Exclusive Private Tour of all Five of Scotland's Whisky Producing Regions

Exclusive Private Tour of all Five of Scotland's Whisky Producing Regions

Discover true Scottish tradition, culture and it's finest whiskies.

Tour type: Private , Duration: 8 Hours daily. Choose your tour length from 1 day - 10 days

Product ID: 54440
Description

Explore all five of Scotland's whisky-producing areas; the Lowlands, Highlands, Campbeltown, Islay and Speyside, learn about true Scottish tradition through narrative and music and become a lover of a proud and distinctive land on this exceptional tour.
 
Day 1:
In the morning, arrive into the friendly, trendy city of Glasgow and explore the sites. Then, visit the Clydeside Distillery before heading to Auchentoshan Distillery. Finally, enjoy your dinner back in the city before settling down for the night in a top hotel.
 
Day 2:
Saunter through the Scottish countryside before taking the ferry from Ardrossan to the all-encompassing Isle of Arran where you will visit Arran Distillery. Next, hop on the ferry to Kintyre and be transported to Campbeltown where you will spend the night.
 
Day 3:
Wake up to the sounds of the sea before enjoying a tour of family-owned Springbank and Glengyle Distilleries, the only distilleries in Scotland to perform every step from malting to bottling. After a light lunch, you will then tour Glen Scotia Distillery before heading for the ferry from Kennacraig to your relaxing accommodation on Islay.
 
Day 4:
First, enjoy an in-depth tour of Laphroaig Distillery. Then, move on...

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Explore all five of Scotland's whisky-producing areas; the Lowlands, Highlands, Campbeltown, Islay and Speyside, learn about true Scottish tradition through narrative and music and become a lover of a proud and distinctive land on this exceptional tour.
 
Day 1:
In the morning, arrive into the friendly, trendy city of Glasgow and explore the sites. Then, visit the Clydeside Distillery before heading to Auchentoshan Distillery. Finally, enjoy your dinner back in the city before settling down for the night in a top hotel.
 
Day 2:
Saunter through the Scottish countryside before taking the ferry from Ardrossan to the all-encompassing Isle of Arran where you will visit Arran Distillery. Next, hop on the ferry to Kintyre and be transported to Campbeltown where you will spend the night.
 
Day 3:
Wake up to the sounds of the sea before enjoying a tour of family-owned Springbank and Glengyle Distilleries, the only distilleries in Scotland to perform every step from malting to bottling. After a light lunch, you will then tour Glen Scotia Distillery before heading for the ferry from Kennacraig to your relaxing accommodation on Islay.
 
Day 4:
First, enjoy an in-depth tour of Laphroaig Distillery. Then, move on to Ardbeg for lunch and a flight tasting. Finally, tour Lagavulin Distillery by Dunyvaig Castle before choosing your dinner spot and heading back to your hotel.
 
Day 5:
Visit the Islay Woolen Mill in the morning, and then enjoy a tour of Bruichladdich Distillery. Lunch will be at Kilchoman Distillery after which you will visit Bunnahabhain Distillery and Caol Ila for a couple of drams before heading back to your hotel for your last night on 'The Queen of Hebrides'.
 
Day 6:
Board the ferry from Port Ellen to the mainland where you will then tour Oban Distillery set in the bustling and attractive Victorian port hub. For lunch sample the fresh fish on offer and then join in some willow weaving instructed by Loch Tay. Finally, have a superb evening with a wholesome meal whilst enjoying a traditional music session in a highland pub (the real local deal!) before heading back to your hotel.
 
Day 7:
Meander through the Highland wilderness on a morning walk at the Falls of Bruar before grabbing a bite to eat for lunch and doing a bit of shopping. Next, travel back in time at the Highland Folk Museum at Newtonmore, after having a dram of whisky at Dalwhinnie Distillery. You will stay in Speyside for the next 3 nights.
 
Day 8:
In the morning, you will tour Balvenie Distillery or Aberlour Distillery. Lunch will be at a local pub and then you will move on to the highly anticipated new Macallan Distillery.
 
Day 9:
Head to Aberdeenshire to visit Glendronach Distillery with the option of also visiting Huntly Castle. Enjoy lunch and a mill tour at the centuries-old Johnston’s of Elgin mill. Next, pop into the world's leading malt whisky specialist shop, Gordon & MacPhail. If time permits you will then be taken for a dram of whisky at Benromach Distillery.
 
Day 10:
Tour around Glenfarclas Distillery and enjoy a bit more sightseeing before arriving back to Edinburgh/ Glasgow in the early evening.
 
Please note: This tour is available for different lengths. Please get in touch here to discuss all options and pricing.

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About this activity
Tour Timings
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Group size
2 - 12
Languages
English , we can arrange for a translator on request
The meeting point
Pick-up is available from both Edinburgh and Glasgow cities and airports. Other options may be available on request.

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Includes
  • All accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis
  • Whisky tours and visits as specified on the itinerary
  • Ferry tickets
  • Transfers from the airport/accommodation on the first day of the tour
  • Private driver/guide
  • Lunch and dinner
  • Any drinks other than those specified on the itinerary

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Payment in full at time of booking

Currency conversion is supplied as a guide only; the exchange rate used by your bank may vary. The final payment will be charged in the local or original local currency shown.


Cancellation Policy

Full payment will be taken for cancellations made less than 28 days before the holiday commences.

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Product ID: 54440

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