For fans of the books and TV series "Outlander" based on Diana Gabaldon's books
For fans of the books and TV series "Outlander" based on Diana Gabaldon's books. Let me take you back to a time where Jamie and Claire met,
a time of romance, upheaval, loyalty and betrayal. The tour takes in places in the Scottish Highlands which the books was based on where fantasy
We will start the tour at Culloden Battlefield and take you back to 1746 to the Jacobite upheaval we will see the Fraser Stone - memorial. Onto Clava Cairns where Claire goes and takes her back in time to the Jacobite period and meets her true love Jamie. Onto Urquhart Castle to the beautiful view of Loch Ness where you may catch a glimpse of the "Water Horse" . Our final stop will be in Beauly where we will visit "Beauly Priory" built around 13th Century - only the Abbey Church sill stands today (from the Outlander books this is where most of the Frasers are buried).
Finally you might like to taste some Distilled (Scottish water) Via a visit to a local Distillery and then back to your ship to wave goodbye to Jamie and Claire with a tear in your Eye and smile on you face - Hast Ye Back.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Pick up from your accommodation or cruise port around the city of Inverness or an agreed location.
End location: Back to port or agreed location.
Duration: 5 hours 30 min.
I have a 2016 Citreon c 4 car which can seat x4 adults comfortably.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 GBP - Admission fees (castles, museums etc..), Parking Fees, any road/ferry tolls
Any refreshments or meals.
I have a 2016 4 seater car for 4Pax.
I can pick you up from your Hotel guest house B&B Holiday cottage etc
I will meet and greet outside port gates and walk to the vehicle.
Also Guide only can be provided.
Minibus for larger groups at extra cost.
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We had a lovely time with Richard. He tailored to our requests in the fly after our last minute booking and kept in mind my mother's mobilty. Thank you Richard for the great day!