6 Days
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SightSeeing Coach Tour
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Outer Hebrides
AWE INSPIRING SCENERY OF THE HEBRIDES
Tour Tour
Highlights Inclusions
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  • Cairngorms & Loch Ness
  • Ullapool
  • Lewis & Harris
  • Callanish standing stones
  • White sands of Luskentyre
  • Portree, Isle of Skye
  • Eilean Donan Castle
  • Quiraing
  • Neist Point

 

  • Modern touring coach
  • Experienced driver/guide
  • 5 nights accommodation
  • All rooms ensuite
  • Full Scottish breakfast daily
  • All ferry & bridge crossings
  • Discount card for:
  • Local restaurants
  • Shopping & local attractions
  • Service charges and local taxes
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B&B 1069 n/a 1199
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Hotel 1289 n/a 1459
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Child Rate: $849 B&B / $1029 Hotel. Prices are per person in Canadian Dollars. Exclusions: Lunch, dinner & refreshments. Entrances to all visitor attractions.
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FROM  $1069
FROM  $1069
Itinerary

Day 1 - Tuesday | Spey Valley, Loch Ness & Inverness

Depart Edinburgh and travel north into the Highlands. First stop will be the historic village of Dunkeld where you will take a short walk through the forest to some waterfalls. Continuing north the route passes through the Grampian Mountains to the Spey Valley where you will stop for lunch. In the afternoon you will visit the world famous Loch Ness. There will be time for a visit to the impressive waterfalls at Corrieshalloch Gorge before you arrive in the West Coast fishing port of Ullapool for your overnight stay.

Overnight – Ullapool

 

Day 2 - Wednesday | Ullapool & Outer Hebrides

Catch the morning ferry from Ullapool for the 2 hour sail along Loch Broom, past the Summer Isles then out across the Minch to Stornoway – the main town on Lewis and capital of the Outer Hebrides. Look out for dolphins, whales and seabirds during the crossing. In the afternoon explore the North West coast from Arnol with its historic old “blackhouse”, through traditional crofting townships to Port of Ness and the very north tip of the island – the Butt of Lewis. From the lighthouse here there is nothing between you and the Americas!

Overnight – Stornoway

 

Day 3 - Thursday | Carloway, Callanish & Bhaltos

Today will be spent exploring some of the prehistoric remains on the island as well as its finest beaches. The fascinating circular stone fort, or Broch, at Carloway will be your first stop followed by more traditional crofting communities such as Gearrannan and Shawbost. Then it’s on to Callanish with its mysterious ancient stone circle. In the afternoon you will head for the remote district of Uig with its fine, sandy beaches at Bhaltos, dramatic sea cliffs and rugged hills. This is the wilderness of the Western Isles at its finest. Overnight again in Stornoway.

Overnight – Stornoway

 

Day 4 - Friday | Harris & Portree

Travelling south today from the wild moorlands of Lewis to the more mountainous Harris – almost but not quite an island on its own. Famous for the locally produced cloth, Harris Tweed, it is also home to the highest mountains in the Outer Hebrides and the stunning white sands of Luskentyre. After a morning of exploring South Harris you will stop for lunch in the small port of Tarbet. Here you will catch the late afternoon ferry to Skye and continue on to your overnight stay in the picturesque village of Plockton.

Overnight – Plockton

 

Day 5 - Saturday | Isle of Skye

Today is a very flexible day on Skye. There are many possibilities depending on the weather and your driver/guide will use his/her local knowledge to decide on the best day out for the group.  For example: heading west towards the 13th century home of the Clan Macleod - Dunvegan Castle, the emerald green valley of Glendale or the dramatic sea-cliffs and lonely lighthouse at Neist Point. In the afternoon the tour may concentrate on the south of the island. Spend time heading down to Elgol for seascapes and views of the Cuillin, or Talisker and its beautiful Bay or indeed Glenbrittle and its famed waterfalls.

Overnight – Plockton

 

Day 6 - Sunday | Fort William & Glencoe

Departing from Plockton the return journey to Edinburgh has many highlights – a visit to Eilean Donan Castle, Fort William and the dramatic scenery and dark history of Glencoe. Travelling back south through the Central Highland the last stop of the day will be in Killin beside the Falls of Dochart before returning to Edinburgh.

Return Edinburgh 19:00

Outer Hebrides