Enter a Hive of Adventure and Beauty on Private Scottish Highlands Tours

When you visit the Northern end of Scotland doing a vast range of private Scottish Highlands tours, you will see the Scotland many imagine in their dreams.  There are majestic mountains, glens, many lochs, hidden beaches, ancient woods and Castles with fantastic history to name just a minor few.

The Highlands are often regarded as Scotland’s most romantic regions due to fabulous castles and the unspoiled nature of deep blue lochs, glens and rugged mountains. The fast changing weather conditions give the highlands a mystical touch as on clear days you see mountains that were not visible on cloudy days.  The highlands sparkle when the sun hits the snow-capped winter mountains.

Major historical events took place in regions here and with Scottish Highlands history tours, you can visit many of these fascinating and exciting sights events. These include Spoling Dyke where the most brutal example of clan warfare happened in late 16th century and Glen Shiel where a battle took place in 1719.

Let the activities begin!
Loch Ness
1 Loch Ness is among the largest Lochs in Scotland and famous all over the world for the elusive Loch Ness Monster, Nessie. It is some 23 miles long and has a depth of over 700 feet. The best way to explore the Loch and view the amazing coastline while looking for Nessie is with one of the boat tours the Scottish Highlands have available. The loch has many picturesque villages bordering, these include Foyers and Dores.
Eilean Donan Castle
2 One of the Sightseeing tours the Scottish Highlands offer is that to the iconic and possibly most recognised Castle in Scotland, the Eilean Donan Castle. It is isolated on a little island, ideally located overlooking the Isle of Skye at the point where three sea lochs unite and the forested mountains of Kintail surrounding it. There is much history attached to this castle which you learn as you explore this magnificent castle.
Ben Nevis
3 The king of mist-shrouded hills is the mountain of Ben Nevis. With Scottish Highlands adventure tours experience the highest mountain in the UK  by doing activities such a climbing, hiking, trekking or walking that come in a range of levels from easy to difficult.  You can expect to see the most breathtaking and spectacular views. It was once a very large active volcano that exploded and then collapsed inward millions of years ago.
Jacobite Steam Train
4 Novelty sightseeing tours the Scottish Highland has to offer tourists include the Jacobite Steam Train. Travel the 84 miles round trip on what is described as the most beautiful railway route in the UK starting from Ben Nevis it passes Lochs, rivers and villages including Glenfinnan, Fort William, Mallaig and Arising. The Jacobite Steam Train became even more popular after starring in the Harry Potter movies.
Urquhart Castle
5 The Urquhart Castle is a place to visit on Scottish Highlands history tours with it being part of 1,000 years of drama. From the ruins of this castle, you can witness stunning views of the Loch Ness, look into the ancient prison cell or climb the Grant Tower. It was here that St Columba during the 6th century worked miracles and where the Lords of the Isles, the MacDonalds, struggled for power with the Crown.
Cairngorm National Park
6 In the Scottish Highlands centre, you find Cairngorms National Park, a park with stunning landscapes, distilleries and castles. It is also another place to find some of the best Scottish Highlands Adventure tours. These include all types of snow-related activities in the winter, a range of biking tours, sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding, horseback riding, golfing, fishing, clay pigeon shooting and wildlife tours.
Culloden Battlefield
7 Make a stop at the Culloden Battlefield on Scottish Highlands history tours. It was here that the last great battle was fought in Scotland on 16th April 1746. It was this battle that determined the fate of the Stuarts and Scotland. In the visitor centre see the 360-degree film which realistically shows the events, learn first-hand accounts of the battle and from its roof have a spectacular view of the battlefield.
Dunrobin Castle
8 A Castle that would not look out of place in a fairytale is Dunrobin Castle. It was built in 1275 but the neo-Baronial style we see today came in the 19th century. With a guided tour visit some of the 189 rooms with the Drawing Room particularly impressive. Here you find Louis XV style furniture, 18th-century tapestries and fine portraits. The Italian-style gardens are immaculate landscaped and offer views of the Dornoch Firth.
Fort George
9 Bonnie Prince Charlie, George II, after the defeat at Culloden in 1746,  built Fort George as the ultimate defence against further unrest. This is the UK’s mightiest artillery fortification and took 22 years to finish. Explore the Highland Museum and learn the history of the fort, visit the historic barrack rooms, the garrison chapel and the grand magazine. There is also a dog cemetery for regimental mascots and officers dogs.
Highland Folk Museum
10 An open-air museum found in the Scottish Highlands is The Highland Folk Museum. It is believed to be the first of its kind to open when it opened in 1944. It is at this museum you can learn the life of working and domestic conditions of the Highland people from earlier years. See how they built their houses, how they dressed and how they worked the land. It is a great interactive way to visit a museum for all the family.

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