Isle of Skye tour from Fort William, Fort Augustus & Invermoriston
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Tour Highlights

  • The only day tour to visit both the Fairy Pools and all of the top sights in Northern Skye; The Quiraing, Portree, The Old Man of Storr and Kilt Rock
  • Leave your car behind and see Skye with locals who know it (and love it!)
  • Complementary pick-up and drop-off in Invermoriston
  • Connects to bus from and to Fort William and Fort Augustus
Prices£75 pp
Times9.15am - 7.15pm
Free CancellationUp to 72 hours before tour starts
UpgradesFront row seats

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Your Ultimate Isle of Skye Tour starts in Invermoriston

Your Ultimate Isle of Skye Tour starts in Invermoriston
See all of Skye's highlights, in one action-packed day, with the people who know it best!

The Ultimate Isle of Skye Tour will pick you up from the Invermoriston (outside PeachieNess) at 9.15am. From here the tour is as detailed from number 2 – 9 on our Ultimate Skye Tour page. At the end of the day we will drop you off back in Invermoriston at 7.15pm. If you are staying in Fort Augustus or Fort William please check out our FAQ tab above for details of which connecting buses to get in the morning and in the evening, in order to join the tour. There are so many wonderful sights on the Isle of Skye and we have carefully crafted our itinerary to enable you to see as much as possible in one day, without feeling rushed. Even if you have your own car or campervan we would highly recommend leaving the driving to our highly experienced driver guide; we are adept at safely manoeuvring the single track roads and tourist traffic, letting you concentrate on enjoying the world-class scenery on Skye.

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How can I join the tour from Fort William?+

To join the tour from Fort William you can either take a bus or drive to join the tour in Invermoriston.

You need to take the 0730 Citylink bus from Fort William Bus Station. This bus arrives in Invermoriston (outside the village hall) at 0841. From here it is a very short walk (approx. 1 minute, public toilets on the way) to PeachieNess, where the tour will collect you at 0915.  At the end of the day the tour will drop you off in Invermoriston at around 1900, in plenty time for you to get the Citylink bus at 2105, arriving back in Fort William at 2205.  Whilst waiting for the bus back you may wish to have your dinner at the Glenmoriston Arms in the village (we would recommend booking a table in advance).

The return bus fare (as of May 2021) costs £10.20.  You can purchase your tickets from the Citylink website in advance and note that it is better value to purchase a return.

If you plan to drive the journey is approximately 40 miles and will take a minimum of one hour. Please leave plenty time for your journey as the road can be busy and it can be tricky to overtake large vehicles, so it may well take longer than you expect.   Upon arrival you can park at the Invermoriston Falls car park in the village (postcode for your satnav is IV63 7YA) which is just across the road from our pick up point.  There are public toilets here.    

How can I join the tour from Fort Augustus?+

To join the tour from Fort Augustus you can either take a bus or drive to join the tour in Invermoriston.

You need to catch the Citylink bus at 0829 in Fort Augustus. This bus arrives in Invermoriston (outside the village hall) at 0841. From here it is a very short walk (approx. 1 minute, public toilets on the way) to PeachieNess, where the tour will collect you at 0915.

At the end of the day the tour will drop you off in Invermoriston at around 1900, in plenty time for you to get the Citylink bus at 2105, arriving back in Fort Augustus at 2116. Whilst waiting for the bus back you may wish to have your dinner at the Glenmoriston Arms in the village (we would recommend booking a table in advance).

The return bus fare (as of May 2021) costs £2.80. You can purchase your tickets from the Citylink website in advance and note that it is better value to purchase a return (a single costs £2).

If you plan to drive the journey is approximately 7 miles and will take around 15 minutes.  Upon arrival you can park at the Invermoriston Falls car park in the village (postcode for your satnav is IV63 7YA) which is just across the road from our pick up point. There are public toilets here.

I would like to see Urquhart Castle, is this possible?+

Yes!  You can stay on the tour on the way home and we will drop you off in Drumnadrochit, after our photo stop at Urquhart Castle/Loch Ness.

If you are taking the Citylink bus you can start the tour in Invermoriston, then finish in Drumnadrochit at 1930, in plenty time for the bus departing from the village (opposite the post office) at 2042.   

There are a number of places where you can have dinner or drinks in Drumnadrochit, whilst you wait for the Citylink bus.  These include Fiddler’s (in the centre of the village) and The Loch Ness Inn (approx. 15 minutes walk from the Citylink bus stop).

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