Take in the breathtaking landscapes of the Scottish Highlands and its stately castles rich in history when you tour Scotland. Follow the 'Bonnie Banks' of Loch Lomond or explore the sea-sprayed Orkney islands. Visit the charismatic cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow, ride the Jacobite Steam Train, chase waterfalls on the Isle of Skye, and sample locally distilled whiskey as you explore Scotland on a rail journey or coach tour.
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Must do experiences and highlights in Scotland
Isle of Skye
Crowned by the Cuillin Hills and home to craggy landscapes, vast moors, historic castles, cute towns and cosy pubs, the Isle of Skye will enchant you.
Perched atop its rocky outcrop at the end of the Royal Mile, this impressive fortress overlooks the city and safeguards the Crown Jewels.
Take in the coastal scenery and the historic sites including the Neolithic village of Skara Brae and the stones of the Ring of Brodgar.
Explore the Scottish Highlands
Breathtaking terrain is capped by the soaring peak of Ben Nevis and embellished by lochs including the legendary home of Nessy. History has garnished this landscape with castles and relics that add to the natural beauty.
Ride the Jacobite Steam Train
Enjoy high tea as you ride through glens and quaint villages and over the 21 arch Glenfinnan viaduct, where magic is brought to life as much by the scenery as the Harry Potter films that made it famous.
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“Well organised tour with interesting side tours”
The tour was very good. Route taken very scenic and interesting. Hotels were generally good. The Mercure Edinburgh is in a great position but is in urgent need of an update. We liked the side excursions which were well organised and interesting. Our guide and driver were fantastic. We felt sad that they were excluded from eating with us particularly on the last night.
“Edinburgh, the Highlands and Islands”
On our first night there was a little confusion in that we were on a Great Rail Journeys tour rather than with Travelmarvel. That was soon sorted and we could not fault the organisation, even with a cancellation due to the weather. The alternative in that case was well received. The highlight of the tour was the Scottish Dinner on the last night with piper, dancer and an excellent meal with the whole tour group really enjoying themselves. If you want to see autumn colours then this trip was a ...read more week too early as only a few trees had started to change. There was a good mix of nationalities which helped the cohesion of the group. A few negatives. There was more coach travel than we expected and the coaches never seemed to have enough fresh air coming in even after we asked for the flow to be increased. Some of the coach sections would have been improved by playing of familiar Scottish tunes/songs to entertain the passengers.
A great trip. It was really good to have two night stays. Our tour director was a living, walking history book with a great sense of humour, and a great deal of sensitivity to customer needs. 14 days gave a very good taste of the Highlands, enough to plan a future trip of more depth. The coach was very comfortable and the driving unbelievably good. Some areas were really tight, but our driver had them under control. Add on excursions were excellent. I would do another tour with Cosmos without he ...read moresitation.
“Picture Perfect Trail”
The Outlander Trail Tour was outlandishly beautiful. Sights of sheer beauty that steal one’s breath while at the same time leaving one in awe. From the highlands to the lowlands, castle ruins perched on the sides of old hilltops and deep dark lochs this tour has it all. The fact that it is themed around a popular television drama is merely a plus!