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Students and non-students are welcome to join Student Tours in Scotland.
Isle of Arran and Whisky Distillery Day Tour

About the Tour

Join us on a great journey for a complete tour to the stunning and beautiful Isle of Arran, also known and described as "The Minature of Scotland". The Isle of Arran is the largest mountainous island in the Firth of Clyde and most southerly in Scotland. Stretching 19 miles long and 10 miles wide, we will be surrounded by the most stunning views encapsulated in Arran's diversity of landscapes and seascapes. Our adventure will begin with a ferry ride across the Atlantic Ocean to Brodick, the capital of Arran and we will alos visit Lochranza, Lochranza Castle and Isle of Arran Whisky Distillery, a perfect opportunity to grab a truly Scottish souvenir of whisky!

The Isle of Arran is unforgettably special for its unique visitor experience, offering breathtaking views of rugged mountains, rolling hills, woodlands and the chance to spot brilliant wildlife such as cute seals and red deer. This trip is definitely not to be missed!


Tour Highlights

  • Isle of Arran

  • Brodick

  • Whiting Bay

  • Lochranza

  • Ferry Ride to Isle of Arran

  • Glenashadale Walk and Waterfalls

  • Brodick, Goatfell 

  • Lochranza & Lochranza Castle

  • The Isle of Arran Whisky Distillery

  • Whiting Bay

  • Ardrossan

Interesting Facts

  • Isle of Arran is known as 'the Miniature of Scotland', one of the most beautiful islands in Scotland.



  • Return Journey by ferry and coach

  • Map and Itinerary

  • Free time for sights, shops, ...

  • Visiting Isle of Arran



  • You will have plenty of time in Isle of Arran to have lunch in bars and restaurants or you can have your own packed lunch.


Bring with you

  • Smile, a camera, warm clothes and proper walking shoes.

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Pick Ups and Departure Info

Contact Us

Tickets are limited. First come, First served
Pick Up & Drop Off Points

We offer 3 Pick Up & Drop Off Points:

  • 08:00 Strathclyde University, City Centre



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