Discover Scotland

August 5th through 14th, 2019
Tartans and Clans, Pipes and Drums, Kilts and Scotch. Scotland. The birthplace of golf, Sean Connery, and William Wallace. Join Jeanne as she sets course for the adventure of a lifetime to the bonny green of Scotland.

We’ll begin our adventure to Scotland with a tour of Edinburgh, Scotland’s stunning capital city.

University of Edinburgh

For three days we’ll tour the capital city’s many fascinating highlights. From the Queen’s Palace (and former home to Mary Queen of Scots) to the famous Old Town, the underground vaults and the Royal Mile, we’ll explore Edinburgh as only Jeanne can. On our third evening in Edinburgh we’ll have seats for the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo.

Next we’ll visit St. Andrews, the Kingdom of Fife, and the Pitlochry Eastern Highlands. This is the birthplace of golf and something every true golf fan should experience.

St. Andrews Golf Course

Up next is the famous Culloden Battlefield of 1746, a short battle that changed the course of Scotland’s history and we’ll follow that up with a visit to Dunrobin Castle which dates back to the 1300s. Later that day we’ll see the majestic windswept cliffs of Scotland’s East Coast.

Let’s face it. The real reason so many folks want to visit Scotland is to see Loch Ness and perhaps catch a glimpse of that mythological creature, Nessie. She’s a figment of a tourist’s imagination, correct? Nothing more than a fairy tale, right? Well pack your bags and find out for yourself. As a famous Nessie researcher once said after spending a fortune under Loch Ness, “I haven’t proven she isn’t there.”

Scotland is magical, mysterious, mythological. It’s a small country by American standards, no larger than South Carolina. However it looms large in the history of mankind and its many cities and fields have a story dating back to the edges of written history. Scotland is waiting for you. Just call Jeanne today at (864) 993-1955 and for a complete itinerary, just click here.

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  1. I enjoyed this trip so much. We got to see the Royal Tattoo, and there aren’t enough words to describe how wonderful it was. I’ve been to Edinburgh before but I’d not traveled much outside the city. Culloden was an eye-opener – I’d always heard terrible things about the Campbells and praise of the Bonnie Prince, but seeing the actual battlefield and going through the exhibits at the Visitors Center showed me a lot about true leadership and courage. Just don’t ask me about my new opinion of Prince Charlie. The people were so friendly and the scenery was breathtaking. Jeanne, as usual, took care of everything. I will travel with you anytime, Jeanne!

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