Isle of Skye Three Day Tour – Best of the Isle from Inverness
The Best of the Isle of Skye Tour from Inverness is for those inspired by reading about our other Skye tours. To enjoy all of the places we visit on the one day tours you need the three day tour. It is called the Best of the Isle for good reason. You will be able to ride the Jacobite Train; visit the museum of the Isles; stay two nights on Skye; and see Trotternish, Talisker and Dunvegan.
Why visit Isle of Skye
There are so many answers to the question “Why visit the Isle of Skye?” Whether your enthusiasms are arts and crafts, food and drink, history and legend, walks and wildlife or scenery and culture you will find it all here. These attractions, coupled with the warm welcome, is why the Isle of Skye has been described by many as one of the world’s must-see destinations.
Isle of Skye places to visit
Our tours do feature the highlights, but there are many other places to visit on the Isle of Skye too. As well as historical and scenic locations, there are sites associated with myth and legend. Skye also offers opportunities for wildlife trips; activity visits or even just some gentle walking.
Isle of Skye – Old Man of Storr
The Old Man of Storr is a well known landmark on the Isle of Skye. A great finger of rock, it points from the Trotternish ridge into the island sky. Standing over 160 feet high, this massive pinnacle remained unclimbed until 1955. Our Trotternish Tour runs right by the Old Man.
Isle of Skye – Quiraing
The Quiraing, on the Isle of Skye, is a fantastic maze of rock spikes and cliffs. Skye writer Otta Swire exclaimed that “it was as if the terror that walks in darkness here walks by day!”
Isle of Skye – Portree
Portree is the capital of the Isle of Skye. It is a very pretty town, not least due to the many brightly coloured houses along the harbourside. The main street has a good range of local shops and as a result our visitors enjoy spending time here