Lindsay's Highland Tours Brochure - Catalog - Page 22
Eilean Donan Castle
Truly iconic and breathtaking castle.
Inverness to Skye
Arriving in the dreamy island of Skye, your first stop will be the enchanting fairy
pools. These vibrant and crystal clear pools will allure you to adventure around them.
(Please be advised some walking where there is no pedestrian path will be required).
These high cliffs and attractive lighthouse is one of the most photographed areas of
Scotland for a reason!
The ground of this castle are a hidden oasis featuring waterfalls and ornate bridges
which you can wander through.
This mythical looking landscape will be sure to delight you.
Lovable town with rugged views and you can stop off for some lunch here.
The Museum of Island Life
An area rich in history where you can gain true insight of ancient Scottish life.
Castle remains with an amazing sea viewpoint.
An essential walk for any keen photographer as these are some of the most
spectacular landscapes in Scotland.
Kilt Rock and Mealt Falls
A picturesque observation point offering panoramic views of waterfalls, cliffs & sea.
Old Man of Storr
This is definitely a famous Instagram moment and probably the most iconic location
in Skye. (Please be advised a mountain climb is required too see Old Man of Storr).
Your driver will drop you off at your accommodation in this colourful village.
Legend has it if you stick your face in the water under the
Old Sligachan Bridge in the Isle of Skye for 7 seconds and
let it dry off naturally, you’ll be granted eternal beauty.