The Ultimate Skye Tour

Gaelic Travel-Inverness-The Ultimate Skye Tour

One day tour

Super-size your visit to the magical Isle with this tour that will let you explore many of the island’s most famous sights. Sit back, relax and let your guide beguile you with stories of Jacobite risings, clan feuds and fairy-folk. This tour will be a highlight of your visit to Scotland!

Price range: £59 - £69

Loch Carron - enjoy a birds-eye view of this fjord-like sealoch

Old Man of Storr - get great views of this impressive 50m high pinnacle created from an ancient landslide

Kilt Rock - see the impressive waterfall cascading 60 metres into the sea below

Portree - spend free time in this bustling fishing port to see its colourful harbour and enjoy shopping for a hand-crafted souvenir

Movie locations – The BFG, The land that time forgot and Highlander


  • Transport by luxury air-conditioned midicoach
  • Live commentary in English
  • Services of an experienced driver/guide
  • Service charges and taxes


  • Admission charges
  • Meals, snacks or items of a personal nature
  • Gratuity to your driver

Full Tour Itinerary


Leaving Inverness behind we’ll travel over the Kessock Bridge to the Black Isle and onwards to Achnasheen. Our journey continues through the striking beauty of Glen Carron to reach the highlight of our day together, the Isle of Skye, the largest of the Inner Hebrides. It’s thought the name could mean "Winged Isle” in Gaelic.

The island has some 400 miles of coastline, so the next part of our journey offers beautiful views over the silvery sea lochs to the islands of Scalpay and Raasay. We’ll make our way to Portree, the island’s main town. There’s free time to explore this attractive community - don’t forget to seek out the colourful houses that surround the harbour.

The last part of our journey will take us along the banks of mysterious Loch Ness. We’ll make our final photo-stop at Urquhart Castle whose ruins sit overlooking the deepest part of the loch. It’s a popular spot with "Nessie-spotters”. From here it’s a short drive back to Inverness and the end of our tour.