2 Day Isle of Skye Tour
Make more of your trip to the Isle of Skye with a full two day tour from Inverness. Explore its stunning and dramatic scenery - including the Quiraing, Kilt Rock and the Old Man of Storr - and discover its ancient history, heritage and culture.
Day 1 begins at Inverness where we follow Loch Ness before turning west towards Loch Cluanie and Glen Shiel. Continuing on to the Five Sisters of Kintail mountains we take a detour up Mam Ratagan for a breath-taking view of the Highlands! At Eilean Donan Castle we explore its ancient and historic past before crossing the bridge to the Isle of Skye and heading for the dramatic Black Cuillin. The late afternoon takes us to the Trotternish Peninsula for stunning views of the Old Man of Storr, Kilt Rock and the Quiraing before our return to Portree for our overnight stop.
Day 2 begins from Portree with a short drive to Dunvegan Castle - home of the Clan MacLeod for nearly 800 years - for a great look back at the history of one of the Hebrides most powerful clans. Leaving Dunvegan Castle we make our way down past the Red Hills of Skye towards the Sleat Peninsula and the beautiful Isleornsay where we have the opportunity to enjoy some Hebridean whisky tasting. After a visit to Armadale we cross the Isle of Skye bridge to the mainland and begin our late afternoon journey back to Inverness.
What to expect on a 2 Day Isle of Skye Tour...
I can promise our tour will include all the wonderful views shown above... but maybe not the weather - we are the land of four seasons in one day!
Itinerary Option - Return via the Great Glen
On Day 2 we take the Isle of Skye ferry (40 minutes) from Armadale across to Mallaig and explore the Great Highland Glen on our return to Inverness. With this option we would not visit Dunvegan Castle and spend less time in the Sleat Peninsula but instead visit Glenfinnan Monument and Viaduct, Inverlochy Castle and enjoy a stunning drive through the Great Glen. Please note that this option is only available April to mid-October. Itinerary option surcharge - £30 per tour (includes ferry tickets).
From April to October the Jacobite Stream Train runs along the stunning West Highland Line and crosses the Glenfinnan Viaduct and there is the option to take a single journey from Mallaig to Fort William - Information on the Jacobite Steam Train option.
Private Tour Price (per tour)
January to December: £1000