Day 1 | Our visit starts in our delightful capital city, Edinburgh, before heading out to Scotland’s biggest city, Glasgow, to meet whatever remains of our gathering. En route you’ll take in the historical backdrop of these two imperative focal Scottish urban areas, previously traveling north into the Highlands.
We’ll stop in the interesting town of Dunkeld for an opportunity to see the Norman and gothic style house of prayer, the place is saturated with history however guests will be struck by the magnificence of its setting as well.
We proceed assist north through the Cairngorm National Park towards Culloden combat zone. Here you have the opportunity to investigate the Culloden guest centre* and take in more about the last showdown of the 1745 Jacobite Rising.
Next stop is the feature of the very first moment: Loch Ness! From a Jacobite watercraft cruise* you’ll get phenomenal perspectives of Urquhart Castle and you may even spot Nessie, have your camera primed and ready! In the event that you lean toward you would monster be able to spot from the shore.
Overnight: Fort Augustus, which offers more incredible perspectives of Loch Ness.
Day 2 | We’ll start day two with a stop near the loch at the little town of Invermoriston, where you can take in the perspectives and see Thomas Telford’s destroyed scaffold, worked in 1813, which crosses the breathtaking River Moriston falls.
As our course nears the drift, it passes Eilean Donan Castle*. Here you have the opportunity to take photos and investigate the stronghold which you may perceive from the film Highlander. At that point it’s an ideal opportunity to cross the scaffold to Skye.
Our stop at Sligachan will welcome you to Skye with some exceptional perspectives of the Black Cuillin Mountains.
You’ll at that point head advance north into Skye for a relaxed lunch at the vivid harbor town of Portree. Encompassed by high ground and precipices; this is an ideal place for photos. Next it’s on to the renowned Kilt Rock perspective; the jaggy shake confront and capable waterfall are a shocking case Skye’s normal excellence.
Another feature of your day on Skye will be Uig Bay on the north west of the island, with stunning perspectives over the ocean.
Overnight: Kyleakin, a beautiful town you’ll have room schedule-wise to investigate at night.
Day 3 | Your third day begins with a visit to Fort William, the biggest town in the Highlands which denotes the finish of the celebrated West Highland Way, Scotland’s most prominent long-remove walk. Its scene is commanded by Ben Nevis, the UK’s tallest mountain.
You’ll likewise get the chance to visit a Whisky Distillery* and figure out how we make the ideal measure and taste some as well!
At that point it’ll be an ideal opportunity to head towards Glen Coe. In transit you’ll find out about the fierce MacDonald Clan slaughter that occurred in 1692. You’ll at that point have the capacity to remain in wonder among transcending mountains and sobbing waterfalls and take photos of this amazing piece of Scotland.
Our stop by Loch Tulla offers another lovely Scottish loch for you to appreciate. Our last stop will be at Luss by Loch Lomond so you can splash up considerably all the more shocking view. There are up to 60 obvious islands relying upon the water levels, perceive what number of you can spot! We’ll at that point return back to your flight city.