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* A traveler said: "Alison was an excellent guide informative, humorous and knowledgeable of Inverness and it’s history and surroundings."
* A traveler said: "This tour was amazing, a dream coming true! Even with a raining day the ferry was stable and safe! Everybody was very very profissionals!"
* A traveler said: "Very enjoyable and informative. Beautiful scenery and stunning views. Well worth the money. Driver was knowledgeable and funny."
* A traveler said: "Commentary full of history very intersting. Boat was spotless crew friendly.Stopped right by urghart castle for photos views were stunning and we could take our dogs as we were on holiday and didn't want to leave them in the accommodation or in the car which was the reason we booked it"
* A traveler said: "The scenery is amazing! The bikes are excellent and reliable. You can go in you own pace and nobody is rushing you, if you want to stop to take in the beautiful view on the way. We had an amazing time! Strongly recommend 👌🏾"
* A traveler said: "Fantastic tour with a really interesting commentary by the tour guide, Ray. Good stops and enough time at Dunrobin Castle to include a falconry display which was excellent. Fascinating stops and wonderful music on the bus. Highly recommend this tour."
* A traveler said: "How lucky we were to spend the day with our knowledgeable and captivating guide visiting the beautiful Highland treasures Glen Afffric and Plodda Falls. Jamie provided us with so much information and thoughtful conversation while managing all the details of our excursion with relaxed professionalism. Highly recommended!"
* A traveler said: "Great tour, Duncan wa a fantastic tour guide, loved cairngorms, a true gem in the highlands. I'm not a whiskey fan, but the glen fiddich tour was very interesting and the wee dream tasting at the end was a very nice ending to the dat."
* A traveler said: "My wife and I had a great time on the tour with John while visiting from London. We felt safe, not-rushed and well guided. Will be waiting for John to visit Mongolia back!"
* A traveler said: "The entire tour was amazing. Gavin is a true gentleman and his knowledge of whisky and the history of the area and his heritage is outstanding. This tour was by far one of the highlights of our trip to Scotland. We will most definitely do this again!!"
* A traveler said: "When I booked I didn't realise this was a private tour, so myself and Debbie were really pleased when we met John and we were going to be able to have his attention and have some freedom in what we did during the day. John is very knowledgeable in all things highlands and has a great sense of humour so that made the trip really enjoyable. We started off travelling to Loch Ness and had photo opportunities across the Lake. What was great is that John let us have the time we wanted on each stop and nothing was rushed this was really refreshing. During the day we fitted in a lot without rushing, we saw Loch Ness, Urquhart Castle, Highland Cows, Clootie Well, Culloden Battlefield and sent some time at the visitor centre there. Stopped off for some lunch in the picturesque Beauly, visited the beautiful and peaceful Clava Cairns and although we didn't get to Glen Ord distillery John shared some drams of Whiskey, of various types, in a very personal tasting. John is a great guide and a person that is easy to spend the day with. Many thanks John for a perfect day in the Highlands. Miles & Debbie"
* A traveler said: "Gavin gives the best private tour for whisky distilleries. Gavin is incredibly knowledgable and gave us a fantastic day!!!"
* A traveler said: "My sister Jenni and I booked a private tour of the Highlands so we could see as much as possible in one day. (This was a side trip on a longer London stay.) Our guide Jim arrived at Kingsmill Hotel in Inverness sharply at nine in the morning. He was nattily dressed in a kilt and traditional broad-shouldered black jacket. With charm and enthusiasm, he ushered us into a posh Audi to see Loch Ness and the ruins of Urquhart Castle straightaway. Inverness was romantically atmospheric with rolling fog and scattered sunshine. We enjoyed a tour and Scotch tasting at Glen Ord distillery and savored clotted cream shortbread on our way to see the Culloden battlefield and the mysterious Clava Cairn stones. Here, Jim gamely played "Jamie Fraser" to my sister's "Claire Randall" for the requisite Outlander photo. It was mid October and we had many of the sites to ourselves. The fall colors were gorgeous as we drove through the countryside to see the famous railway viaduct from the Harry Potter movies. We checked off every item on our Must-See list and loved the whole experience. We highly recommend Whisky Tours for customized day trips with friendly, bonafide Highland guides."
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- Caledonian Canal
- Tomnahurich (Fairy Hill)
- Cawdor Castle and Gardens
- Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition
- Chanonry Point
- Fort George
- Inverewe (Inverewe Garden & Estate)
- Fort Augustus
- Corrieshalloch Gorge
- Old High Church (Old High St. Stephen’s)
- River Ness (Abhainn Nis)
- Inverness Cathedral (St. Andrew's Cathedral)
- Eden Court Theatre and Cinema
- Hugh Miller’s Birthplace Cottage & Museum
- Glen Ord Distillery
- Rogie Falls
- Whin Park
- Merkinch Local Nature Reserve
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