Tesla Tours of the North Coast 500
Experience a truly unforgettable private chauffeur-driven tour with your 'North Coast 500' Official Partner.
Since the launch of the all-electric Tesla Grand Tourer, exploring the North Coast 500 has never been more exciting. As an Official Partner, Ecosse EV - Tesla Tours of Scotland takes touring to the next level, combining luxury private travel ,whilst addressing the global need to reduce carbon emissions.
Travel in the quiet,safe and luxurious cabin of our all-electric fleet, enjoying superb all-round views through the panoramic glass roof and cutting-edge air filtration technology. The smooth ride and Tesla performance, means you will be sure to experience our magnificent country in all its glory and in an environmentally-friendly way.
Affectionately known as Scotland's answer to 'Route 66', the NC500 - as it's more commonly referred, is a 516 mile circular route, that starts and ends in the Capital of the Highlands - Inverness.
The route can be enjoyed in both a clockwise and anti-clockwise direction - it's up to you! A suggested itinerary might look something like this:
Day One – Inverness to Torridon
Meet your chauffeur and depart in the morning along one of the most scenic parts of Scotland. Your route includes Loch Ness and the famous Bealach na Bà - with its series of hairpin bends and situated over 2,000 feet above sea level - the views are absolutely stunning. Continue through Applecross and arrive at your hotel in Torridon.
Day Two – Northwards to Lochinver
Leaving Torridon, continue along the spectacular route, through beautiful villages, along the lochs, whilst surrounded by magnificent mountains.
Day Three – Continue North to Durness
Depart Lochinver via Achmelvich Beach, Stoer Point Lighthouse and the Old Man of Stoer en route towards Durness - one of the most remotest parts of the UK, with unforgettable coastal scenery.
Day Four – Heading East to Caithness
Your tour continues along Scotland’s far North-eastern corner and along the North coast towards Thurso. This part of the route is rich in archaeological remnants of a bygone age. The geological features of
the Caithness coastline feature soaring sea stacks, raucous colonies of sea birds, and vertically faced headlands jutting out into the wild waters of the Pentland Firth.
Day Five – Heading South to Tain
Departing Thurso, you'll first head towards the most northerly tip of the UK mainland at Dunnet Head and John O’Groats. You will then travel south towards Scotland's oldest Royal Borough of Tain, with stops en route at Keiss Harbour and Walligoe Steps.
Day Six – The Road to Inverness
A shorter drive today, which will give you ample time to explore the East Ross seaboard villages, and fabulous Pictish past. Stopping off for unsurpassed views from the Fyrish monument. Arrive back and spend the rest of the day in and around Inverness, whilst contemplating all you have experienced over the last few days.
Tours are completely customisable and easily extended to include onward travel to Edinburgh or Glasgow.
Price on Request
January — December
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Ecosse EV Ltd - Eco-friendly Tesla Tours of Scotland
For an unforgettable Scottish vacation, why not hire your very own private chauffeur? Ecosse EV will tailor the perfect trip to suit your interests and duration. As Official Partners of the North Coast 500 - you can also explore Scotland's very own 'Route 66' in the quiet refinement of our eco-friendly Tesla Model S vehicles. See the best of what our beautiful country has to offer; from castles in the Highlands to secret coves on the west coast of Scotland, from hidden Scotch whisky distilleries to our favourite gourmet experiences! Contact us today for more information.
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