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Scottish Safari and Whisky Trails

Staycation
DURATION

3-5 Nights

DEPARTURES

Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton, London Stansted

£ 414

OVERVIEW

Scottish safari and whisky trails  

2  people for 4 nights between June and September 

From £414 pp (plus flights if required)

Deposit £300

Fully ATOL & ABTA-protected 

Included in your holiday 

  • Exciting 4x4 Highland safari in the Perthshire Highlands 
  • An afternoon in the quintessential Scottish town of Pitlochry 
  • Full-day tour, including two distilleries and the iconic Loch Lomond 
  • Guided orientation walk of Edinburgh, known as the ‘Athens of the North’ 
  • Four nights' bed and breakfast accommodation at the four-star Wilde Aparthotels by Staycity Grassmarket, Edinburgh 
  • Fully escorted by a friendly, experienced tour manager 
  • ATOL Protected 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Spend five days exploring the Scottish wilderness from your city centre base in Edinburgh 
  • Enjoy an exciting 4x4 Highland safari in the Perthshire Highlands 
  • Included visit to the quintessential Scottish town of Pitlochry 
  • Tours of two distilleries and the iconic Loch Lomond 
  • Guided orientation walk of Edinburgh, known as 'the Athens of the North’ 
  • Optional architectural tour of Edinburgh 

DESCRIPTION

Experience the vibrant colours and clear air of the great Scottish outdoors on this exceptional five-day break. 

You’ll stay in the heart of Edinburgh, often referred to as ‘the Athens of the North’, in the city’s charming Old Town. From here, you’ll quite literally get off the beaten track as you enjoy a unique 4x4 Highland safari through the Perthshire Highlands, followed by an afternoon spent in picturesque Pitlochry.  

No trip to Scotland would be complete without whisky, and this trip is no exception. On the following day, a visit to stunning Loch Lomond is bookended by tours of two local distilleries to learn about all things whisky. 

An optional tour of Edinburgh’s famous architectural gems on the final day completes a reinvigorating break.  

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