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Scottish Highlands Tours

Discover Scotland at its most spectacular on top-rated Scottish Highlands tours from Glasgow, bookable on isango at the best prices! Discover the raw beauty of one of the most breathtaking places in the world with its undulating coastlines, majestic mountains, expansive skies, sparkling rivers and conifer-rich woodlands. Hike in the Cairngorms National Park, spot Nessie the monster in Loch Ness, walk along the picturesque cliffs at Ducansby Head, delve into Jacobite history in a museum, enjoy the verdant Glencoe, and last but definitely not the least, visit the magical Isle of Skye, one of the most popular parts of the highlands. Check out a wide range of Scottish Highlands tour packages on isango and plan your ideal vacation with transfers, guides, and accommodation included. Book now: Low price guaranteed!
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Our tips for Scottish Highlands

Hire an e-bike in Aviemore and enjoy a scenic ride up to Loch Morlich. Soak in the vibe of the forest and relax on the beach. The downhill journey is effortless and wonderfully pleasing to the senses. Enjoy a bird’s eye view of the Culloden Battlefield from the roof of the National Trust for Scotland visitor centre. Let your imagination take flight as you visualize the Jacobites and Redcoats lining up against each other – and the bloody aftermath. Enjoy a picturesque drive from the Loch Ness to the village of Mallaig via Fort William. Try some local seafood at the village before taking a ferry to the Isle of Skye.

Good to know

Best time to visit
The best time to visit the Scottish Highlands is from June to August. Summer is the ideal time to visit but the location of the region, it is far from a traditionally hot summer. The spring months of March to May are also a good time, although there will still be snow in the mountains.
Getting there
The best way to explore the region is by car. You could either rent a car or book a tour package that includes roundtrip transportation for a more hassle-free experience. The ideal way to get to the Scottish Highlands is to fly down to Edinburgh or Glasgow and take a car or bus to the highlands.
Money saving tips
Book your Scottish Highlands tickets and tours well in advance to grab the best rates. A quick research online will help you avail the best deals and offers. Eat like a local instead of fine dining. Enjoy the live energy in the local pubs and eateries where you can grab a pocket-friendly bite to eat. Buying water each time can be expensive. Carry a reusable water bottle with you. Most places will be happy to fill up your bottle without any extra charges. Travel during the off season (October to May) and save a ton of dough on travel and accommodation.
Did you know?
Whisky: The Highlands is the country’s largest whisky region with a profusion of styles coming from the wide array of coastlines, moors and mountains. The Highland Clearances: In the 1700s, there were mass evictions and emigration as capitalist farming had been discovered and sheep were considered more profitable than crafters living off the land. Kilts were introduced by the Gaelics in the Scottish Highlands in the 16th century.

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