Callander, Oban, Fort William and Glencoe Tours
For the millions of tourists that visit Scotland every year, many come to uncover its famous past. Some come to retrace the footsteps of ancestors, or research Scottish highlands clans, often inspired by movies such as; Braveheart, Rob Roy and even Harry Potter.
The stretch between Fort William and Oban, is one of the richest areas for experiencing all of this, making it one of the best Scottish Highlands Tours.
Tour of Callander, Oban, Fort William and Glencoe
Scotland tours from Glasgow, one day long, are all the rage. So, if you’re based in Glasgow, you can trust our experienced drivers to take you on a lingering tour of the nearby highlands, for an unforgettable visit.
Accommodating up to eight guests, our private chauffer’s can ensure you receive the VIP treatment, while avoiding getting caught up in Scotland’s unpredictable weather!
We can also tailor your itinerary to include any personal requests, just let us know in advance.
Head out from Glasgow
Your day tour from Glasgow begins in Glasgow George Square. For those into architecture and historical buildings, it’s a fascinating place to start your day.
Ready for an adventure, the 50-minute drive to Callander is the first stop of the day. This perfectly breaks up the journey to Glencoe, with a tour of Trossachs Woollen Mill in Kilmahog. Also known as the gateway to the Highlands, here you can fall in love with the native Highland cattle – they love a selfie!
After a quick refreshment and chance to bag some souvenirs at the Green Welly Shop in Crianlairch, it’s on to the Bridge of Orchy seven-miles away. This hidden gem is a perfect spot for soaking up local views, including sweeping vistas across Loch Tulla.
From Glen to Glen
Glencoe Scotland, is known the world-over as one of the most prolific beauty spots on the planet, and famously featured in Braveheart.
Glencoe Mountain Resort is the perfect foray into its rugged pathways – just be sure to bring outdoor shoes for its uneven terrain. Whether you come in summer or winter, it’s striking landscape presents photo opportunities at every turn. Look out for trails, waterfalls and world-famous peaks – promising to be the highlight of your Glencoe tour from Glasgow.
A short journey from Glencoe is Fort William. Made famous by Ben Nevis mountain, this beautiful backdrop s a haven for hikers, professional walkers and cyclists, who come to enjoy its trails. Even on a fleeting visit you soon get a feel for it.
Back to Earth
Back down on the ground, the final part of your Scottish Highlands fling is a visit to Oban. Sitting between Argyll and Bute, this small resort packs a cultural punch with clusters of charming houses lining it’s port.
One of the best views is from MCaig’s Tower – also the last stop on your Scotland tour from Glasgow. Also going by the name of ‘McCaig’s Folly’ this dominant tower is built from granite, giving it an unusual sparkle if you look close enough. The circular Amphitheatre-style tower peaks out from the undergrowth, making it worthy of a visit. That’s not all, time your visit well, and you’ll be able to soak up some of the best views of Oban and out to sea.
As you wave goodbye to your Fort William and Glencoe Tour, your driver will whisk you back to Glasgow city center, and all in a day’s work!
Costs are for transportation by air-conditioned vehicle and the services of an English speaking driver-guide.
Lunch and refreshments and entry to visitor attractions.
Few Locations from our Journey Schedule
Leaving from Glasgow just sit back, relax and admire the beauty and tranquillity of various museums. Stunningly beautiful with picture postcard views at every corner will take your breath away.