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Attraction entry / attraction admission however admission (this tour focuses on free time in certain locations and leaves you to choose which sites/attractions you pay to visit).
Day 1 : Dunkeld, the Cairngorm National Park and Loch Ness
Departing Edinburgh, we head north over the Forth Road Bridge to the charming highland village of Dunkeld on the banks of the river Tay. From here you head into the Cairngorm national park of central Scotland and the ancient pine forests of the Rothiemurchus estate. Lunchtime will be spent on the beautiful shores of Loch Insh before a short forest walk takes you to the ruins of Loch an Eilein castle. Panoramic views of Loch Ness follow as you travel down to the banks of the famous loch and the village of Dores where you can do some “Nessie” spotting! Then it’s on to the shores of Loch Broom where you spend two nights at Ullapool. Please note - On some departures it may be necessary to stay in Inverness instead of Ullapool.
Day 2 : The Far Northwest Highlands, Ardvreck Castle and Assynt
Today we explore the remote far northwest highlands and the grandeur, expanse and wildness of the mountains of Assynt with its abundance of wildlife. This area is historically famous as being the first crofting area to be bought by the local crofters, the Assynt Crofters’ Trust. You will be immersed in the history of the area and visit the 15th century ruins of Ardvreck Castle, once the stronghold of the MacLeods of Assynt. The day is full of amazing views of some of Europe’s oldest landscapes from the stunning white sand beach at Achmelvich Bay to the traditional fishing village of Lochinver. With the chance of seeing wildlife such as whales and red deer as well, this is sure to be a memorable day.
Day 3 : Corrieshalloch Gorge, Loch Torridon and Plockton
This morning we journey to the heart of the northern Highlands to take in the drama of the River Droma as it plunges 60m down into the Corrieshalloch Gorge. From here you travel past the mountains of the Beinn Eighe national nature reserve and along the picturesque coastline of Loch Torridon. The tranquil setting of tiny village highland village Applecross is your destination for lunch before taking one of the highest roads in Scotland, Bealach nam Bo (meaning the Cattle Pass), with its jaw-dropping views, hairpin bends and precipitous cliffs. In the afternoon you stop in “tropical” Plockton where you can see palm trees growing alongside Loch Carron and take time to enjoy its sheltered serenity. Then it’s over the sea to Skye and the delightful harbour town of Portree with its friendly welcome.
Day 4 : The Scenery of the Isle of Skye
Today's itinerary is flexible dependent on the preferences and interests of the group. Either way your driver/guide's knowledge will come to the fore as you spend the day exploring the islands natural beauty. You may travel north to the stunning Quiraing mountain pass and enjoy a spectacular walk through some of Skye's extraordinary geological scenery or visit the Kilt Rock, composed of basalt columns (reminiscent of the pleats in a kilt) with its waterfall cascading over the cliffs and down into the sea below. After lunch you can travel West to Neist Point for a walk out to the lighthouse at the most westerly point on Skye. Alternatively, a visit to Dunvegan Castle, ancient ancestral seat of the Clan McLeod or Talisker Distillery make for interesting cultural stops. We return you to your accommodation in Portree in the late afternoon for you to enjoy a free evening in this charming harbour town.
Day 5 : Eilean Donan Castle, Ben Nevis, Fort William and Glencoe
Returning south we stop firstly at the famous stronghold Eilean Donan Castle, used in the film “Highlander”, set at the head of 3 lochs as protection against Viking raiders. Continuing east through the rugged mountains of Kintail including the splendour of the Five Sisters, we pass down through Glen Garry and Britain’s highest peak at Ben Nevis. After a lunch stop in Fort William for lunch, we explore spectacular Glencoe, scene of the infamous massacre of the Clan Macdonald in 1692, before stopping in Killin for refreshments beside the Falls of Dochart. Returning to civilisation and city life your tour ends in Edinburgh at approximately 7pm.
|No of pax||Age Limit||Price per pax (Rs)|
|Adult||Above 12 years||$ 650 / Adult|
* Mentioned prices may vary depending upon date of travel, hotel availability, surge pricing and seasonal rush.
Payment Terms & Methods :
* Some Advance Percentage of total booking amount
* Airfare/Transport fare to be paid full at one time in advance.
Cancellation & Refund Policy :
* Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount.
* Retention Amount varies as per the number of days left before your package start date.
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