Join us on this 6 hour sightseeing tour. Sit back relax and allow us to guide you through The Road to The Isles following The Jacobite Steam train crossing over The Glenfinnan Viaduct famed in The Harry Potter Movies as well as other vantage points on the way to Mallaig. On arrival at Mallaig you then join a 1 hour Western Isles boat cruise where you may catch sights of porpoise, dolphins seals, minke whales plus many more species of wildlife. On returning to Mallaig harbour as a Highland Mini Tour client you will have an exclusive discount code for the exciting and magical Hagrd Alley a new shop inspired by the world of Harry Potter selling wizardly wonders. On departure from Mallaig we take the coastal drive to Arasaig then back to Fort William.
Fort William is known as The Outdoor Capital of The UK, but tells many a story in its history. Formerly A Garrison town it lies in the shadows of Britain’s highest mountain. “Ben Nevis” It has witnessed scenes of battles and played its part in The Jacobite Uprising of 1745 and The Massacre of Glencoe.
Glenfinnan is a beauty spot at the head of Loch Shiel. You discover here The Glenfinnan monument erected on the spot where Bonnie Prince Charlie raised his standard in 1745 and you view The Jacobite Steam Train crossing the world famous Harry Potter Bridge.
Mallaig is a beauty spot and a fishing village situated on The West Coast at the end of The West Highland Line, the route taken on the Jacobite Steam Train famed in The Harry Potter Movies It boasts fantastic views to The Isle of Skye and The sound of Sleet which is a playground for Wildlife.
– Glenfinnan Viaduct famed in Harry Potter
– Viewing the Jacobite Steam Train
– A 1 hour Wildlife Cruise
– An exclusive visit to Hagrid Alley
– A full informative commentary
– Complimentary refreshments
Sights/Photo stops on The Tour
– Ben Nevis (weather permitting)
– The Glenfinnan Monument
– The Glenfinnan Viaduct
– The Jacobite Steam Train
– Neptune’s Staircase
– Inverlochy Castle
– Hagrid Alley
Departs daily at 09.00am from 30th March 2018 – 26th October 2018
Adults £60.00 – Child £50.00 – Family £210.00