Explore the Natural Wonders of Scotland on Our 3 Day Isle of Skye Tour from Edinburgh
Welcome to our 3 day Isle of Skye tour, where we take you on an unforgettable journey through the stunning Scottish Highlands. Departing from Edinburgh, we will take you on a private tour through some of the most iconic landmarks and natural landscapes in Scotland, including Dunkeld, Dalwhinnie, Eilean Donan Castle, Portree, Fairy Pools, Neist Point, Fairy Glen, Old Man of Storr, Fort Augustus, Loch Ness, Fort William, Glencoe, and Callander.
Dunkeld and Dalwhinnie:
Our tour begins with a stop at the picturesque town of Dunkeld, located on the banks of the River Tay. Here, you can explore the town’s historic landmarks, including the Dunkeld Cathedral and the Hermitage woodland. We’ll then continue to Dalwhinnie, where we’ll visit the Dalwhinnie Distillery, one of Scotland’s finest whisky distilleries.
Eilean Donan Castle:
Next, we’ll visit the iconic Eilean Donan Castle, one of Scotland’s most photographed landmarks. The castle is located on a small island in the middle of Loch Duich and is surrounded by stunning natural landscapes.
We’ll end the day by arriving at Portree, the largest town on the Isle of Skye and our base for the night. You’ll have the chance to explore the town’s quaint shops and cafes, and enjoy stunning views of the harbour.
Fairy Pools, Neist Point, Fairy Glen, and Old Man of Storr:
On day two, we’ll take you on a journey through some of the most stunning natural landscapes on the Isle of Skye. Our first stop will be the Fairy Pools, a series of crystal-clear pools and waterfalls located at the foot of the Cuillin Mountains.
We’ll then visit Neist Point, a rugged headland that offers breathtaking views of the surrounding sea and cliffs. Next, we’ll explore the Fairy Glen, a magical landscape of miniature hills, stone circles, and enchanting waterfalls.
Our final stop of the day will be the Old Man of Storr, a spectacular rock formation that towers over the landscape and offers panoramic views of the Isle of Skye.
We’ll end the day back in Portree, where you can relax and unwind after a day of exploring the natural wonders of the Isle of Skye.
Fort Augustus and Loch Ness, Fort William, Glencoe, and Callander:
On the final day of our tour, we’ll take you on a journey through some of Scotland’s most iconic landmarks and natural landscapes. Our first stop will be Fort Augustus and Loch Ness, where you can take a boat tour and search for the famous Loch Ness Monster.
Next, we’ll visit Fort William, a historic town located at the foot of Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the UK. We’ll then take you to Glencoe, a breathtaking valley that is famous for its stunning natural beauty.
The final stop on your 3 Day Isle of Skye tour
Our final stop of the day will be Callander, a picturesque town located in the heart of the Trossachs National Park. We’ll then drop you off in Edinburgh, where you can reflect on the unforgettable journey you’ve just experienced.
A little more info about the island
Did you know that the Isle of Skye is not actually an island? It is connected to the Scottish mainland by a bridge, which was completed in 1995. The island is home to some of Scotland’s most breathtaking landscapes, including the iconic Cuillin mountain range and the Quiraing rock formations.
Skye is also rich in history and legend, with stories of clan battles and ancient myths of fairies and giants. The island’s Dunvegan Castle is one of the oldest continuously inhabited castles in Scotland, and was once home to the Chiefs of Clan MacLeod. Skye is also known for its vibrant arts scene and traditional crafts, including the iconic Fair Isle knitwear and the Skye Boat Song, which tells the story of Bonnie Prince Charlie’s escape to the island after the Battle of Culloden.