Scottish Isles and Highlands Tour

This unique tour combines a tour of the Highlands with a cruise of the Inner Hebrides. Your journey begins in Edinburgh where we board a bus for a tour of the Highlands visiting ancient castles and sites including Falkland Palace, the home of Mary Queen of Scots.

A highlight will be a two night stay on Orkney exploring this ancient island including visiting a 5000 year old village and Skaill House which was often visited by Captain James Cook before he set off on his voyages of discovery.

At the end of our land tour we board our Majestic Line ship in Oban and enjoy a 6 night cruise aboard a chartered traditional wooden fishing boat lovingly converted to provide a charming and spacious cruising accommodation with every comfort.

The coastline of the Hebrides is one of the most unspoiled and beautiful natural environments in the world with breathtaking scenery and a haven for wildlife ; our cruising area is around Mull, one of the most unspoiled and beautiful natural environments in the world, rich in history, culture and wildlife.  Governor Lachlan Macquarie was born here and is where he is buried.   We will visit his mausoleum which is maintained by the National Trust of Australia (NSW)

As this tour is limited to 10 people due to the number of cabins available on our cruise boat, it is recommended that you book early.

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Tour Information

Tour Leader: Lorraine Collins – 0439 947 479.
Bookings/enquiries: David Smith, Travel on Capri, 1800 679 066

Photo:Your cruise ship at anchor, viewed from Eilean Donan castle

National Trust Way Holiday Tours

Join a National Trust Way Holiday Tour to enjoy travelling in comfort and style to some of the world’s most beautiful and intriguing locations.

Collect memories you will never forget, of exotic gardens, spectacular scenery, historic sites and buildings, wonderful food and wines – and friendships you will make in our small groups of people who share your interests and love of travel. By taking our tours, you know you are supporting the National Trust – and heritage everywhere.

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