Mountains, wilderness, castles, the swirl of bagpipes, the taste of whisky. Scotland never disappoints whether you are exploring historic Edinburgh or striding over the tranquil islands. A warm welcome awaits you in Bonnie Scotland.
The lovely resort of Dunoon is reached by a ferry across the Firth of Clyde and a scenic drive explores the shores of Holy Loch. A cruise on Loch Lomond gives a marvellous perspective of the landscape and there is more scenery on the Isle of Bute.Duration: 5 Days
You'll see the best of Bonnie Scotland from the train ride to Oban which goes over the Pass of Brander. Watch the Falls of Dochart as they rush through the village. No trip to Scotland would be complete without a taste of its most famous export and discover what the hollow mountain of Ben Cruachan hides inside!Duration: 7 Days
The route to Edinburgh takes in the Trossachs and Stirling with its history-filled castle. Scotland's capital has the Royal Mile and the imposing castle provides the theatrical backdrop to massed pipes, drums and dancing. Wonder at the Falkirk Wheel a ship lifting engineering triumph.Duration: 5 Days
Lively Oban is the water gateway to Mull and other islands. Beyond Mull is the deeply tranquil and spiritual Island of Iona with its early Christian history. A cable car ride up Aonach Mor offers far-reaching views to Glencoe and Ben Nevis.Duration: 7 Days
With its dramatic landscapes and romantic vistas, Scotland is a fabulous country. The Kyle of Lochalsh train ride is rightly one of the world's great railway routes. The drama of the highland landscapes can be appreciated from the watery splendour of Loch Ness.Duration: 8 Days
Loch Lomond's shore is unparalleled in beauty and is the first of many scenic lochs we visit. The Isle of Skye has majestic castles including Dunvegan. Wild and remote, the deserted north-westerly beaches shimmer with white sand. The Orkney Islands are steeped in ancient and more modern history with their mysterious prehistoric stones.Duration: 8 Days