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- Isle of Skye’s myths, legends and stunning scenery
- Loch Ness, search for the monster…
- Glencoe, scene of the infamous massacre
- Culloden Battlefield, site of the last major battle on British soil
- Eilean Donan Castle
• 2 nights shared dormitory accommodation
• Your legendary local Haggis guide
• Transport on one of the famous yellow HAGGiS buses
• FREE Lonely Planet guidebook
• FREE dram of Highland Whisky
• Go monster spotting on a Loch Ness cruise (summer only)
• Party the night away in Morags Lodge
• Tuck into some haggis (just don’t ask what it’s made from!)
• Try whisky at an optional Highland distillery visit
• Entrance fees
Day One: Edinburgh to Loch Ness
We leave Scotland's capital and head past the historic Stirling, home to legends such as William Wallace and Robert the Bruce and scene of many of Scotland’s most famous and bloody battles in the Wars of Independence. We continue north through dramatic Glencoe, the “Weeping Glen” and site of the infamous massacre of 1692. Continuing north to the Great Glen and under the shadow of Ben Nevis we arrive at Fort Augustus on the shores of Loch Ness.
Day Two: Isle of Skye
Today we explore the 'winged isle' or 'Isle of Mist' with its ruined castles, awesome scenery and home to the legendary MacLeod and MacDonald Clans. Immersed in Celtic myths and Viking legends, hear tales abound with faeries and fights, we explore the windswept landscape and brooding Red and Black Cuillin Mountain ranges. There is also the chance for a hike through this stunning environment before we return to the mainland past the beautiful Eilean Donan Castle.
Day Three: Loch Ness to Edinburgh
We follow the entire length of Loch Ness, searching for a glimpse of the legendary beast. Journeying on through Inverness, capital of the Highlands, we head for the sweeping and eerie Culloden Moor, sight of the defeat of Bonne Prince Charlie's Jacobite uprising. Heading south we make our way to Dunkeld with its mighty Cathedral and through Macbeth country before crossing the Forth Road Bridge and our return to Edinburgh atapprox 5pm.
Passengers must be 18 years and over to go on this tour. There is no upper age restriction.
This can be at the discretion of Haggis Adventures
Average age group 18-35
Edinburgh Departure: Haggis Office, 60 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1TB - 8.45am
Please arrive 15 minutes before scheduled departure time to check in for tour
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