Scotland Tour Packages


Arrive Edinburgh and check into the hotel. Later head for the Old Town's Royal Mile, stretching from one of the city's major sights, Edinburgh Castle, to the Palace of Holyrood house. After Holyrood Palace, your driver will also take you on a panoramic tour of the other surrounding hotspots of Edinburgh including the new Scottish Parliament building, National Gallery of Scotland, National Museum of Scotland, Royal Botanical Garden (optional - guests have an option of visiting Royal Yacht Britannia for an additional £ 13.00 pp, to be paid at the site if required). Visit the UK's no.1 attraction (TripAdvisor). The Royal Yacht Britannia was home to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family for over 40 years, sailing over 1,000,000 miles around the world) Car at disposal for 8 hours this day. After this guests can enjoy the city at leisure on foot, head down into the New Town for a walk and some shopping along the fabled Princes Street. In the evening, drop into an Edinburgh pub for a pint or a wee dram -- and for a sample of some local life. Have dinner in one of the New Town's wide variety of restaurants. Overnight- Edinburgh


Private Tour of St. Andrews and the fishing villages of Fife plus Scottish Evening show with dinner and ½ bottle of wine per person. After breakfast, your chauffeur will pick up from your hotel and will take you on a full-day tour to St. Andrews (the home of golf and the place where Prince William and Kate studied) and the fishing villages of Fife. Return back to Edinburgh late afternoon and walk around the cobbled street of Edinburgh. In the evening, dress up and your chauffeur will pick you up and take you or a very special Scottish evening experience at one of the most luxurious hotels in town. Featuring bagpipes, Highland dancers, the Address to the Haggis and the best in Scottish music and cuisine, this is the quintessential introduction to Scottish culture. Guests can also sample some of Scotland’s finest culinary delights during a delicious four-course meal, followed by a feel-good show featuring some of Scotland’s best traditional performers.Overnight- Edinburgh


Post breakfast drive down to Glasgow. On arrival take a leisurely stroll around Kelvin grove Park admiring its Victorian style, complete with a bandstand and amphitheater. Next, take a short walk down one of Glasgow’s famous shopping streets, Sauchiehall Street, where you can indulge in some retail therapy and arrive at Saint Judes on Bath Street for an afternoon tea (not included- can be paid on the day) with a twist. Relax and indulge in a cake stand full of finger sandwiches and sweet treats accompanied by your choice of unique tea time martinis all served in the Intoxicating Tearooms. Continue to explore Glasgow’s culture and follow the city’s brilliant Rennie Mackintosh attraction trail which features 12 locations where the architect’s best work can be found. One of the route’s highlights is the beautiful House for an Art Lover which was designed by Mackintosh and is one of Glasgow, most distinctive and popular wedding venues. We then head to the luxurious Cameron House hotel. After check-in, enjoy a sumptuous meal (not included) in the hotel. renowned Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond restaurant which was awarded a Michelin star in. Car at disposal for 10 hours Overnight- Cameron House


Post breakfast, guests have the option of relaxing at the hotel and soaking in the atmosphere, alternatively, they can take the 40-minute seal plane from the hotel itself (not included- £ 87.00 pp) providing them glimpses of the Loch Lomond area. Departing from the five star Cameron House Hotel on Loch Lomond this simply sensational 40-minute champagne experience in the First Class seat of a luxury, iconic seaplane covers approximately 70 miles of the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park and the magnificent landscape of Scotland's stunning West Coast Highlands. After lunch, take a scenic drive through Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, Scotland. first National Park, to the beautiful Loch Katrine. It lies about an hour’s drive away from Cameron House but there are many places to stop off at along the way, including the stunning Queen Elizabeth Forest Park with its secluded woodland walks. When you reach Loch Katrine, you are guaranteed to fall in love with the landscape just as many have before. The loch inspired Sir Walter Scott’s famous poem The Lady of the Lake. Enjoy a romantic sail aboard on one of the loch’s steamships, such as the aptly-named Sir Walter Scott and Lady of the Lake, across the peaceful water. Enjoy a leisurely cruise here. Car at disposal for 5 hours on this day. Overnight- Cameron House


This morning after breakfast, we will arrange your transfer to Fort William. Upon check-in, you can drop your bags at the hotel, have lunch and then your chauffeur will transfer you to the Jacobite Steam Train, regarded as one of the Great Railway Journeys of the World, from Fort William to Mallaig. Your 84-mile round trip will take you past a list of impressive extremes - Britain's highest mountain, deepest loch, shortest river and most westerly train station. The train stops at the village of Glenfinnan and crosses the world-famous Glenfinnan Viaduct with its stunning views down Loch Shiel. Beyond are the villages of Lochailort, Arisaig, Morar and Mallaig. On a clear summer's day from Arisaig, you can see the "Small Isles" of Rum, Eigg, Muck, Canna and the southern tip of Skye. From there the train passes Morar and the silvery beaches used in the films "Highlander" and "Local Hero". The final destination is Mallaig, which is also a thriving fishing community. There is plenty to see and do while in the village and you will have plenty of time to explore before the return journey to FortWilliam. Your chauffeur will pick you up from the station and drop you to your hotel (note, the car will not be on disposal this day, there will be point to point transfers) Overnight Fort William


Post breakfast travel to Inverness, known as the 'Highland Capital, it still retains it's market town feel to it, dating back to its early development. Today tourism is a very important part of the economy. Inverness Things to do include just a short drive to the world-famous Loch Ness and its monster. There are also some fabulous local castles and heritage all within an easy drive of the capital. Inverness is the main administrative center for the Highland region of Scotland. Guests can stop en-route for photo ops as well. After lunch and check-in, the driver will take you through a 1.5 hour panoramic tour of Inverness Overnight - Inverness


Today take a tour to Isle of Skye. Your day starts with a bit of monster spotting as you drive along the shore of Loch Ness. You'll then stop close to the loch at the little village of Invermoriston, where you can take in the views and see a delightful ruined bridge which was designed by Thomas Telford, the engineer behind the Caledonian Canal. Your journey then winds through pretty Glen Moriston and Glen Shiel and on past the Five Sisters, a stunning range of mountains that dominates the surrounding landscape. You'll then make a stop so that you can see Eilean Donan Castle. This is one of Scotland's most picturesque castles and is perched on its own island at the head of Loch Dutch. Next you'll cross over the bridge to Skye and head for Broadford, where there'll be a stop for lunch. Your tour of this magical island takes in the stunningly beautiful road through Glen Scandal. You'll also see the iconic Red Cuillin Hills and, as you reach the little village of Torrin, you'll be able to enjoy views of Bla Bhein (Blanven) - considered by many to be Scotland's prettiest mountain. The road then drops to hug the banks of Loch Slappin where you'll be able to stop and enjoy some beach combing. The next part of your journey involves a steep climb over Strathaird to reach the little community of Elgol. Here you'll have an extended stop and be able to enjoy the superb views of the Black Cuillin Hills and the stunning seascapes towards Rum and other small isles. Your journey then heads back to the mainland past the little island of Eilean Ban, where Gavin Maxwell, the author of the "Ring of Bright Water", lived for a while. You'll stop at the lonely village of Applecross and then be driven home via the scenic Black Isle. Finally, there are fabulous views over the Moray Firth to savor as you reach Inverness by way of the Kessock Bridge. Overnight - Inverness


After breakfast we will arrange your transfer to Inverness airport for your flight back to Edinburgh airport to go home.



  • Cost of meal other than mentioned above
  • Excluding Flight Ex Ahmedabad
  • Cost of Any personal Expenses
  • Travel Insurance
  • Surcharge  if any applicable
  • Guide Tips and any other item except  “Package Rates Includes”
  • Service Tax @ 5%
  • visa fees

Tour Date

June 03, 07, 10,14, 17, 21, 24, 28
July 01, 05, 08, 12, 15, 19, 22, 26, 29
August 02, 05, 09, 12, 16, 19, 23, 26, 30 (Moon soon special)
September 02, 06, 09, 13, 16, 20, 23, 27, 30
October 03, 07, 10, 14, 17, 21, 24, 28, 31 (Diwali group)
November 01, 04, 08, 11, 15, 18, 22, 25, 29 (Honeymoon special)
December 02, 06, 09, 13, 16, 20, 23, 25, 27, 30 (Christmas & Honeymoon)

Tour Price

Rs 115000
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  • Kindly Note: Confirmations Are Subject To Availability Of The Rooms Only at the time of booking.

CANCELLATION  POLICY: If passenger will cancel his tour from his end then following will be applicable.

Cancellation charges will applicable as under.
50 Days Prior Departure 30 % of the Cost
30-20 Days Prior Departure 50 % of the Cost
20 or Less prior to Departure 100 % of Tour Cost