GBP Prices: Sharing – £4095 p.p.   Solo traveler – £5375

Join us on our Scotland Walking Tour and we will guide you through the highlights of this enchanting country. It is a remarkable destination with so much to offer that it is a must-see at least once in your lifetime.

With its breathtaking natural landscape unspoiled, Scotland still has one of the largest wilderness areas in Europe!

Tour Dates:
27 June – 6 July 2022

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Walking & Hiking
  • Activity Level Leisurely
  • Group Size Small Group
All about the Scotland.

A journey through Scotland

DURATION: 10 days

PICK UP: Edinburgh Hotel

DROP OFF: Glasgow airport

From lochs to mountains, jagged peaks to rugged coastlines, tundra plateaus to deep forests, Scotland speaks for itself. Its history is enviable, its culture unique, and all this is still evident today from the countless castles left to show for it to the local folk music which still rings loud in pubs and inns.

On this tour, we will make our way around Scotland from Edinburgh to the northeast coast and Inverness, off west to the Isle of Skye and back down to Glasgow stopping along the way to explore castles, the Cairngorms, Loch Ness and so much more. Not to mention a trip along the Jacobite Steam Train cutting straight through the western Highlands and whisky tasting in some of the oldest distilleries.

Scotland has shaken off its old reputation for deep-fried food and unsmiling service and can now compete with the best in Europe. New-found respect for top-quality local produce means that you can feast on fresh seafood mere hours after it was caught, beef and venison that was raised just a few miles away from your table, and vegetables that were grown in your hotel’s own organic garden.

If you would like to speak with us to know more about our Scotland Walking Tour, please write us an email. We would be happy to hear from you and help you plan your next adventure!

NOTE: Tours based in England are charged in £ GBP. All the other conversions are approximate.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • 2 experienced tour leaders 24/7
  • All breakfasts, lunches, and dinners as per itinerary
  • Wine, water & coffee with meals
  • All accommodations
  • All gratuities for hotel porters and waiters
  • Minibus transport from start to finish
  • Entrance fees to museums, events and parks as listed on itinerary
  • Local specialist guiding fees
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Flights
  • Transfer to the meeting point
  • Travel insurance and other emergencies
  • Visa fees and entry clearing fees
  • Single room accommodations
  • 1 lunch & 1 dinner
  • Minibar
  1. Day 1 Welcome to Edinburgh

    We meet at 14.30 at the hotel in Edinburgh. We start on a high note with a visit to Edinburgh Castle, one of the oldest fortified places in Europe. With a long rich history as a royal residence, military garrison, prison and fortress, it is alive with many exciting tales. When you climb Castle Hill, you will walk in the footsteps of soldiers, kings and queens – and even the odd pirate or two. Don’t worry we won’t be serving you Haggis on your first night, a delicious meal awaits you!


  2. Day 2 Walking tour of Edinburgh (5km)

    We start our day exploring the ancient city of Edinburgh, capital of Scotland. The tour takes us through the heart of the city, past St Giles Cathedral founded in 1124 and along the Royal Mile, which stretches from Edinburgh castle to Holyrood Palace and the houses of Parliament. The most charming part of Edinburgh are the little alleys and hidden courtyards which give the city a distinctly medieval feel. After lunch there is free time to explore further and see the Tartan Weaving Mill with high quality cashmere and lambswool products mill closed to public during the pandemic).

    MEALS INCLUDED: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  3. Day 3 Firth of Forth bridge - Kellie Castle – St Andrews

    We leave Edinburgh, stopping on the way to admire the famous bridges that span the Firth of Forth before heading for Kellie Castle. After lunch on the coast we continue to St Andrews to stroll its picturesque streets see the castle ruins and university quads. Here we have the possibility to stroll along the beach and see the famous Old Golf Course. Now we make our way to our restful hotel in Pitlochry where we can relax after dinner in readiness for our scenic historical walking trail next day.

    MEALS INCLUDED: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  4. Day 4 Loch Faskally historical walking trail (12km), Blair Castle & a Distillery

    From the pretty Loch Dunmore a lovely walk proceeds along Loch Faskally to Tenandry Kirk. and through native woodland to Killiecrankie where we hear the story of the Jacobite rebellion and the infamous Soldier’s Leap. After a picnic lunch we visit Blair Castle, the home of the Atholl dukes since the 13th century and the Atholl Highlanders ceremonial infantry regiment! The castle has a colourful history and a huge collection of old armoury and is brought to life with fine 18th century furnishings, portraits of Stuart Royalty and splendid grounds including a nine-acre walled garden. We tour a traditional Scottish malt whiskey distillery and then you are free to dine at your leisure.

    MEALS INCLUDED: Breakfast, Lunch

  5. Day 5 Loch Ness, the monster & Urquhart castle

    The mysterious waters of Loch Ness are world famous. Legend has it that a serpentine beast, the Loch Ness Monster, lurks beneath its surface. As we explore the lake surrounded by breath-taking scenery of the Highlands we keep our eyes out for Nessie. We will have the chance to see and explore the ruins of the historic Urquhart castle located on the shores of the loch. This afternoon we journey to the Isle of Sky, to the town of Portree where we will be spending the next two nights and doing some more hiking.

    MEALS INCLUDED: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  6. Day 6 Old man of Storr hike (6km) and the Isle of Skye

    It’s time to take a hike. Today we head up north on the Peninsula of Skye to enjoy some of the most breath-taking scenery yet. A pleasant walk will take us up to see one of the most photographed places in Scotland: The Old man of Storr with its spiky pinnacles of rock set against the backdrop of rocky mountains, rolling green hills and the coastline of the Isle of Skye. After a picnic lunch we will head just so slightly further north and walk out to Brothers Point, and see Kilt Rock and the Mealt waterfalls, where water gushes off the cliffs and drops down into the ocean far below. After a relaxing afternoon we drive out to a country inn for dinner tonight.

    MEALS INCLUDED: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  7. Day 7 Glenfinnan viaduct, Fort William and Glencoe

    We leave Portree and the Isle of Skye behind us and make our way to Armadale, to catch the ferry. We cross the Sound of Jura to the bustling fishing port of Mallaig which prides itself on fresh seafood and smoked kippers. From here after lunch, we will board the famous Harry Potter / Jacobite Steam train and journey for a couple of hours through the Scottish Highlands. We pass silvery beaches on the rugged coastline at Glenfinnan on Loch Shiel where in 1745 Bonnie Prince Charlie landed and raised his father’s Standard for the Jacobite campaign to restore King James II of England (VII of Scotland) to the throne. The train finishes its journey in Fort William at the foot of Ben Nevis, Britan’s tallest mountain (1345m).

    MEALS INCLUDED: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  8. Day 8 Exploring Glencoe and Loch Lomond (Optional 2km + 4km walk)

    We awake in Glencoe where we take a short morning walk in the woodland of An Torr and hear about the sorrowful 1692 Glencoe Massacre of Clan Macdonald. We travel south through awe-inspiring volcanic mountains and spectacular glacial glens to reach the National park of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs. Loch Lomond is the largest freshwater lake by surface area in Great Britain, and the second largest by volume after Loch Ness! After some free time to explore the village of Luss on the lake we have a light lunch. We cross to the eastern shore of the loch by boat (weather permitting) and visit the village of Balmaha where you can relax and take in the atmosphere or join us on a short lakeside walk along the West Highland Way. We continue to Glasgow, our last stop on our Scotland journey.

    MEALS INCLUDED: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  9. Day 9 Glasgow (6km + optional 3km)

    Glasgow is the biggest city in Scotland, vibrant and ancient with lots to offer. This morning we will first follow a river trail (3km) along the Clyde and then go on a guided walking tour of Glasgow city centre (3km) discovering its history and culture. Once you have had the chance to get yourselves oriented you will be free to enjoy the rest of your day exploring the city at your own pace. Glasgow truly has something to offer for every taste. If time permits and you still have the energy, we can make our way to the Kelvingrove park and museum (optional 3km). We meet in the evening to enjoy a delicious dinner and end our Scotland tour.

    MEALS INCLUDED: Breakfast, Dinner

  10. Day 10 Departure Day

    Our tour ends after breakfast. There is an optional drop off at Glasgow airport. If you are returning to Edinburgh you can take the train directly from the centre of Glasgow.

    If you wish, we can help you make other independent departure arrangements such as early taxis to your required destination.

    MEALS INCLUDED: Breakfast



Caroline & Carol are two old friends with a big passion in common: exploring the world from a local point of view. And this is how they will guide you thought Scotland!


We will guide you thorough the highlights of this enchanting country.


Scotland has lots to offer thanks to an ancient and fascinating heritage incredibly well preserved.

Accommodation Standard

A nice hotel and a good night’s sleep are an important part of your overall travel experience!

When considering a hotel, we look at more than just the rooms. We look for hotels or bed and breakfasts which are committed to ensuring their guests are well looked after and pay attention to detail, for example offering locally sourced breakfast produce, or a special selection of toiletries, or tea and coffee making facilities in the room. Wherever possible your hotel* will be perfectly positioned for exploring and will have a historical charm or maybe a new and innovative design. We choose the best possible places to stay ensuring that each night you are comfortably settled in a place that is welcoming and full of authentic local charm. We are on a mission to find the ingredients you need to wake up feeling rested and looking forward to each day of your Caspin Journeys tour!

Take a closer look at some of the places we have chosen for you…

Edinburgh – 2 nights
Inverness – 2 nights
Portree – 2 nights
Glencoe – 1 night
Glasgow – 2 nights

*Hotels may vary

ScotlandSome of the dream hotels you will find on this tour
A view from Portree
A travelers’ Inn in Glencoe
Country house hotel near Glasgow

Just send us an email with your enquires. If you prefer us to call you back, please provide also your telephone number and the best day and time suite you to receive a call from us.

Yes, it’s possible.

Once you have chosen your tour, click on the Book Now button. It will redirect you to our online booking form. We will personally send you a payment request by email just for the deposit, usually 25% of the total tour price.

Feel free to decide the best payment method for your needs! We accept credit/debit cards and bank transfer.

When it will be time to pay the rest, we will send you another email with the other payment request. We will assist you through all the steps and we will available to answer to all your questions.  our booking system allows you to choice if pay the full amount or only a deposit .

Yes, absolutely!
Here are our bank details:

GBP payments:

  • Account: Caspin Journeys Ltd, 65 Randall Rd, Kenilworth, CV8 1JX, United Kingdom
  • Account no. 91437267, Sort code 40-26-04
  • IBAN: GB54HBUK40260491437267
  • Bank Address: HSBC Bank Plc, 46 the Square Kenilworth, CV8 1EA

We recommend you fly to Edinburgh or Glasgow. There are shuttle services running from both airports to both cities.

The meeting point for this tour is at the hotel in Edinburgh.

Drop off is at Glasgow airport.

Tours based in England are charged in local currency (GBP £). All the other conversions are approximate.

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