Steep mountains and lush glens border vast lochs. Castles and monuments fit into the landscape. Discover national parks, local wildlife and centuries of stories along the way.
Glen Coe is considered one of the classic Highland journeys. Mountains meet glens to create a strikingly beautiful landscape. The area is also infamous for the Massacre of Glencoe involving the MacDonald and Campbell clans.
Dating back 700 years, Dunrobin Castle is home to the Dukes of Sutherland. It is also one of Britain's oldest continuously inhabited houses. Its towering spires give Dunrobin the air of a fairy-tale castle.
Journey through some of Scotland’s most stunning scenery before descending towards the twinkling lights of this modern yet charming city. ‘The capital of the Highlands’ was founded in 565AD where tracks through romantic Highland glens met the River Ness – and there’s now plenty to explore thanks to the delights of its castle, cathedral, museums and market.
Cairngorm is the largest national park in Britain. It stretches from Highland mountain ranges to lochside beaches and embraces dense forests, local plants and rare wildlife.
Lose yourself in the beauty and drama of this Inner Hebridean island’s landscape. The jagged Cuillin Hills will astound and inspire you, while travelling to the Trotternish Peninsula will leave you gasping at the rocky pinnacle of the Old Man of Storr. Learn the secrets of Dunvegan Castle and feel your heart swell with the romantic tale of Bonnie Prince Charlie.
Imposing, wild and ominous, discover why generation after generation is drawn to the UK’s highest mountain. Proudly standing 4,406ft above sea level, this captivating peak commands respect as it gazes down over glens, lochs and rivers, with the town of Fort William nestling far below. Explore its heather-strewn slopes and see Scotland’s natural beauty at its finest.
The breath-taking sight of a golden eagle in flight is never forgotten. Keep a watchful eye during your trip to these beautiful hills and you may see the king of the wing soaring in the clouds above the dramatic scenery. The area is sandwiched between ancient craggy mountains and a sea loch, with an abundance of glorious walking, climbing and wildlife.
Unspoilt and remote, this northerly oasis is just waiting to be explored. After admiring the high cliffs and offshore stacks at Duncansby Head, pay a visit to John O’Groats, the UK’s most northerly village. Drink in the view of the rugged Flow Country and stop to admire some of the 4,000 monuments dating from prehistoric times to the Highland Clearances.
Island adventurers are spoilt for choice here, with incredible scenery and 23 inhabited isles to discover, including picturesque Mull, sacred Iona and the famous whisky lands of Islay. Only by spending time on each individual island do you realise that no two are the same, each one bursting with their own special culture, incredible landscapes and rare wildlife.
Falcons and eagles dominate the skies at Assynt, with their graceful flights sure to amaze those lucky enough to see them. The most sparsely populated corner of Europe is also home to imposing peaks such as Suilven, Quinag and Stac Pollaidh. It also boasts Scotland’s longest cave and is recognised by UNESCO as one of the world’s most outstanding landscapes.
Discover exactly why outdoor lovers flock to the Cairngorms. This majestic National Park is home to spectacular peaks and five of the UK’s highest mountains. This beautiful wilderness lures visitors back time and again, enchanted by its charming mix of glens, rivers and wildlife and the castles, battlefields and museums that lift the lid on the fascinating history of the Highlands.
The Loch Ness Monster - fact or fiction? Maybe you’ll find out on this splendid tour through the glorious Scottish Highlands.
Exploring the magical Isle of Skye and the picturesque Scottish Highlands including a trip on the real Hogwarts Express makes for a very special touring experience.
Experience the best of the Scottish Highlands on this 3-day Isle of Skye tour.
This popular “Scotland in one-day” tour will introduce you to some of the finest scenery the Highlands has to offer including, of course, Loch Ness
Take your sightseeing to the Max on this amazing tour to the beautiful Scottish Highlands. This is Scotland’s most famous day tour!
The Ultimate Scottish day tour - a trip to Loch Ness through the picturesque scenery of the beautiful Scottish Highlands.
Highland history comes to life around every corner of this awe-inspiring two-day tour, with a host of castles, glens and lochs waiting to be discovered.
If you only have a couple of days to discover the true beauty of the Scottish Highlands, then this is the tour for you.
The ultimate Loch Ness Experience. This “Scotland in a day” tour combines many iconic must-see sights including Glen Coe, Loch Ness and the Cairngorms National Park.
Discover the scenic beauty of the North Coast 500, sail over the sea to Skye and explore the ancient history of the Orkney Islands on this magnificent tour.
During your time in London come north to explore the lively city of Glasgow and discover the beauty of the Scottish Highlands.
Leave London behind to discover the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow as well as the natural beauty of the Scottish Highlands
On this short break from London discover elegant Edinburgh then head to the Highlands to explore the Isle of Skye and the Northern Highlands.
Take a fascinating journey to the very tip of Scotland, exploring landmarks steeped in history every step of the way.
This short tour to Scotland’s picturesque North West Highlands includes the opportunity to visit iconic Eilean Donan Castle.