Private tours of Eilean Donan Castle and the Highlands from Edinburgh including a visit to Glencoe & Buachaille Etive Mor. We take you to the best spots for taking pictures of the beautiful scenery of the Highlands.Phone +44131-549-9785 for booking
Take an epic journey through the Highlands to the iconic Eilean Donan Castle . Where are the top three locations for pictures of Eilean Donan Castle ? Your guide will take you to the best spots for taking pictures of the castle and the beautiful scenery of Glencoe and the Highlands . Whatsapp +447305294773 , phone +44131-549-9785 for more details and availability or contact us online .
What makes our tours unique ?
- professional guide
- private tours – only small groups up to four people
- Scottish music – TV / film themes and Scottish artists
- photography – we help customers to take the best possible pictures on their trip
- information about Scottish culture and arts
This photo tour is ideal for beginners/ intermediate photographers . Your photo guide will offer assistance as required with taking pictures. Shore excursions– all of our tours are available as shore excursions from the Edinburgh ports South Queensferry, Newhaven and Rosyth . Daytime phone number +44131 549 9785.
Our promise – your guide will always be friendly , helpful and informative .
- Eilean Donan Castle
- Buachaille Etive Mor
- Private tour of the Highlands
- Photography tour
- Tour of the Highlands from Edinburgh
Eilean Donan Castle
Eilean Donan Castle is the stunning Highlands castle set on an island in the middle of three lochs. The castle is the most photographed castle in the UK and it featured in the films Highlander and James Bond . Your tour guide will take you to the three best locations for pictures of the castle .
Eilean Donan means Island of Donan (a religious figure from the 12th century). Eilean Donan was Clan MacKenzie’s most important stronghold from the 13th Century until it was destroyed in 1719.
Robert the Bruce was given refuge in Eilean Donan Castle by John MacKenzie, Second of Kintail when he was being hunted by the English .
In 1719 three English frigates sailed into Loch Duich and bombarded the castle with cannon fire until a direct hit on the arsenal left it in ruins. The castle them lay in ruins for nearly 200 years. In 1911 John MacRae-Gilstrap bought the castle and spent 20 years restoring it .