Kilt Rock and Fairy Pools Isle of Skye
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Kilt Rock and Fairy Pools Isle of Skye
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Kilt Rock and Fairy Pools Isle of Skye

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Leave Inverness, drive to Skye where you will get to climb in the Fairy Glen for around half an hour, drive through the Quiraing, see Kilt Rock and the old man of Storr, both have photo stops of approximately ten minutes before driving through Portree, after all that excitement we will drive down to Glen Brittle and the Fairy Pools, this is an hours hike. We may turn the stops around but they will all always be included. (Weather permitting) after your hike we will head off the Isle of Skye and towards Inverness. Eilean Donan Castle is the next stop. From there through the Kintail and Glen Shiel areas towards Lochness, we will drive approximately three quarters of its length to Urquhart Castle for a photographic stop and head for home at around 8pm.
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  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan
  • Bottled water
  • Lunch
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Infant seats available
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 8 travelers
5 | 2018-09-24

Despite it being a bit rainy and gloomy the trip was well worth it! We got to see and explore so much more than we had imagined and our tour guide was simply wonderful!

Leah H
4 | 2018-08-15

Overall great trip. Let's face it, it'd be difficult not to have a fabulous time journeying through the Isle of Skye. I selected this trip because it included the fairy pools (many day trips from Inverness don't), and I'd read wonderful things about the main tour guide, Wendy. The tour was a total of 13 hours, which was expected and absolutely fine by me - more time in the Highlands! Unfortunately though, we didn't get a full appreciation for a couple of the key sites as our guide, Kenneth, wanted to avoid the crowds wherever seemingly possible. Understandable, however this meant we missed the beautiful, mesmerizing views and shots. For example, we stopped to see the Old Man of Storr from so far away, you could only see a tiny part of it way in the distance and it wasn't worth taking a photo. You couldn't tell what it was. Driving through the Quiraing was INCREDIBLE, and we did have a quick 15 minute stop to individually explore, but again, it was away from the crowds (which meant away from the best views!). So disappointing. I felt our guide's commentary lacked greatly in quality and content, wishing we'd heard lots more about the Isle of Skye and much less about his views on traffic and tourists. He was very friendly though, prompt on pick up in the morning, stayed true to his word, and didn't make us feel rushed when we did stop. It was incredible visiting the Fairy Glen (30 mins at lunch, would've loved more time there) and the fairy pools (1 hour). I left wanting more of the Highlands and will certainly be back.



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