Highlands, tra glen e loch, con visita alla distilleria di whisky
1 giorno

  • Loch Tay
  • Queen's View
  • Dunkeld and the Hermitage
  • Aberfeldy Distilery

Viaggiate nel cuore della cultura celtica nelle Highlands centrali, andate alla scoperta delle cascate nella foresta di Birnam, passando per la suggestiva località di Pitlochry fino allo spettacolare punto panoramico Queen’s View e al magnifico Loch Tay, un luogo immerso nella storia. Fermatevi per una visita con degustazione in una distilleria di whisky.

Mappa del tour



Posti che esplorerai

- Dunkeld: l’antica capitale

- L’Hermitage e le cascate

- Pitlochry

- Queen’s View

- Loch Tay e Kenmore

- Distilleria Dewar’s di Aberfeldy

Il tuo viaggio

Viaggiate nel cuore della cultura celtica nelle Highlands centrali, andate alla scoperta delle cascate nella foresta di Birnam, passando per la suggestiva località di Pitlochry fino allo spettacolare punto panoramico Queen’s View e al magnifico Loch Tay, un luogo immerso nella storia. Fermatevi per una visita con degustazione in una distilleria di whisky.

Questo tour è perfetto per chi ama passeggiare nella foresta, ammirare le cascate, perdersi tra meravigliosi paesaggi di montagna e saperne di più sull’arte della distillazione del whisky – con degustazione inclusa!

Immergetevi nella storia, nelle leggende e nelle fiabe al cuore della cultura celtica e scozzese.

Tour Details

09.00 - Rabbie's Café Bar, Waterloo Place, Edinburgh, EH1 3EG
Studenti, persone che abbiano compiuto i 60 anni, bambini e ragazzi tra i 5 e i 16 anni.
Important information
  • Metti in valigia scarpe comode e indumenti impermeabili
Tour inclusions
  • Trasporto su un minibus Mercedes a 16 posti
  • Aria condizionata
  • I racconti e i servizi di un autista-guida di Rabbie's
Tour exclusions
  • Biglietti di ingresso alle attrazioni turistiche


Dopo aver attraversato il ponte Forth Road Bridge proseguirete fino a Perth e Dunkfeld, fino a raggiungere il sito protetto dell’Hermitage e la Foresta di Birnam, resa celebre dal Macbeth di Shakespeare. Camminerete fra gli alberi più alti di tutta la Scozia, circondati da meravigliose cascate. Il tour continuerà verso Nord, con un pranzo a Pitlochry, per poi dirigersi al punto panoramico di Queen’s View sul Loch Tummel.

Nel pomeriggio attraverserete le montagne fino allo splendido Loch Tay, alle pendici dell’imponente Ben Lawers. Qui farete una sosta nel pittoresco villaggio di Kenmore, in riva al loch. La giornata si concluderà con una visita al Dewar’s World of Whiskey nella distilleria di Aberfeldy, per scoprire i segreti del whisky single malt prima del ritorno a Edimburgo.

**Biglietto d’ingresso alla distilleria ** Vi informiamo che, in linea con le normative sulla sicurezza, le scarpe aperte o con il tacco alto sono vietate all’interno della distilleria. ** La domenica, nel periodo tra novembre e marzo, la visita alla distilleria Aberfeldy è sostituita con una visita alla distilleria Glenturret.

Itinerary (English)

Leave Edinburgh and travel over the Forth Road Bridge to the Kingdom of Fife.

Travelling north the scenery changes from the rolling farmland of the lowlands to forested hills and mountains as you approach the highland fault line.

On the banks of the River Tay you find the gorgeous cathedral town of Dunkeld. You stop here and have the chance to explore the architecturally fascinating cathedral and the quaint streets of this picturesque village.

It's a short drive from here to the Hermitage, where you can take a fantastic woodland walk leading up to the Black Linn Falls.

Leaving the Hermitage you follow the wide valley of the River Tay towards the Victorian resort town of Pitlochry. You spend around one hour here, so you can visit the many great shops or have lunch.

After lunch, you take a scenic drive through the mountains of Highland Perthshire, and take a short stop at the Queen's View overlooking Loch Tummel. On a clear day the view here is awe-inspiring as it looks over to the unmistakable peak of Schiehallion and beyond to the mountains of Glencoe.

Continuing alongside Loch Tummel, you head over the hills into the ancient lands of Breadalbane, or the ‘High Country’ surrounding Loch Tay. You make a stop at the waterside village of Kenmore with a chance to walk along the shores of the loch and enjoy the views to Ben Lawers.

From here you travel the short distance to the town of Aberfeldy and Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery, where you can discover the secret of how Scotland's national drink is made.

After enjoying a dram of our ‘water of life’, the tour returns you to the lowlands and back to Edinburgh.

Customer Reviews

Great Experience

Simone Croeser Posted on 29/05/2017

On the 20th of May we did the Highlands Lochs, Glens and Whisky tour with Stefan as our guide for the day. Stefan was very informative and witty - a great guide. The tour was just amazing and we loved every minute. I would definitely recommend this tour to anyone that enjoys the beautiful highlands and has an appreciation for whisky.

Thanks for a great day

Dana Kubisova Posted on 16/09/2016

We spent really great day with Judy. She is an excellent story teller. I went back to my young years and was feeling like a child listening to fairy-tales. Thanks a lot, Judy. When I am reading other posts I only wonder how did Rabbie’s find so many people with such enthusiasm and love for their job. I wish you all the best, go on!

A big thankyou

Alan Sanderson Posted on 20/02/2016

We joined your tour on 15/2/16 and would like to say how much we enjoyed it. The guide (Aaron) was very knowledgeable and extremely friendly and humourous who l must say made the day extra special. The new driver on the tour (Nick) made everyone feel safe. Thank you Rabbies.


Boyd penner Posted on 25/05/2015

We had an amazing day with Grant. This lad was a bard born 400 years too soon. His story telling with music were amazing. We learned loads and had a lot of fun. We saw an amazing view of history with amazing stories. Grant absolutely loves his job and it shows. Thanks for a great day, Boyd and Heather.

Huge thanks to Party Pete!

Madoka Harada Posted on 01/04/2015

I initially joined the tour simply because I wanted to go to a whisky distillery, but as soon as the tour started, I instantly became a fan of our superb guide, Party Pete. Full of knowledge of various aspects of Scotland, talked in a way thats easy for even a non-native English speaker like me to understand, and was entertaining. I loved all the little episodes he talked about. In my opinion, a tour guide sometimes could be more important that the theme of the tour or where we are going. If I visit Scotland again and have such an opportunity, I would definately choose a tour that is guided by him. Thank you so much for a great day, Pete!


Natalie Wilson Posted on 17/03/2015

Let me just start by saying this tour was one of the highlights of my spring break. Alan was our tour guide and he couldn't have been more fun and informative, we loved him!! He seemed to know everything, and I mean EVERYTHING about where he took us and the history behind it. We were all on the edge of our seats every time he told us a story. I learned more in one day with Alan than I did after a semester in a history class. Basically, Alan was the best. The tour itself was also breath-taking, we went on the Highland Lochs, Glens and Whiskey day tour on March 13th, and I fell in love many times with Scotland's countryside. Thanks Alan!! You're the bomb. (Also seriously, apply for a voice-over job for the history channel)((but don't quit rabbies because we're definitely coming back, and requesting you))

Fabuous Day

jen Sauer Posted on 07/11/2014

This tour was fantastic. James made it amazing. It set the rest of our vacation up to be one of the best ever. James' expertise and knowledge helped us to understand the history of Scotland in a fun way. We are sure our Scotland vacation would not have been as terrific as it was without James. For the following two weeks, we referenced what James taught us on day 2 of our trip. Highly recommend any tour that James is on as it will make your vacation!

and whisky!

Olga Posted on 27/06/2014

This was just perfect! Thanks a lot to Shelby!!! Very interesting and entertaining! The only problem was that... some people in the group just don't understand that there are other people on the tour and don't care very much to come in time and keep quiet when they are on the bus... But you can't do much about it, unfortunately )

Thank you Mac

barbara Posted on 02/01/2014

Our guide was Mac Dalrymple and he was the best guide in my life. The trip was amazing. We went cross beautiful scottish highland, listening folk music and many and many stories Mac told us. And he is very good narrator. Every stop we made was something special. Mac made this trip unforgettable. Thank you Mac!

Big Thanks

Alechandro Posted on 27/11/2013

I wanted to thank to our guide Mac D. Thank you so much, my friends/family and I had one of the best tours we have ever been to. The past Saturday was filled with tons of nice views, narratives, historical facts and music. Thank you very much.

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