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Experience Scottish cultrue like never before.
Scotland is world renowned for its natural beauty. As a tourist it is very difficult to plan a scotland tour all by yourself, because of the lack of knowledge about the transport infrastructure available and the lack of information about the same. There are a lot of things to see in Scotland and to plan them perfectly takes a lot of time and effort. Taj Travel will help you plan your travel in such a way that you do not miss any important destination while traveling.
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Arrive in Glasgow. You will be escorted to your pre-booked Glasgow hotel. Enjoy the overnight stay.
Depart from Glasgow to visit the 18th Century Culzean Castle, on the way you will have an opportunity to see Whitelee Wind Farm (Europe’s largest wind farm). The palace has been associated with the Kennedy family since the 14th Century. The palace dates from a peaceful time in Scottish History. Robert Adam was credited for this beautiful masterpiece, the visitors will get an opportunity to enjoy the dramatic clifftop setting, aristocratic furniture and so on. The castle is surrounded by Culzean Country Park, it is 600 acres of stunning countryside, majestic woodlands, and secluded ponds. You have an option to have lunch in a Cafe or have a picnic in the castle grounds. After lunch, we will head to Burns Coun-try. Robert Burns, Scotland’s national poet, was born in Alloway. While traveling towards his birthplace, travelers have an opportunity to discover many of the places mentioned in his songs and poems. The travelers will also have an opportunity to stop at the recently developed visitor center in Alloway, in which you can learn more about the great man. We will continue the journey to Ardrossan from where you will catch a ferry to the Isle of Arran. You will arrive in Brodick, the largest village on the Island. Brodick offers stunning views over the statue of Goatfell, Arran’s highest peak. You will check-in at the accommodation in Brodick.
Arran is also known as ‘Scotland in Miniature’. The island is alive with wildlife, Red Deer, Red Squirrel and so on. The island's geography involves rugged countryside, beaches, and so on. As a traveler, you will have the chance to explore all of the same. Your guide can help you make the best use of your time on the island depending on the individual interest. The island hosts a lot of restaurants, pubs and cottage industries that the users can find the time to explore the same. Villages Corrie and Sannox are home to some of the nicest beaches on the island. The travelers will have an opportunity to discover the ruins of Lochranza Castle and Arran Distillery, one of the last remaining independent distilleries in Scotland.Arran is home to many stone circles and standing stones dating to the Neolithic period and the early Bronze Age. The world-famous Machrie Moor has about six stone circles, some stones are over 5 meters high. After exploring Machrie Moor you will travel to the harbor village of Blackwaterfoot, Sliddery, and Kildonan. While traveling back to Brodick the visitors will have an opportunity to see The Holy Isle across the water. This is owned by the Samye Ling Buddhist Community, it includes the Center of World Peace and Health. We will make a quick stop at the Arran Cheese shop, the visitors get an opportunity to enjoy some of the highest quality cheese available in the market. Afterwhich, we will stop at a famous aromatics store that uses natural ingredients to produce luxury toiletries, famous across the world. The day further takes you to Brodick Castle and the imposing red sandstone castle. You will also have a chance to taste the local ale from many of the local pubs and restaurants, a perfect way to end your day!.
Today the travelers will come back to the mainland by taking a 30-minute ferry crossing onto Kintyre Peninsula. You will travel up the lush green peninsula to a charming fishing village of Tarbet. The village sits on the narrowest strip of land between two bodies of water, this has, in turn, created a natural harbor. From Tarbert, you follow Loch Fyne towards the whitewashed village of Inveraray. The visitors will get ample time to enjoy the village, you will have lunch in this village. After lunch, you will continue your journey over the mountain pass, from here it is a short drive to Luss and then to Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond before returning to Glasgow. Make your own way back to your pre-booked Glasgow hotel.
Independently make your way to the Glasgow Airport for your return flight home.
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|APRIL||05, 12, 19, 26||$879||Enquire Now|
|MAY||03, 10, 17, 24, 31||$879||Enquire Now|
|JUN||07, 14, 21, 28||$1159||Enquire Now|
|JUL||05, 12,19, 26||$1159||Enquire Now|
|AUG||02, 09, 16, 23, 30||$1159||Enquire Now|
|SEP||06, 13, 20, 27||$919||Enquire Now|
|OCT||04, 11, 18, 25||$839||Enquire Now|