Scenic Tours

We offer a range of tours around the Highlands. All of our drivers have extensive knowledge of the Highland are to make this a memorable trip for all our customers. Simply get in touch with us to find out more or book your tour.
Tour the Highlands in one of our 4, 6 or 8 seater vehicles, for larger parties we also operate 2 x 16 seater minibuses.
Choose from one of the tours listed below or contact us via email ken@golfandscenictoursscotland.com or by telephone us on +44 7534-441897 to arrange a tour tailored to your own requirements.
Tariff for Scenic Tours
Up to 4 passengers - £40.00 per hour
5 to 8 passengers - £60.00 per hour
9 to 16 passengers – please contact us for a quote
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TOUR 1 - LOCH NESS CIRCULAR AND URQUHART CASTLE:

A complete tour of the country’s longest loch. Famed for it’s fabled resident monster, Nessie. Visit the interactive Loch Ness 2000 Monster Exhibition. Stop and see ruins of Urquhart Castle and its 5-star visitor centre.Visit Fort Augustus and the Caledonian Canal. Stop at magnificent Falls of Foyer.
Travel from Inverness along the shoreline of the country’s longest stretch of water. Visit the magical castle on the shores of Loch Ness, famed for its sightings of Nessie the Loch Ness Monster.
Explore the history of the castle in the 5-star visitor centre.
Stop in the quaint village of Drumnadrochit on the way back to Inverness.
Urquhart Castle
Urquhart

TOUR 2 - WEST IS BEST

Visit the the North West coast of Scotland towards Gairloch and Loch Ewe.
Enjoy breathtaking views along the A835 towards Gairloch past Glen Docherty, Loch Maree and finishing at the Cove WW2 site and Russian Convoy Exhibition.
Gairloch
Gairloch

TOUR 3 - GLEN AFFRIC

Visit the lovely village of Beauly.
Drive through the spectacular Glen Affric and Loch Benevean.Walk to the Plodda Falls.
Visit the Deer Farm at Cluanie. Drive through Glen Urquhart and along the shores of Loch Ness
Glen Affric
Glen Affric

TOUR 4 - BRODIE COUNTRY FARE, BRODIE CASTLE, BENROMACH DISTILLERY, ELGIN CATHEDRAL, JOHNSTONES OF ELGIN

Visit the historic Brodie Castle and wander the grounds, enjoy some retail therapy at Brodie Country Fare, move onwards to the ruins of Elgin Cathedral and finish of with a dram at Benromach Distillery.
Elgin Cathedral
Elgin

TOUR 5 - APPLECROSS

Enjoy a trip over the spectacular Bealach na Ba towards Applecross. Have lunch in the award-winning Applecross Inn and take in the amazing views. An absolute must for your holiday.
Applecross
Applecross

TOUR 6 - KYLE, SKYE & THE CUILLINS

Visit the stunning and ancient Isle of Skye. Swim in the Fairy Pools, have a meal at the award winning Three Chimneys Restaurant or visit the Old Man of Storr.
Isle of Skye
Skye

TOUR 7 - CULLODEN BATTLEFIELD, CLAVA CAIRNS, CAWDOR CASTLE AND FORT GEORGE

Visit the site of the last battle on British soil in 1746. See the Clan graves, Cumberland’s Stone and the superb visitors centre; immerse yourself in history whilst listening to the audio-visual experience. After leaving the battle field take a trip up to the Clava Cairns and go back in history amongst these well preserved stone-age burial chambers, before visiting Cawdor Castle, immortalised by Sir William Shakespeare in his historic play, Macbeth.
See inside the beautiful 17th century home of the Dowager Lady Cawdor, wander around the spectacular grounds and admire the many unusual and rare plants on display. For the golfers, there is a well kept 9-hole course for your enjoyment.
Visit Fort George he finest example of 18th Century military engineering anywhere in the British Isles, strategically located on a peninsular jutting out into the Moray Firth, home of a large bottleneck dolphin pod. Walk the ramparts and maybe catch a glimpse of the dolphins as they breach the waters of the firth. Visit the Highlander Museum, Grand Magazine, Barracks and the Chapel and get an insight into the history of the Fort and its 1600 strong infantry garrison.
Cawdor Castle
Cawdor
Fort George
Fort George
Clava Carins
Clava
Culloden Battlefields
Culloden
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