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                                                            Duart Castle Mull

The Hebrides and Orkney have to be reached by ferry with normally an overnight stay, the Isle of Skye however is reached by a bridge (there are also two ferry's if you wish to sail to Skye).

As your Inverness tour guide was born on Mull obviously he considers it the most beautiful of the islands but he is not biased of course, but all of the Scottish Islands have their own individual beauty.

In the summer some of the islands can be visited from Inverness in a long day meaning an early start and late finish in the region of 11-12 hours.

The options are many and varied and costings can only be given once we have your choices but for example:

 

Tour to Mull

Tobermory & Duart Castle or Day on Iona

 

Leaving Inverness at 08:00 we follow the road along Loch Ness to Fort William, where we stop for a light breakfast. Crossing the Corran Narrows by ferry we drive across the Ardgour Peninsula to the port of Lochaline and the short ferry crossing to Fishnish on Mull, here we head for Duart Castle home of the Clan Maclean for a tour of this Historic Castle.

We then head to Tobermory the pretty little town with its painted harbour front properties, sunken Spanish Galleon and the setting for the B.B.C. programme Balamory. Here there is time for lunch and a wonder around the town before we drive down the Sound of Mull to cross back to Lochaline, retracing our steps. 

Depending on time we stop for a wonder through the town of Fort William before heading back to Inverness via the South side of Loch Ness to arrive into Inverness between 18:00 - 19:00 in time for your evening meal.

More of Mull can be seen and a trip to Iona is possible email for details of the Iona visit.

Price for the day £700 including ferries.

 

 

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