We can help organise all of the above and more, all tailored to
your exact requirements of course, however here is a tantalising
teaser to start…
Day 1: Starting your visit in Inverness, take a ride around Loch
Ness on the back of a chauffeured motor-trike exploring the
landscape that is so rich in local myth and mystery. After lunch at
The Cawdor tavern, marvel at the history of Cawdor Castle before
trying your hand at Duck herding with a sheepdog.
Day 2: Head to the Cairngorn National Park to take on a hill or
two followed by a hearty Scottish pub lunch. Afterwards take to the
high seas for Dolphin Spotting in the Moray Firth.
Day 3: Drive north to a spectacularly dramatic castle
overlooking the North Sea, visiting the home of Anta (purveyors of
fabulous fabrics, tartans and tweeds) en route. The afternoon is
spent playing cricket on the beach or perhaps heading out to sea
for a spot of whale watching.
Day 4: A day trip to the Orkney Isles (of which there are 47!)
to explore the wild and rugged Neolithic archaeological sites, the
internationally renowned creative and artistic industry and perhaps
lunch at a fabulous fish restaurant - you're not going to get
fresher fish than here!
Day 5: A sedate panoramic drive through the Highlands to the
west coast of Scotland brings you to your hotel. In the afternoon
there will be the chance to try clay pigeon shooting, followed by a
warming afternoon tea and a sunset walk before settling in for the
Day 6: A seriously active day awaits with the choice of Rock
Climbing, Abseiling, Gorge Walking, Sea Kayaking and Archery.
Day 7: A busy day as you head over to Skye for a night with
visits to Eilean Donan Castle, Broadford and Portree as well as
Dunvegan Castle. Wind up at the world famous Talisker Malt Whiskey
Distillery for a tour and (if you're old enough) a wee dram!
Day 8: Take to the water for an exhilarating wildlife and
sightseeing adventure to the remote Small Isles of Canna, Rum,
Eigg, and Soay plus the Cuillin Mountains and Loch Coruisk. Spot
whales, dolphins, sharks, seals, puffins, sea eagles and golden
eagles before heading back to the main land to board the Jacobite
Express - best known as the steam train in the Harry Potter
Day 9: Head to Edinburgh via The Trossachs (Loch Lomond) and
Stirling Castle, and on arrival enjoy a walking tour of the city
with a twilight visit to Edinburgh Castle.