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SUGGESTED ACCOMMODATIONS Falls of Lora Hotel, near Oban x 1 night Western Isles Hotel, Isle of Mull x 1 night Dunborrodale Guest House, Portree x 1 night Loch Roag Guest House, Isle of Lewis x 2 nights Priory Hotel, Beauly near Inverness x 1 night Murrayfield Hotel, Edinburgh x 1 night As our self-drive tours are fully customizable we can tailor the suggested accommodations for your particular quotation based on your preferences, budget etc. Read more about the accommodation we offer by clicking here. OPTIONAL EXTRAS Purchase the Scottish Heritage overseas visitor pass for entry to a number of sites and historic attractions on route. Add pre/post tour accommodation in Glasgow or Edinburgh before or after your trip. Add rail travel to/from Scotland before or after your tour. CUSTOMIZE THIS TOUR! Add an extra night on Mull or Skye to explore these islands further. Have your very own private driver-guide chauffeur your tour. Combine this tour with one of our other Britain self-drive tours. Stay in quaint family run B&Bs throughout your tour or on selected nights. Enjoy an upgrade to a luxury castle or manor hotel on one or more nights of your stay.
Day 1 : Loch Lomond, the Trossachs and Oban Distillery
From Glasgow or Edinburgh head north for a first flavour of the landscapes that Scotland has to offer ads your travel the banks of Loch Lomond and through theTrossachs National Park. Possibly stop at Inveraray and Inveraray Castle on route to Oban, "gateway to the islands" to visit this charming port home of Mccaigs Tower overlooking the docks and the famous Oban Whiskey Distillery.
Day 2 : The Isles of Mull, Iona and Iona Abbey
Taking the ferry to Mull experience the first of Scotland's Islands. Visit the magical Torosay Castle and gardens before heading to the most southerly tip of the island and the port of Fionnphort to cross to the tiny Isle of Iona and the spiritual Iona Abbey. Returning north trough the remote landscapes visit the tiny fishing town of Tobermory famed for its quaint pastel coloured cottages and natural port.
Day 3 : Road to the Isles and the Isle of Skye
Cross briefly back to the Scottish mainland before a further leisurely ferry to arrive on another of Scotland's Inner Hebrides and better known islands, the Isle of Skye. Visit the Clan Donald centre, Talisker Distillery and the famous Cuillin Mountains on route to the quaint island capital, the fishing town of Portree.
Day 4 : Dunvegan Castle and the Isle of Lewis
Spend this morning enjoying the natural scenery of Skye as you drive the Trotternish Peninsula to features such as "Kilt Rock" and "the Old Man of Storr". Time permitting visit Dunvegan Castle before your ferry passage to the outer Hebrides and the Isle of Harris.
Day 5 : The Isles of Lewis and Harris
Explore the magical islands of Lewis and Harris with its truly breathtaking landscapes of rocky terrain and glorious deserted sweeping sandy beaches. Experience the rare wildlife including whales, dolphins and sharks off the shores as well as an array of birdlife. There are a number of stunning historic sites to uncover such as the iron-age Carloway Broch and the mysterious neolithic Callainish Standing Stones.
Day 6 : Lews Castle, the Highlands and Inverness
This morning enjoy the bustle of harbour town Stornoway and perhaps visit Lews Castle perched above the town where you'll gain stunning views over the town and beyond. After lunch take the ferry back to the mainland and embark on s tunningly scenic drive through the highlands with a possible stop at Falls of Measach in Corrieshalloch Gorge on route to Inverness, capital of the Highlands.
Day 7 : Culloden Moor, Pitlochry and Stirling
As you leave Inverness you may choose to visit the eerie Culloden Moor before continuing south through the heart of Scotland. The Victorian town of Pitlochry makes for a nice lunch-stop where you can visit the Blair Athol whisky distillery. As you arrive back in to he south of Scotland visit Stirling where you'll uncover Scottish history and Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument before arriving in Edinburgh.
Day 8 : The Scottish Capital Edinburgh and Edinburgh Castle
Your final day can be spent exploring the enchanting capital city of Scotland; experience the winding alleys and cobbled lanes of the old town and the wide avenues of the Georgian New Town. Visit the royal residence at the palace of Holyrood House and don't miss out on the stunning Edinburgh Castle home of the Scottish Crown Jewels.
|No of pax||Age Limit||Price per pax (Rs)|
|Adult||Above 12 years||$ 749 / Adult|
* Mentioned prices may vary depending upon date of travel, hotel availability, surge pricing and seasonal rush.
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