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From Inverness: Glen Affric, Culloden and Clava Cairns Tour

1. From Inverness: Glen Affric, Culloden and Clava Cairns Tour

Leave Inverness in the morning and begin your full-day tour with a trip to the ancient burial site of Clava Cairns. This Bronze-Age graveyard has survived 4 millennia and is a great spot to take photos.  Afterward, you’ll head to Culloden, one of the most important sites in Scottish history. It was here that a 60-year series of uprisings finally ended in a tumultuous battle in 1745.  Explore the visitor center and pay tribute to those who lost their lives at the last ever battle fought on British soil. Continue to Glen Affric and stop to walk among the indigenous Caledonian pine trees. Enjoy views over Loch Affric and the mountains beyond, with your expert guide taking you to the best waterfalls and photo spots.  Afterward, explore the historic ruins of Beauly Priory, a monastery dating back to the 13th century. To cap things off, you’ll head to the shores of Loch Ness, before ending up back in the center of Inverness in the early evening.

From Glasgow or Edinburgh: Scottish Whisky Tour

2. From Glasgow or Edinburgh: Scottish Whisky Tour

Discover the ultimate tour for whisky lovers and get a real taste of life in the Highlands and Scottish countryside. Your driver, a Scottish whisky ambassador, will share their knowledge and stories with you along the way, and may even stop for an extra dram or 2 along the way. Begin your adventure by heading across the Forth River and heading up to the Highlands where you will stop at your first distillery, the world-famous Dalwhinnie Distillery, which was built in 1897 and is Scotland's highest distillery. Break for lunch at the famous House of Braur, where you can also pick up gifts and souvenirs from your time in Scotland. Afterward, head to your second distillery, Blair Atholl, which is the oldest working distillery in Scotland and was founded in 1798. If time permits, stop at one more distillery on the way back to your hotel for one final tasting.

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What people are saying about Scottish Highlands

Good informative tour led by Amy. Included multiple plugs for the Outlander series.. Its no longer on Netflix its on some Starz platform?? Really enjoyed the tour especially the neolithic aspects and the Glenafric walk which deserved, I think, much more time. I would happily have skipped the farmyard visit to see the cattle and alpacas to spend more time at Glenafric, the neolithic site, or both.

We went on the tour last year and had an amazing time. This year it definitely lived up to our expectations. Our tour guide Willy was so friendly and so knowledgeable and really cared about the places we were visiting. Fully recommend rabbies for any tours and can’t wait to join them again in the future.

A mix of people from across the world. I was quite tired after busy few days, but everyone allowed to go at own pace

Great tour, even better guide. Lots of history and wonderful Scottish music. Really enjoyed the day.

Guide was very nice. Only complaint was not enough time in Clava Cairns.