INTRODUCTION TO WHISKY & THE HIGHLANDS: DISTILLERY AND PERTSHIRE
To the Distillery
Embark on a journey from Edinburgh, crossing the Queensferry Crossing into the enchanting kingdom of Fife.
As you head north, the landscape undergoes a captivating transformation, changing from the gentle farmlands of the Lowlands to wooded hills and majestic mountains, marking the approach to the Highland fault line.
Along the banks of the River Tay lies the picturesque town of Dunkeld. Take a break here to explore the architecturally intriguing cathedral or stroll the charming streets of this idyllic village.
A short drive takes you to the hermitage, where a beautiful walk through the woods leads to Black Linn Falls, fairyland.
Continuing the journey, follow the broad valley of the River Tay towards the Victorian seaside resort of Pitlochry.
After lunch, embark on a scenic drive through the Perthshire Highlands. On a clear day, the view extends to the iconic Schiehallion peak and the distant Glencoe Mountains.
The next stop on the itinerary is a distillery visit and whisky tasting. After a delicious tasting of the "water of life", the tour takes you gently back to the Lowlands, concluding the day's exploration and returning to Edinburgh.
Check-in ends at 07:45 (tour starts at 08:00) at your hotel.
Arrivals (approx.) - 17:00 - with return to your hotel
Under 5 guests - price on demand
6 guests - £321 pp
7-8 guests - £283 pp
9 guests - £232 pp
10 -15 guests - 215 pp
16 - 19 guests - 155 pp
Contact us for groups above 19 guests
Do you have a group that doesn't like whisky? For the same price, we can replace the distillery with a visit to Stirling Castle.
Group of more than 10 people will probably have to be split into smaller groups for the distillery tour.
The schedule may be reversed according to availability.
Depending on the vehicle size, the walk to the hermitage can be exchanged for a walk to Killiecrankie and the Soldier's Leap.
All prices above include :
Distillery entry tickets and whisky tasting
Car/bus for your group
Local speaking guides
Local nibbles such as Tunnocks and shortbreads to discover a taste of Scotland
A"Scottish tea break" with a kilt-wearing demonstration (weather permitting)
A pub quiz on the bus
Do not include meals / we can arrange meals on demand
Wear warm clothes and comfortable shoes.
Raincoats or umbrellas are recommended.
What to bring with you?
Bring your confirmation, in your phone or printed to be checked by the guide
Departure Meeting point: