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  • Scotland: Orkney and Northern Coast 5-Day Tour

    1. Scotland: Orkney and Northern Coast 5-Day Tour

    Drive to the top of Scotland on a scenic 5-day tour, and learn the history of the Highlands at sites such as the battlefield of the Macdonald clan massacre, and Stirling Castle. Spend the day on the Orkney Isles, and travel the northenmost coast of mainland Scotland. The tour is by luxury 16-seat Mercedes minibus for a more intimate experience, while bed and breakfast accommodation is provided in Inverness, the lovely town of Kirkwall, and the whitewashed fishing village of Ullapool at the mouth of Loch Broom. Day 1: Depart Edinburgh, heading west towards Stirling. Pass Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument, and continue to Doune Castle, used for location shoots in Monty Python’s “Holy Grail.” Stop in the small town of Callander for refreshments. Then, marvel at the splendor of Loch Luibnaig, Loch Earn, Glen Ogle, and Glen Dochart on a scenic drive over the wild and...

    Amazing tour of the Highlands and Orkney. Keith, our tour guide was professional and so knowledgeable, kept us entertained with great stories and music, attention to detail, we visited lots of beautiful and places, lochs, mountains, waterfalls and learnt tons of Scottish and British history. Thank you Keith for making this tour such an amazing experience. We will be back!

  • Stirling: Guided Walking Tour

    2. Stirling: Guided Walking Tour

    In this 1.5 hour tour, explore the old town of the city with a friendly, fun local guide. Hear tales of the kings and queens who played an important role in Stirling's history as well as how life in the city has developed today. Starting at the VisitScotland iCentre by the Old Town Jail and finishing at Stirling Castle, you'll get a full overview of Stirling's history and modern culture on a family-friendly, leisurely stroll. Explore the star pyramid, dedicated to all who have martyred themselves for civil and religious liberty in Scotland. Pass by the macabre Grave Robber Stones, and learn the long-spanning history of the 14th-century Church of the Holy Rude. On the way, you'll take some time to take in the real flavor of Scotland with a local drink tasting. All the while, pick up local tips and insights for the rest of your time in Stirling.

    Jayne was our tour guide and she was fantastic so much information and knowledge everything you wanted to know and more she was so interesting to listen to and told us everything you wanted to know about the history of Stirling. Every section of the tour was explained in so much detail explaining what happened in market place torcher, hanging ect,and symbols above houses what they ment and who lived where from churches to the grave yard which I found so fascinating and interesting. The information on the battle at Stirling bridge and William Wallace and so much more plus information on Robert the Bruce which was so interesting to so much that when we got home had to watch Brave heart. But Jayne herself was such a lovely lady I could of listened to her all day the time just flew by she just captures the essence of Stirling and her knowledge is Stirling is unbelievable. So just wanted to thank her very much for making out trip to Stirling fantastic thank you very much fantastic employee

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Jayne was our tour guide and she was fantastic so much information and knowledge everything you wanted to know and more she was so interesting to listen to and told us everything you wanted to know about the history of Stirling. Every section of the tour was explained in so much detail explaining what happened in market place torcher, hanging ect,and symbols above houses what they ment and who lived where from churches to the grave yard which I found so fascinating and interesting. The information on the battle at Stirling bridge and William Wallace and so much more plus information on Robert the Bruce which was so interesting to so much that when we got home had to watch Brave heart. But Jayne herself was such a lovely lady I could of listened to her all day the time just flew by she just captures the essence of Stirling and her knowledge is Stirling is unbelievable. So just wanted to thank her very much for making out trip to Stirling fantastic thank you very much fantastic employee

Amazing tour of the Highlands and Orkney. Keith, our tour guide was professional and so knowledgeable, kept us entertained with great stories and music, attention to detail, we visited lots of beautiful and places, lochs, mountains, waterfalls and learnt tons of Scottish and British history. Thank you Keith for making this tour such an amazing experience. We will be back!

Very experienced and knowledgeable guide who brought history to life. Answered all our questions with enthusiasm. The pace was unhurried and we could sit down and listen to our guide when necessary. The time passed quickly and we thoroughly enjoyed the tour.

The trip was just great! We saw loads of stunning scenery and wonderful sights, particularly the Neolithic ones on Orkney, and our guide, Michael, could not have been more informative, helpful and friendly.