Inverness Premier Tours have been doing historical and scenic tours around the Highlands for 15 years. We can accommodate up to 8 people. If you want a truly professional tour and a very memorial day, please get in touch.
Inverness Premier Tours
We do all sorts of tours including full day tours and half days tours that can be tailored made to your specifics needs. For a truly professional tour with a very experience tour guide and to experience the very best of the Scottish highlands. Our car has built in commentary microphone.
Tour 1 (Full Day)
The Isle of Skye
Going down Loch Ness through Glen Shiel to see some wonderful mountains, then onto Loch Duich and Eilean Donan Castle before you go onto the Isle of Skye to see Kyleakin, The Clan Macdonald centre, Talisken Distillery, Dunvegan Casle, Portree, Old man of Storr, Kilt rock, Macdonald Grave and ETC.
Tour 2 (4 hours) approx
Culloden Battlefield and Cawdor Castle
Culloden Battlefield then Clava Cairns, Thomas Telford railway viaduct, Then onto Cawdor Castle and gardens then finally onto Fort George.
Tour 3 (4 hours) approx
Tour down to Loch Ness and seeing the Caledonian Canal, or maybe take a boat trip up to Urquhart Castle from the Clansman hotel or onto the exhibition centre at Drumnadrochit, Then over to Beauly to see the old Priory, or take in a distillery at Glen Ord.
Tour 4 ( 5 hours) approx
A lovely tour going north of Inverness, Going into Dornoch to see the Cathedral, Castle, Old Jail and the Championship golf course. Going onto Loch Fleet to see highland cows, Birds and the seals basking not far from the roadside. Then onto one of the most beautiful castles in Scotland Dunrobin with beautiful gardens, Bird of prey show and a museum and if we got time we could finish of by seeing a twelve hundred year old Broch.
Tour 5 (3 hours) approx
Black Isle & Dolphins
We travel over the Kessock Bridge and over to the black Isle to see the dolphins at Channory point. Then we travel to the village of Cromarty to see the oil drilling rigs moored up at the Cromarty Firth and at cromarty you can see Hugh Millers Cottage and the Old Court House. On returning to Inverness we will see some lovely scenery.
Tour 6 (All Day)
John o Groats and the North
Going from Inverness via the A9 road passing through some lovely fishing village’s. Dunbeath the little Museum of Laidhay then through the town of wick to see Old Pulteney Whisky Distillery. Thought then to John o Groats the most northern village on the mainland Great Britain, then to see Duncansby head cliffs, Castle of Mey and numerous other places of interest.
Tour 7 (6 hrs) approx
The Famous Whisky Trail
The Famous Whisky Trail going over to Speyside and seeing some of the most famous names in Whiskey Glenfiddich, Glenlivet, Macallan, Glen Moray and many more. We also offer a shorter tour to local Glen Ord, Dalmore, Glenmorangie, Balblair and Clynlish.
Tour 8 (6-8 hr) approx
Premier Tours are now doing Outlander Tours. Follow Claire & Jamie's adventures around the Highlands. We visit, Culloden Battlefield, Standing Stones at Clava, Castle Leod, ancestral home of the Clan MacKenzie, Beauly, Stronghold of the Clan Frazer. You can also visit local distilleries that were owened by the Clan MacKenzie and other interesting locations around the Highlands. Please book early ... ask for the man with the Tratan Trousers.
New City Tours around Inverness only £15 each.
Places to see Loch-Ness, Cathedral, Eden Court Theatre, Caledonian Canal, Culloden Battlefields.