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Legendary Tours from Inverness

Located at the intersection where Loch Ness meets the Moray Firth, Inverness offers the perfect jumping-off point for exploring Scotland. Visitors come to the city to join a bus tour from Inverness to experience some of the finest scenery in the Highlands

Inverness is known, affectionately, as the “Capital of the Highlands” and has a beautiful riverside setting. The city boasts many historic buildings that can be found in the city centre and old town. You can discover more about the city’s story on the Inverness City Tour.

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Day Tours from Inverness

Many of Scotland’s most popular sites are within a short driving distance of Inverness. Loch Ness, Isle of Skye and even the farthest corners of the Highlands are all covered by our programme of Inverness coach tours.

Loch Ness Tours from Inverness

Cruising on Loch Ness

A stone’s throw from Inverness, you’ll find the mysterious Loch Ness. Be thrilled with personal stories about Nessie as you drive along the banks and gaze out over the dark and deep water.

Next, take to the water for a cruise across the loch to see the impressive ruins of Urquhart Castle, once the greatest fortress in the Highlands.

Join one of our Loch Ness boat tours from Inverness for your best chance to spot Nessie

Isle of Skye Tour from Inverness

Trotternish Peninsula, Isle of Skye

Just a short drive to the West lies the Isle of Skye. Inverness serves as a convenient departure point for exploring one of Scotland’s most beloved islands.

The tour bus ride to Skye takes you past some spectacular scenery, including the Seven Sisters of Kintail and Eilean Donan Castle.

We offer a choice of Skye tours departing from Inverness so you can customise your visit to the Magical Isle.

Inverness Whisky Tour

Visiting Glen Ord Distillery

Visiting the Highlands would be incomplete without a trip to local whisky distilleries. Inverness has eight distilleries within its immediate surroundings, and many tours venture further afield to Speyside, the home of Scottish whisky.

Book an Inverness Whisky Tour and get ready to experience the real Scottish spirit.

Highland Tours from Inverness 

As the unofficial capital of the Highlands, Inverness serves as the perfect departure point for extended tours to locations such as Orkney, the Outer Hebrides and North Coast 500. Whether you’re looking to see Scottish wildlife or experience the remote beauty of the Highlands, our Inverness Tours let you discover the best of Scotland.

Orkney Island Tours from Inverness

Yesnaby Sea Stack, Orkney

Join a 3-day tour to explore the prehistoric jewels of the Orkney Islands, including Skara Brae, Maeshowe and the Ring of Brodgar.

These sites are of such significance that UNESCO awarded them World Heritage Status. 

Outer Hebrides Tours from Inverness 

White sands of Luskentyre Beach, Harris

Take a small group tour to visit the fascinating Hebridean islands of Harris and Lewis. Based in Stornoway, discover beautiful beaches, wild landscapes and prehistoric treasures.

See how Harris Tweed is made using traditional methods and experience the rich Gaelic culture that makes these islands so special.

Scottish Tours from Inverness

Scenic Applecross

Cuillin Hills on Skye seen from Applecross

Take the famous North Coast 500 route and transverse the notorious Bealach na Ba Mountain Pass to reach the picturesque village of Applecross.

Enjoy stunning views over to the Isle of Skye and Raasay before returning to Inverness by way of Shieldaig and Loch Torridon.

Dolphin Tours Inverness

The Moray Firth is home to a community of around 200 bottlenose dolphins, the most northerly population in the World. Our tours visit Chanonry Point on the scenic Black Isle, one of the best coastal vantage points for observing these loveable mammals.  

Jacobite Steam Train Inverness

Jacobite Steam Train crossing the Glenfinnan Viaduct

Experience the journey of a lifetime when you board the famous Jacobite Steam Train in Mallaig. The 42-mile journey will take you along one of the most scenic railway lines in Europe.

Just like Harry Potter and his chums, your trip includes crossing the famous Glenfinnan Viaduct, just like the Hogwarts Express. 

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