Daily Highland Mini Tours

From our base in Fort William, we welcome you to come and join us on one or more of our new and exciting Daily Mini Tours all of which are new for 2018.

Let us take the hassle out of your visit to The Highlands as we invite you to sit back and relax in one of our vehicles and be guided around the dramatic landscapes of our beautifully carved Highlands.
 
Our Daily Highland Mini Tours offer more of a unique personal service than most other tours, and the opportunity to make friends with your local and knowledgeable guide and others as you share the experiences of your visit to the Highlands of Scotland.
 
Our Daily Highland Mini Tours are set and timed tours offering excellent value for money, for individuals, couples and small groups. Creating a memorable experience of your visit.
 
Our Driver guides are all experienced in both driving abilities and knowledge and hold a current CRB certificate.

The Daily Tours

TourDurationAdultChildFamily
Jacobite & Wildlife Spotter6 hours£60£50£210
Loch Ness – Mini Cruise on Loch Ness5 hours£60£50£210
Oban – Argyll – Glencoe6 hours£60£50£210
Fort William – Glen Nevis – Glenfinnan4 hours£40£30£130
Glencoe – Glen Etive – Ballachulish4 hours£40£30£130

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.
 
Tour Highlights
– 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
– Wildlife
– Hagrid Alley
 
Departs daily at 09.00am from 30th March 2018 – 26th October 2018
 
Adults £60.00 – Child £50.00 – Family £210.00
Join us on this exciting 5 hour sightseeing tour. Sit back relax and allow us to guide you through The dramatic landscape and tell you the stories from past eras.
 
Achnacarry is a historical area to the north west of Fort William famous for Achnacarry Castle the ancestral home of The Clan Cameron. This area was used as a training ground for The Commandos during WW2 and this scenic drive will also take you to The Commando Memorial and Caig Falls famed in the blockbuster movie Rob Roy.
 
Fort Agustus is a bustling hamlet situated in the Great Glen and at the southern end of Loch Ness, it is here where you will board your 1 hour cruise in search for Nessie The Loch Ness Monster. On your relaxing cruise you will have a stunning vista of the loch and view Cherry Island.
 
Tour Highlights
– A Scenic drive Achnacarry & Caig Falls
– A visit to Fort Agustus
– A relaxing cruise on Loch Ness
– A full Informative Commentary
– Complimentary Refreshments
 
Sights/Photo stops on The Tour
– Neptune’s Staircase
– The Caledonian Canal
– Achnacarry Castle
– Caig Falls
– The Commando Memorial
– Fort Agustus
– The Loch Ness Monster
– Cherry Island
– Inverlochy Castle
 
Departs daily at 13.00 from 30th March 2018 – 26th October 2018
 
Adults £60.00  – Child £50.00  – Family £210.00
Join us on this exciting 6 hour sight-seeing tour. Sit back relax and allow us to guide you through The dramatic landscape and tell you the stories from past eras.
 
Appin is a tranquil coastal village and is part of the Lynn of Lorn National Scenic Area, one of 40 in Scotland. As we pass through we view the authentic Castle Stalker one of the best persevered medieval tower houses in Scotland, which famed in Monty Python. We also hear tale of The Appin Murder famed in Robert Louis Stephenson’s novel Kidnapped.
 
Oban is known as The Gateway to the Isles, but has many a good story in its own history. Formerly a fishing village it lies in the shadows of McCaig’s Tower, the towns most prominent landmark. Having witnessed scenes of battles, and acted as a base for flying boats through the wars. We stop in Oban for a comfort stop.
 
Argyll is a historic county and corresponds to most of the part of the ancient kingdom of Dal RIata. Your journey through to The Rannoch Moor will take you through dramatic landscape and the remote villages of Taynuilt and Loch Awe.
 
Glencoe was formed by glaciers and is part of the National scenic area of Ben Nevis & Glencoe. It is described as one of the most spectacular and beautiful glens in Scotland. It’s dramatic scenery and haunting story of The Massacre of Glencoe in 1692 will excite you and make your tour memorable.
 
Tour Highlights
– A short visit to Oban
– Historical Castles
– Dramatic Scenery
– The Spectacular Glencoe
– A full Informative – Commentary
– Complimentary Refreshments
 
Sights/Photo stops on The Tour
– Castle Stalker
– Dunstafnage Castle
– The Falls of Lora
– Mc Caigs Tower
– Dunolie Castle
– St Conan’s Kirk
– The Rannoch Moor
– Movie Locations
– Glencoe
 
Departs daily at 13:00 from 30th April 2018 – 30th September 2018
 
Adults £60.00  – Child £50.00  – Family £210.00
Join us on this exciting 4 hour sightseeing tour. Sit back relax and allow us to guide you through The dramatic landscape and tell you the stories relevant to past eras.
 
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.
 
Glen Nevis is famous from many blockbuster movies such as Braveheart, Harry Potter, Highlander and Rob Roy. This very scenic and dramatic Glen is one of the finest in The Highlands.
 
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 view The Jacobite Steam Train crossing the world famous Harry Potter Bridge.
 
Tour Highlights
Glen Nevis famed in Braveheart
– Glenfinnan Viaduct famed in Harry Potter
– Viewing the Jacobite Steam Train
– A full informative commentary
– Complimentary refreshments
 
Sights/Photo stops on The Tour
– The Tomato Sauce Bottle Boat
– The Old Fort
– The Lower Falls
– Ben Nevis (weather permitting)
– The Glenfinnan Monument
– The Glenfinnan Viaduct
– The Jacobite Steam Train
– Neptune’s Staircase
– Inverlochy Castle
 
Departs daily at 08.30 from 30th March 2018 – 26th October 2018
 
Adults £40.00  – Child £30.00  – Family £130.00
Join us on this exciting 4 hour sightseeing tour. Sit back relax and allow us to guide you through The dramatic landscape and tell you the stories from past eras.
 
Glencoe was formed by glaciers and is part of the National scenic area of Ben Nevis & Glencoe. It is described as one of the most spectacular and beautiful glens in Scotland. It’s dramatic scenery and haunting story of The Massacre of Glencoe in 1692 will excite you and make your tour memorable. The Glen has also featured in many blockbuster movies such as Harry Potter.
 
Glen Etive is a stunning Glen shadowed by the majestic mountain Buachaille Etive Mor. This beautiful Glen has been used in blockbuster movies such as Braveheart and James Bonds Skyfall.
 
Kingshouse is thought to be one of Scotland’s oldest licensed inns, was originally built in the 17th century. It was used as barracks for the crown forces after The battle of Culloden in 1746. It is here a semi tame herd of deer can sometimes be seen.
 
Ballachulish is a historic village famed for its Slate Quarry and The burial Island of The Mac Donald’s of Glencoe. It is also the place where James of the Glen was hung for The Appin Murder. This story was inspired by Robert Lois Stephenson in his novel Kidnapped.
 
Tour Highlights
– The spectacular Glencoe
– Movie locations
– Haunting stories
– A full Informative – Commentary
– Complimentary – Refreshments
 
Sights/Photo stops on The Tour
– Glencoe
– Glen Etive
– Glencoe visitor centre
– Mac Donald Monument
– Ballachulish Slate Quarry
– Eilean Munde
– James of The Glen Memorial
– The Clachaig Inn
– Wild deer (not guaranteed)
 
Departs daily at 08:00 from 30th March 2018 – 26th October 2018
 
Adults £40.00  – Child £30.00  – Family £130.00


Booking essential to avoid disappointment
For further information on Full-Day / Guided / Bespoke tours please contact us

  • All Tours must be pre booked
  • Booking is essential to avoid disappointment
  • Tours must be paid for 48 hours prior to departure
  • Tours require a minimum of 3 passengers to operate
  • Tours carry a maximum of 6 passengers per vehicle
  • We can accommodate for larger groups
  • Last minute bookings are a minimum charge of 3 passengers
  • Child prices are up to the age of 12
  • Family tickets are based on 2 adults + 2 children
  • All Tours depart and Terminate at Fort William Travel Centre