This tour is a mixture of motoring and military history set in one of the most breathtakingly beautiful parts of the UK. The motoring in Scotland is one of the highlights of this trip with dramatic and rugged scenery. The area has a proud tradition of military history and produced some fine warriors.
This is a bespoke tour for a group
The cost – including breakfast, lunch, dinner, hotel accommodation, ferries and accommodation, Shooting, museums and guide, but not drinks – is to suit your budget.
Please note that we usually quote on the cost of a single occupancy in a single room as we wish to be open with the all-inclusive costs. A discount of 10% is available for bookings with two people sharing a room.
You are accompanied by a tour leader to ensure that your tour runs smoothly.
This is a self-drive tour and your tour guide is John Sadler
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John Sadler is a British historian specialising in the English Civil War. Sadler is a regular contributor to military and historical journals and has published a number of books on the subject.
Drive to Glasgow.
Drive to Loch Lomond and have a tour of the surrounding area by Seaplane. This tour takes you over the Sound of Jura and can afford views of the Mull of Kintyre, the coast of Northern Ireland and of islands such as Gigha, Islay, Jura, Colonsay, Scarba and Mull. After lunch drive to Urquhart Castle. Drive to Loch Ness.
Try your hand at fly fishing with expert tuition. After lunch drive to the battlefield site at Culloden – after a quick and bloody battle on Culloden Moor the Jacobites were routed and driven from the field.
The drive along Scotland A9 road through the Cairngorms Nation Park is spectacular. Arriving at Perth we have a guided tour of the Black Watch Museum – home of one of Scotland’s premier regiments with a proud fighting history. After lunch, drive to Stirling Castle, which is one of the largest and most important castles in Scotland, both historically and architecturally.