A TASTE OF THE FAR-NORTH [8am - 7pm]
£240/person: minimum 2.
- 11 hr11 hours
- 480 British pounds£480
- St. Mary's Catholic Church along Huntly Street
Distinct from the rest of the Highlands, Caithness is fringed with dramatic coastal scenery of a strong Viking heritage. The scenic drive up North will take you to a winding road over the Berriedale Brae past Sutherland into Caithness. See the terrain change into flat rolling farmlands. Visit 5000 year old Neolithic tombs. Challenge yourself to tackle 365 steps along a cliff to a naturally formed harbour. Take a lunch break at Wick and find the Route 500 Scotland sign. Hike out to the only endangered castle in Scotland. A trip to a local distillery is a must. Get acquainted with interesting stories of Highland Culture, Tartans, Kilts, Folklore and more. This is a popular tour with NC500 travellers. Book ahead of time to secure your tour date. Attractions that requires admission fees are at your discretion. We look forward to welcoming you. FEATURE ATTRACTIONS (not limited to): ★★ Helmsdale ★★★ Badbae ★★ Caithness Sign Post ★★★ Clan Gunn Heritage Centre (Museum subject to opening conditions) ★★★ Haven ★ Trinkie ★★★ Wick High Street ★★★ Castle Sinclair Girnigoe ★★ Old Pulteney Distillery (requires tasting/tour fee) ★★ Berriedale Brae Viewpoint ALTERNATIVE ATTRACTIONS (if time permits): ★★ Reiss Beach ★★★ Camster Cairns (Entry into the Cairns are subject to opening conditions) ★★★ Whaligoe Steps (subject to opening conditions) '★' suggested time alloted. You have the option to spend time or skip an attraction for another at a reasonable pace within the tour duration. Itinerary can change at any time due to unforeseen situations like Castle private events, Road closures/diversions, Operating hours of Exhibition Centres, Distilleries, etc. Rest assured that we can take you to other equally amazing alternative Attraction.
Full refund is up to 2 days before your Tour. Any later is non-refundable.
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