Isle os Sky Day Trip
Picturesque Scotland has amazing views to brag about to the world. And the Isle of Skye is one of the reasons why you should place the country in your bucket list.
Isle of Skye is a rural area near Inverness and it can be much busier than the latter during peak seasons. Its rugged landscape and dramatic features gained this place its fame and throughout the years, it has become a favourite Scotland tourist destination.
Isle of Skye is 100 percent nature at its best.
For a perfect tour in this perfect piece of paradise, Inverness Taxis offer the perfect packages. Their fantastic tours and minibus services will get you blown away through the marvellous sights around the Isle of Skye.
The most iconic jewels around the Isle of Skye will make you want to stay in Scotland forever!
So if you are looking for activities to beat the summer heat in UK, book your service with IT Tours and let your driver guide you around this awesome isle.
Here are top five things you can do around Isle of Skye.
1. Be at Your Legendary Best around the Loch Ness.
The tour will first get you to the legendary waters of Loch Ness. The waters of Loch Ness is famed for its Loch Ness Monster which is said to have shown itself to a lot of tourists already.
The elusive Loch Ness monster is named Nessie and should be lurking under the waters while you take amazing snaps of the mysterious waters. Who knows, you might be the next eye witness of the legendary creature.
- Feel the Royal Vibes while Hanging Out at The Urquhart Castle
- Learn More About Scottish History at the Eilean Donan Castle
Feeling the royal treatment yet? Inverness Taxis has got more to come!
After grazing at the Urquhart Castle, the next stop is at the Eilean Donan Castle. It has got to be one of the loveliest views in the highlands.
Here’s a little historical fact: The Eilean Donan Castle was fully restored back to its glory. The castle was originally built as a defence from the Viking attacks. It served as protection for the citizens of Kintail.
The castle sits on a small island where Loch Duich, Loch Alsh and Loch Long meet. You’ll love the view and the smell of the crisp summer breeze when you come here this month.
- Refresh Your Soul at the Kyle of Lochalsh
At the port side of the town of Kyle of Lochalsh is where you should go next.
It is a quaint town that serves as the gatekeeper to the isle. This locality offers the most breathtaking view of the Skye Bridge.
Here is a town where you’d wish time would stop, as life here seems to move slower. It is a very refreshing experience away from all the hustle and bustle of city life.
Ask your It Tour guide to bring you around the shops for your souvenirs. They have the best local fresh Fish and chips and local art you’d love to boast when you go home.
- Scream Your Hearts Out at the Skye Bridge
Cross the Skye Bridge until you get to the spot where you can scream your hearts out in awe of the marvellous sight at Scotland’s backyard. Thousands of tourists come to Scotland to experience the awe-inspiring sights. The world-class natural views of the Cuillin Mountain Range are another thing you shouldn’t miss.
You can travel through the Quiraing, too, which is a series of landslips and pinnacles with that have formed shapes on the rack face. Challenge yourself as you go to this site and look for the ‘prison’, the ‘table’ and the ‘needle’ shapes if you can.
Then you can wrap magical tour at the Kilt Rock where sea cliffs formed vertical columns and mysterious intruding cuts that make them look like what locals call the Highlanders’ kilt.
There’s so much more to see and you can when you have a fast driver to bring you from one spot to another. Other places you might want to add in your itinerary are:
- The cascading blue and green waters of Fairy Pools
- Rocky hill of The Storr
- The oldest inhabited castle of Scotland – Dunvegan Castle
- The charming castle ruins of Armadele
- Skye Museum of Island Life
What are you waiting for? Book your dream travel with the IT Toyrs and experience the Isle of Skye Tour in Scotland at its fullest!