Guided Tours

TOUR 8: Fall Isle of Skye, Scotland Tour

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Tour Description:

The Isle of Skye is a truly magical place.The largest of the Inner Hebrides, its home to The Cuillin a rugged mountain range with fabulous hiking and climbing. On Skye we stay in the charming port town of Portree. We will hike the amazing Quiraing and Fariry Glen, MacLeods Tables and of course the Cuillin. We will also enjoy a fabulous walking tour of Edinburgh.

Tour Cost:

$3900; single supplement: $270

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September 26 – October 5 , 2018 – 9 Nights

Base Villages: Isle of Skye, Scotland

  • September 26: meet guides in Edinburgh
  • September 27: tour of Edinburgh
  • September 28: travel by train to Isle of Skye
  • September 29 – October 3: hike of Isle of Skye
  • October 4: train to Edinburgh
  • October 5: transport to the airport or help you to next destination
dunvegan castle on the isle of skye scotland, uk, gb
Old Harbor of Portree, Isle of Skye, Scotland, United Kingdom
Scenic view of Quiraing mountains in Isle of Skye, Scottish highlands, United Kingdom
Panorama of Quiraing mountains sunset at Isle of Skye, Scottish highlands, United Kingdom
Loch na Cuilce and Loch Coruisk with Black Cuillins in background, Isle of Skye, Scotland
Old Man of Storr and Cathedral Rock in front of the Storr cliff ridge on the Isle of Skye
Furry highland cow in Isle of Skye, Scotland
Stunning dusk at the Neist point lighthouse in Isle of Skye, Scotland

– Edinburgh (Balmoral Hotel)
– Isle of Skye  (Portree Hotel)


Highlights – Porteethe main town on Skye. Its name comes from the Gaelic Port-an-Righ,which translates as “King’s Port” and dates to a visit by King James V, plus a fleet of warships, in 1540, to persuade the island clans to support him. It had earlier been known as Kiltraglen. The centre of life in Portree is its harbor. This is in a superb natural setting, being surrounded by high ground and cliffs.

Highlights – Cuillin: a mountain range located near the center of the Isle of Skye. The true Cuillin is also known as the Black Cuillin to distinguish it from the Red Cuillin (na Beanntan Dearga, known locally as Red Hills). The space between these mountains is Glen Sligachan a large valley green and lush covered in heather. The glen viewed with the jagged ridges and peaks of the Cuillin is an amazing sight.

Highlights – MacLeod’s Tables: two impressive flat-topped mountains, Healabhal Beag and Healabhal Mor. They rise in gentle contrast to the jagged peaks of the Black Cuillin. The hike to the summit of Healabhal Beag is exhilarating and the views are breath-taking.

Guides: Shannon Harris and Navita Shyam

Call 1-888-478-4004 to book your vacation or for more details.