Scotland Self Drive Hightland Whiskey tour 6 Night /7 Night, Scotland Self Drive Hightland Whiskey tour Holiday Package
|Package Type||Package Price (Flight Inclusive)||Introductory discounted Price (Flight Inclusive)|
|Standard (2 Star Hotel)||96,900 INR||86,900 INR|
|Deluxe (3 Star Hotel)||109,900 INR||99,900 INR|
Standard Inclusions Scotland Self Drive Hightland Whiskey tour Holiday Package
Exclusions Scotland Self Drive Hightland Whiskey tour Holiday Package
Lunch + Anything not mentioned in Inclusions
- Flight Charges may vary based on date / month and when flights are being booked and also based on the source location.
Taxes as applicable
About The Highland and Whiskey Self-drive Tour
- Scotland is a wonderful country to explore by car.
- If you like the ideas of seeing the best of Scotland then go for the most scenic journey on a self-drive which allows you to enjoy the country at your own paces
Detailed Itinerary Scotland Self Drive Hightland Whiskey tour Holiday Package
|Day||Details (Scotland Self Drive Hightland Whiskey tour Holiday Package)||Feature of the day (Scotland Self Drive Hightland Whiskey tour Holiday Package)|
|Day 1||Arrive at Glasgow airport||Arrive at Glasgow airport. Pick up your self-drive car from airport pick up center. Check in to Hotel.|
|Day 2||Glasgow – Stirling||After full Scottish breakfast, proceed towards Stirling. It is located in central Scotland, 45 minutes from Glasgow. Stirling is a taste of highland and lowland. There is something about Stirling which feels like a fairy tale. Enjoy quite walk and experience Stirling’s magical streets.
Your next stop is Bair Castle which is located in Perthshire in the center of Scotland. The sight of his magnificent, white castle on the main road north will stop you in your tracks. After a tour of the castle you can enjoy the variety and tranquility of the grounds and gardens which form part of one of Scotland’s great estates.
Next Stop is for ardent Whiskey lovers; the Blair Athol Distillery! This single malt distillery stands at the gateway to the Scottish Highlands in the charming town of Pitlochry. The distillery produces a 12 Year Old Single Malt Whisky, with a mellow deep-toned aroma, a strong fruity flavour and a smooth finish. Blair Athol wins hearts through its contribution to the Bell’s Blend, the most popular blended whisky in the U.K.
Overnight Stay – Hotel at Pitlochry.
|Day 3||Day Sight Seeing Around Pitlochry||After enjoying mouthwatering Scottish breakfast, visit to a delightful Victorian town – Ballater. Visit to old Royal Station, museum. Next up, drive to Cairngorms National Park. Enjoy spectacular views over the Spey Valley. Also visit Balmoral castle
Overnight Stay at Pitlochry
|Day 4||Fort William, Steal Waterfall, Glenfinnan||Fort William sits at the head of Loch Linnhe, and the foot of the Great Glen and snow-peaked Ben Nevis.
Fort William got its name from the original fort built here in 1650 to keep the Highland clans in order. Steall Waterfall takes its name from the gaelic ‘An Steall Bàn’, which means The White Spout. And quite a spectacular spout it is at almost 400 feet tall – the second highest in Scotland. It is a relatively short hike to the falls from the Lower Falls carpark – between 30 & 45 minutes each way.
Glenfinnan – This small, beautiful village has sat comfortably among the hills of Glen Finnan for centuries. The village is located within a lovely u-shaped valley that follows a north-east to south-west route with Loch Shiel in the center of the glen. Of major interest is the Glenfinnan Monument
Overnight Stay at Fort William
|Day 5||Oban – Glencoe||Today you will visit McCaig’s Tower which sits atop Battery Hill.
Visit Oban distillery situated right at the heart of Oban town. Nestling beneath the steep cliff that overlooks Oban, one of Scotland’s oldest sources of single malt Scotch whisky is but a stone’s throw from the sea. It produces a whisky described as having a West Highland flavor that falls between the dry, smoky style of the Scottish islands and the lighter, sweeter malts of the Highlands. On the distillery’s 1 hour Sensory & Flavor tour, you will be shown around the distillery by one the knowledgeable guides, and explore each part of the whisky making process. There are numerous experiences throughout the tour to stimulate your senses, including a sample of Oban malt direct from the cask. Your tour will finish with a sample of the famous Oban 14 year old single malt with some crystallized ginger – a taste sensation! To round off, you will be presented with a small memento of your visit to the distillery.
Later during the day, visit Glencoe. ‘Glen Coe’ is probably Scotland’s most famous and scenic Highland glen – and deservedly so – it really does merit the description ‘spectacular’. Overnight stay at Fort William
|Day 6||Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park||Loch Lomond is located in Central Scotland, approx. 20 miles northwest of Glasgow. Encompassing approx 720 square miles, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs became Scotland’s first National Park in 2002. Originally made famous by the novels of Sir Walter Scott in the early 1800s, The Trossachs has been enjoyed as the ‘Highlands in Miniature’ by tourists ever since. For two centuries, people have come here to walk, climb, cycle and sail, to breathe fresh clean air and drink in the spectacular views. The landscapes covered by the Park range from the uplands of Breadalbane to the sea lochs of Argyll, and included within its area is the whole of Scotland’s largest loch, Loch Lomond. The northern end of the loch is deep and narrow, with mountains on either side, including the iconic Ben Lomond. The southern half of the loch is much more pastoral and is home to many islands. The surrounding mountainous areas include 21 ‘Munros’ (individual mountains over 3000ft); 20 ‘Corbetts’ (individual mountains over 2,500ft); and two forest parks. To appreciate the very best of the Trossachs, we recommend the route of the Duke’s Pass from Aberfoyle to Loch Katrine.
Overnight Location – Glasgow
|Day 7||Morning breakfast before the return journey||After breakfast, return the car at Glasgow airport. Fly back with unlimited memories and a different way of experiencing Scotland – A Self drive Tour!|
Booking Procedure Scotland Self Drive Hightland Whiskey tour Holiday Package
Initial Booking Amount – 10000 INR (non-refundable).
Name: Travel Stories
Bank: Axis Bank
Account type: Current Account
Account Number: 915020024196980
Remaining balance amount to be transferred on or before 15th Apr’17.
Cancellation Policy for Scotland Self Drive Hightland Whiskey tour Holiday Package
- Booking amount is non-refundable.
- Bookings cancelled in the time frame of 21 days and more prior to the tour start date, will be levied with a 50 % cancellation charges of the trip cost.
- For bookings cancelled in the time frame of 20 days and less prior to the tour start date, 100% of the tour cost will be levied as cancellation charges.
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