Tour the Best of Scotland on this 9-day Tour

On this private tour of Scotland, visit the land of bagpipes, ancient monuments, abbeys, castles, highland cows, and breathtaking countryside. Scotland buzzes with eternal charm. 


Tour Highlights


  • Enjoy a luxury cruise to the Isle of Bute
  • Spot the wallabies at Inchconnachan
  • Explore the highlands where scenes from the Harry Potter moviewere filmed
  • Stay in an exotic tent on the beach.

A tour at a glance

Tour Price

Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.

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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Edinburgh's Old Town

On arrival, meet your private guide at the airport, who will transfer you to your luxury hotel. After lunch, begin your tour of  Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. The city boasts several titles, including the Original seat of enlightenment, the world's First city of literature, and the Athens of the North.


Wander along the Royal Mile, St Giles' Cathedral, the Parliament Building, Arthur's Seat, and the Palace. You will also visit the Scottish National Gallery and National Museum of Scotland to learn about the country's history, art, heritage, and culture. 

In the evening, indulge in local restaurants, followed by a trip to Sandy Bell's pub to enjoy conventional folk singers and musicians.

Day 2: Leith

After breakfast, your private guide will take you to the Princes St. Gardens and the towering Castle over the city. Venture down to Dean Village, a splendid area adorned with the flowing water of Leith, charming cobblestones, and eccentric old houses with a streaming heritage. In the evening, have dinner at a traditional at The Stand Comedy Club for a fun time.


Day 3: Glasgow: he musical city

Adorned with splendid architecture and art, Glasgow is both the largest and most musical city in Scotland. Embark on a short train journey from Edinburgh. On reaching Glasgow, your local guide will meet you and escort you to your hotel. Then, set off to explore the city. See the City Chambers in all its splendor with its flowing Carrera marble staircase and gold-leafed ornamentation.

Other major attractions in the area include the Gallery of Modern Art, the Style Mile, and The Lighthouse for spectacular views. Later in the evening, venture down Ashton Lane, which is one of the loveliest streets awash with fairy lights. 

Day 4: Isle of Bute

Head out to Wemyss Bay, where you will board a luxury cruise to the Isle of Bute. Look out for seals along the way! Bute is home to Mount Stuart House, a magnificent neo-gothic architectural masterpiece. Later in the evening, explore some fantastic shops, including the famous seaweed shops. Stay in a beachside glamping pod this evening. 

Day 5: Loch Lomond

Bid farewell to Bute and move ahead to soak up the tranquility of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, which is like a dream for geologists, adventure enthusiasts, and outdoor lovers. Explore this rambling mass of brooding forests, sweeping hills, and a network of sparkling lochs. Witness Loch and its tiny islands on a luxury cruise with your guide, especially Inchconnachan with its wallaby colony! 

Day 6: The Highlands

Today, feel the essence of the Highlands and bolster yourself for the other-worldly beauty close to Glen Coe. This mystical area was created from a super volcano and has acted as a set for several films, including Skyfall and Harry Potter. After spending a day in the highlands, have dinner in a luxury hotel and head to the hotel for rest.

Day 7: Skye

Today, make your way upwards to the magical Skye. Along the way, the major attraction includes the Glenfinnan Aqueduct, an enthralling 20-arched railway bridge on the famous West Highland Line in Glenfinnan. 

From there, go to Mallaig and board a private speed boat to Armadale on Skye. Take note of the superb Cuillin mountain range. Move to Portree, the capital, to relish a delicious Scotlandisg dinner. Stay overnight at a hotel with the most scenic views.

Day 8: Loch Ness

After breakfast, move to Loch Ness on a 2-hour journey in a private luxury car. Pause en route to witness Eilean Donan Castle. This eminent castle is one of the most photographed places in the country and a sight for sore eyes. 

Enjoy the picturesque drive, and once you reach Loch Ness, you will board a luxury cruise to Urquhart Castle overlooking. Later, visit Inverness to experience various whisky distilleries, have dinner, and stay in a luxury hotel in Lochness. 

Day 9: Departure


Say goodbye to Scotland. Your guide will drop you off at the Inverness airport. 

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