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Pitlochry: Bruar Canyoning Experience

1. Pitlochry: Bruar Canyoning Experience

Your experience will begin as you are welcomed by the expert and qualified ICOpro instructors. They will proceed to show you your equipment and tell you all about the awesome canyoning experience you are about to have. Once you are comfortably fitted into your warm wet suit, harness, helmet, and shoes, you will learn about canyoning. This will involve your guides talking you through how to jump, slide, and abseil safely. Your canyoning experience consists of journeying down the numerous beautiful waterfalls. Along the way, your instructor will guide you through the various different challenges. There are jumps which range from 1 meter up to 10 meters, but they will be left completely up to you if you choose to leap from them. There are many natural water slides and chutes, and along your descent, there will be some waterfall abseils which are perfect for a photo opportunity. The full trip lasts 3 hours from start to finish, and at the end of your trip, you will receive your ICOpro certification along with your free photos. Everything on this trip is challenge by choice, and expert instructors will be with you every step of the way.

Edinburgh: Isle of Skye & Highlands 3-Day Spanish Tour

2. Edinburgh: Isle of Skye & Highlands 3-Day Spanish Tour

Discover everything the beautiful, wild Scottish Highlands has to offer on a 3-day tour with an expert Spanish guide. Capture the stunning views of the famous Loch Ness, explore the Isle of Skye, and stroll around the medieval Inverness castle. Day 1: Meet your group in the morning, hop onto the van and head into the Highlands to Pitlochry, home to one of Scotland's oldest and most beautiful distilleries - Blair Athol Distillery. Explore the 37 kilometer long Loch Ness with a fascinating history. Learn some anecdotes of the lake and gaze at Urquhart Castle, the 13th-century castle which sits on the shore of Loch Ness. Visit Inverness, known as the capital of the Highlands, and enjoy the panoramic views from Inverness castle. Day 2: Stroll around Portree in your free time, trek along the well-known Man of Storr trail and contemplate the view at the stunning waterfall, Lealt Falls. See Kilt Rock, a section of sea cliffs 55 meters in height with an incredible waterfall. Finally, head to the famous Neist lighthouse a short walk along a cliff path. Featured on the cover of numerous magazines and postcards, the lighthouse is only five minutes away from the parking lot. Day 3: Visit Fort Augustus and learn about the Caledonian Canal lock system. From here, explore the majestic and deep valley of Glen Coe. Admire the beautiful scenery and narrow stone bridge in Killin, followed by a walk to see the monument of national hero, William Wallace. Lastly, see The Kelpies, two giant, Scottish folklore horse sculptures, one of the most visited tourist attractions in Scotland, in recent years. Take the opportunity to explore the River Carron before returning back to Edinburgh on the van.

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