Caithness Discovery Tour
The full-day Discovery Tour lasts approximately seven hours, costs from £80 per person, and can be tailored to suit your interests. So much of Caithness is hidden from the casual visitor; the abundant wildlife, stunning coastal scenery, precarious cliff-top ruined castles, and hundreds of mysterious stone age structures. Join a Discovery Tour to get a flavour of the region, and you can have the secrets revealed and their mysteries explained.
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Ancient Caithness Tour
Half-day tours of Ancient Caithness take approximately four hours and cost from £60 per person (min. two people). We will guide you through six thousand years of human habitation in the far north. Some of the oldest castles in Scotland dating from the 12th Century can be found in Caithness, often perched high above the sea on narrow rock promontories. There are also more broch sites dating from the iron-age (c 700 BC to around AD 500) in Caithness than anywhere else in Scotland, and there is an abundance of neolithic cairns, standing stones and stone circles.
Travel west along the beautiful North Coast of Scotland on a day trip to Durness in Sutherland. Discover deserted beaches, sea lochs, castles and clearance villages along the way, including a stop to look for dolphins, porpoise and whales at Strathy Point. At Durness you can visit Smoo Cave, stroll along beautiful Sangoe Bay beach, or stop for a chocolate fix at Cocoa Mountain, depending on time and preferences.
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We offer Tailor-made half-day and full-day tours to suit your individual needs. Let us know when you Contact Us if there is something specific you wish to see, we can then discuss your requirements further before booking your Tailor-made Tour. If you are arriving at Invergordon or Scrabster on a cruise ship, or travelling by train, make the most of your day with a Tailor-made tour.
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On all our tours there is plenty of time to soak up the scenery and take photos so don’t forget to bring your camera. And don’t forget your warm and waterproof outdoor clothing – it is best to be prepared for all weather conditions in Scotland.