Escursione alle Outer Hebrides e Skye
6 giorni

  • Callanish standing stones
  • Ullapool
  • slide
  • Quiraing
  • slide

Fuggite da tutto con questa magnifica avventura nelle isole Outer Hebridean di Lewis e Harris, dove si trovano i preistorici cerchi di pietra di Callanish e le famose spiagge di sabbia bianca di Harris.

Mappa del tour

Highlights

Nessie
Film Locations
Gaelic Culture
Ferry
Lochs
Mountains
Prehistoric Sites
Beaches

Posti che esplorerai


- Cairngorms & Loch Ness

- Ullapool

- Lewis & Harris

- Callanish standing stones

- White sands of Luskentyre

- Portree, Isle of Skye

- Eilean Donan Castle

- Quiraing


Il tuo viaggio


Fuggite da tutto con questa magnifica avventura nelle isole Outer Hebridean di Lewis e Harris, dove si trovano i preistorici cerchi di pietra di Callanish e le famose spiagge di sabbia bianca di Harris. Il vostro tour includerà anche le magiche Ullapool e Skye.


Dettagli del Tour

Andata
Check-in closes at 08.45 (tour departs at 09:00) - Gate J and Gate K, Edinburgh Bus Station, St Andrew Square, Edinburgh, EH1 3DQ
Ritorno
19:00
Bagagli
Il bagaglio a mano è limitato a 14kg a persona. Le dimensioni sono simili ad un bagaglio a mano della compagnia aerea(circa 55 cm x 45 cm x 25 cm / 22 pollici x 17 pollici x 10 pollici) e una piccola borsa per gli oggetti personali a bordo.
Discounts

Studenti, persone che abbiano compiuto i 60 anni, bambini e ragazzi tra i 5 e i 15 anni

Important information
  • Metti in valigia scarpe comode e indumenti impermeabili
Tour inclusions
  • Trasporto su un minibus Mercedes a 16 posti
  • Aria condizionata
  • Servizio guida professionale in inglese
Tour exclusions
  • Biglietti di ingresso alle attrazioni turistiche
  • Alloggio

Itinerario

Giorno 1

  • Osserva le cime morbidamente arrotondate dei Monti Grampiani
  • Cerca una bestia in agguato nelle profondità di Loch Ness

Parti dalla città cosmopolita di Edimburgo, attraversa il patrimonio mondiale dell'UNESCO del Forth Rail Bridge e viaggia verso le Highlands.

La tua prima tappa della giornata è nel villaggio di Dunkeld. Ottieni del tempo qui per sgranchirti le gambe e ammirare l'insolita mescolanza di stili architettonici della cattedrale.

Quindi avventurati tra le ombre delle grandi e splendide montagne di Grampian e fermati per il pranzo in una città delle Highland nella Spey Valley. Forse è il momento di provare l'haggis.

Dopo aver soddisfatto le tue papille gustative, vai a Loch Ness. La tua guida autista ti aiuta a provare a dare un'occhiata al mostro mitico più famoso della Scozia.

Corrieshalloch Gorge è uno spettacolo scozzese meno conosciuto, ma è uno di quelli che amerai. È una breve passeggiata sotto i baldacchini della foresta con una bella vista di una cascata.

In prima serata, arrivi nel pittoresco porto di pesca di Ullapool per il tuo pernottamento.

Giorno 2

  • Viaggia in traghetto attraverso le Summer Isles
  • Esplora un faro e la costa frastagliata di Lewis

Svegliati, goditi la colazione e guarda oltre Loch Broom che brilla sotto il cielo del mattino. Il primo all'ordine del giorno oggi è un viaggio in traghetto attraverso il mare.

Questa gita in barca di due ore e mezza ti porta attraverso le Summer Isles fino a Stornoway, la città principale delle Western Isles. Ma non passare il tuo tempo a sonnecchiare e leggere mentre navighi attraverso l'oceano; perché se guardi il mare, puoi avvistare i delfini e le balene.

Una volta arrivati su Lewis e Harris, ti dirigerai verso la costa nord-occidentale. La tua guida-autista saprà sfruttare al meglio il tempo con cui sei stato benedetto e portarti attraverso le tradizionali città e porti marittimi. Puoi persino vedere il Butt of Lewis; dalla casa leggera qui non c'è nient'altro che pesci e acqua tra te e l'America.

Passi la sera a Stornoway; una vivace città portuale e la casa dei più gustosi pudding neri della Scozia.

Giorno 3

  • Entra in una casa scozzese tradizionale ad Arnol Blackhouse
  • Rifletti sui misteri delle pietre neolitiche di Callinish

Oggi ti immergi nella storia e nei paesaggi di questa isola selvaggia.

Vai prima ad Arnol Blackhouse. Qui, puoi sperimentare come era la vita contadina tradizionale in questi luoghi remoti senza sporcarti le mani.

Un po 'giù per la strada, si visita il forte di pietra di Dun Carloway. Questa struttura è stata costruita prima del 100AD e ha registrato più battaglie di quelle che hai avuto durante le cene calde. È un posto meraviglioso per riflettere sulle vaste aree della storia che sono venute prima di te.

Quindi viaggerai attraverso un paesaggio disseminato di villaggi di croft in uno dei luoghi più famosi dell'isola, il Callanish Stone Circle. Questa visione preistorica ancora oggi mistifica gli archeologi.

Il resto del tuo pomeriggio è trascorso nelle splendide spiagge e montagne del lato occidentale di Lewis.

Tornate a Stornoway nel tardo pomeriggio.

Giorno 4

  • Ammira i paesaggi che hanno ispirato Harris Tweed
  • Guarda gli esili e biondi tratti della spiaggia di Luskentyre

È tempo di qualcosa di un po 'più drammatico. È ora di entrare nella regione di Harris.

Harris vanta le montagne più alte delle Ebridi Esterne e una delle più belle spiagge di sabbia bianca della Gran Bretagna, Luskentyre.

L'area è anche famosa per Harris Tweed e per i miti che sono tanto strani quanto intensi.

Dopo una mattinata di esplorazione dei paesaggi drammatici, ti fermi a pranzo. A seconda del tempo, potremmo persino andare a fare un picnic sulla spiaggia, quindi non dimenticare di mettere in valigia gli occhiali da sole.

La tua avventura continua su un traghetto sull'oceano fino a Portree, la città più grande di Skye e la tua base per le prossime due serate.

Giorno 5

  • Imposta i tuoi panorami sui paesaggi più drammatici della Scozia sull'isola di Skye
  • Scatta una foto famosa del pittoresco porticciolo di Portree

Ogni orizzonte di Skye nasconde qualcosa di sorprendentemente bello.

Quindi oggi la tua guida per l'autista sfrutta al massimo il tuo tempo in questo paesaggio da meraviglia.

Potresti recarti al Passo di Quiraing e goderti una passeggiata spettacolare, avventurarti al Kilt Rock e vedere una gigantesca cascata, oppure fare una gita in barca al Loch Coruisk meno conosciuto.

Dopo aver goduto le viste di Skye, hai la tua ultima serata a Portree. Ci sono un sacco di favolosi ristoranti di pesce per celebrare una bella giornata di esplorazione.

Giorno 6

  • Scopri come Eilean Donan Castle è sopravvissuto alle invasioni vichinghe e 343 barili di polvere da sparo
  • Scopri come Glencoe ha guadagnato il suo nome, "The Weeping Glen"

Non essere troppo triste per il fatto che il tuo viaggio finisca oggi, perché ci sono un sacco di cose incredibili da controllare sulla via del ritorno a Edimburgo.

Dopo aver attraversato il ponte di Skye, avrai la possibilità di vedere Eilean Donan Castle. Questa combinazione classica di una fortificazione in pietra robusta appollaiata su un lago è una visione scozzese che puoi ottenere. Assicurati di avere un po 'di spazio sulla tua fotocamera per scattare foto.

Quindi viaggi sotto la montagna più alta della Gran Bretagna, il Ben Nevis. Il picco di questa montagna rischia di essere avvolto in alto tra le nuvole.

La tua guida-guida potrebbe diventare un po 'emotiva mentre ti muovi nella valle di Glencoe. Questa zona meravigliosamente montuosa è stata teatro di uno dei massacri più tragici della storia scozzese. La storia è indimenticabile come il paesaggio.

Le vedute collinose diventano più piatte mentre entri nelle pianure e vai ad Edimburgo.

Arrivi in prima serata.

Itinerario (English)

Day 1

  • Take in views of the softly rounded peaks of the Grampian Mountains
  • Look out for a beast lurking in the depths of Loch Ness

You depart the cosmopolitan city of Edinburgh, journey past the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Forth Rail Bridge, and travel into the Highlands.

Your first stop of the day is in the village of Dunkeld. You get time here to stretch your legs and admire the cathedral’s unusual mixture of architectural styles.

You then venture through the shadows of the great and gorgeous Grampian Mountains and stop for lunch at a Highland town in the Spey Valley. Perhaps it’s time for you to try haggis.

After you’ve satisfied your taste buds, you head to Loch Ness. Your driver-guide helps you attempt to catch a glimpse of Scotland’s most-famously mythical monster.

Corrieshalloch Gorge is a lesser-known Scottish sight, but it’s one that you’ll love. It’s a short walk under forest canopies with a lovely view of a waterfall.

In the early evening, you arrive in the scenic fishing port of Ullapool for your overnight stay.

Day 2

  • Travel by ferry through the Summer Isles
  • Explore a lighthouse and the rugged coastline of Lewis

Wake up, enjoy your breakfast, and look out over Loch Broom as it glistens under the morning sky. First on the agenda today is a ferry journey across the sea.

This two and a half-hour boat trip takes you through the Summer Isles to Stornoway, the main town of the Western Isles. But don’t spend your time snoozing and reading as you sail across the ocean; because if you look out to sea, you may spot dolphins and whales.

Once you’ve arrived on Lewis and Harris, you head to the North West coast. Your driver-guide will make the most of what weather you’ve been blessed with and take you through traditional crofting towns and seaside ports. You even get to see the Butt of Lewis; from the light house here there’s nothing but fishes and water between you and America.

You spend the evening in Stornoway; a bustling port town and the home of Scotland’s most delicious black puddings.

Day 3

  • Step inside a traditional Scottish home at Arnol Blackhouse
  • Ponder over the mysteries of the Neolithic standing stones of Callinish

Today, you immerse yourself in the history and landscapes of this wild island.

You first head to Arnol Blackhouse. Here, you can experience what traditional farming life was like in these remote reaches without getting your hands too dirty.

A little down the road, you visit the stone fort of Dun Carloway. This structure was built before 100AD and has experienced more battles than you’ve had hot dinners. It’s a wonderful location to ponder over the vast swathes of history that have come before you.

You then travel through a landscape littered with crofting villages to one of the most famous sights of the island, the Callanish Stone Circle. This prehistoric sight still mystifies archeologists today.

The rest of your afternoon is spent in the beautiful beaches and mountains of the western side of Lewis.

You head back to Stornoway in the late afternoon.

Day 4

  • Admire the landscapes that inspired Harris Tweed
  • Cast your eyes upon the slender, blonde curves of Luskentyre beach

It’s time for something a little more dramatic. It’s time to enter the region of Harris.

Harris boasts the highest mountains in the Outer Hebrides and one of the most beautiful white-sandy beaches in Britain, Luskentyre.

The area is also famous for Harris Tweed and myths that are as strange as they are poignant.

After a morning of exploring the dramatic landscapes, you stop for lunch. Depending on the weather, we may even go for a picnic on the beach – so don’t forget to pack your sunglasses.

Your adventure continues on a ferry over the ocean to Portree, the largest town in Skye and your base for the next two evenings.

Day 5

  • Set your sights on Scotland’s most dramatic landscapes on the Isle of Skye
  • Snap a famous photo of Portree’s colourful harbor front

Every horizon in Skye conceals something astoundingly beautiful.

So today, your driver-guide makes the most out of your time on this marvel-studded landscape.

You may travel to the Quiraing mountain pass and enjoy a spectacular walk, venture to Kilt Rock and see a gigantic waterfall, or take a boat trip to the lesser-known Loch Coruisk.

After you’ve enjoyed the sights of Skye, you have your final evening in Portree. There are plenty of fabulous seafood restaurants to celebrate a fine day of exploring.

Day 6

  • Learn how Eilean Donan Castle survived Viking invasions and 343 barrels of gunpowder
  • Discover how Glencoe earned its name, ‘the Weeping Glen’

Don’t be too sad that your trip is ending today, because there are a lot of amazing things to check out on the way back to Edinburgh.

Once you’ve crossed the Skye Bridge, you get a chance to see Eilean Donan Castle. This classic combination of a sturdy-stone fortification perched upon a loch is about as Scottish a view as you can get. Just ensure you’ve got some room left on your camera to take photos.

You then travel under Britain’s tallest mountain, Ben Nevis. The peak of this mountain is likely to be shrouded high in the clouds.

Your driver-guide may become a little emotional as you move through the valley of Glencoe. This marvelously mountainous area was the site of one of the most tragic massacres in Scottish history. The story is as unforgettable as the landscape.

The hilly views become flatter as you enter the lowlands and travel to Edinburgh.

You arrive in the early evening.

Recensioni

A soogy few days but what an adventure!

Debbie Hart Posted on 15/08/2019

Great 6 day trip with Donald. Didnt matter if it rained (in the whole of UK by the way) as lots of interesting stops. eg Carloway Harris Tweed showroom on Isle of Lewis with a weaving demonstration a working croft on Skye with Cheviot sheep and a couple of Highland Coos-a good stop to learn about wool and spinning the War Memorial to the brave men of Outer Hebrides Dinosaur Museum on Skye Peter MacAskill’s giant relation at his house on Skye the Blackhouse at Arnol. If youre English Heritage members, remember to take your card as many places accept them. Lovely friendly people who are a pleasure to chat to and happy to answer questions.

review

urbaniak david Posted on 17/04/2019

Fine travel guide and chauffeur very friendly and group very interesting with so much different profiles and origines Skye and Outer Hebrides are wild , beautiful and sometimes so empty that emptiness adds to their beauty in my point of view...lands like no others Great moments in wonderful and different landscapes ( beaches, hills, glens ...) and also moments of history ( and prehistory) also Finally a rich human and cultural experience !

Outer Hebrides

Anne Bates Posted on 03/10/2018

The tour to the Outer Hebrides Skye with Mahri was amazing fun, jaw dropping scenery and so many laughs.

Scotland Memories

Mary Jane Quinn Posted on 21/08/2018

We just completed the six day tour of Skye and the Outer Hebrides with Keith Fraser. Keith kept sixteen of us entertained with his knowledge, his love of whisky and music. We were able to visit lots of out of the way sites unreachable by a larger bus tour in order to make this a more meorable experience for us. Our only concern was the lack of places to eat in Stornoway, Ullapool, and Portree unless you had a reservation. When we arrived at our B and B at 6:00 or after in the evening, it was difficult to find somewhere to eat as we didnt have those necessary reservations and our group had to resort to shopping at the local grocery store for a Scottish picnic in our rooms. Perhaps reservations could be made in future by the tour drivers in advance to prevent this from happening. We were very happy with our accommodations and our hosts did all they could to make us feel at home. We look forward to taking another Rabbies tour in the future.

Hebridean adventure

Ninsig Posted on 01/07/2018

What a wonderful tour this was! I have been to the outer Hebrides before but there are always new things to experience and new places to visit. Our guide Keith Fraser was outstanding. I had been on tour with him before so I knew I was in good hands. His friendliness was exceptional. He did his utmost to give us a memorable tour. Weather varied a bit but that is Scotland in a nutshell. Most of the time the weather was quite good, but when we visited the Butt of Lewis there was a proper downpour. On the second day on Lewis Keith took us to see a few places I have not been to before but my favourite stop this day was undoubtedly Bosta Beach on Great Bernera. I suggested this stop and I was very happy when it turned out to be a good place to visit. In the evening he took those of us who wanted it back to Callanish to experience the celebration of the summer solstice. Very enjoyable! The following day we headed south to Harris and the beautiful Luskentyre beach. This is one of my favourite places in Scotland and I was thrilled to be back again. This year I even went for a paddle because the weather was so nice. Water was chilly but I loved the experience. After touring Harris we headed for Skye by ferry. I like Skye but I must admit I prefer Lewis and Harris. The outer Hebrides have just a very special charm. When we headed back to Edinburgh the weather got better the further south we got, and for the first time I got to see Glencoe in sunshine. Keith just seemed to tick off boxes left, right and center – new places to see, Luskentyre in sunshine, Glencoe in sunshine, the Kelpies etc. He was simply brilliant. So once again thank you for an absolutely awesome tour!

Travelling with Rabbies.

Brian ORourke Posted on 19/06/2018

Last year I booked two of the five day tours with Rabbies - The Orkneys and the Mull, Iona, Staffa and Skye. Both were terrific, great mixture of scenery, history, folklore and introductions to the local way of life. Last week I went on the 6 Day Outer Hebrides Tour - if anything, it was even better! Everything you advertised was covered despite some inclement weather (Storm Hector!), fantastic scenery, neolithic sites, wonderful beaches and stories of the Croft Wars which are of a particular interest of mine. The Blackhouses of Lewis were very interesting, a way of life that has all but disappeared. The history aspect of Rabbies Tours have always been a bonus point for me - love it! The company on the bus were terrific, very warm and friendly, all nationalities. Special thanks must go to our driver/guide Chris - nothing was any trouble to him, historical aspect to his stories was first class, also enjoyed the folklore tales although Im not sure I believed them all!

Incredible tour through the most wonderful country

Gabi1968 Posted on 01/06/2018

It was our 5th Rabbies tour, so we have some experience to share, and the Outer Hebrides tour with our guide Alan was the best of them all! He is a warmhearted person and the most fabulous storyteller one could imagine and took us on a time journey to feel in the midst of all the kings, wars, and how the life was during those centuries. Everything was topped with the most beautiful and wild scenery on the Isle of Lewis and Harris as well as many historical important spots like the blackhouses or the atmospheric Callanish Standing stones. After that we visited Skye, and it was a huge contrast to the wild and lonely Lewis and Harris. The itinerary of the whole tour couldnt be better than it already is. We loved Scotland before, but now it owns a big part of our hearts. Thank you so much, Alan and Rabbies! We had the best UK vacation ever with you!

Incredible tour through the most wonderful country

Gabi1968 Posted on 01/06/2018

It was our 5th Rabbies tour, so we have some experience to share, and the Outer Hebrides tour with our guide Alan was the best of them all! He is a warmhearted person and the most fabulous storyteller one could imagine and took us on a time journey to feel in the midst of all the kings, wars, and how the life was during those centuries. Everything was topped with the most beautiful and wild scenery on the Isle of Lewis and Harris as well as many historical important spots like the blackhouses or the atmospheric Callanish Standing stones. After that we visited Skye, and it was a huge contrast to the wild and lonely Lewis and Harris. The itinerary of the whole tour couldnt be better than it already is. We loved Scotland before, but now it owns a big part of our hearts. Thank you so much, Alan and Rabbies! We had the best UK vacation ever with you!

Get Ready to Fall in Love!

Fred and Ann P. Posted on 14/07/2017

We left on this tour June 20th and for the next 6 days you could not have done better than being in the hands of our driver/guide Matt K. He was a wonderful guide and he opened our eyes to the beauty, the history, and the myths of this wonderful country. From day 1 we knew that we had picked the right tour company with Rabbies, the bus size alone made the tour so pleasant. We had 13 other fellow travellers and by the end of the first day we felt like we were amongst old friends. The whole group Matt just clicked, it was a great feeling. The BBs that we stayed at were very clean and homey with friendly hosts great breakfasts. The scenery and the stops we made were all fantastic. There was just the right amount of talking, music, stops and things to do along the way to keep everyone wide awake and entertained. Matt asked if we had any special reasons for taking the tour and I mentioned that my Moms family were MacLeods, originally from Skye, and low and behold on Skye Matt took us to Dunvegan Castle and I was able to sign the MacLeod registry - a very special moment for me! To anyone considering a tour with Rabbies I would say dont hesitate for a moment, you wont be disappointed.

Wonderful 6 day tour!

Teani Parker Posted on 21/06/2017

We had an amazing journey! Was the best tour I have ever taken. Our guide Karen was the BEST! So much knowledge and funny too. She made our trip very comfortable and FUN. Scotland has the most beautiful sights. Loved the beaches, looked like the belonged in the Bahamas. All of it was my favorite! We had 13 people on the van and we made friends with them all. We exchanges emails to keep in touch. I think I have made some lifelong friends thanks to Rabbies !

Alloggio

Da dove viene questo tour pernottamento?

Potrete soggiornare una notte in Ullapool, due notti a Stornoway, e due notti in Portree.

Come funziona la sistemazione?

Il tuo tour esclude la sistemazione; ma quando prenoti, puoi chiederci di prenotare un alloggio locale per te, oppure puoi scegliere di prenotare il tuo alloggio nei luoghi notturni.

Voglio che Rabbie's prenoti il mio alloggio, cosa succede ora?

Una volta prenotato il tour, prenoteremo tutto il tuo alloggio e il tuo autista ti lascerà con i padroni di casa. Pagherai direttamente il tuo alloggio. La maggior parte non accetta carte di credito, quindi preparati a pagare in contanti.

Che cosa succede se desidero modificare la prenotazione dell'alloggio con Rabbie's?

Le modifiche all'alloggio non possono essere garantite e sono soggette a disponibilità. Si applicherà una tassa di modifica.

Ho prenotato il mio alloggio c'è qualcosa che devo fare?

Dovrai contattarci con i dettagli della tua sistemazione. Si prega di prenotare solo l'alloggio all'interno delle città durante la notte in cui il tour si ferma. L'autista ti lascerà all'alloggio prescelto purché sia relativamente centrale.

Cosa succede se cancello il mio tour con un breve preavviso?

Se annulli meno di tre giorni prima della partenza, potresti essere responsabile per il costo della sistemazione della prima notte. E occasionalmente potresti essere responsabile per tutte le spese di alloggio.

Quali sono i tipi di alloggio?

Cerchiamo di prenotare un alloggio che si trova a non più di 20 minuti a piedi dal centro della città. Controlliamo regolarmente i nostri fornitori di alloggi per garantire che raggiungano un certo standard. I prezzi sottostanti sono solo indicativi.

Standard B & B (Bed & Breakfast)

Il bagno e la doccia sono condivisi con almeno un'altra stanza della casa e il prezzo include la colazione. Il costo è di £35 - £40 a persona a notte. Una camera singola standard costa £40 - £60 a notte.

B & B En suite

Le docce e i servizi igienici sono privati e la colazione è inclusa nel prezzo. Il costo è di £45 - £55 a persona a notte. Un singolo con bagno privato è di £60 - £80 a notte.

Hotel

Gli hotel hanno un bar o un ristorante e offrono pasti serali. La colazione è inclusa nel prezzo. Il costo è di £70 - £85 a persona a notte. Una singola è £85 - £130 a notte.

Ostelli

Un ostello è composto da dormitori con da 4 a 16 letti a castello. I bagni sono a breve distanza dalla stanza del dormitorio. Le attrezzature della cucina sono attrezzate in modo da poter preparare i propri pasti. Il costo in base ai letti del dormitorio è di £19 - £25 a persona a notte.

Si noti che gli ostelli SYHA offrono solo dormitori dello stesso sesso. Alcuni ostelli indipendenti offriranno stanze miste (maschi e femmine insieme).

Ho altre domande, chi può aiutarmi?

Se hai altre domande, puoi leggere le nostre Domande frequenti , chiamaci su + 44 (0) 131 226 3133 o e-mail rooms@rabbies.com .

Domande Frequenti

Do you offer hotel pickups in the departure cities?

The UK and Ireland's historic city centres are full of narrow streets and winding roads. So, to speed up your departure, we only pick up from our central meeting points. What's more is leaving the city using the most direct route also reduces the carbon footprint of our tours.

Is there parking close to the departure point?

We don't recommend bringing your car into the centre of our departure cities. It can be hard to find parking, and there are excellent public transportation services.

When should I get to the departure point?

Arrive 15 minutes before your departure time. Due to waiting restrictions, we can't wait for you if you're late.

What happens if I'm late or miss the tour?

If you're late for your tour, our cancellation policy applies.

What are your cancellation policies?

We have a cancellation period of three days for our one day tours, and 21 days for longer tours. If cancelled outside this period, we'll give you a full refund minus a 10% admin charge. If you cancel inside this period, refunds are at our discretion. Click here to view full terms and conditions.

What is a guaranteed departure?

It's simple: you book, you go. This means we'll never cancel your tour because of a minimum numbers policy.

Can I pre-book a specific seat?

Due to logistical reasons, we're unable to let you pre-book a seat on the bus. But our comfortable 16-seat mini-coaches have huge windows. So, you'll always get a good view.

Are there toilets on the bus?

Unfortunately, we have no on-board toilet facilities, but you'll have regular comfort breaks.

How do you cater for people with accessibility needs?

We aim to accommodate everyone. To read more information on how we do this, click here to go to our accessibility guide.

Do you take children on your tours?

We regret we don't carry children under the age of five on our scheduled tours.

You can ask us about the tours we recommend for younger children. And if your child is less than 1.35m tall, you should let us know, so we can provide them with a suitable booster seat.

How much time do I get off the bus?

We want you to enjoy Britain and Ireland. And we believe the best way to do this is to get you off the mini-coach and out exploring. So, we give you plenty of time to take photos, go walking, and explore ancient ruins.

Why do you exclude visitor attractions?

We exclude visitor attractions in your tour price because it lets you travel your way. It means you can pamper yourself with a luxury lunch or skip an attraction whenever you feel like it.

Do we need to bring our own lunch?

You don't need to. We stop in small towns, villages, and rural eateries where you can choose whatever meal pleases both your taste buds and your budget.

Should I tip the driver-guide?

Let's be honest, our driver-guides would never refuse a cheeky bonus. But it's up to you, and the amount is entirely at your discretion.

What about travel insurance?

We advise you take out travel insurance.

What is ABTOT?

You're protected by ABTOT when you chose to let us reserve your accommodation on a multi-day tour. This means you can claim back anything you've paid us if we become bankrupt. Read our terms and conditions for more information.

I have more questions, who can help me?

If you have any more questions, call us on +44(0)131 226 3133, email tours@rabbies.com , or check out our full FAQs .

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