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Private Tours of Scotland

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Outlander Filing Location Tours of Scotland
Visit the Outlander filming location.
Blackness Castle
Blackness Castle, the site of Fort William and the outside scenes for Wentworth Prison and Fort William. The Keepers Tower (the one the the wooden windows (not the centre tower) is where Jamie abseiled in and saved Claire stating "I'll mind you to take your hands off my wife"
Doune Castle (Castle Leoch)
Doune Castle AKA Castle Leoch, the MacKenzie castle
Culross
The scene of the black kirk and the gardens of Castle Leoch. Visit Mercat Square where the boy was nailed to the Piliary. Geillis Duncan house is also here (the only 3 story house). Culross Palace and Gardens aka the Doune Castle gardens.
Doune Castle (Castle Leoch)
Doune Castle AKA Castle Leoch, the MacKenzie castle
Falkland (scene of inverness)
Falkland, the site of Inverness. The statue thing in the centre is where ghost Jamie stood looking up at Claire brushing her hair in the window of the Covenanters Hotel. You will see a pocket Jamie in the window.
Midhope Castle, Lallybroch
Jamie Fraser's home

Join us on this magical tour to the land of the faeries passing through some of the most majestic scenery in the whole of Scotland. 

We offer a small group guaranteed tour (no larger than 16 persons). This trip allows you to escape the hustle and bustle of city life as we embark on a spectacular journey through the Scottish wilderness learning about the area's unique culture and history along the way.

It is also a fantastic tour for those interested in the Outlander series and the Jacobite era of Scottish history as we visit significant landmarks associated with this time such as Culloden Battlefield and Glenfinnan. You can add a 1-day Outlander Filming Locations tour with us if you are fans of the show.


Highlights

  • Glencoe
  • Loch Ness
  • Eilean Donan Castle
  • the beautiful Isle of Skye
  • Culloden Battlefield
  • And more

Itinerary

Day 1

Pick up from outside the Parish Halls Building on 266 George Street in Glasgow at 7 am. We will then make our way to the Fort William Train Station for those taking the Jacobite Steam Train (only available on the summer timetable). On the journey to Fort William, we will pass some beautiful sites such as Loch Lomond, Loch Tulla and Glencoe. There will be rest stop opportunities on the route and fantastic to get some great photographs too. 

Once at Fort William, we will drop our guests taking the train ride off at the station and depart with our guests who are not taking the train ride along the same journey to Mallaig. All of our guests will accompany us during the winter months unless the Jacobite is operating on the date of travel in the winter (they have some festive timetables).  On this journey both the train guests and those who wish to stay with us will see the Glenfinnan Viaduct and Monument in the distance as well as the impressive Loch Nam Uamh. Once in Mallaig, we will meet up with everyone once again and have some free time to enjoy a spot of lunch and have a stroll around this picturesque seaside town (lunch not included) before taking the ferry to Skye. 

Once on Skye, we will make our way to your accommodation. We prefer to stay in the Portree area but Skye books up very quickly, so an early booking is advisable. (accommodation not included but we can assist in booking this for you, please inquire and remember to give us your room requirements, i.e. twin room / double and ensuite preferences.) Once we have dropped you off at your accommodation, this day will end, and it is a perfect chance to relax and prepare yourself for the rest of the trip.

 

Day 2

We will depart the accommodation early. The pickup times will be announced the day before as we may have to do several pickups due to the group most likely being scattered at various establishments. We will then make our way to Dunvegan Castle (entrance fee not included and only available during the Summer timetable) and enjoy a visit to this impressive castle and gardens, the ancestral home to the Chiefs of the Clan MacLeod. 

We will then make our way for the Talisker Whisky Distillery where you will have time for a tasting and a walk around their exhibition centre and shop (not included in the tour). We will then have some lunch at the famous Oyster Shack nearby, or you are free to pick up a sandwich or similar if seafood does not appeal to you (lunch not included). After lunch, we will continue to Neist Point, one of the most scenic viewpoints on the island and on a sunny day you can enjoy views over to the isles. On the return journey, we will stop at the Fairy Pools which does require an element of walking (around 20 minutes down and then again on the way back). If mobility is an issue, you are welcome to stay with the vehicle and have a walk to the first waterfall with beautiful views of Glenbrittle and the Black Cuillins.

We will then return back to your accommodation where the day will end. 

 

Day 3   

Check out of your accommodation at a time to be defined and enjoy a morning tour of Skye. On this trip, you will see delights such as the Old Man of Storr, Lealt Falls, Kilt Rock, and the Quiraing. If there is time, we will also make a trip to the Fairy Glen and Uig where you will have the opportunity to visit the brewery. 

We will then make our way into Portree where you can have some free time to explore this harbour town and enjoy some lunch (not included). 

After Portree, we will continue our journey towards Inverness going over the Skye Bridge. On this journey, we will make photo and rest stops at Eilean Donan Castle, Glen Shiel and Loch Ness at Fort Augustus. 

You will then check into your Inverness accommodation at which point this day of touring will end. 

 

Day 4

Check out of accommodation and pick up at a time to be defined beforehand. We will then make our way for the Clansman Pontoon where you will catch a Loch Ness Cruise to Urquhart Castle. The boat trip is a 30-minute loch cruise which includes full commentary on board. You will arrive at the pier at Urquhart Castle where you can enjoy an hour visit at this ruin of a once formidable fortress in the Highlands. (Loch cruise and entrance to castle not included however you purchase both together at the cruise ticket booth).

After our visit to the Loch, we will make the journey to the Culloden Battlefield, where you can enjoy a light lunch (not included) and a tour of the battlefield provided by ourselves. Afterwards, we will visit the nearby Clava Cairns - a group of 3 - 4000-year-old burial cairns and standing stones.

We will then continue our journey back to Glasgow, making a stop at the Highland Perthshire town of Pitlochry for a comfort break and refreshments.

We will arrive back at 266 George Street in Glasgow at around 8 pm where the tour will end.

We will say our goodbyes, toast your honour and haste ye back again!

Booking

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*Please note that a standard booking fee of £5 will be charged on all online and telephone bookings.*

 

Prices

£595 / $785(est) / 667 EUR (est) per person. 

 

Please note the costs are according to the amount in British Pounds. The amount in US Dollars and Euros is subject to the exchange rate. Please check the current exchange rate conversions for up to date information.

 

Inclusions:

The price does include snacks each day, bottled water and entrance fees.

Exclusions:

This tour does not include flights, accommodation and meals unless otherwise stated.