Day One





Great Scottish Tours (GST) can arrange for your tour to begin at your departure point, such as your hotel, in the cities of Sterling, Glasgow or Edinburgh.


The first part of the tour passes through beautiful Perthshire to Crieff, famous for its whisky, and up to Loch Earn, in the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.


Continuing west to Oban boasts spectacular views of the south side of Loch Etive and smoked salmon from the local smokehouse.

Heading onwards, we reach Oban and its spectacular views over to the Isle of Mull. Mull is the second largest island of the Inner Hebrides and the largest island in the area of


Argyll and Bute. It is the first of the Inner Hebrides islands which we will visit, crossing the Sound of Mull by ferry.

After disembarking at Craignure, we turn left along the single-track road to Fionnphort. There is a good chance of spotting some highland ‘coos’ as we travel through Mull's


magnificent scenery on the short journey to Fionnphort, 


where we will enjoy our first overnight stay in Fionnphort






 Pick up points

Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling,Perth


village of Taynuilt


Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park


we will make our way to Oban 


Argyll and Bute
Inner Hebrides islands


Board the Short ferry Crossing which will take you to port Craignure in 

Isle Of Mull

Returning To Fionnphort for an Over Night Stay










Drimnin Estate


Achnacriche sits within
a large garden surrounded
by ancient oak woodland


Premium Rooms with;

Sea views

Garden view


Located in Bonnavoulin on the Morvern peninsula


 This B&B offers accommodation with unlimited WiFi


Flat-screen TV



Evening information



3 Course Meal

locally sourced ingredients

Relax in the private guest

sitting room with its log burning 

stove, large screen television, books

and maps about this wonderful part of Scotland. 



Enjoy a full

breakfast in the garden room

Evening meals & picnic lunch 

(pre-booking essential)









Loch Lomond and the Trossachs is the


fourth largest park in the British Isles, 


and is chock full of incredible nature, 


from beautiful Lochs, stunning 


mountains and tranquil glens, a holiday 


in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs is 





Seabirds & Puffins



Wheelchair-accessible entrance







Day Two


Fionnphort-Iona Abbey-Staffa-Tobermory


We start the morning in Fionnphort harbour and board the foot ferry for a short crossing to the 'sacred isle' of Iona, taking in the glorious scenery on the way. 


This beautiful island, home to the iconic Iona Abbey, is one of the oldest Christian religious centres in Western Europe and is reached by a short walk from the ferry landing.

There is also an opportunity to visit Fingal's Cave. This is a sea cave on the uninhabited island of Staffa, known for its natural acoustics and fascinating hexagonal basalt


columns. Composer Felix Mendelssohn visited Staffa Island, where he jotted his first notes of the Hebrides Overture Fingalsӧhle (Fingal’s Cave). Allocated time ashore is around


two hours, depending on the tides. There may also be a chance, depending on the time of year of your visit, to see the puffins May to early August are the best months to see the


colony and watch the puffins searching for sand eels to feed their young, making this a worthwhile trip for any nature lover. These delightful and comical-looking little birds


spend some months entirely at sea, leaving their colonies towards the end of July- August .


We will continue heading on to Tobermory for our second overnight resting place.



Starting In Fionnphort

Short Foot Ferry Crossing
to the
'sacred isles of iona'


The Isle of Mull or just Mull is the second-largest island of the Inner Hebrides and lies off the west coast of Scotland

Island of Staffa
Fingal's Cave

Returning To Tobermory






Guest House


Corran Esplanade, Oban


The award-winning property stands out on Oban's beautiful seafront


The spacious en-suite rooms boast king-size or super king-size beds


 Easy chairs 


large flat-screen TV


The superb bathrooms offer top quality accessories


 Bathrobes and large towels




Evening Information


The Ninth Wave

Award-winning game and seafood restaurant on the Isle of Mull

Lobster, crab, hand-dived scallops and fish are often caught only hours before appearing on your dinner plate

More Info





The serene Isle of Iona is home to the oldest and most sacred religious places in all of western Europe.Restored medieval abbey is on site of the ancient church.

The Isle of Mull or just Mull has attractions, accommodation, culture, stunning wildlife, whales Dolphins and the UK's largest eagle population.

The uninhabited island of Staffa includes the famous Fingal's Cave. Fingal's Cave was immortalised by Mendelssohn

Iona Abbey is one of Scotland's most historic and sacred sites. Located on the Isle of Iona, just off the Isle of Mull 





Day Three



Tobermory Return to Glasgow Edinburgh, Stirling or Hotel


We will continue the route back to Craignure to catch the ferry back to the mainland. On route, we can arrange a private tour of the legendary Inverawe Smokehouse before heading on to Kilchurn Castle. The castle’s dramatic location at the head of Loch Awe, with the peak of Ben Cruachan visible, is one of the most photographed locations in
Scotland. The inscription over the front door recognises John Earl of Breadalbane and his wife, Countess Mary Campbell, and contains the date of 1693. From the top of Kilchurn Castle, you can see the original territory of Clan Campbell.
As we head back to Crianlarich, we will travel further down into the Trossachs & Loch Lomond area, which is steeped in history, famous events, and notable individuals like
Robert the Bruce, William Wallace, Mary Queen of Scots and Rob Roy MacGregor. Their stories have been told by numerous novelists, the most famous being Sir Walter Scott.He wrote about Rob Roy and Loch Katrine in his novels and poems and is partly responsible for the popularity of the area today. Many of the characters have been portrayed infilms about their lives, such as Rob Roy (1953, 1995), William Wallace in Braveheart (1995), and Mary Queen of Scots (1971), played by Venessa Redgrave.



Inverawe Smokehouse

Ben Cruachan 

Kilchurn Castle, Loch Awe & Loch Lommond

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