Scotland Outlander Tour

“Take part in your very own Outlander episode as you embark on a tailor made two week tour around the set locations and historic highlights from Edinburgh to Glasgow via the Highlands.”


Edinburgh Castle | Glencorse Old Kirk | Linlithgow Palace | Blackness Castle | Midhope Castle | Falkland Palace | Stirling Castle | Doune Castle | Callendar House | the Highlands | Inverness | Isle of Skye | Loch Ness | Eilean Donan Castle | Inner Hebrides | Glencoe | Glasgow | George Square | Pollock Country Park | Ayrshire | Dean Castle | Kilmarnock |

Description of Scotland Outlander Tour

For any fans of the books and the hit TV series Outlander and for any other travellers interested in discovering some of Scotland’s most impressive medieval castles, mountainous hillsides and ethereal lochs, this tailor made two week tour is an absolute must.

The pages of Diana Gabaldon’s saga really come to life on this Scotland Outlander tour and you’ll quickly become entwined in the lives of Claire Randall, Jamie Fraser and the menacing Jonathan Randall as you trace their steps and visit the set locations, including the stones of Craigh na Dun.

Other Outlander highlights include Falkland village, Pollok Country Park and everywhere in between from the highlands of Edinburgh to Rannoch Moor, Stirling and Glasgow’s George Square.

Knowledge of the books and the TV series is advisable but not essential as this Outlander tour also takes the time to unveil the cultural heritage of Scotland as well as exploring in some incredibly beautiful countryside which is steeped in its own fascinating historical tales.

A whole host of medieval castles, stately homes and the architectural heritage of Edinburgh help to inspire Outlander fans’ imaginations as well as enthrall history buffs with the castles of Royal Burgh of Culross, Doune, Leoch, Midhope and Blackness certain to send shivers down the spine.

So transport yourself back in time on this magical Outlander tour that will leave you in no uncertain terms as to the poetic majesty of Scotland where spirits and imaginations soar as high as the eagles over Glen Coe.

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Departure information

This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements

Responsible tourism

Responsible tourism: Scotland Outlander Tour


Our Outlander tour is taking us to rural parts and places that are directly connected with nature and wildlife. That is why we are advising our tourists to be responsible, respect its surrounding and do not leave any traces behind them.
We want to give a good example to our clients and partners by minimising use of paper used for professional correspondence in our office and by controlling usage of water and electricity. When we book a hotel we are always checking if this hotel has any environmental responsibility program in place and employ local people.
Before inviting people to come to Scotland we give our customers a short briefing about the importance of being responsible. We advise our travellers to take care of nature, control water usage whenever they can, and pick up all the litter that they see.
Excursions and attractions in which captive wildlife is held are not offered, except for properly regulated activities in compliance with the local, national and international law. Any disturbance of natural ecosystem is minimised.


The biggest part of Outlander tour is related to some historical heritage, so we advise our customers to respect secret places, behave properly and not to cause any damage to the monuments.
All of our guides, drivers and staff are local people. We also use local transport wherever possible, from trains to local buses and taxis.
We believe that responsible travel is about the attitude you take with you and the choices you make when travelling. Respect to the local people, their cultures, the economy and the environment should be the first rule that travellers follow.
We engage local artist to promote their local crafts and encourage our customers to support them by buying their products. In the aim to inviting the local economy, we advise tourists to eat in local restaurants and buy in local markets.
Our goal is not only to help the local community but also to educate our customers to act in a socially responsible way. Our Outlander tour is designed to educate people about Scotland's rich history and give an insight and understanding of its culture and community, so people can gain more from their visit.

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