Skye & Inverness

"The Real Highland Adventure"

Small Group Tours

At Caravan Tours & Travel we offer day trips, multiple day tours, bespoke and specialist tours.

We are passionate about people and therefore we guarantee a small group experience in our luxury buses with a maximum of 16 passengers, for those of you that want more - More time off the bus, more time experiencing local cultures, more time to walk, more access to the back roads, more time on a one to one with your knowledgeable guide!

Caravan Tours & Travel is committed to giving the independent traveler a tour experience like no other, with memories, sights, and sensations you will never, ever forget. We pride ourselves on being unique, friendly, fun, flexible, hospitable, inspired, environmentally-friendly, local, lovers of hidden places, considerate, knowledgeable, interactive and great story-tellers!

We offer concessions, group discounts and discounts on visitor attractions.

Best of Skye

​On the Best of Skye Tour, you will experience a rugged land of magnificent peaks, fast-flowing rivers, and isolated moors.

We transport you to the far northern peninsula of Skye to the Jurassic coastline of Trotternish, where you will have plenty time to explore and take several walks in an area of fabulous landscapes and stunning coastal vistas.

The Trotternish Ridge is a mighty inland cliff, part of a fantastical landscape of twisted, rocks, looming shadows and swirling mists.

We stop at Kilt Rock, the dinosaur stamping ground of Skye with its rich fossil heritage.

 

We travel to the west, passing Dunvegan, to dramatic Neist Point. This is the best place on the island to see awesome skies and endless oceans, to spot whales, dolphins, and sharks.

 

See for yourself why Skye has been voted by National Geographic as the fourth greatest island visitor experience in the world!


Pickup:

  • Portree

  • Broadford

Locations:

  • Old Man of Storr

  • Kilt Rock

  • The Quiraing

  • Dunvegan

  • Neist Point

The Fairy Dust Trail

Caravan Tours and Travel's Fairy Dust Trail will take you to all the secret fairy township on the mystical Isle of Skye.
Walk with the supermaturals through fairy- sized landscapes and forests, rock castles, and their most famous marble baths, the Fairy Pools.
From Portree, we transport you to Uig, and the charming Fairy Glen.
This is the most important meeting place of the fairies on Skye. From the glen we continue to the Fairy Bridge.

The bridge is said to mark the place where a fairy wife of a MacLeod chief said her final farewell to her husband and child before she left them to live amongst her own people. She wrapped the child in a magical fairy shawl. This shawl was preserved; it is the famed Faerie Flag of the MacLeoad cln, which can be seen today at Dunvegan Castle.

Our journey continues to the Fairy Pools, in the shadow of the Cuillin Mountains.
The Pools are located in one of the most dramatic landscapes on the Skye in Glen Brittle, one of the UK's best wild swimming spots.

Pickup:

  • Portree

  • Broadford

Locations:

  • Fairy Glen

  • Fairy Bridge

  • Dunvegan Castle

  • Fairy Flag

  • Fairy Pools 

Bollywood Bonanza Trail

This tour has been specially designed to include some of the very best scenery in the Highlands of Scotland, and also up to twelve locations that have been used for the filming of Bollywood movies. A traditional Indian lunch will be provided before leaving Skye and returning to Inverness.

Day 1
From Inverness to the Great Glen where Loch Ness, Urquhart Castle, and Drumnadrochit were also used in the filming of Three: Love Lies Betrayal and Main Solah Baras Ki.
We travel through an area of soaring mountains, as we traverse through Glen Sheil under the shadow of the Five Sister's of Kintail before reaching Eilean Donan Castle, used as a  film location for scenes from Kuch Khatti Kuch Meethi (2001) and Kandukondain Kandukondain (2000).
A short drive from here takes us to the unforgettable Isle of Skye!

Day 2
From Portree, we travel north to the Old Man of Storr, one of the iconic natural features on the dramatic Trotternish Ridge.


We make a stop at Kilt Rock with its rich fossil heritage, and the Quiraing, a landscape known for its other-wordly rock formations and stunning vistas. All of these locations have had many scenes from Kuch Khatti Kuch Meethi and Kyun! Ho Gaya Na (2004) shot here. For lunch you will sample some typical IndoScot cooking.

Pickup:

  • Inverness

Locations:

  • Loch Ness

  • Urquhart Castle

  • Drumnadrochit

  • Eilean Donan Castle

  • Isle of Skye

Inverness to Skye


Day 1
The beautiful scenery starts the minute we leave the city - you are in the Highlands!
From Inverness, you will journey towards the mighty stronghold of Urquhart Castle. The castle commands splendid views of the famous loch, the main Nessie-sighting "hotspot." and the Great Glen.
From here we travel west, through an area of soaring mountains, sparkling rivers, and wild moorlands as we traverse through Glen Sheil, towards our next stop, Eilean Donan Castle. You will have the opportunity to take a tour of the castle, the headquarters of James Bond's M in "The World is not Enough."
A short drive from here takes us on to the unforgettable Isle of Skye.

Day 2
We start the day with a drive past the Cuillin mountains as we travel to the harbour town of Portree. We go north to the Old Man of Storr, one of the iconic natural features on the dramatic Trotternish Ridge, a fantastical landscape of twisted rocks, looming shadows and swirling mists.
We make a stop at Kilt Pock. This is a place like no other, part of the largest landslip in Europe. The tour takes in large parts of the western side of Skye with its awesome skies and endless ocean, before heading south to the Kyle of Lochalsh and the pretty village of Plockton, a palm-lined natural harbour. A wild back road drive returns you to the City of Inverness.

Pickup:

  • Inverness

Locations:

  • Loch Ness

  • Urquhart Castle

  • Drumnadrochit

  • Eileam Donan Castle

  • Isle of Skye
     

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