Nature & Wildlife
If you are looking for something special and extraordinary then look no further - this 5-day trip is just what you're looking for. Enjoy first class service and guided transportation through the historical and picturesque sites of Istanbul and the underground cities of Cappadoccia. This exquisite tour is designed just for you with all the bells and whistles. You don't have to worry about long bus rides because you will go from city to city comfortably by taking domestic flights. So sit back and enjoy this trip through Turkey!
Spend 6 spectacular days in Turkey, getting acquainted with its rich history as you learn about its ancient customs and traditions and tour its major cities. From Istanbul to Kuşadası to Pamukkale, this package will take you to the most important, breathtaking and interesting places this magical country has to offer. So pack your bags and get ready to discover Turkey hassle-free. You won’t even need to worry about arranging accommodation or long bus rides – this package comes with all the bells and whistles specially designed for your comfort!
Join us on a full-day tour of Fife, East Nuek, St. Andrews and the charming village of Falkland to see all that this area has to offer. First, you will head north to Fife, crossing the Firth of Forth -- this is your perfect chance to get a photograph of the famous Forth Railway Bridge, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The tour will then take you to explore East Neuk, often a forgotten corner of Fife that has some particularly beautiful historical fishing villages and stunning coastal scenery. Next, you will visit the Kingsbarns Distillery where you’ll learn all about the process of making whiskey. Alternatively, you could relax at the café or go for a walk at the beautiful Cambo Gardens. Then, you will head to St Andrews – the star attraction of this tour. As the spiritual home of golf, it is a must-see for all devotees of the game, but it also boasts a stunning beach, great cafes and shops, a beautiful university and an ancient cathedral. Finally, you will travel west to the charming village of Falkland situated at the foot of the Lomond Hills. Here you can take a relaxing walk around the town where time seems to have stood still. You can browse the craft shops or go on an optional visit to the Falkland Palace which has the oldest tennis courts in use anywhere in the world.
Discover Scotland's countryside and natural beauty. You'll leave Edinburgh and head through Scotland’s bustling central belt to show you Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow. Then it’s on to Loch Lomond (the largest expanse of fresh water in the country) where we stop off at the conservation village of Luss for coffee and sightseeing. We then head deep into the Highlands, passing through breathtaking scenery (including views along Loch Awe, the longest in Scotland). The countryside here is rich with history. We pass haunting Kilchurn Castle (historically a stronghold of the Campbell Clan) and the Pass of Brander (where Robert the Bruce had a notable victory). By lunchtime, you’ll have reached Oban and will have time to explore this Victorian seaside town, climb up to McCaig’s Tower, take in the views to the Isles of Mull and Kerrera and try some of the freshest seafood you’ll ever have tasted. On the way back to Edinburgh, you’ll visit the seat of the Campbell Clan at Inveraray, where we’ll stop so that you can enjoy ice-cream, homemade sweets, cakes and coffee and drink in the beauty of Loch Fyne.
Learn more about the battles fought and won and the Kings and monarchy that shaped Scotland on this informative tour. Departing Edinburgh your knowledgeable guide will regale you with stories and history of Scotland and the Borders area in particular. You’ll then drive south through the Scottish Borders, pausing for a photo stop at Melrose Abbey - widely regarded as one of the most beautiful ruins in Europe. Robert the Bruce’s heart is thought to be buried at the Abbey and it is the final resting place of a number of other Scottish Kings. The star attraction of the tour is Alnwick Castle, the second largest inhabited castle in England and has been lived in for over 700 years. It is full of fascinating things to see and mysteries to uncover. You may recognize it as a location from some of the Harry Potter films. The road home takes you up the stunning east coast, past some beautiful sights such as the Holy Island of Lindisfarne and the picturesque coastal town of Berwick-upon-Tweed.