Our whisky and castle tours of Scotland bring you variously to a choice of regions, namely Islay, The Lowlands, Royal Deeside, the Highlands and of course, Speyside, famous for their scotch whisky!
The isle of Islay, known as the queen of the Hebrides, is renowned for its smoky and peaty flavoured scotch whiskies – including the trio of Laphroaig, Lagavulin and Ardbeg. In addition to its 9 active distilleries, the island has many other features worth the sail across from the Scottish mainland, such as rare wildlife, an incredible coastline with some fabulous beaches, stunning views across the water to Jura in the north and to Northern Ireland in the south, an array of beautiful walks of varying levels of difficulty, a stunning links golf course and many historic and indeed pre-historic sites.
Each of the other above-mentioned regions, offer an abundance of scenic walks, golf courses, castles, historic sites, many mountains, glens and lochs, boat trips to various islands and of course an abundance of world-famous scotch whisky distilleries. Learn about the clans and tartans that emanate from these regions, steeped in lore and mystery, of the fierce battles fought on the now gentle green glens that are the fabric of the Scottish landscape.
If your idea of a perfect vacation includes being exposed to other cultures and interacting with local people whilst savouring your favourite dram of single malt, then look no further than these exclusive tours.
Our scotch whisky and castle tours offer the perfect blend of cultural history and amazing scenery with a spiritual experience like no other. These tours include visits to exclusive historic sites as well as to some of the more famous lochs and castles the country has to offer. They also include tours of a variety of scotch whisky distilleries. Our summer Lowlands tours include an option to stop at the famous Edinburgh Festival.
Enjoy the special atmosphere of travelling with a small group of people who share your interest and vision, while being guided by an authentic kosher-keeping Scotsman.
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