2 Day Isle of Skye Tour from Edinburgh


A 2 Day Isle of Skye tour from Edinburgh is a question we are often asked at Scottish Guided Tours.

An Isle of Skye Tour and the journey through Scotland needs and deserves a wee bit more time.

 This is why we created our 3 Day Isle of Skye & Scottish Highlands Tour 


Isle of Skye Tour from Edinburgh  

Tours of Scotland with a private guide is your opportunity to enjoy and savour Scotland.

A 2 Day Isle of Skye Tour from Edinburgh is not enough time.

As a result our 3 Day Isle of Skye & Scottish Highlands Tour

is the best option from Edinburgh


Scotland needs a ” wee” bit more time

The Scottish Highlands 

Travel through Glencoe and hear first hand the sad tale of the Massacre of the MacDonalds in 1692.

Wonder at the engineering feat of the Glenfinnan Viaduct.

The spectacular bridge is sometimes known as the “Harry Potter Bridge” and was used in the films for the Hogwarts Express. 

Our private guided tour of Scotland continues to the Isle of Skye.

The Misty Isle, as its known is the second largest of Scotland’s Inner Hebrides


A full Isle of Skye Day Tour


A full day touring the Isle of Skye is needed.

You will not want to miss The Fairy Glen, Quiraing or the Fairy Pools

On a 2 day Isle of Skye Tour, we would never have time to see all the wonders this guided tour offers, so an extra day is required,


                               A  few of the Isle of Skye highlights.

In order to get the most from your Scotland Travel we have created our wonderful  3 Day Isle of Skye & Scottish Highlands Tour.

              We can even go “Monster Hunting” on our final day.


 Explore Loch Ness…


On our final day of our Isle of Skye Tour from Edinburgh we visit Loch Ness.

You have to be alert, as you never know, the famous Loch Ness Monster might make an appearance.

A boat trip on the Loch is an option and a very popular way to explore more of the local scenery,

We travel back to our drop off point via the Cairngorm National Park and Highland Perthshire.

We cross the river Forth with incredible views of the Unesco recognised Forth Rail Bridge which dates from 1890  on our return tour drop off point.

A truly memorable way to end our Isle of Skye Tour from Edinburgh