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Highland Experience Day Tour

  • Location Edinburgh
  • Price from £750.00


Immerse yourself in the sublime scenery of the Highland region.
The beauty of the Highlands is best experienced up close. Be spellbound by mysterious Lochs and magical mountains teeming with wildlife. See impressive feats of human engineering and relics of the past. An enchanting day out among the hills and glens awaits you.

This tour is 10+ hours long
Leave Edinburgh

The first stop is at the western end of Loch Tay and the famous white water of the Falls of Dochart. This waterfall runs through the small town of Killin. View the falls from the village bridge. Admire the misty spray rising in the air as the river crashes into the rocks then flows around the Island of Inchbuie.
Drive through stunning Glen Coe
Take in the majestic landscape and keep an eye open for wildlife such as red deer and golden eagles. The mountain wilderness stretches out for miles giving you countless amazing photo opportunities.

Lunch in Fort William
Situated on the shores of Loch Linnhe, Fort William is famous as the starting point to climb Ben Nevis and as the start of the Caledonian Canal. 

Relax and breathe the fresh mountain air of the outdoor capital of the world.

Corpach shipwreck
Continuing on a few miles, discover the ship that ran aground at the Corpach sea loch after a storm in December 2011. The sight of the shipwreck in the foreground and Ben Nevis in the background is a photographer’s dream. Next is Glenfinnan viaduct, instantly recognisable from the Harry Potter films. Absorb the special atmosphere amidst the beauty of the valley. 

If you are lucky, see the iconic image of the Jacobite steam train chuffing over the viaduct.

Glenfinnan monument
Enjoy the captivating setting with its spectacular Highland scenery and views of Loch Shiel. The monument was built in 1815 to honour the fallen Jacobite clansmen who fought and died for Bonnie Prince Charlie.
Then it’s time to return home.
This tour showcases the jaw-dropping beauty of the Highlands while bringing history to life. 

Relax as your kilted guide brings you safely back to your doorstep. Tuck into the snacks provided, share highlights with your fellow travellers, or just reflect on a day well spent.

Photo Credits:
Falls of Dochart. Simon Burchell, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons


    What's included

  • Transportation Ford Pro-Cab Black Taxi. 6 Seats, Fully Air Conditioned, Ramp Access System for Disabled Users.
  • Food A wee taste of Scotland. Local Biscuits, Crisps & Scottish Tablet or Fudge
  • Drink 6x Irn Bru, 6x Water

    What you'll need

  • Warm Clothing Please dress appropriately for the weather, detailed forecasts for the day can be found here:
  • Waterproofs Please bring wet weather clothing if the forecast of rain is expected.
  • Food If you have specific dietary requirements, allergies or intolerances, please bring your own food (however much you feel appropriate for the duration of the tour). We also stop at Restaurants and Cafes during the tour - please make your server aware of your dietary requirements.
  • Drink As above, please bring your own drinks/water if you have specific requirements.
  • Other Footwear: Please bring suitable footwear for the tour, sensible walking shoes - some tour locations will have uneven ground and are unsuitable for dress shoes.


  • Flexible Policy