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Which tour is best for me?

Which Tour is Best for Me?

The itinerary is certainly especially important in making up your mind as to which Rob Roy Tours vacation most nearly fulfils your holiday expectations. For this reason we have collated for you (SEE BELOW) summary descriptions of all our itineraries with attractive maps in the Overview.

[GUIDED WALKING TOURS]

[GUIDED BUS TOURS]

[SELF-GUIDED TOURS]

But perhaps you are looking for answers to the following questions:
• How much do the weather and the colours of the landscape change according to the different times of year of my chosen tour?
• Which of the Rob Roy Tours walking tours suits my capabilities?
• Which of the guided tours are specially popular with couples, singles or families?
• I would like to stay longer than just for one tour. Do Rob Roy Tours holidays lend themselves easily to being combined with one another?
• Will Rob Roy Tours organise a personal holiday extension for me before and after my tour?
• I am tied to certain holiday dates. Has Rob Roy Tours a list of departure dates for the year?
• I have never been on a guided group tour. How independent can I be travelling with a Rob Roy Tours group, and who will be on the tour?
• I would like to travel with an international group. Has Rob Roy Tours English speaking international groups for those interested in meeting people from other cultures?

By simply looking through the relevant tour programme you will definitely discover things that are of particular interest to you personally. You can quickly find many answers to your own questions as they arise under “Frequently asked questions“.

Important: Whenever you feel unsure or have further questions, please call us on 0044-(0)1620-850408. We will call you back! By contacting us directly your own personal wishes in the planning of your tour and your individual holiday extension can best be looked after. You will always find with us a ready ear for your questions.


As walking tours in Scotland we recommend …

GUIDED WALKING TOURS

• … “Western Highlands – In the Footsteps of Rob Roy“, should you be coming on a walking holiday in Scotland for the first time. On our very popular walking tour through the Western Highlands you walk in the landscapes of “movie Scotland”. But you make the acquaintance of Loch Ness and Edinburgh too. Our classic tour!

• … “Islands and Highlands“, if you are already quite familiar with the Scottish mainland, and have also already experienced walking through the movie landscapes of the Western Highlands. Enter on foot the wild romantic beauty and silence of theScottish islands – where are there emptier white beaches? Culturally and historically Mull, Iona and Skye have much to offer you as well.

• … “In the Heart of Scotland” for walking, culture and discovery, if you are interested in a tour based on a single quiet location with a charming hotel in one of Scotland¹s most beautiful areas. This tour programme is outstanding value and offers you abundant leisure time for meeting people as well as for sporting and cultural activities and relaxation.

• … “Northern Highlights” on the Orkney and Shetland Islands, if you are already a true connoisseur of Scotland and are looking for something quite out of the ordinary. Encounter stunning natural history and the monuments of 6000 years of human occupation in practically never fading daylight. The Orkney and Shetland Islands and Sutherland are three of the most fascinating tourist destinations of northern Europe.

• … “Western Isles , if you are drawn to the far west and the Hebridean islands. Here you discover the haunts of numerous sea birds and seals and wonderful sandy beaches, with really crystal clear waters, as well as 4000 years of tangible history and traditional Celtic arts. enjoy one of the most fascinating wilderness areas on the north-western edge of Europe surrounded by the deeps of the Atlantic Ocean.

• … “Rob Roy Munro Tour”, if you are enthusiastic about a richly varied walking tour with the ascent of Munros amid the most beautiful Highland scenery, as well as encounters with the people and their culture, and with nature. For connoisseurs of Scotland The Trossachs are a unique walkers’ paradise, a land of mountain ranges, deep blue lochs and foaming waterfalls, offering the walker a magical combination of an enchanting landscape with the discovery of the turbulent history of the clans.

• … “Gardens and Walking Tour”, when you can feel equally inspired by artistically landscaped gardens and the overwhelmingly untamed nature of the Hebridean Islands and Western Highlands. In addition to wonderful walks, you experience public and private gardens which will quicken the pulse of any garden enthusiast. So we set the scene of Scotland’s fascinating flora and fauna for you against a backdrop of dramatic seascapes and lonely moorland.

• … “England’s Lake District National Park“, if you are attracted by staying in one place, in fine accommodation, in the midst of the magical scenery of mountains, waterfalls and lakes which make up this English artists’ paradise, with a walking tour that offers numerous opportunities for meeting people and sightseeing. Breathtaking nature, a wealth of cultural possibilities and sociable evenings in cosy, traditional pubs characterise the singular charm of the National Park.

• … “Irish Highlights“, should you wish to walk through the finest landscapes of the Emerald Isle. You enjoy the dramatic beauty of the coasts and the wild scenery of cliffs as well as picturesque palm fringed white beaches. Discover the silence of the wide moorlands and fascinating stone monuments of the Celtic past. In the evenings meet friendly Irish people in the proverbially hospitable pubs.

• … “Scottish Self-Guided Rail Tour“, if you prefer to travel WITHOUT a tour guide and are beguiled by the idea of combining romantic wilderness with stylish and comfortable travel. Three different accommodation options. Edinburgh, the capital city, rounds off a successful Scottish visit with a wealth of cultural offerings and a flexible and exceptionally varied sightseeing tour. This holiday is also available to you as a GUIDED TOUR with TWO DEPARTURES per year.

• … “Scottish Walking Tour – Self -Guided“, if you want to discover Scotland¹s natural history WITHOUT a tour guide, far from all roads, on foot and by train through romantic scenery. Three different accommodation options. You have a superb selection of precisely described idyllic short and eventful longer walks that you can enjoy on this tour.

• … “The Nature of Scotland“, if you are keen on numerous and varied opportunities to observe nature and the extraordinary variety of rare seabirds, plants, flowers and wild animals in one of Europe¹s last genuine wilderness areas. On our guided natural history discovery/study tour we set the scene for you of a fascinating flora and fauna against a backdrop of dramatic coastlines and lonely moorlands: central scotland, the east coast, the west coast, the Orkney Islands and the Hebrides.

GUIDED BUS TOURS

• … “Scotland – the Whisky Trail and More!“, should you wish to experience not only Scotland¹s finest tourist highlights on a round tour, but also at the same time to follow the trail of whisky¹s special secrets. A guided nine day tour packed with sightseeing events and experiences. Highlands, Lowlands and the world-famous Malt Whisky Trail – you will have the right of entry through normally closed doors.
• … “The Nature of Scotland“, if you are keen on numerous and varied opportunities to observe nature and the extraordinary variety of rare seabirds, plants, flowers and wild animals in one of Europe¹s last genuine wilderness areas. On our guided natural history discovery/study tour we set the scene for you of a fascinating flora and fauna against a backdrop of dramatic coastlines and lonely moorlands: central scotland, the east coast, the west coast, the Orkney Islands and the Hebrides.

• … Scotland in Style – Guided Railway Tour , if you are beguiled by the idea of combining romantic wilderness with stylish and comfortable travel. Three different accommodation options. Edinburgh, the capital city, rounds off a successful Scottish visit with a wealth of cultural offerings and a flexible andexceptionally varied sightseeing tour. TWO DEPARTURES per year.This holiday is also available to you as a SELF-GUIDED TOUR.

SELF-GUIDED TOURS

• … Scotland in Style – Self-Guided 9 Day Rail Tour, if you prefer to travel WITHOUT a tour guide and are beguiled by the idea of combining romantic wilderness and fascinating nature with stylish and comfortable travel. Three different accommodation options. Edinburgh, the capital city, rounds off a successful Scottish visit with a wealth of cultural offerings and a flexible and exceptionally varied sightseeing tour. The NINE DAY holiday is also available to you as a GUIDED TOUR with TWO DEPARTURES per year.

• … “Scotland in Style – Self-Guided 13 Day Rail Tour”, if you prefer to travel WITHOUT a tour guide and are beguiled by the idea of combining romantic wilderness and fascinating nature with stylish and comfortable travel. Three different accommodation options. Edinburgh, the capital city, rounds off a successful Scottish visit with a wealth of cultural offerings and a flexible and exceptionally varied sightseeing tour. The NINE DAY holiday is also available to you as a GUIDED TOUR with TWO DEPARTURES per year.

• … Scottish Railway Adventure Self -Guided 9 Day Walking Tour, if you want to discover Scotland’s natural history WITHOUT a tour guide, far from all roads, on foot and by train through romantic scenery. Three different accommodation options. You have a superb selection of precisely described idyllic short and rewarding longer walks that you can enjoy on this tour.

• … “Scottish Railway Adventure Self – Guided 13 Day Walking Tour”, if you want to discover Scotland’s natural history WITHOUT a tour guide, far from all roads, on foot and by train through romantic scenery. Three different accommodation options. You have a superb selection of precisely described idyllic short and rewarding longer walks that you can enjoy on this tour.

 

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