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Full-Day Private Invergordon Shore Excursion: Clava Cairns, Loch Ness, Culloden

Full-Day Private Invergordon Shore Excursion: Clava Cairns, Loch Ness, Culloden - Invergordon, United Kingdom
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Invergordon, United Kingdom

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$773.97

Join us on a fascinating 10 hour private shore excursion out from Invergordon to Clava Cairns, a Bronze Age cemetery complex of passage graves; ring cairns, kerb cairns and standing stones. The magnificent stronghold of Cawdor Castle which stands on the east bank of the steep-sided valley of the Allt Dearg, the atmospheric Culloden moor and discover more about the events leading up to, during and after the Battle of Culloden and then do some "Nessie" hunting on the iconic Loch Ness.

After being met between 0800/0830hrs by your Driver/Guide on the quayside, you will be escorted to your VIP Class 8 seat Mercedes Minibus, or 6 seat "V" Class Mercedes ... More info ›

Join us on a fascinating 10 hour private shore excursion out from Invergordon to Clava Cairns, a Bronze Age cemetery complex of passage graves; ring cairns, kerb cairns and standing stones. The magnificent stronghold of Cawdor Castle which stands on the east bank of the steep-sided valley of the Allt Dearg, the atmospheric Culloden moor and discover more about the events leading up to, during and after the Battle of Culloden and then do some "Nessie" hunting on the iconic Loch Ness.

After being met between 0800/0830hrs by your Driver/Guide on the quayside, you will be escorted to your VIP Class 8 seat Mercedes Minibus, or 6 seat "V" Class Mercedes. We then make our way to Clava Cairns, or the Prehistoric Burial Cairns of Bulnuaran of Clava, a group of three Bronze Age cairns located near Inverness. These cairns are hugely significant and an exceptionally well preserved prehistoric site, Clava Cairns is a fantastic example of the distant history of Highland Scotland, dating back about 4,000 years.The cemetery was used in two periods. At around 2000 BC a row of large cairns was built, three of which can still be seen today. A thousand years later the cemetery was reused and new burials were placed in some of the existing cairns and three smaller monuments were built including a 'kerb cairn'. Traces of a smaller cemetery can also be seen at Milton of Clava, a short distance up the valley to the west.

Next we head slightly East to the impressive Cawdor Castle, surrounded by an extensive estate, you can wander at will through the walled garden, flower garden and wild garden. Or enjoy an extensive tour which covers two floors of the central tower and the north and west ranges, including a series of impressive reception and living rooms as well as a number of bedrooms, service areas and more unique features such as the Thorn Tree Room and neighbouring dungeon. After Lunch, we head West towards Culloden moor and Culloden Battlefield and visitor centre. Find out more about the events leading up to, during and after the infamous Battle of Culloden on that fateful day in April 1746. The battle lines have been drawn, two armies face each other, at stake is the very future of the British Monarchy and a Highland people. With over 1,200 dead in just one hour Culloden was a short but bloody battle - the last to be fought on British soil. Now you can experience and understand so much more about the events leading up to, during and after the battle. Follow characters who were actually involved in the battle around the interactive exhibition, experience the true horror of the battle in an immersive film, and take a battlefield tour, and watch the presentations that bring the battle to life.  Your last visit of the day is to the shores of Loch Ness. At 23 miles long and over 700ft deep it’s the largest loch by volume in Scotland and contains more water than every lake in England and Wales combined! The loch is best known “Nessie” the Loch Ness Monster, and here you can take the opportunity to go and see if you can find her, on your optional boat trip aboard  or simply to enjoy the beautiful scenery.After your time spent at Loch Ness, we head back towards Invergordon and your waiting cruise ship, with a million memories and a camera full of photographs.

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INVERGORDON SHORE EXCURSION - LOCH NESS AND INVERNESS

INVERGORDON SHORE EXCURSION - LOCH NESS AND INVERNESS - Invergordon, United Kingdom

Duration: 6 to 7 hrs
Location: Invergordon, United Kingdom

From USD
$78.03

Our tour starts in the historic town of Invergordon and travels along the banks of the River Ness, explores Loch Ness and the fantastic Urquhart Castle. The tour then moves on to Inverness, the capital of the Highlands of Scotland and finally goes back to the shores of Invergordon.

Time of Departure and Arrival depend on the Cruise timetables ... More info ›

Our tour starts in the historic town of Invergordon and travels along the banks of the River Ness, explores Loch Ness and the fantastic Urquhart Castle. The tour then moves on to Inverness, the capital of the Highlands of Scotland and finally goes back to the shores of Invergordon.

Time of Departure and Arrival depend on the Cruise timetables. Our staff will be on the Pier waiting for you and the tour will end with plenty of time for you to board on your ship.

Most tours depart at 9.30am from Invergordon Ocean Terminal.
Mort tours return at 4.30pm to Invergordon Ocean Terminal.

You will be met at the port by a Tour Skye representative who will then guide you to your transportation ready to commence your tour.

These are some of the highlights you will see:

LOCH NESS
Our fabulous day trip takes you to the world famous Loch Ness. The mystery surrounding our famous Loch and its elusive monster are legendary. It’s why visiting Loch Ness in search of signs of the world’s most beloved beastie is a favourite pastime for anyone visiting the area.
Enjoy a bit of monster hunting for yourself with a round drive along the banks of Loch Ness.

URQUHART CASTLE
This loch which official maximum depth on the current chart is just below 230m.
We’ll stop at its most picturesque spots; mentioning the fantastic ruins of Urquhart Castle should already tempt you, but what comes next is even more exciting.

INVERMORISTON FALLS
The quaint Invermoriston Falls, with its pristine waters, will make you crave to dive in.

FORT AUGUSTUS
Fort Augustus, situated on the most southern tip of Loch Ness on the Great Glen Way, is an historic and scenic hamlet, where you will have plenty of time to stroll along the Caledonian Canal.

FOYERS
We then journey to Foyers and its beautiful waterfalls.

DORES
We arrive in Dores where you can enjoy the sight of white beaches contrasting the dark colour of the loch’s deep waters. Here you’ll learn all about a Scottish man that has lived alongside the Loch for over 20 years looking to catch a glimpse of the Loch Ness monster.   
You will be thrilled by the most dramatic landscapes, with the steep sides of the Great Glen fault rising over 1000 feet on each side. It is a view that is photographed over and over again - different every day, every hour, as the light and the weather changes with infinite variety.

INVERNESS
Last stop of our tour is in the bonnie capital of the Highlands of Scotland, Inverness. The name Inverness comes from the Scottish Gaelic "Inbhir Nis” meaning the mouth of the River Ness. The Burgh of Inverness was granted a Royal Charter in the 12th century and has grown steadily ever since. Inverness is renowned for being the administrative, distribution and cultural centre of Northern Scotland and through the last quarter of the 20th century, was one of the fastest growing towns in Western Europe.
In Inverness you have about an hour to explore the most beautiful sights: the castle, the cathedral, the iconic River Ness and to do some shopping.

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LOCHNESS TOUR FROM INVERGORDON PORT

LOCHNESS TOUR FROM INVERGORDON PORT - Invergordon, United Kingdom

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Invergordon, United Kingdom

From USD
$338.20

Starting your day at Invergordon around 9am you will go on to see old castles and small towns and villages of the highland including Beauly- Drumnadrochit & Urquhart Castle, Inverness with the chance of stopping at a distillery or Local bar for taste of the finest beer in Inverness 
this tour lasts for upto 6-7 hours

Today your tour will be starting at the port of Invergordon for 9am Prompt 
once we leave Invergordon you will be heading to Mount Gerald a Scenic view point over the cromarty river (5 MIN for photos) passing though Alness and Evanton
Next we will pass through Dingwall - Conon Bridge 
Your first stop will be to see the highland cow at Robertson farm Beauly (15 mins) then on to Beauly priory
From Beauly we are heading to Drumnadrochit & Urquhart castle with a chance to go inside the exhibition centre and see the lochness monster. Next we are passing lochness with a chance of photo's at wellington layby before stopping at several locations in inverness.
Once we reach inverness we will drive along River Ness  to Inverness cathedral - town centre and castle if we have enough time we could visit the Magical Cawdor castle or battlefield at culloden before returning to the port of cromarty firth 

your driver guide will be a local taxi driver with knowledge and experience of the local area with some facts and history of the area to answer your questions

we do not include any admissions - meals - etc on this tour

Starting your day at Invergordon around 9am you will go on to see old castles and small towns and villages of the highland including Beauly- Drumnadrochit & Urquhart Castle, Inverness with the chance of stopping at a distillery or Local bar for taste of the finest beer in Inverness 
this tour lasts for upto 6-7 hours

Today your tour will be starting at the port of Invergordon for 9am Prompt 
once we leave Invergordon you will be heading to Mount Gerald a Scenic view point over the cromarty river (5 MIN for photos) passing though Alness and Evanton
Next we will pass through Dingwall - Conon Bridge 
Your first stop will be to see the highland cow at Robertson farm Beauly (15 mins) then on to Beauly priory
From Beauly we are heading to Drumnadrochit & Urquhart castle with a chance to go inside the exhibition centre and see the lochness monster. Next we are passing lochness with a chance of photo's at wellington layby before stopping at several locations in inverness.
Once we reach inverness we will drive along River Ness  to Inverness cathedral - town centre and castle if we have enough time we could visit the Magical Cawdor castle or battlefield at culloden before returning to the port of cromarty firth 

your driver guide will be a local taxi driver with knowledge and experience of the local area with some facts and history of the area to answer your questions

we do not include any admissions - meals - etc on this tour

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North tour to Dunrobin Castle

North tour to Dunrobin Castle - Invergordon, United Kingdom

Duration: 4 to 6 hrs
Location: Invergordon, United Kingdom

From USD
$338.20

Collecing you from the port of Invergordon to start your day heading north to the Sutherland County of Golspie to see Dunrobin castle and the historical towns and one of the most spectacular views of the Dornoch firth This tour can last upto 6 hours

Starting your day at Invergordon at our collection point between 8.30 & 9am.
from Invergordon we are going to head on the backroads through Ardross to Millionaires view at the top of the struie for photos. 
Next your going to the falls of the river shin its possible from end of June till august you could see Scottish wild salmon jumping so if you have a good trigger finger have your camera at the ready.
your next stop is the spectacular Dunrobin Castle and gardens home of the sutherland family if your here before 11.30am in the gardens you could catch the falconry display.
Next stop on this tour is town of Dornoch Visit the museum or the jail house shop for gifts and enjoy a walk round the old town before the last stop Glenmorangie Distillery you should definitely call in for taste of the highlands finest and maybe a tour.

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Collecing you from the port of Invergordon to start your day heading north to the Sutherland County of Golspie to see Dunrobin castle and the historical towns and one of the most spectacular views of the Dornoch firth This tour can last upto 6 hours

Starting your day at Invergordon at our collection point between 8.30 & 9am.
from Invergordon we are going to head on the backroads through Ardross to Millionaires view at the top of the struie for photos. 
Next your going to the falls of the river shin its possible from end of June till august you could see Scottish wild salmon jumping so if you have a good trigger finger have your camera at the ready.
your next stop is the spectacular Dunrobin Castle and gardens home of the sutherland family if your here before 11.30am in the gardens you could catch the falconry display.
Next stop on this tour is town of Dornoch Visit the museum or the jail house shop for gifts and enjoy a walk round the old town before the last stop Glenmorangie Distillery you should definitely call in for taste of the highlands finest and maybe a tour.

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Invergordon Shore Excursion: Loch Ness, Inverness and Urquhart Castle

Invergordon Shore Excursion: Loch Ness, Inverness and Urquhart Castle - Invergordon, United Kingdom

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Invergordon, United Kingdom

From USD
$218.53

This is a great opportunity to visit our beautiful medieval city of Inverness, where you can see the cathedral and castle. Enjoy a cruise on the Loch Ness famous lake and try and take a photo home of the legend.

Inverness is known as the capital of the Scottish Highlands, it is one of Europe's fastest growing cities and a great choice for a shore excursion when in port.

This six hour fun tour includes a relaxing cruise on the world famous Loch Ness ... More info ›

This is a great opportunity to visit our beautiful medieval city of Inverness, where you can see the cathedral and castle. Enjoy a cruise on the Loch Ness famous lake and try and take a photo home of the legend.

Inverness is known as the capital of the Scottish Highlands, it is one of Europe's fastest growing cities and a great choice for a shore excursion when in port.

This six hour fun tour includes a relaxing cruise on the world famous Loch Ness. This loch (lake) is 755 feet deep, which makes it the biggest loch in the British Isles. Here you could meet the legend that is the Loch Ness Monster.

A highlight of the tour is the stunning Urquhart Castle, here we will explain the role it played during the War for Scottish Independence. Built in the 13th century, royalty used to live here until part of it was destroyed to stop it being used by the opposition.

The adventure continues on a coach ride back to Inverness with stunning views of Loch Ness during the journey. Here you can wander Inverness whilst hearing the interesting history it offers and how it is linked to Loch Ness.

This tour will allow some great opportunities for photos, including the of the massive Inverness Castle. This red sandstone structure is the latest in a succession of castles that have stood on this site throughout the centuries. You will also see Inverness Cathedral, a large Episcopal church that evolved from a humble mission effort in 1853.

Towards the end of the tour their are some good opportunities to take a souvenir of Scotland home before we head back to port to meet your ship with plenty of time before it departs.

This tour will live long in the memory and is a great choice for anyone cruising round the Uk.

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