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Experience one of the most dramatic landscapes on Earth during an Isle of Skye tour! Skye’s world-famous geography has provided the backdrop for Hollywood blockbusters and inspired some of the world’s finest literature and poetry. And, during your Isle of Skye trip, you’ll quickly figure out why. Skye delivers a plethora of options for sight-seeing and other activities. Some of the key things to do on an Isle of Skye trip involve taking a quick dip in the Fairy Pools, hiking into The Cuillin mountain range, or visiting Clan MacLeod’s Dunvegan Castle. So, hire a car and prepare to showcase your driving skills in a foreign land. It’s what to do on an Isle of Skye tour!

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  • Our tips for Isle of Skye Our tips for Isle of Skye
    • Skeeter beaters. Make sure to bring plenty of insect repellent. The Highlands play host to countless midges, known to locals as “wee bastards”, which are bugs similar to mosquitoes.
    • Expect the unexpected. On the Isle of Skye, the weather can change at the drop of a hat. Consider the flexibility of wearing layers.
    • Late again. The public busses on the Isle of Skye are known for being unreliable. Renting a car or joining a guided tour represent your best transportation options.
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    Best Time To Visit Unequivocally, spring and summer present the best weather for an Isle of Skye tour. Although the insects can emerge at full force during these months, all of the attractions and scenic locations are generally accessible and open to the public. Fall is quite chilly and even a bit gloomy, but can still make for an adventurous Skye trip. Winter brings the snow, which transforms Skye into a winter wonderland and creates some spectacular vistas. Keep in mind that some of the attractions may close due to inclement weather.
    Getting There Although you can drive to the Isle of Skye, the road from Glasgow stretches over 200 miles. Driving becomes easier once you have reached highway A82 North. Just follow the highway up to the A87, which will bring you to the Skye Bridge. You can also take the train from Glasgow to Mallaig and then ferry across to Skye. Otherwise, the cheapest option is taking the bus. There are usually three quick busses from Glasgow to Skye on the Scottish CityLink. They all still take over 6 hours and depart in the early morning, late morning, and afternoon.
    Money Saving Tips Psst. Want to save yourself a headache? Then, heed this insider tip: Once you leave the main towns of Portree and Broadford, you should expect zero cellular service. The value of renting a car with its own GPS cannot be understated.
    Did you know? Quick Trivia – Become a tour guide for your friends by rattling off these Isle of Skye factoids.
    • Many of the opening scenes of Ridley Scott’s Prometheus were filmed at The Old Man of Storr on the Isle of Skye.
    • Isle of Skye presents a wide variety of wildlife, including Atlantic puffins, golden eagles, mountain hares, grey seals, and wildcats, which are distinct from feral cats.
    • Hugh Magnus MacLeod of MacLeod owns Dunvegan Castle and the castle has served as seat to Clan MacLeod since the 1200’s.
    • The Inaccessible Pinnacle represents the only peak on the Isle of Skye that requires proper equipment and a high level of experience and skill.

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