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  • Looking across trees to Blair Castle, Pitlochry
    Blair Castle at Blair Atholl, near Pitlochry
  • Two cyclists pause by the Queen's View, a vantage point looking west towards Loch Tummel and Schiehallion
    The Queen's View, the panorama said to be the favourite of Queen Victoria following her 1866 visit to Scotland
  • A couple walking along a section of The Rob Roy Way, a long distance walking route, above Loch Tay near Kenmore
    The Rob Roy Way, a long distance walking route, above Loch Tay near Kenmore

One of the best ways to experience Perthshire is on a tour in the company of knowledgeable and experienced guide. Discover all the different ways you can explore this breathtaking region, whether by coach, bike, foot or even trike, and learn about the fascinating attractions and fun activities you can enjoy along the way.

Experience Perthshire’s glorious scenery by foot, bike or in a Land Rover on an unforgettable Highland Safari. Follow a kilted ranger into the unspoilt wilderness of Highland Perthshire and get up close to remarkable creatures like red deer and white ptarmigan while soaking up the dramatic alpine scenery. 

Be chauffeured around Perthshire’s charming towns and villages in 1600c trike with Trike Tours Scotland or why not learn about the centuries-old process of whisky distillation on a tour of one of the region’s historic distilleries which include Glenturret, the oldest in the country?

Explore at your own pace on foot, two wheels or by car and follow one of the region’s scenic and historic trails. The Loch Leven Heritage Trail runs 12.5 km around the north side of Scotland’s largest lowland loch while a section of the Perthshire Tourist Route traces the same line of General Wade’s 18th century military road through the atmospheric Sma’ Glen.

Take a look at the listings below and find out more tours in Perthshire.

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  1. Highland Safaris


    Off-Road Tour


    • 5 Visitor Attraction
    5 Visitor Attraction


    Winner of the `Best Visitor Experience in Scotland', enjoy Land Rover Safaris, our new Red Deer Centre, walking and Biking activities and Perthshire’s only Gold and Gem Panning Centre or relax and enjoy our award-winning cafe and shop.

  2. Cultybraggan Camp


    Historical Tour



    Guided Heritage Tours of Cultybraggan offer a fantastic discovery of Scotland's only preserved Second World War, Prisoner of War Camp 21. Explore the history of Comrie & this unique site that is Cultybraggan.

  3. Gradings

    Aberfeldy, Loch Tay and Glen Lyon

  4. Gradings


    Get off the beaten track and explore the brethtaking scenery of Atholl Estates on a 4x4 tour.

  5. Gradings

    Perth Area

    Wilderness Scotland family adventure and activity holidays in the Highlands take you through a journey of spectacular scenery and exciting activities.

  6. Broadsword Tours


    Tour Guides



    Broadsword Tours, the best way to tour Perthshire and beyond by car with your personal driver guide. Our tours are tailored to suit you and what you wish to see and do. Enjoy Scotland's magnificent scenery and grandeur to the full in comfort.

  7. Gradings

    • 4 Tour
    4 Tour


    Slainte Scotland provide tours of Perthshire which include delights such as Perth, the Crannog Centre and Scone Palace. We offer small group tours making sure that you see the sights that are often missed on larger coaches.

  8. Adventures in Breadalbane


    Historical Tour



    Highland Perthshire is the most stunning area of Scotland - a microcosm of the country with mountains, moors,glens lochs and rivers. The area is steeped in history, myths and legends.

  9. C-N-Do Perthshire


    Hiking Tour


    Perth Area

    For year round quality of the countryside, Perthshire is hard to beat. Lochs, rivers and hillsides combine in that extra special magical way that is just so appealing.

  10. Gradings


    Take in Scotland’s breathtaking scenery in a chauffeur-driven trike.


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