vehicle

  • Entrance fees for castles / gardens

  • Food and drink

  • Gratuities

Meeting / Pick up and what to bring

Name:

Phone:

Email:

Message:

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