The best whisky day tour in Scotland. Visit Dewar’s World of Whisky at Aberfeldy Distillery. Discover Loch Tay and the lakeside town of Kenmore.
- Whiskey Tour Scotland
- Ancient capital of Dunkeld
- Hermitage waterfalls
- Loch Tay and Kenmore
- Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery
A ride through the Celtic heartlands in the central Highlands, taking in the waterfalls in the forest of Birnam, Pitlochry, Queen’s View, and the splendor of Loch Tay, an area steeped in ancient history. You will also visit a whisky distillery for a tour and a degustation.
This tour is perfect for those who enjoy forest walks, waterfalls, spectacular views of the mountains, and learning about the art of whisky making, and you can try it too!
Explore the Celtic and Scottish Heartlands History, Legends, and Magical Tales. You travel past Perth to Dunkeld and the Hermitage over the Forth Road Bridge in Macbeth’s Birnam Wood for a forest walk among spectacular waterfalls and the country’s tallest trees. Then travel north to Pitlochry for lunch, before heading to see Loch Tummel’s Queen’s View.
Your afternoon goes on as you traverse the mountains to the majestic Loch Tay sitting under the dramatic Ben Lawers. Here you’ll make a stop in Kenmore’s picturesque waterside village. You end the day with a visit to Aberfeldy Distillery’s Dewar’s Whisky World where you will discover the secrets behind making single malt whisky before returning to Edinburgh.
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