Pre-History, Stunning Scenery & Island Life
Orkney & The Far North
Tour Only Price from £235
Tour with Accomodation Price from £245
North to Lewis and Harris...
Your first day takes you to Dunrobin Castle* the most northerly of Scotland's great houses and home of the Earls and Dukes of Sutherland. Here you can also enjoy a falconry display and a walk in its beautiful gardens. Then you will discover Knockan Crag Nature National Reserve and learn about one of the oldest landscapes in Europe. Your journey through the Sutherland area will then take you on to the beautiful seaside town of Ullapool, where you catch the ferry to the Isle of Lewis and Harris.
Ancient history and traditional tweed...
Picturesque Stornoway is the largest settlement in the Western Isles and your base for exploring the Island of Lewis and Harris. After you've explored the town, you'll head to the far north of the island to visit the Butt of Lewis lighthouse (the windiest place in the UK). The day also features visits to the ancient Callanish Standing Stones and Carloway Broch, an exceptionally well-preserved Iron Age structure located above
Castaways and coastal splendour...
Day three gives you the chance to explore Harris, which is the southern part of the island. First you'll visit the main port, Tarbert, then you'll travel a little west to look across the beautiful Sound of Taransay to the island made famous by the BBC's Castaway programme. Here you'll have the chance to stroll along what is arguably Harris' most beautiful beach, Lusekentyre. The day ends as you wave goodbye to the island, take the
& Carloway Broch Iron Age structure
Spectacular viewing platform
Check-in Closes 15 mins prior to departure at pick-up point
We really enjoyed our 3 day tour of the Outer Hebrides in Scotland. The bus sat 16 so it was a nice small group. The bus had
(Carole C – Trip Advisor – July 2018)
Excellent Tour impressive landscape, friendly group, I have seen a lot I have to come back to Lewis and Harris! Greetings to Fergie.
( Gettkowski Engel – September 2017)
I can’t tell you how much we enjoyed this tour. Our guide, Fergie was wonderful and we were able to learn many things we would not have without his knowledge of the area. I certainly recommend this to anyone. We will definitely go back someday.
(Janet – June 2017)
Orkney & The Far North