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On this 5-day small-group journey, discover Speyside’s finest malt whiskies. Begin in Edinburgh and head north through the Kingdom of Fife to Lindores Abbey Distiller, a modern Scottish distillery built on the site of the first ever recorded distiller in the country. Enjoy lunch in Pitlochry and sample the delights of Scotland’s highest distillery at Dalwhinnie near the River Spey. Reach Grantown-on-Spey where you will overnight for two nights. Spend a whole day exploring Scotland’s most famous whisky region. Stop at the family-owned Benromach Distillery where you can go on a personalized tour. Travel back up the Spey River to Craigellachie for a visit to Speyside Cooperage, to see another unique aspect of the whisky making process. After lunch in Aberloud, visit Cardhu Distillery, the first pioneered by a woman, Helen Cumming. Today, Cardhu is the most important whisky in Johnnie Walker Black Label. In the morning, visit Glenlivet, which is both a distillery and beautiful glen with scenic walks and wonderful wildlife. Enjoy the majesty of Royal Deeside, pass by Balmoral Castle and stop in the village of Braemar in the heart of the National Park. From here the route south passes over Scotland’s highest mountain pass, through Perthshire and back to Edinburgh.
Entrance Fees paid locally
Pricing valid for March 31, 2020 , based on two passengers travelling together.. Subject to availability at time of booking.
Blackout periods apply. For alternative dates, inquire for pricing. Itineraries are subject to change. Some touring may be reversed on actual tour.
Hotel names during escorted journey confirmed at time of booking.
International airfare not included. Minimum 2 passengers travelling together.
**European city/tourist taxes collected locally unless otherwise indicated..
EDINBURGH – GRANTOWN-ON-SPEY You head north through the Kingdom of Fife to Lindores Abbey Distillery. This modern Scottish distillery is built on the site of the first ever recorded distiller in the country. After lunch in Pitlochry, you can sample the delights of Scotland's highest distillery at Dalwhinnie, near the source of the River Spey. Once you've warmed with this dram of "the gentle spirit", you continue through the Cairngorms National Park before reaching Grantown on Spey, your base for two nights.