Moray Coast, Puffins & Speyside Whisky Explorer

1 DAYS

Trip Info


Adult
from$129
Concession
from$125

This tour departs from Inverness.

Venture east for the day, away from the crowds of tourists, on an adventure along the Moray Firth and into ‘Malt Whisky Country’. Experience the wild beauty and charm of the coast: sea cliffs, wonderful beaches, picturesque fishing villages, and a famous rock formation. Not to mention a special encounter with the area’s comical, colourful summer residents... the puffins! Toast our day of new experiences with our national drink in Scotland’s largest whisky producing region, Speyside. After all the fresh air, whisky and wildlife, you will be truly puffed out and in love with this incredible region.

Highlights

  • Findhorn Bay & Beach
  • Bow Fiddle Rock
  • Cullen
  • Troup Head Puffins
  • Speyside whisky tasting
  • Old Packhorse Bridge

Inclusions

  • Local Scottish Guide

Full Refund

  • If cancelled more than 24 hours in advance

Carbon Neutral Tour

As of January 1st 2022, this tour will be carbon neutral. To help protect Scotland's nature, wildlife and community, we have developed a five-point Climate Action Plan to reduce our carbon emissions and support the transition towards a low carbon future. You can find out more about our carbon neutral tours here.

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Itinerary


We depart Inverness at 8:00am and head straight for the historic village of Findhorn, for a walk on the gorgeous beach. We trail the coast to Portknockie, where Bow Fiddle Rock, a dramatic sea arch, sits just off the shore. Afterwards, we continue our village-hop to picture-perfect Cullen, home of the famous soup, Cullen Skink. Explore, eat lunch and get excited for the next stop.

Look out for puffins and sea birds on our invigorating walk at Troup Head Nature Reserve; you might even be lucky enough to spot marine life too! Afterwards, we journey inland on the Malt Whisky Trail to learn all about single malt production at a Speyside whisky distillery, where tasting is the best way to learn! We make one final stop at the oldest stone bridge in the Highlands, in the small village of Carrbridge, before returning to Inverness for 7.30pm.

Tour Map

Select a date to book!


Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
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Sun

Available
Full

Limited Seats

Departure


Inverness Bus Station

Stance no. 6 

Margaret Street

Inverness

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Departure Time

Please check-in from 07.45 for 08.00 departure.  

Return Time

Tour returns approx 07.30pm.