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Highland Titles

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.


See the Highland Capital, its Castle and Cathedral.
Learn some of its fascinating history and visit the hill where Saint Columba made pilgrimage to the Pictish King, preaching “new Christianity” to the warrior Brude in his hill fortress around 550AD.

Outlander Tour

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.

Speyside & Badenoch

The river Spey itself is well known internationally not just for its peaty water, treasured by the distillers, but also for its excellent salmon fishing.


The abiding memory of a visit to North West Sutherland will surely be the staggering beauty of the place.

The Black Isle

The Bonnie Black Isle is, on a bright summer’s day, not black. Nor, on any other day is it an island. “Bonnie” (Scots for “beautiful”) however, it assuredly is and it affords the visitor many beautiful views, seascapes, wildlife and places of interest. The “Isle” is in fact a peninsula strategically lying between the broad expanses of two Firths, Moray and Cromarty.

The Glory of Ross

Still very unspoiled and remote, Wester Ross is very often missed from the visitor’s itinerary, possibly through pressure of time.

If there is one area of the Highlands that affords different and breathtaking views as another bend of the road unwinds, then it is this spectacular area. Mirrored, majestic mountains, heather hills, tree lined lochs and wildlife abound here.