Highlands, nature and tradition
"Nemo Me Impune Lacessit"
(Scotland national motto)
Leaving Edinburgh, we leave urban life behind to enter the most spectacular Scotland. We begin by crossing the Lowlands, discovering towns such as Pitlochry, the base for many sports activities, or key towns in the history of this country, such as Stirling. Exuberant nature meets us at The Heritage, a lush forest of impressive trees and rivers, while the giant Kelpies await us in Falkirk.
We enter the Highlands crossing the Grampian Mountains to its capital Inverness, and we go through Loch Ness in search of its creature, passing through Urquhart Castle to Fort Augustus. We are ready to enter the magical Isle of Skye with its lush countryside and beautiful fishing villages like Plockton and Portree. On our tour we discover incredibly beautiful places such as the Old Man of Storr, the Quiraing Valley, the basalt formation of Kilt Rock and its waterfall, or the picturesque Neist Point lighthouse.
We cross the Red Cuillins and Black Cuillins massif to admire one of the most visited castles in Scotland, Eilean Donan Castle, and continue to the valley of Glen Coe and its terrible history, ending at the waterfalls of Dochart.