time 10 Days / 9 Nights

Experience water tubing, rafting, and mini highland games at the Nae Limits Activity Centre in Perthshire. Enjoy an illustrious 10 days and 9 nights in the beautiful land of Scotland! This tour will be an unforgettable experience that you and your group do not want to miss out on.

inclusion Inclusions
  • 9 nights in a 4-star hotel
  • Daily breakfast
  • A traditional Scottish evening, including dinner & a show
  • Guided tour of Edinburgh
  • Entrance to Edinburgh Castle, Rosslyn Chapel, Glenkinchie Distillery, St Andrew’s Cathedral (or golf) Stirling Castle, Allanwater Brewhouse, Scone Palace, Dalwhinnie Distillery, Speyside Cooperage, Dunrobin Castle (or golf), Urquhart Castle, Glencoe Visitor Centre
  • Cruise on Loch Ness
  • Afternoon tea at Scone Palace



dates Itinerary
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Upon arrival to Edinburgh or Glasgow, you'll be transferred to your hotel where you will be able to have some time to rest before the evenings activities. In the evening, enjoy a Scottish Show with dinner that will give you a taste of what you are going to explore during your stay in Scotland.

After your Scottish breakfast, you will go on a tour of Edinburgh where you can appreciate the contrast between the 18th century Georgian "New Town" with its wide, tree lined streets and elegant squares and the medieval "Old Town." The Royal Mile is the backbone of the old quarter, running from the Palace of Holyrood House to Edinburgh Castle. You will visit Edinburgh Castle which dominates the city from its 400 foot rock where you will see the Scottish crown jewels and the Stone of Destiny, now back in Scotland where it belongs. In the afternoon, you will have time to discover the city on your own.


After your Scottish breakfast, you will head to Rosslyn chapel. The chapel took some 40 years to complete and its ornate stonework and mysterious symbolism have inspired and intrigued artists and visitors ever since. Today, there are countless theories, myths and legends associated with the Chapel, many of which are impossible to prove or disprove conclusively. In the afternoon, visit Glenkinchie distillery. Situated in the rolling, peaceful farmland of East Lothian, yet only 20 minutes from the capital city of Edinburgh, it has become known as ‘The Edinburgh Malt’. This is a typical lowland malt, displaying light, floral & fragrant aromas and flavors.

After your Scottish breakfast, you will enjoy a day playing golf at one of the many courses of St Andrews Links. Located in Fife, known as The Home of Golf thanks to its beautiful courses and long history and connection to the sport, Fife is a great place to get out on the greens. From the historic courses in St Andrews to the magnificent parkland courses inland, there are 50 courses for you to choose from. Non-golfers will have the day to visit St Andrew’s Cathedral, Castle and University on their own.

After your Scottish breakfast, you will go to Stirling Castle. Knights, nobles and foreign ambassadors once flocked to Stirling Castle to revel in its grandeur with its superb sculptures and beautiful gardens. It was a favored residence of the Stewart kings and queens who held grand celebrations from christenings to coronations. Today you can meet the costumed characters in the roles of bodyguards, court officials, maids of honour and servants who will welcome you into 16th century life. In the afternoon, you will go to Allanwater Brewhouse, during the tour you will learn the secret of the brewing techniques, all the while tasting all the available beers and ciders that have been produced on the premises. The tours are held in the Brewery itself, which is an intimate setting where tours are relaxed, informal, engaging, and personal. The tours are not scripted and every tour is unique.  The broad range of flavors available ensures that there is something for everyone, for beer drinkers who savor the more traditional brews right through to those with more eclectic tastes.


After your Scottish breakfast, you will visit Scone Palace where most of the Scottish Kings were crowned on the Moot hill on the sacred “Stone of Destiny." This stone was brought to Scone in the 9th century by Kenneth McAlpin, the King of Scots at that time as a gift to the Bishop of Scone Abbey. The stone has long been regarded as a symbol of independence for Scotland and although it was twice stolen in the last 700 years by the English it has been returned once more and is now proudly on display in our capital city. Today, the Earl of Mansfield‘s family lives in the castle built over the remains of the Abbey. Scone is famous for its inestimable collection of Louis XV vases. The visit will finish with an afternoon tea. Later on, enjoy a whisky tasting at Dalwhinnie Distillery. Looking over the flat base of Glen Truim from the height of 1,154 ft above sea level, the distillery boasts the highest elevation for a working distillery in all of Scotland.

After your Scottish breakfast, learn all about how the Whisky barrels are crafted at the Speyide Cooperage. Enjoy a journey through the lifecycle of the cask, see the highly skilled coopers at work and try it for yourself with the mini casks. In the afternoon, you will have time to discover the city on your own at your own pace.

After your Scottish breakfast, you will enjoy a day playing golf at Castle Stuart, a championship links course overlooking the Moray Firth and well-known landmarks that are synonymous with Inverness and the Black Isle - Kessock Bridge and Chanonry Lighthouse perhaps the most notable. Non-golfers can join a day tour to Dunrobin Castle. The property is the most northerly of Scotland's great houses and the largest in the Northern Highlands with 189 rooms. Dunrobin Castle is also one of Britain's oldest continuously inhabited houses dating back to the early 1300s, home to the Earls and later, the Dukes of Sutherland.



After your Scottish breakfast, you will cruise the waters of Loch Ness. Claimed sightings of the Loch Ness Monster date back to 1933, though there have been rumors of a beast in the waters since the 6th century AD. You will also be stopping at Urquhart Castle. This is where St Columba is said to have worked miracles in the 6th century, where acts of chivalry and defiance provided inspiration during the Wars of Independence and where the MacDonald Lords of the Isles struggled with the Crown for power. Continue through Fort William, located at the foot of Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Britain. Stop in Glencoe for a photo and continue toward the Trossachs where the hero Rob Roy McGregor lived in the 18th century. The day will finish with the arrival to Glasgow the biggest city in Scotland. In the evening you will have an optional farewell dinner that you can either indulge in or go and explore one last time before departure home.


Upon awakening, you will check out of your hotel and be transferred to either the Glasgow or Edinburgh Airport.