Scottish Highlands and Hebridean Islands tours from Inverness
Highland Discovery Tour inc. Rogie Falls

Highland Discovery Tour inc. Rogie Falls

One Day Highland Discovery Tour inc. Rogie Falls

Discover a wonderful flavour of the Scottish Highlands with a great tour of beautiful scenery and ancient history that includes Culloden Battlefield, Clava Cairns, Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness and Rogie Falls.

Our tour from Inverness begins at Culloden Battlefield where you explore the dramatic history surrounding Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites. The excellent interactive visitors centre sets the scene of this decisive battle and the Jacobite story before you embark on a poignant walk through Culloden field.

Culloden Battlefield and Visitors Centre

Only a short distance from Culloden are the Bronze Age burial cairns and standing stones of Clava. Dating back over 4000 years they are a fascinating glimpse of the very ancient past of the Scottish Highlands.

Clava Cairns and Standing Stones

Leaving Clava we journey along the banks of Loch Ness to the medieval ruins of Urquhart Castle. Here you have time to explore the castle and discover its ancient past along with the fantastic viewpoints looking out across Loch Ness.

Urquhart Castle and Loch Ness

After Urquhart Castle we depart for our late afternoon visit to Rogie Falls. Along the way we stop at the scenic village of Beauly where we visit the ruins of its thirteenth century medieval priory.

Beauly Priory

At Rogie Falls we take a woodland walk and visit the suspension bridge over the Black Water river. From June to September it may be possible to catch the salmon leaping the main falls and fish ladder. After exploring Rogie Falls it is just a short drive back to Inverness.

Highlights of a Highland Discovery Tour inc. Rogie Falls

I can promise our tour will include all the wonderful Scottish Highland views shown in the video above... but maybe not the weather!

TOUR OPTION

Visit Cawdor Castle instead of Urquhart Castle and Loch Ness (May to September only).
This beautifully kept medieval castle, built around a 15th century tower house keep, is rich in Highland history. It also has wonderful gardens to explore after visiting the castle.

Cawdor Castle