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Our most recommended Scotland Jeep & 4WD Tours

  • Inverness: Outlander Day Tour

    1. Inverness: Outlander Day Tour

    First, stop at the world-famous Loch Ness, after which you carry on to Wardlaw Mausoleum, which was built in 1634 as the burial place for the Frasers of Lovat before later being used by the clan until the early 19th century. You’ll even venture into the crypt where you’ll learn of the mystery surrounding the double lead-lined coffin which was said to contain the headless body of the 11th Lord Lovat (Jamie’s grandfather in Outlander). Next, visit the attractive ruins of Beauly Priory, dating back to 1230, the burial site for the Frasers of Lovat and MacKenzies as far back as 1479. It was there at Beauly Priory that Claire came across the Lovat Seer, Maisri, when she and Jamie were visiting his grandfather prior to the Jacobite Rising of 1745. Carry onto Culloden Battlefield, where Jamie survived the brutal and bloody end to the Jacobite Rising of 1745. Your guide will walk you around th...

  • Aberfeldy: 4-Hour Duckies River Adventure

    2. Aberfeldy: 4-Hour Duckies River Adventure

    Duckies are a cross between a white water raft and a kayak, and provide the ultimate white water thrill for both beginners and more advanced paddlers. On this 4-hour adventure you will discover just how perfect they are for exploring the white water rapids in smaller groups. Ride down a 6-mile (10 kilometer) section of the River Tay on this wild trip! You can also control your own journey down the river while expert guides keep a watchful eye over you to ensure your safety. Duckies also have the advantage of running all year round, every day of the week. The more rain, the bigger the rapids! If you have already tried white water rafting, duckies are a great way to enjoy a different experience.

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