The Isle of Skye with the famous Neist Point lighthouse visible under a stormy sky.
US$4,159.00 pp
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Tour code: BSJEE4

Tour Inclusions

A Scottish Journey

  • 10 days
  • Scotland
  • Max 18 Passengers


Towering mountains and enchanting lochs. Dramatic castles and quaint villages. Infamous battles and gripping legends. This Scottish Journey takes us from coastal cities to Hebridean islands, seeking out one-of-a-kind landscapes, mesmerising history and undeniable charm.

A Scottish Journey tour map for 2024.
  • Tour Starts/Ends
  • 1 Overnight Stop
  • Day Stop

Tour Highlights

  • Spend days touring the breathtaking Isle of Skye and Isle of Mull
  • Uncover the intricacies behind Scottish whisky culture with a tasting experience
  • Immerse yourself in the captivating history of Culloden Battlefield
  • Savour time exploring the magnificent Cairngorms National Park

Tour Itinerary

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  • Day 1 - Edinburgh (Scotland)

    Majestic landscapes, rich cultural heritage and imagination-firing stories: Scotland delivers on every level. After meeting the group at our hotel, we’ll get to know each other over a delicious welcome meal. Accommodation: Malmaison Edinburgh City (or similar)

    • Meals
      • Dinner
  • Day 2 - Edinburgh – St Andrews – Cairngorms National Park – Cairngorms Region

  • Day 3 - Cairngorms Region

  • Day 4 - Cairngorms Region – Cairngorms National Park – Inverness

  • Day 5 - Inverness

  • Day 6 - Inverness – Culloden, Loch Ness and Plockton – Isle of Skye

  • Day 7 - Isle of Skye

  • Day 8 - Isle of Skye – Isle of Mull

  • Day 9 - Isle of Mull – Isle of Iona – Isle of Mull

  • Day 10 - Isle of Mull – Stirling – Edinburgh

Tour Inclusions


- 9 nights in hand-picked accommodation

The Crew


Experienced Tour Leader and Driver



Premium mini-coach transportation


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  • 30th December 2019
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    Great tour leader! Fun experience.
  • 29th December 2019
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    Scenery disappointing Tour leader appeared tired and was at times boring There appeared to be friction at times between the driver and the tour leader.
  • 28th December 2019
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    England tour was okay But Scotland tour was horrible. Guid was poor. Accommodation very average. Gluten Free was not catered for properly. As it rained every day there as no ability to do alternative activities. Should have had an alternative. Would not recommend Back Roads to anyone.
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