Inverness & Scottish Highlands 2-Day Tour
Embark on a 2-day Private Tour of Scotland and explore the majestic Glencoe & Loch Ness – Relax overnight in the Highland capital of Inverness – Visit Culloden Moor and walk in the footsteps of Highland Warriors – Ancient Standing Stones & Neolithic sites- Wonder at the epic beauty of the Cairngorm National Park & visit the Harry Potter Bridge with Scottish Guided Tours – Enquire about Private Guided Tours of Scotland
Explore Loch Ness and the Scottish Highlands at a pace that suits you. You will experience mountains, lochs, ancient woodlands and folklore on your incredible two day private tour of Scotland. As a result, lots of time to experience Scotland and even search for the Loch Ness Monster.
Inverness & Scottish Highlands Tour
Walk in the footsteps of Highland Warriors at Culloden Moor – Explore the history of the Jacobites and the tragedy of last battle on fought on British soil – Marvel at Glenfinnan and the Harry Potter Bridge – Private Scotland tours to Inverness are relaxed and a great choice – Contact us
Why Scottish Guided Tours?
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Your private tour guide shall greet you at your chosen location. Hotel, B&B or even Cruise Ship Terminal. The most convenient start possible to your private tour of Scotland. Complete Door to Door service from Scottish Guided Tours.
‘Niall is an experienced Scottish tour guide. Raised in the mountains and glens of Scotland and inspired by his father, renowned Scottish author and historian Dr. Rennie McOwan, Niall feels passionately about his role as a bespoke private tour guide.
Our brand new vehicles ensure great views, comfort and plenty of room for all travellers and luggage. Private Tours of Scotland exclusively for your group of travelling companions.
Scottish Guided Tours deliver fantastic private tours of Scotland exclusively for your group of travellers. No travellers shall be mixed with any other private groups. Bespoke tours of Scotland designed around your time frame & interests.
All vehicles are meticulously cleaned. Face masks and sanitiser are provided. Private guided tours are exclusively for family or fellow travelling companions. Private tours of Scotland are the safest way to travel.
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On day one, we travel from lowland Scotland to Highland Scotland. A superb journey through the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. After a morning coffee, we continue to Glencoe.
Glencoe attracts visitors for its awe-inspiring scenery, walking, climbing and, of course history. As a result, great photo opportunities and incredible views are what makes Glencoe so memorable. However, hearing the Clan MacDonald’s tragic tale whilst standing in the Glen makes it an unforgettable experience.
In 1692, the Clan MacDonald of Glencoe suffers a terrible fate that still resonates with Scotland’s people to this day.
The Harry Potter Bridge
One of our main stops in the afternoon on our Inverness & Scottish Highlands Tour is the famous 19th-century Glenfinnan Viaduct. The incredible rail bridge spans the glen for over 1000 ft and is a classic piece of railway infrastructure.
Better known in modern times as the Harry Potter Bridge, the Glenfinnan Viaduct is instantly recognisable as the bridge upon which the Hogwarts Express travels.
The Glen has witnessed so much over the centuries. Bonnie Prince Charlie landed here in 1745 to rally the Highland Clans in what is to become the final Jacobite Rebellion. The Glenfinnan views and history make it an unforgettable stop on our Scottish Guided Tour.
Inverness Capital of the Highlands
In the early evening, we check into Inverness. The largest city and the cultural capital of the Scottish Highlands.
For the best Scotland tour and experience, Inverness is a must-see. Nestled on the River Ness, the small city has an excellent choice of restaurants, traditional pubs and shops. Situated on Scotland’s northeast coast where the River Ness meets the Moray Firth makes this wee city an outstanding overnight stop. The superb choice of Hotels, B&B’s, shops and local eateries means there really is a great choice for all travellers in the Capital of the Highlands.
On the morning or our second day, we travel the short distance to Culloden Moor.
Culloden Moor Tour
The Battle of Culloden was the final battle of the Jacobite rising of 1745. On April 16th 1746, Charles Edward Stuart’s Jacobite army was decisively defeated by a British government force under William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, at Culloden Moor. Because of this, Culloden is an emotive and special place for both Scots and international visitors alike. Our 2 day Inverness & Highlands Tour means you have time to take it all in and experience Culloden Moor.
A short journey from Culloden is Clava Cairns. A hugely significant and exceptionally well preserved prehistoric site, Clava Cairns is a fantastic example of the distant history of Highland Scotland, dating back about 4,000 years. A well-preserved Bronze Age cemetery complex of passage graves, ring cairns, kerb cairns and standing stones in a beautiful setting.
Standing stones are not uncommon in Scotland but are always very special to touch, walk around and experience. The Outlander TV series has certainly added to their popularity. A hugely significant and exceptionally well preserved prehistoric site, Clava Cairns is a fantastic example of the distant history of Highland Scotland, dating back about 4,000 years.
The Hermitage Woodland Walk & Ossians Hall
Come face to face with the thunderous Black Linn Falls – best viewed from Ossian’s Hall.
Breathe in the earthy woodland and tang of pine needles as you wander along the banks of the River Braan.
Douglas firs tower over the paths leading to the roaring Black Linn Falls, where the Dukes of Athol has been planting “big trees” for hundreds of years.
Forth Rail Bridge
Our final stop is the Unesco protected and world-famous Scottish landmark of the Forth Rail Bridge on our return to Edinburgh.
An incredible engineering feat and still responsible for carrying all the rail traffic over the River Forth. South Queensferry is a historic location within Scotland. Queen Margaret’s ferry crossed this river as far back as the 11th century.
8 am Departure
Callander Village is known as the gateway to the highlands and is nestled in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. A great Coffee stop/brunch stop
Hairy Coos !! A visit to our famous Highland Cattle is a must !!
Loch Tulla Viewpoint
Rannoch Moor photo stop
Glencoe (multiple photos stops)
Glencoe Visitor Centre ( Coffee/restrooms)
Glenfinnan Viaduct (Harry Potter Bridge)
Urquart Castle (photo stop)
17.30 Inverness Check-in
Depart 9 am
Culloden Moor & Visitor Centre
Hermtiage Woodland Walk
Forth Rail Bridge
17.45 Drop off location
- Private Day Tour prices: 495 GBP per day (not per person)
- Exclusively for your group of up to 8 passengers (for larger groups please contact us)
- Multi-day tours. Please add 100 GBP per day for your guides overnight expenses
- Private guiding Services
- Private Transportation
- Scottish Spring Water is provided
- Please note: Entrance fees to historic buildings-attractions etc are not included unless previously stated.
Transport is in a brand new air-conditioned vehicle with plenty of room for you and your group.
Accommodation is not included in your quote. Payment for accommodation is made directly to Hotel or B&B on arrival, unless by prior arrangement.
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