Join our expert guide as he heads out to Scotland’s far west in search of solitude and open seas.
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This private one-day driver-guided tour takes you along the banks of mysterious Loch Ness, before heading west through Jacobite country towards the Isle of Skye. Once on the island you…
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Discover life as a Highland laird at Brodie Castle, before stepping into the Outlander hit TV series at Culloden and Clava Cairns. There’s plenty of time to explore the historic battlefield before seeking out the Loch Ness Monster on a visit to the quieter side of the world famous loch.
Just a few steps from the busy A9 you will step back 200 years to the harsh life of a small fishing community clinging to the rocks far below.