Pack your bags, take a deep breath and prepare to travel back in time to a rugged and wild Scotland. Come with us as we follow in the footsteps of Jamie and Claire on their journey across the Highlands. Don’t just settle for a mass produced tour shuttling you from one Outlander filming location to another! Immerse yourself in the wonder of the Highlands with an exciting, hands-on Outlander experience.
Fall in love with the magic of Jaime and Claire’s Scotland and travel through stunning landscapes to ancient castles and quaint villages. Explore the real life stories that influenced the creation of the Outlander story - from the exciting tale of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the plight of the Jacobites to legends that have been whispered across the Highlands for centuries.
4 Day Outlander Tour
"Fall in love with the magic of Jamie and Claire's Scotland as you travel through stunning Highland landscapes."
Let the Adventure Begin...
9th April - 12th April, 11th - 14th June, 17th September - 20th September, 20th October - 23rd October
4 days, 3 nights £1250 per person
Blur the borders between fantasy and reality on our adventures across Scotland. Our goal is to bring history, folk lore and like-minded people together to create a magical vacation that will last a lifetime. Our epic journey encompasses everything an Outlander fan could dream of, such as visits to the castles used in the TV series, the 4000 year old standing stones that inspired Craig Na Dun and the atmospheric battlefield of Culloden. Wander the historic streets of Inverness, Beauty, Culross and Falkland in search of your very own Jaime Fraser, perhaps whilst sipping a wee dram. Our tours are perfect for fans of the the series as well as lovers of Diana Gabaldon bestsellers as we not only visit the filming locations but also the locations referenced in the books.
This tour is perfect for those Outlander fans who are big on passion but short on time! This 4 day tour encompasses all the main filming locations of the series as well as Edinburgh and Culloden.
Here are just a taste of what to expect on this tour, plus lots of surprises and secret spots along the way!
Wander around the Culloden battlefield whilst learning more about the Jacobite's part in the last battle on British soil
Small group experience - our tours are limited to 8 guests so you get the most authentic experience!
Explore the castles used during filming of the series such as Lallybroch and Castle Leoch
Search for the Waterhorse as we drive the length of Loch Ness
Be transported back in time with retellings of folklores and legends
Wander the Royal Mile in search of A. Malcolm’s print shop.
Listen in awe to the beauty of a traditional Gaelic singer
Attempt to travel back in time through standing stones
Our journey begins in Inverness, the capital of the highlands. Guests will be picked up from our central meeting point at 9am for introductions and a welcome meeting, where will go over the itinerary and answer any questions you might have. Then, we hit the road in search of filming locations from the series! Our first stop for the day is a Beauly Priory, where Claire met Maisri the Seer in the books. We then venture further into Mackenzie lands where we visit Castle Leod, the current seat of Clan Mackenzie. After lunch, we visit the 4000 year old standing stones which inspired Craig Na Dun. Walk around this amazing and historical site, where the brave may even try their luck by placing a hand on the stones…
Next is Culloden Moor where guests can visit the award winning visitors centre. Here, you can learn more about the battle or simply roam the field itself which played host to the bloody massacre that ended the Highlanders way of life forever. Our final stop for the day is Urquhart castle, an incredible ruin on the shores of Loch Ness where Claire and Frank picnicked on their honeymoon.
We start our day with a visit to the Highland Folk museum, an incredible outdoor museum with displays of highland life from the 1700’s all the up to the 1950’s. There are over 30 historical buildings onsite including a 1700’s township which was a major filming location in the series. Guests will recognise the thatched dwellings from the Season 1 episode ‘Rent’ where Jamie visits a local village to collect the rent. Our journey then takes us over to Doune castle which is the elaborate ruin that doubles as Castle Leoch. Here we will have plenty of time exploring Mrs Fitz’s kitchen and the Great Hall of Doune (with the option to have an audio guide voiced by Sam Heughan himself) before continuing our journey down south. Our final stop today is the historic town used as the setting for Inverness where you will see the bed and breakfast Claire and Frank stayed in on their honeymoon. Keep an eye out for a ghostly highlander wandering the streets in search of a glimpse of Claire…
This morning, we hit the road again as we drive to the quaint historic town of Culross which posed as Cranesmuir, home to Geillis Duncan and scene of the infamous witch trails. The antiquated cobbled streets are also home to the herb garden where Claire and Geillis gathered medicinal herbs and the church used as ‘The Black Kirk,’ where two village boys (one a nephew of Mrs Fitz) were poisoned by Lily of the Valley. Next, a highlight for many on their search for Jamie, a visit to the 15th century castle which featured as Lallybroch - Jamie Fraser’s childhood home. This is our final stop before heading down to Edinburgh, Scotland’s stunning capital. After an orientation walk, we will explore the best sites Edinburgh has to offer such as the Royal Mile, Holyrood and Edinburgh castle.
All meals (B,L,D)
Entry fees to all sites listed
Comfortable transport whilst on tour
Two knowledgable, local guides
All experiences whilst on tour
This morning, we visit a highlight for many on their search for Jamie, a visit to the 15th century castle which featured as Lallybroch - Jamie Fraser’s childhood home. This is our final stop before heading down to Edinburgh, Scotland’s stunning capital. After an orientation walk, we will explore the best sites Edinburgh has to offer such as the Royal Mile, Holyrood and Edinburgh castle.
The price listed above is based on a twin share in a twin or double room. If you require a single room, this can be arranged with at an extra cost. Please contact us for further details. Please note that this itinerary is intended as a rough guide and is subject to change at the tour guides discretion. We will do our best to adhere to this itinerary but your trip may be altered where necessary due to inclement weather, site closures, traffic and any other unforeseen circumstances that may endanger the safety of the group. The quoted price is inclusive of accomodation, meals, entrance to historic sites and all cultural experiences however drinks, snacks and flights to Scotland are not included in this price. Your tour guide reserves the right to ask you to leave the trip should your conduct in any way endanger the safety of yourself, your fellow tourists or your guide. Please read our terms and conditions in full as by booking with us, you are bound by these.