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5 Days Ancient Orkney Islands

£3200( ferry crossing included)

Accommodation is NOT included

Day 1

  • Luss -- Picturesque Village in Loch Lomond and Trossachs National park 

  •  Glencoe the most beautiful landscapes of Scottish Highlands 

  • Fort William for lunch and view point of Ben Nevis Mountain 

  • Glenfinnan Viaduct and Monument 

  • Overnight Inverness  


  • Travel cross the Firth of Moray heading towards far north of Scotland.

  • Driving past the most picturesque Dunrobin Castle owned by Duke of Sutherland (photo stop)

  • Travel to Gill's bay and Boarding on the Ferry to the Magical Orkney Islands. 

  • Italian Chapel-- the Roman-Catholic Chapel Build by the Italian prisoners who were captured in North Africa and brought over to Orkney during the World war 2.

  • St. Magnus Cathedral Romanesque Architecture for the Bishops of Orkney, construction began in 1137. 

  • Evening time we will drop you off at the accommodation that you have booked. There are restaurants and bars available. You can enjoy the nice and friendly atmosphere.

  • Over night Kirkwall

Day 3

  • We are going to have a whole day exploring the beautiful and magical Orkney islands. 

  • The Neolithic ancient archaeology of standing stones.

  • The world UNESCO heritage site of the Neolithic village culture of the old Norse -- Skara Brae

  • Maeshowe -- stone build chamber cairn burials aged even older than the Pyramid. Viking history had been recorded inside of the Chamber.

  • We also take you to some breathtaking Landscapes such as the Cliff with Red sand stones, etc.

  • Back to Kirkwall to your accommodation.

  • Over night Kirkwall


  • Leaving Orkney Islands back to the mainland

  • Visit John O' Groat - where the far North east point of the United Kingdom, very good photo stop

  • Duncasby Stacks -- a pair of jagged, knife edged pinnacles of sea stack rocks jutting towards from the sea.  You can have a nice walk if its a nice day and taking beautiful photos.    

  • Heading back to Inverness and we will make photo stops on the way.

  • Inverness over night

Day 5

  • We are going to have an easy day 

  • Clava Cairn -- 4000 years old neolithic stone chamber

  • Culloden battlefield -- learn the Last Jacobite battle against the British government on 16th of April 1746

  • Pitlochry 

  • Forth Railway bridge -- the world UNESCO heritage site 

  • Back to Edinburgh to drop off


Max 7 Passengers


Approx 9 hours a day


Ferry Crossing

Edinburgh 8:30 


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