A private virtual tour for you and your guests around Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands. This live tour is delivered personally by me using ‘live-conferencing software’ making use of maps, photographs, street-view videos and plenty of story-telling.
Join me as we explore the most famous glen in Scotland – Glencoe – otherwise known as the ‘Glen of Weeping’. We follow in the footsteps of the Clan Chief of the MacDonalds of Glencoe as he stumbles through snowdrifts during the treacherous winter of 1692. We hear the horrors of ultimate betrayal when one clan exacted bloody revenge on another. We find peace and tranquillity away from the crowds that visit Glencoe today.
This is a private virtual tour so we will spend some time getting to know each other beforehand, giving you an opportunity to ask some initial questions.
Your tour will include:
- The Three Sisters of Glencoe
- The Hidden Valley
- Lonely and barren Rannoch Moor
- The Massacre Monument
- Loch Leven
Throughout your tour, you can ask questions whenever you like and we can take a closer look at anywhere we visit. You will require a good internet connection as this tour is delivered entirely online making use of live video-conferencing software.
Approximately one hour. The online booking system shows available tour slots to allow you to choose a date and time suitable for your timezone.
Invite your friends and family
Let’s make this a great social occasion by sharing your live tour with friends and family across the world. You can invite up to 10 different friends when you book your tour and they will all receive your exclusive tour link.
For the whole group, including up to 10 screens, the price for this private tour is £60.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “…we were flooded with the most wonderful memories and so much new information on places we had already seen – I cannot tell you how much we enjoyed it – Thank you so much.” Mike and Jenny, South Africa – Feedback from Virtual Scotland Glorious Glencoe Tour
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I can highly recommend Andrew’s virtual tours having been so entertained by many of them during the lockdown. They are full of fabulous photos, historical facts and personal anecdotes. You won’t be sorry.” – Avril Rush, South Africa