Head a little off the beaten path on this tour of Scotland’s rugged Highlands, coastal byways, and the archaeological treasures on Orkney and the Isle of Skye. Explore Scotland’s traditional culture along its gorgeous coastline and remote islands.
This trip is the perfect combination of two great countries in one itinerary. Start in Glasgow before exploring the Scottish Highlands with a Loch Ness cruise and whisky tasting. After visiting St Andrews and Edinburgh, take a quick ferry ride to Ireland and get to know the southern part of Ireland, including Dublin, Blarney, Killarney and the Cliffs of Moher.
On this quintessential Scottish experience, you visit majestic castles, cruise on Loch Lomond, and visit Edinburgh Castle. You’ll sample Scotch Whiskey, learn of Mary Queen of Scots, Bonnie Prince Charles, and the Atholl Highlanders. Ending with the unforgettable Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, this is an ideal trip for first-timers to Scotland.
See Iceland’s highlights and hidden gems on an introductory tour of this spectacular island. Start in Reykjavik, Iceland’s Capital City where you will be charmed by the natural beauty surrounding it and the beautiful brightly-colored rooftops. Discover Reynisfjara’s black sand beach and rock formations that legend has it were formed by trolls centuries ago. Visit the famed Golden Circle including the spectacular Thingvellir National Park, a meeting place of old Icelandic clans. No trip to Iceland would be complete without a stop to the Blue Lagoon, a large man-made lake surrounded by a lava field which is also a geothermal spa.
Enjoy this leisurely paced 9 day tour that offers a little of everything. Start in Dublin with a City Tour. As you make your way south visit the House of Waterford Crystal, Jameson Distillery and a visit to Blarney Castle, with a kiss for good luck. Then continue onto Killarney and the scenic Ring of Kerry. As you travel north visit the famous Cliffs of Moher for that perfect photo opportunity and then onto a two-night stay at the Lodge at Ashford Castle, former estate of the Guinness Family.