Experience the spectacular Highlands of Scotland on a tour custom-built to fit your individual interests in the comfort of a Mercedes limo with your own personal Guide/Chauffeur who is also a local historian, folklorist and traditional Scots singer with a wealth of knowledge about the history, culture and music of the Scottish Highlands.
Our aim is to provide the ultimate in a cultural holiday experience. Tour and adventure with us as we explore the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. It is our pledge to enable you to appreciate, not just the history, but the richness of heritage and legacy in music and song of this ancient, stunning and special place.
Many visitors to the UK speak mistakenly about Britain and England being one and the same place. Scotland they imagine as perhaps being a region of the UK.
Not only is Scotland a nation in its own right but the Highlands and Islands of Scotland (“A’ Ghàidhealtachd”) is within Scotland virtually a separate entity and has had all the requirements of nationhood in its turbulent existence.
Whilst being a vibrant and progressive place much of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland is still one of the last great areas of wilderness in Europe. An area which has its own language, culture, agricultural management, mechanisms for change and political hierarchy through the clan system.
Why Choose Us?
Wild Life Spotting
On Board WiFi
Courtesy Bottles of Water
This tour is a bespoke creation on behalf of Highland Titles and conducted by Hame Tours. It is exclusively designed for visitors who wish to purchase, or have already purchased, their own souvenir plot of land and will hold the title of a Lord, Lady or Laird, a memorable and lasting purchase.
We start the day at Inverness Castle, the home, for the moment, of the Sheriff Courthouse. The building, fairly modern, by Scottish standards, was built in the early nineteenth century and is on the site of the original Fort George, blown up by the Jacobite Army. In front of the Castle, and looking Westward to see if her beloved Prince Charles Edward has escaped finally to France, is the statue of the Highland Heroine, Flora MacDonald and her collie, Dileas. A wonderful view over the River Ness and St Andrew’s Cathedral is afforded from here.
This day long excursion takes us via Loch Ness, Urquhart Castle, beautiful Glenmoriston and onward through historic Kintail, the scene of a Jacobite battle. Past the Five Sisters Peaks and down into Lochalsh, we are soon “over the sea to Skye,” pausing for a photograph of Eilean Donan Castle and Loch Duich.