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  • Available All Year Round
  • Pick-up and drop off from your accommodation in Edinburgh City or Airport
  • A private tour in your own vehicle, catering to your party only
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Multiple stop off points for photographs and learning about Scottish history
  • An experienced Scottish driver/guide
  • Flexible with viewing times at certain points of interest
  • Bottled water on board
  • Waterproofs available for the unpredictable rainy spells!


  • Food Allowance – we will stop for lunch and dinner but this will not be funded by the tour provider
  • Admission entrance to Inverary Castle


  • Craigie’s Working Farm
  • Loch Lomond
  • Inveraray Town
  • Inveraray Castle (entry 1st April – 31 October only, closed on Mondays & Tuesdays all year round)
  • Kilchurn Castle
  • Glencoe Visitor Centre
  • Rest and be Thankful
  • Inveraray Castle (entry 1st April – 31 October only, closed on Mondays & Tuesdays all year round)
  • Kilchurn Castle (grounds only until further notice)
  • Rannoch Moor
  • Loch Awe


9:00am Start


Departing from your Edinburgh City accommodation (or Edinburgh Airport pickup) at 9:00AM, your guide will stop at Craigie’s Farm. You’ll get to experience a working farm that has lots of Highland Cows that love carrots as treats. There’s also a cafe here to grab a coffee and/or a bite to eat to take on the go.

It is a 90 minute drive to the ‘foot steps’ of the Highlands and the beautiful village of Luss nestled on the banks of Loch Lomond overlooking Ben Lomond Munro awaits. Great photo opportunities. There’s a couple of gift shops and places for refreshments and toilet breaks here.

Only 30 minutes away and at over 800 feet, the Rest and be Thankful is a great stop for some photos of the stunning scenery all around you.

Early Afternoon

Only a 30 minute drive away, is the iconic Inveraray Castle, one of the few castles with residence, (Duke & Duchess of Argyle) and is the seat of the Clan Chief of Clan Campbell. Open Thursday to Monday, the castle grounds are freely open to the public (there is a charge if you wish to enter the castle) or there’s Inveraray Town with plenty of options for lunch and views of Loch Fyne.

A 30 minute drive takes us to Kilchurn Castle, used by the English army as a formidable barracks for over 200 years and surrounded by water on 3 sides – a great place for photos.

Late Afternoon


A 60 minute drive through the Glencoe mountain range, it’s scenery is Spectacular. The Glencoe Visitor Centre has a cafe and bathroom facilities and a traditional mud house that was a typical dwelling of the time. Glencoe itself has been designated as both a national nature reserve as well as part of a national scenic area.

Working our way back through Glencoe with multiple photo stops of the ‘3 sisters’, and other amazing photo stops, Rannoch Moor vantage point is 40 minutes away.

Our last stop, approximately 90 minutes away is the stunning Kelpies, 2 horse statues., 100 feet tall they are the tallest horse statues in the world.

PRICE LIST 2023 (prices are per vehicle)

Saloon Car (up to four passengers)


People Carrier (up to six passengers)


9 Seater Minibus
(up to 8 passengers)