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Pitlochry & Whisky Distillery Day Tour




About the Tour

A great Highland Experience with stunning views, Lochs, Glens, Falls and Walks and a chance to visit a Whisky Distillery. Join us on a truly Scottish Adventure visiting some of the most beautiful, historical and cultural landmarks of Scotland. Our main destination is Pitlochry, a Victorian town, developed as a popular tourist resort and situated amidst spectacular outdoor scenery. We will also have a chance to go on a fantastic and fascinating Whisky Tour in the Highlands, whisky tasting and whisky shopping after the tour. Afterwards, we will have plenty of time to discover the cute and charming town of Pitlochry: the famous Pitlochry Fish Ladder, River Tummel, Loch Faskally, Loch Tummel. This Day Trip also includes visiting Hermitage Forest near Dunkeld! It offers a great river walk through forest and we will have the chance to see Ossian's Cave and gorgeous, impressive waterfalls. Finally our day will be complete with visiting a stunning viewpoint known as the Queen’s View in the Highlands. It overlooks Loch Tummel, one of the most photographed areas of Scotland, and is said to have been named after Queen Victoria, following her visit to the area in 1866. For a taste of Scotland and the Highland experience, this trip is not to be missed!

Tour Highlights


  • Pitlochry

  • Whisky Distillery

  • Hermitage Falls

  • Queen's View




  • Return Journey

  • Map and Itinerary

  • Free time for sights, shops & attractions

  • Visiting Pitlochry, Hermitage Falls and Queen's view 




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

Bring With you

  • Smile, a camera, warm clothes, an ID and walking shoes.


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Pick Ups and Departure Info

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Tour Details

1 Day Tour





Pick Up & Drop Off Points

We offer 3 Pick Up & Drop Off Points at:

  • 08:35 Glasgow West End 

  • 08:25 Glasgow City Centre

  • 08:00 Paisley

Departure Point


Main Gate of Glasgow Uni

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