Isle of Skye, Loch Ness & The West Highlands

3 Day Tour Departing From Inverness

Price from $715.00 USD

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3 Days

2 Nights

Accommodation Included

Prepare for a spectacular experience of the Highlands and the enchanting Isle of Skye. Venture through a range of iconic scenery and get the chance to ride the world-famous Jacobite Steam Train. Be inspired by Scottish myths and legends as you take in many local gems: from the legendary Loch Ness and Eilean Donan Castle to cascading waterfalls and Fairy Pools on the Isle of Skye. Every part of this journey uncovers a little more of Scotland’s unique heritage.


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Passionate Local Guide

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Two-Night Stay at the The Skye Inn

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Complimentary Breakfast on Day 2 and 3

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Ferry Crossing from the Isle of Skye to the Mainland

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Deluxe Bed & Breakfast 'The Skye Inn'

Located in the heart of the beautiful town of Portree, The Skye Inn offers the warmest of Highland welcomes, ensuring a relaxed and personal atmosphere - making you feel right at home! Enjoy an optional fine dinner in the evenings or cosy up at the bar in the Grand Room. During colder weather, a crackling open fire adds to the relaxing atmosphere to wind down after a busy day of exploring. Please note that accommodation can be subject to change.

Room Types

Single Room
One room with one bed suitable for one adult.
Twin Room
One room with two separate beds suitable for one adult in each bed.
Double Room
One room with one bed suitable for two adults.
Family 3
One room with two separate beds. One bed suitable for two adults and one bed suitable for one adult/child.

Accessibility and Facilities

For more information, see our Accessibility Statement.

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Where does the tour depart from?

Your 3-Day Isle of Skye tour departs from the city centre in Inverness. For more details on your pick-up location, please visit our Departure Info page.

Is accommodation included?

Yes, two nights bed & breakfast accommodation on the Isle of Skye is included in the tour price.

What optional activities can I book?

We have made some of the activities optional so you can tailor your Scotland trip to your liking.

Reserve at the time of booking

  • Jacobite Steam Train

Pay on arrival at the site:

  • Highland Whisky Distillery Experience

Where can I find more details about the Jacobite Steam Train experience?

All essential information about the Jacobite Steam Train on our tours can be found here.

What accommodation will I be staying at?

Typically, on this tour you’ll stay at our deluxe B&B in Portree, The Skye Inn. Please note that accommodation may be subject to change.

Find more info on our Accommodation page.

What about meals?

Your accommodation comes with a freshly made breakfast each morning. However, lunch, dinner, and snacks are not included in the tour. Scotland boasts numerous outstanding restaurants and cafes that we highly recommend you try out. This gives you the freedom to explore Scottish local cuisine at your leisure, catering to your preferences and dietary needs.

Does this tour operate during the winter months?

This tour runs from April until October. If you're planning to travel between November and March, check out our Winter Tours, specifically designed for the winter season.

Is this tour suitable for solo travellers?

Absolutely! Joining the Isle of Skye tour solo is a fantastic way to connect with people from diverse backgrounds. You'll typically find a mix of couples, friends, and fellow solo adventurers on our tours. Please note that single room availability is limited.

Are there toilet facilities on the coach?

While our coaches don't offer onboard toilets, rest assured that our itineraries include regular comfort stops, allowing frequent access to restroom facilities.

Are your tours accessible?

Our guides are unable to assist with wheelchairs or provide physical assistance during boarding or disembarking from the coach. Passengers should be capable of boarding and disembarking independently using the access stairs or with the help of a traveling companion. Foldable wheelchairs can be stored in our onboard luggage storage during travel.

Please note that some stops on our tours may involve rough terrain or only be accessible by steps.

It's important to be aware that your accommodation may have limited accessibility for wheelchair users. More info can be found on our Accessibility page.

Can I purchase snacks or souvenirs at the stops along the way?

Yes! Our routes include stops where you can grab a snack or recharge with a drink. Occasionally, we pause at shops offering local souvenirs as well. For precise details about timing and stops, don't hesitate to inquire with your guide.

Where can I get a more detailed itinerary?

Although our tours follow a structured plan with key stops, part of the excitement comes from unexpected surprises! We refrain from providing additional details beyond what's outlined here, as factors like weather, traffic, and the preferences of our driver guides may lead to slight deviations. Trust that your journey through Scotland will be unlike any other!

What if I need to cancel my tour?

If you need to cancel your tour, you will need to inform us in writing by sending an email to You can find our cancellation and refunds policy in section 3 in our Terms and Conditions.

I have more questions. How can you help?

Feel free to visit our general Frequently Asked Questions page for answers to common queries, or reach out to us directly via our Contact Us page.