Small group tours of Scotland

Working with our hand-picked providers, choose from adeo Travel's range of regional mini-tours taking you behind the tourist facade to the hidden gems of Scotland and beyond.

Your Small Group tour of Scotland includes a range of unique itineraries, all transport by comfortable mini-coach and the services of your knowledgeable, local driver-guide not to mention a range of meals and attraction admissions on certain itineraries. Smaller group-sizes (of up to just 18 passengers) and smaller coaches offer more flexible tours, more independent free-time and an ability to get off the beaten tourist track! And with quainter more traditional hotels and a choice of accommodation on certain itineraries, your adeo Travel mini-tour is sure to provide your with an intimate vacation experience and an authentic flavour of Scotland.

Below is a list of our small group tour itineraries which cover Scotland, some of which also include travel to other parts of Britain.

  Key features
  • Flexible tours and itineraries
  • Knowledgeable local driver-guide
  • Inclusive of overnight accommodation and selected meals (breakfast as standard)
      Tour benefits
    • Greater free-time to explore
    • Get off the beaten track

      Scotland Small Group Tours

      Our selection of small group tours of Scotland
      Scotland Tours Loch Awe

      Five days exploring Scotland at its breath-taking best; touring the remote northern Highlands and the Isle of Skye you'll experience the mountain landscapes of Assynt and the Cuillins as well as the contrasting coastal scenery of the Highlands from dramatic cliffs to deserted white sandy bays.  Other highlights include the ancient pine forests of the Cairngorm National Park and Inverness capital of the Highlands.

      Scotland Tours - Eilean Donan

      Escape to Scotland's northern extremes on a tour to treasure for a lifetime. In five days you'll explore the remote and rugged landscapes and coasts of the northern Highlands and the magical beauty and prehistoric history of the Orkney islands. Other highlights include Loch Ness and the Caledonian forests of the Cairngorm National Park.

      Tours of Scotland Inverness

      Enjoy an enchanting journey through some of Europe's most dramatic natural landscapes on this tour of the awe-inspiring northern Highlands and remote Isle of Orkney. Steeped in Viking history, the region is scattered with prehistoric sites dating back more than 5000 years; experience the tomb of Maes Howe, the excavations at Skara Brae and the mystical standing stones at the Ring of Brodgar.

      Coach Tours of Scotland

      Enjoy this comprehensive tour of Scotland, a captivating land of contrasts which is both aesthetically beautiful and historically fascinating. From Edinburgh to the remote islands of Skye and Mull, enjoy dramatic coastlines, towering mountains, shimmering lochs and heather covered highlands all richly peppered with castles, abbeys and ancient sites which tell the tale of Scotland's intriguing and often turbulent history.

      Tours of England - Hampton Court

      Sweeping through a land with rich history and tradition, bustling cities and picturesque villages, rolling green hills and rugged coastlines, The Royal tour of Britain, new for 2018 has been specifically designed to include Royal connections of the UK. From the gates of Balmoral to Buckingham Palace explore the historic streets of Edinburgh to the excitement of London, one breath-taking step at a time.

      Scotlands Tours - Isle of Skye

      Enjoy a three-day tour through Scotland's dramatic Highlands to the romantic Isle of Skye.  Explore this fascinating island from the towering Cuillin Mountains to the remote Trotternish Peninsula and the lush West Coast.  Other highlights include the island’s main town of Portree town as well as the Glencoe Valley, Loch Ness, Eilean Donan Castle and the five Sisters of Kintail which can be seen on route to and from this magical island.

      Tours of London - Tower Bridge

      This journey takes you from London to Edinburgh providing the full British history and culture experience. See Oxford and the Cotswolds, shop at Chester's Rows, wind through Wales' stunning Snowdonia National Park, sample local Welsh cuisine, enjoy medieval York and explore Wordsworth's Lake District before finally visiting mysterious chapels and stately homes in the Scottish Lowlands.

      Scottish Islands Tour - Orkney

      Journey through the untamed Northern Highlands and cross the chilly Waters of the North Sea to reach Orkney, home to a treasure trove of natural landscapes and heritage sites. Unearth some of the best-preserved historic and prehistoric sites in Europe, including the Viking village at Maeshowe, the Norman era St Magnus Cathedral, ancient stone-circles such as the Ring of Brodgar and Skara Brae, a village which pre-dates the pyramids of Egypt!

      Tours of Scotland - Ben Nevis

      Get away from it all with this magnificent adventure to Scotland's remote and wild Outer Hebridean Islands of Lewis and Harris, home to untouched landscapes, abundant wildlife, pre-historic stone circles, Viking heritage and the famous white sandy beaches of Harris. Your tour will also include the dramatic Scottish Highlands and magical Isle of Skye.

      Tour the North of England - Durham

      Travel from Edinburgh to London through England's historic Eastern regions where the Celts, Romans, Angles and Vikings all left their marks. We'll discover rich and contrasting history and culture as we explore the cathedral cities of Durham and York, drive through the stunning and remote landscapes of the Yorkshire Moors and the Peak District and wind our way through the colleges and cobbled streets of Cambridge. On route we'll encounter hidden villages, stately homes and Royal Palaces.

      Scotlands Tours - Isle of Skye

      Spend five days exploring four of Scotland's magical Inner Hebrides Islands including enchanting Mull, spiritual Iona, tiny Staffa and the romantic beauty of the Isle of Skye. Highlights also include the Loch Lomond National Park, Oban town and the West Coast, Eilean Donan Castle, the Glenfinnan Viaduct, the White sands of Morar, Glencoe and Loch Ness.

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