Experience the beauty and charm of the northerly point of Scotland as you marvel on the captivating wonder of Caithness and coastal views of Cromarty Firth. Discover the majestic wonders of nature in Scotland as you explore Duncansby Head at John O'Groats.
Discover the wonders of the northerly point on the British mainland introducing you to the magnificent scenes of the northern coast and abundance of wildlife.
Begin the tour with a journey across the exquisite Black Isle to the Cromarty Firth. Admire the wonderful scenic views and learn about the fascinating history of the region as you reach the glorious landscape of Caithness, one of the most charming and rare wildlife in Scotland. Take a coastal stop at one of the region's lovely harbors and savor your lunch as you listen to the region's traditional herring fishing industry.
Continue to John O'Groats and make sure to take many souvenir photos to commemorate your visit to one of the most stunning places in the world. Stroll along the cliff-top path at Duncansby Head and take in the breathtaking views of the sea and sea stacks. As Duncansby is rich in birdlife, have a glimpse of guillemot, kittiwakes and puffins using the binoculars available on board the mini coach.
Turn southwards on your way home and enjoy the spectacular landscapes along the way passing through the historic estuary town of Wick.
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Check in at Inverness (Outside the Visitor Centre)
Journey to the north as you leave Inverness and head across the beautiful Black Isle to the Cromarty Firth. Learn about the story of First Duke of Sutherland, whose agents were involved in the most notorious of the Highland clearances in the 19th Century.
Travel through the brooding and magnificent landscape of Caithness, home to some of Scotland's most fascinating and rare wildlife. As you eat, there will be the chance to learn a bit about the region's traditional herring fishing industry.
After lunch, get to the day’s goal: John O’Groats. Here you will be able to take an “I’ve been there” photograph. Then you can stroll along the cliff-top path at Duncansby Head and take in the dramatic views of sea stacks and the sea itself.
Duncansby is rich in birdlife including guillemot, kittiwakes and, its most famous residents, puffins (until late July). There are binoculars available on-board our mini coach so you will be able to get a “close up” view.
After your visit to Duncansby, you will turn southwards for home. You will travel through more breathtaking scenery and pass through the historic estuary town of Wick before your journey’s ends in Inverness.
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Price & Options
Children 3 years old and above can participate in this activity.
Due to the size and type of vehicles used, luggage is restricted to one small/medium size bag.
Students must bring a valid school ID.
Smoking is not permitted on any of the tour vehicles.
The activity schedule is subject to change or cancellation due to weather or traffic conditions.
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Any cancellations made within 3 business days of your activity (after 09:00:00 local time) will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
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3 - 3.5 hour(s)