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If you are planning to visit Scotland then you will find our range of one-day tours, short breaks and luxury escorted tours the best way to see the real Scotland - a land of fairytale castles, picturesque lochs and spectacular scenery.

Our city and Scotland tours depart from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and London. Our Scottish tours are the perfect way to explore the real Scotland and convenient too with daily departures on the most popular Highland tours.

With Scottish Tours you can choose to visit Loch Ness and Inverness or Stirling Castle and Loch Lomond - both popular one-day tours. Or why not travel further afield, on one of our short break tours. The beauty of the Isle of Skye, the remote yet picturesque surroundings of the Applecross Peninsula and nature watching in a lonely Highland glen are just some of the delights that await you when you choose a short break tour with Scottish Tours.

Our extended range of sightseeing tours of Scotland is the most comprehensive available. You can select your Scottish Tour confident in the knowledge that the widest possible choice of tours of Scotland is available to you.



Scotland. Where your heart can run wild.

So much to do so many places to visit.

Tailor making the itineray is the only way to let you fully enjoy Scotland.


Why not take the Jacobite Steam Train Fort William to Mallaig ?
A glorious six-hour return journey starts at the foot of Ben Nevis in Fort William (sit on the left hand side of the train for the best views). You will then cross the Glenfinnan Viaduct (featured in the Harry Potter films) and pass the silver sands of Morar before arriving in the fishing port of Mallaig – just over the sea from Skye. Running until October.

Salah and Lunch

We take a break for lunch at a halal fine dining experience followed by a visit to one of the landmark Masjid (mosque) where possible if not salah will always be catered for the family.


Short day trip? Exclusive shopping in Edingburgh and a visit to the catsle.

We will pamper you with a luxury vehicle and shopping assistant just to make the day extra special.

If you need child minding we can take care of that too.

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  • Edinburgh behind we head towards Stirling with its ancient castle then stop for morning coffee at Kilmahog. Next, it's Rob Roy Country and dramatic Rannoch Moor before arriving at the Weeping Glen– Glen Coe, the infamous site of the 1692 Massacre of the resident MacDonalds by Government troops of the Campbell Clan.


  • After a short drive, we arrive at Fort William which sits in the shadow of Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain. After lunch, there's a photo stop at Spean Bridge before we enter the scenic beauty of the famous Great Glen, a landscape of soaring mountains and shimmering lochs.


  • Our journey follows the route of the Caledonian Canal to Loch Ness and the impressive ruins of Urquhart Castle. The Castle provides a superb vantage point to see the deepest part of the loch. Here you can enjoy an optional visit to the castle and take a short cruise on the loch*.


  • On our homeward journey, we pass by Inverness then enter the wild beauty of the Cairngorm National Park. Our descent through the Grampian Mountains takes us into scenic Perthshire, "Big Tree Country”. The last part of our tour takes us through the ancient Kingdom of Fife to the famous Forth Rail Bridge and the conclusion of our tour in Edinburgh.


This information is given for guidance only.


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Be a royal for the day at Balmoral or the Scone palace. Fancy a safari, deer hunting, falconary or just relax with bit of a fishing. 

Luxury Landrover Safari Tours

An excellent opportunity to experience the stunning forest and mountain scenery.

Accompany one of our guides on a fascinating tour of Balmoral Estate. The safari tour takes you through the manicured parkland and gardens in front of Balmoral Castle.

The River Tay, being the largest river in Britain, is internationally famous for its Atlantic salmon fishing and attracts fisherman from the world over.

Whether hunting pheasant, shooting pigeon or stalking deer, from small walked up shooting days to large driven pheasant and partridge shoots, you will appreciate the high quality of sport on the stunning Scottish Estate.

Whether you are completely new to deer stalking, or have years of experience, Scone Palace can accommodate you and provide a tailored service to your specific requirements. 

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