There are a variety of tour options available for exploring the Highlands. Take one of the Highland tours from Edinburgh and Glasgow and travel through the amazing scenic countryside in Perthshire, Argyll and the Trossachs as you head north. Once here, you can explore the compact Highland capital of Inverness with a walking or bike tour around this historic city and use it as base for venturing further around the region.
Across the Highlands, you’ll find various guided tours to help you make the most of your Highland visit. Mountain- and walking tours take you into the heart of wild, while photography tours let you capture a unique record of it. The area is teeming with wildlife and the many wildlife tours let you get up close and personal with lots of species, both on land and in the rich coastal waters surrounding it.
Check out the following companies for great-value Highland tours.
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Welcome to The Jacobite Officer The Jacobite Officer is a living history presentation that is both educational and entertaining. Let him take you on a journey through the centuries exploring the mystery and seduction of the Highlands. Let him open a
Tour departs Inverness Bus Station daily 7.15am. Enjoy our guided tour of the far north and see famous John O'Groats. Board the ferry to Orkney and enjoy a 6 hr tour of Orkney seeing the main sites. Return back to Inverness 9pm.
In these eco-aware times, many holidaymakers long to abandon the car; however grappling with Scottish train timetables and ferry charts is not for the faint-hearted. We have designed this holiday especially for ‘car-less’ travellers who want to exper
Welcome to Premier Tours
Great Glen House, Leachkin Road, INVERNESS
Hoping to see the famous Moray Firth dolphins or other marine wildlife like seals, porpoises, whales and seabirds? Look no further.
Whether it's general travel around Skye and Lochalsh or a tour of Skye we hope to meet all your requirements and provide an unforgettable experience.
Guided walks and wilderness camping trips in the Cairngorms and elsewhere in the Scottish Highlands.
Welcome to Hebridean Whale Cruises. Operating whale watching and wildlife cruises from Gairloch, on Scotland's spectacular north west coast.
We also offer Chandlery goods, fishing tackle and permits to fish in local rivers and lochs.
Arisaig Marine offers daily, off the beaten-track cruises all summer to the islands of Rum, Eigg and Muck.
Kyle of Lochalsh
The National Trust for Scotland rangers based at Kintail offer guided mountain walks and sea kayaking from their beautiful west coast location in the Highlands.
Welcome to Sporting Scotland Ltd
Welcome aboard the MV Stardust for an unforgettable experience with our 1-2 hour trips. See Skye from the sea, fabulous views and unbelievable wildlife.
Welcome to TRIAN Tours
Welcome to Go Glencoe Guiding, offering guided trips into the hills and mountains in Glencoe and further afield, for everyone!. Book onto our weekly scheduled day/half day trips or book us out for yourself, your own group or family (most welcome!).
Join us on a tour of Aviemore and the Cairngorms. We offer a small group tour service allowing you to experience the delights of the area as well as Aviemore, Boat of Garten and the many whisky distilleries.
Self-guided walking holidays and short breaks throughout Scotland.
Celtic Trails are the walking holiday specialists providing expert holiday planning that’s just right for you. Whether that means completing a route at an active pace or in a far more leisurely way each holiday is tailor-made to suit your own needs.
27 Melvaig, Gairloch
Welcome to Walking and Wildlife Adventures. Join our expert guides ; sea kayaking (seals, otters & seabirds), mountain walking or wildlife tours (Sea & Golden Eagles) in the beautiful Highlands of Scotland. Come and explore the secrets of Scotland.
Come aboard Spindrift for a wildlife watching and island visit. Visit the beautiful Isle of Rona or the Isle of Raasay from Portree pier.
Around Loch Ness is the perfect choice for a memorable visit to the Highlands of Scotland. You can walk in the footsteps of our ancestors, get up close to the rich natural heritage and history of the area, or simply relax and take in our spectacular