Day tour of Skye from your Cruise Ship
On this tour you will experience a rugged land of magnificent peaks, fast flowing rivers and isolated moors.
We will transport you to the far northern peninsula of Skye to Trotternish, the area is known for its fantastical landscapes and stunning coastal vistas, along this Jurassic coastline we shall be taking in
The Old Man of Storr, the 200ft stone pillar is one of the iconic natural features of the dramatic Trotternish Ridge, from here its then onto Kilt Rock with the distinctive pillars and beautiful waterfall,
We take the opportunity to drive up the Quiraing, lying in the far North of Skye, This is a place like no other, simply stunning, its part of the largest landslip in Europe. Come to the cliff edge with me and see it for yourself!
We will continue our tour towards Dunvegan Castle, Dunvegan is the only castle in northern Scotland to have been continuously inhabited by the same Clan, Chiefs of MacLeod for over 800yrs.
From here its just a wee drive over the hill road and back to your ship,
Places of Interest,
~The Old Man of Storr
~Cuillin Mountain Range
If you wish to visit the Distillery instead of the Castle, we can do that.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will meet you on the pier with a toursbylocals nameboard with your name on it.
End location: I will drop you off at your ship
Duration: 6 hours 30 min.
transportation is by a Mercedes Viano, fully air conditioned, every seat reclines, panoramic views, 6 seater full leather interior.
~Transportation and Guide, in an air conditioned, panoramic views, full leather interior, every seat reclines, 6 seater Mercedes Viano.
~Services of a Driver/Guide
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 GBP - This is for entrance into the castle and lunch.
Entrances into sites of Interest & Lunch and beverages.
I have no restrictions, I can drive/guide any tour up to a max of 16 passengers, I will meet you at your city accommodation or if it's a cruise ship tour from Edinburgh, Invergordon or Portree, I can take you wherever you want to go, Chì mi fhathast thu