The natural scenes, bountiful wildlife, and fascinating culture of the Scottish Highlands give this area its uniqueness. Touring the beautiful landscapes and learning about the traditions of the area from the comfort of a coach make the trip comfortable and entertaining.
Taking a coach tour offers a chance to experience the beauty of the Highlands with like-minded companions, and assures that all accommodations have been taken care of. All that the tourist needs to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy the journey.
A typical weeklong journey through the Highlands via a coach will include a few planned outings, meals, accommodation and entertainment. There is also a chance for the visitors to plan their own time as well, with the help of the guides to ensure that they enjoy their travels. This offers a chance to inject a bit of their own personal interests into the trip, while leaving all of the practical planning up to the coach tour company. For example, while staying in Bridge of Tilt, the Highlands visitor might like to take a tour of Blair Castle. The castle has an impressive armoury collection and gives the tourist a chance to learn a little about Scottish history.
The tour will also include stops in Queens's View and Inverness. While in Queen's View, the traveller will be treated to the spectacularly scenic views of the Loch Tummel and the surrounding mountains. Along the way to Inverness, the Capital of the Highlands, the tourists will enjoy the sights of Laggen. Laggen is a quaint village that is also home to some of the best ski slopes in the area. Inverness itself is the site of the last battle fought in Scotland at Culloden Moor. Again, the visitor will have a comfortable and relaxing day spent marveling at Scottish beauty and learning about the country's history.
A tour of Scotland is simply not complete without a journey through the countryside. This is the only way to appreciate the widespread and magnificent natural beauty of the area. Of course, it may seem daunting for tourists to plan a journey across Scotland by themselves. This is why it makes sense to take a tour that requires little more than being on a bus at the right time each day. Coach tours are an easy, comfortable, and relaxing way to see the Highlands and enjoy the trip with a group of companions.
There is simply no better way to experience this part of Scotland.