Make your adventure in the Scottish Highlands begin as soon as you arrive at the end of the gangway. Your group leader and guide for the day Gavin Nicholson of Invergordon Tours will be waiting in his kilt to welcome you and point you in the direction of your chariot for the day which is a Luxury 29 seater Air Conditioned Mini Coach.
“Tour Perfection” as described by one of our guests on this tour.
Why Choose this Tour:
- Dunrobin Castle, Gardens and Falconry Display
- Falls of Shin and the Salmon Leap (time of year dependent of seeing Salmon)
- Whisky Distillery Tour and Tasting at either Balblair or Glenmorangie Distilleries.
- The Royal Burgh of Dornoch
- Exceptional Scottish Highland Scenery
The Coach will leave Invergordon Port at 8:30am through the town of Invergordon and along the coastal road to Alness, passing by the world famous Dalmore Distillery and then climbing into the hills through Ardross to one of the best views in Scotland - Millionaire’s View.
Millionaire's View (as it's known to the locals) is the first stop and there will be plenty time to take pictures and take in the stunning scenery.
Afterwards we make our way for the Falls of Shin, enjoying the scenic route through the len and Bonar Bridge enroute. The Falls of Shin are famous for the Salmon Leap where Atlantic Salmon can often be seen leaping the falls.
Then it's a short drive to Dunrobin Castle & Gardens for a tour of the castle and grounds plus a fantastic falconry display. Dunrobin also has a wonderfully unique museum and is a real favourite on this trip.
After Dunrobin the adventure heads back south through Golspie to the Royal Burgh of Dornoch where there is a beautiful Scottish beach and wonderful little treasure troves such as the old Jail which has been turned into a shop selling locally made, hand crafted gifts, jewellery and works of art. It's also a great place to grab a bite to eat or an ice cream.
Finally the tour ends with a tour and tasting at either Balblair or Glenmorangie Distillery. The day then winds down with a drive through Tain, Scotland's oldest Royal Burgh on the way back to board your ship and sail into the sunset.
Terms and Conditions:
We cannot accept responsibility for conditions which are outside our control, e.g. the weather, the closure of visitor attractions etc. We reserve the right to alter or cancel our tour itineraries where necessary due to weather conditions, road closures, etc.