For a limited time we are offering a discounted price for the 4 day tour to Islay departing on March 28.
The regular price is £525 we are offering it for £475 for this departure date. That is a £50 saving!
Seats are limited so make sure to book before they are all gone.
This tour takes you away to a Scottish island paradise. Stunning scenery, ancient history, traditional culture and 8 of Scotland’s finest whisky distilleries… what more can you ask for?
Islay Whisky Adventure Tour
View Details Online: http://www.goscotlandtours.com/scottish-rt/scotland-tours/islay-whisky-tour.html#tour-description
Tour ID: 1074
Tour Theme: Whisky Tours
This tour starts from: Edinburgh or Glasgow
Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights
Find out more about what makes Islay whiskies so special, you will visit a number of the island’s distilleries and take a guided tour. There will, of course, be an opportunity to sample the whisky during these visits, as well as tastings at some distilleries.
Double/Twin Room Price
£525 (GBP) £475 (GBP)
Single Room Price
£ 610 (GBP) £ 525 (GBP)
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Discover the wonderful world of the Scottish Highlands. With many more Scotland Tours available from various location throughout Scotland there is a grand variety of options. New for 2012 day tours from Inverness to sights such as Isle of Skye, Eilean Donan Castle, Applecross, Caithness, Whisky Tour and more. Multi-day tours to Loch Ness, Glencoe, the Highlands and Skye are also departing more frequently from Edinburgh and Glasgow. On this edition of Go Scotland Tours Newsletter we will update you on the various speciality Scotland tours available for 2012.
Regular day tours from Inverness will be operating daily throughout the summer. Day tours that take you thorough some of Scotland’s most iconic scenery, past Loch Ness and Eilean Donan Castle reaching the Isle of Skye. Experience the scenic beauty on a tour to one of the remotest areas of Scotland, the Applecross eninsula. Journey over the Black Isle for some dolphin spotting by Moray Firth, monster spotting on Loch Ness and visit Glen Ord Malt Whisky Distillery. Tours from Inverness also going to the most northerly point on the British mainland of John O’Groats and excursions to Orkney Island. Also half day cruise tours to Loch Ness, and walking tour of Inverness – the Capital of the Highlands. For a personal touch you can hire a private guideto give you an in-depth experience of the highlands.
A tour of Scotland and the highlands would not be complete without a visit to Loch Ness. Spend a night on the shores of Loch Ness for an extra chance to spot our beloved monster. Drumnadrochit is at the centre of Loch Ness and the place of the two visitor centres. Fort Augustus is consider the hub of Loch Ness and is where most of the cruises depart that are equipped with sonar which is needed on your hunt for Nessie. Inverness is also popular for these overnight tours, a great spot for nightlife you must check out a Ceilidh at the Hootananny. Other tour options exist such as a ride on the Jacobite Steam Train used in the Harry Potter Movie, Bonnie Prince Charlie at Glenfinnan Viaduct, and Eilean Donnan Castle which was the scene of The Highlander movie.
Combo tours of Scotland are a great way to explore as much of Scotland as you can in one trip. Join us on a Scotland Island Hopping Adventure or Extravaganza! Scotland tours for up to 16 days on a journey along the western isles of Islay, Mull and Iona, Lewis and Harris, and more. These tours combine popular destinations like the Outer Hebrides and Orkney, The Whisky Coast Explorer, and even the Isle of Skye with the Lake District. An ultimate Scotch Whisky tour combo goes to Islay “the Whisky Isle” and the ever popular Speyside, a malt whisky heaven. These Scotland tours are not one continuous tour but two or more tours combined into one. This gives you a chance to meet more new travelling friends and the charming guides.
Start planning for your trip to Scotland now and contact a Go Scotland Tours representative!