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A SIX DAY TOUR OF THE ORIGINAL AND ICONIC ROUTE.

 

WHAT WE SAY: The North Coast 500 is a staggeringly beautiful route. As well as deserted beaches, mighty mountains, picturesque lochs and iconic wildlife there are medieval castles, prehistoric burial chambers, historic golf courses and enough outdoor activities to tire even the most active of adventurers. If all this seeing and doing is too much to contemplate then there are also the distilleries, wonderful seafood, artisans and warm Highland hospitality to investigate and experience too!

This tour will show you the very best of the classic NC500 but as well as the iconic attractions, we will still spring enough surprises over the five hundred miles to make you think about the Highlands in an entirely different way. What’s more, with your experienced guide by your side, you won’t have to concern yourself with navigating the miles of single track roads that you’ll encounter over long sections of the route.

Sit back, relax and allow us to lead you on an exploration of the North Coast 500.


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To view more photographs, visit our North Coast Explorer Photo Albums and enjoy the views.

 

TYPICAL HIGHLIGHTS:

Dunrobin Castle – ancestral home of the Duke of Sutherland

John O’Groats – the end of the road with the famous sign

Dunnet Head – the British mainland’s most northerly point

Lochinver – the food capital of the Highlands

Inverewe Gardens – coastal gardens with impressive California Redwoods

The Torridon Pass – dominated by the mighty Beinn Eighe

Bealach Na Ba – the twisty tortuous route to Applecross

 

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: 

We can customise the content of this tour to reflect your personal preferences.

Pick up and drop off is typically at Inverness Railway Station, Inverness Airport or any point on the route.

Standard pickup is 9.00 am and drop off is 5.30 pm.

See our terms and conditions for additional information.

 

*** Please contact us for our latest prices ***

 

To book a tour, visit our Tour Availability page, drop us an email at info@northcoast.scot or call us on 01847 851852.

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