Per one full day

2/3 day

1/2 day

1/3 day

10 hours+

7 hours

5 hours

3.5 hours

up to 8 passengers

up to 8 passengers

up to 8 passengers

up to 8 passengers

April – September

£360/8 = £45pp if 8

£240/8 = £29 pp if 8

£180/8 = £22 pp if 8

£120/8 = £15 pp if 8

October – March adults + students Sat+Sun

£300/8 = £37 pp if 8

£200/8 = £25 pp if 8

£150/8 = £18 pp if 8

£100/8 = £12 pp if 8

October – March – students Monday – Friday

£225/8 = £28 pp if 8

£150/8 = £18 pp if 8

£112/8 = £14 pp if 8

£75/8 =  £9 pp if 8

Nov – Feb (short daylight hours) adults + students Sat+Sun

as per October -March prices – part

£200/8 = £25 pp if 8

£150/8 = £18 pp if 8

£100/8 = £12 pp if 8

Nov – Feb (short daylight hours) students Mon – Fri

of 10 hours+ tour will be in the dark

£150/8 = £18 pp if 8

£112/8 = £14 pp if 8

£75/8 = £9 pp if 8

Discount 1

Students 20% off Monday – Fridays, incl. during September, April & May

Discount 2

Short tour discount, i.e. for a 1/4 of a day 2.5 hour tour you pay 25% of the full day 10 hour rate

Discount 3:

Book a 3 day tour with us and only pay for 2.5 days from October to April, excl. Skye & Loch Ness

Discount 4:

Optional  free 1/2 day on 4 day tour or optional free 1 day on 5 day tour

Discount 5:

Multiple discounts possible from October to March

Discount 6:

English, Welsh, Irish reconnaissance tours up to 50% off from October to April

Extras:

Accommodation on multi-day tours ( you chose if hostel, B&B or hotel), food, drinks,

entrance fees for visitor attractions or ferries you chose to take, personal expenses, etc.

We apologise for the various/slightly confusing rates throughout the year, but running and keeping a mini-bus, petrol, insurance, license, wages for driver/guide are very high and as throughout the summer we work for a multitude of tour groups and are nearly always booked out from April to October, this is when our rates are highest.

We do however love to extend our season and offer cheaper rates to the students during term term and the shorter winter day light hours.

As we are passionate and love showing you around Scotland, during the 4 dark months of the year from November to February we reduce our rates to students, so much so to the point, that from November to February / Mondays to Fridays we run near/below operation costs, just to keep our tour guiding season going throughout the quiet winter months as well.

Scotland has a lot to offer in all seasons and during the winter months you have many of the best sites/places/roads to yourself without the August tourist crowds – even in the midst of winter, you can have glorious, calm, sunny and sometimes even mild days.

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