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Scotland Vacation


A Brave Adventure
9 Days / 8 Nights - 2015

8 Days / 7 Nights - 2016
Edinburgh, Inverness, Loch Ness, Isle of Lewis, Isle of Skye

Journey to Scotland to experience the land that inspired the Disney-Pixar film Brave.  Expore the beautiful landscapes of Scotland.  Marvel at the incredible architecture found throughout the country.  Wander through ancient castles and ruins.  Try your hand at a wee bit of weaving at Dovecot Studios.  Kick up your heels with traditional music and dance.



Trip Highlights Include:

  • Loch Ness Exhibition Center and Canoeing
    Explore the center's artful presentation of both facts and lore about the loch, and then make up your own mind whether the famous monster Nessie really exists! Board a motor launch for a trek across Loch Ness and hear the skipper's tales of hunting the legendary creature. Or feel a brisk breeze as you canoe across the dark blue waters, the great forested shores rising to either side.
  • Callanish Standing Stones
    Step between the mysterious standing stones just as Merida does on her journey in Brave. Your guide reveals some of the scientific theories about the site, as well as the folklore surrounding how the stones came to be. Is that a wisp glimmering in the distance…?
  • Horseback Riding and Mountain Biking at Rothiemurchus Estate
    Welcome to wild Scotland! Rothiemurchus Estate is one of the greatest tracts of natural forest in Britain. Spend the morning riding the Highland ponies—just like Merida's mount in the Disney•Pixar film Brave. Ride over peaceful hills and heather moorlands, past stunning views of the Cairngorm mountain range. Later climb on a mountain bike and gently pedal past ancient landmarks embedded in the magnificent scenery.
  • Glamis Castle Tour and Archery
    Your private guide shares tales of royal intrigue as you explore this famous fortress rumored to be haunted by its ill-fated inhabitants. Discover the surprising truth about Shakespeare's King Macbeth and marvel at the sumptuous décor of this stately castle where The Queen Mother herself was born. After the tour, join an expert on the castle grounds for a private archery lesson. Don't have a longbow and quill? Nae problem! All equipment is provided.
  • Private Tour of Edinburgh Castle
    Once the castle closes to the general public, join a guide for an exciting private tour of this magnificent monument. Be dazzled by the Scottish Crown Jewels, which were lost for over 100 years, and the Stone of Destiny, rumored to be Jacob's pillow from the Book of Genesis. This after-hours visit is a rare treat just for Adventures by Disney guests!

 

Adventure Dates

 

2015

  • May 24-June 1, 2015: Adult Exclusive (18 and older)
  • June 3-June 11, 2015: Adult Exclusive (18 and older)
  • June 7-June 15, 2015
  • June 23-July 1, 2015*
  • June 28-July 6, 2015
  • July 27-Aug 4, 2015
  • Aug 4-Aug 12, 2015
  • Aug 8-Aug 16, 2015
  • Aug 16-Aug 24, 2015: Adult Exclusive (18 and older)
  • Aug 28-Sep 5, 2015: Adult Exclusive (18 and older)
  • Sep 6-Sep 14, 2015: Adult Exclusive (18 and older)
  • 2016
  • June 9-June 16, 2016: Adult Exclusive (18 and older)
  • June 19-June 26, 2016: Adult Exclusive (18 and older)
  • July 8-July 15, 2016
  • July 21-July 28, 2016
  • Aug 3-Aug 10, 2016
  • Aug 15-Aug 22, 2016
  • Aug 25-Sep 1, 2016: Adult Exclusive (18 and older)

Adventure Daily Itinerary

Day One - 2015, 2016



Arrive in Edinburgh
Fàilte! After clearing customs, you are greeted by an Adventures by Disney representative who helps with your luggage. Relax as a driver whisks you away to the beautiful Balmoral Hotel.

The Balmoral Hotel
Get ready for the royal treatment when your Adventure Guides greet you within. Unwind from your trip and marvel at the stately décor while your Guides check you into this historic hotel.

Welcome Reception and Dinner
Say halò to your fellow Adventurers at this exclusive feast in the Balmoral's elegant dining room which overlooks Edinburgh's scenic cityscape. Raise a glass to toast the beginning of an unforgettable trip. Slainte!

Meal Included: Dinner


Day Two - 2015

The Palace of Holyroodhouse*
After a hearty Scottish breakfast at the hotel, climb aboard a coach for an excursion to the Palace of Holyroodhouse. A Blue Badge Guide leads you on a tour of this royal palace that is the Queen of England's official residence in Edinburgh. Over the centuries, great events at Holyroodhouse have shaped the fates of England, Scotland and France. Scotland's deadly struggles for power, love and family are all part of the history within.

National Museum of Scotland
Follow a private guide through this collection of Scottish treasures! Imagine what it was like to be accused of witchcraft in medieval Scotland as your guide reveals the harrowing stories of a time before science when superstition reigned. Next, your guide introduces you to the Chessmen of Lewis—one of the most significant archaeological finds of the last 200 years. Merida and her mother play with these iconic chess pieces in the Disney•Pixar movie Brave!

Lunch in the National Museum
Join your fellow Adventurers for lunch in the National Museum. Our exclusive venue offers some of the best views of Edinburgh Castle in the entire city!

Dovecot Studios Tour
Discover how this 103-year-old studio creates tapestries through a rich collaboration between artists, weavers and commissioners. An expert demonstrates the fundamentals of this ancient art and invites you to try your hand at a wee bit of weaving by running a wooden bobbin through an actual tapestry. And, as a souvenir of your experience, everyone will take home their very own bobbin.

Privately Guided Tour of Edinburgh Castle
While enjoying resplendent views of the city and exploring the castle's massive fortifications, revel in the tales of royal intrigue surrounding the wars for Scottish independence, as shared by your local expert.

Dinner On Your Own
Edinburgh is rich in history and eye-catching architecture. Stroll the Royal Mile, the commercial center of Old Town, and hear the Scottish brogue sing to your ear in passing conversations. You're sure to fall in love with this winsome city as you explore the shops, restaurants and historic buildings of Lawnmarket and High Street. At dinner time, feel free to ask your Adventure Guides to recommend the perfect place to have a family meal.

*Holyroodhouse Palace may be closed on some dates in May and June due to Elizabeth, Queen of England, being in residence. In the event the Palace is closed, a tour of St. Giles Cathedral and the Thistle Chapel will be featured.

Meals Included: Breakfast and Lunch

 

Day Two - 2016

 

Tour of Edinburgh

After a hearty Scottish breakfast at the hotel take a scenic walk around the city and let your Adventure Guide show you all the highlights.

 

The Palace of Holyroodhouse*

Climb aboard a coach for an excursion to the Palace of Holyroodhouse. A Blue Badge Guide leads you on a tour of this royal palace that is the Queen of England's official residence in Edinburgh. Over the centuries, great events at Holyroodhouse have shaped the fates of England, Scotland and France. Scotland's fierce struggles for power, love and family are all part of the history within.

*Holyroodhouse Palace may be closed on some dates in May and June due to Elizabeth, Queen of England, being in residence. In the event the Palace is closed, a tour of St. Giles Cathedral and the Thistle Chapel will be featured.

Privately Guided Tour of Edinburgh Castle

While enjoying resplendent views of the city and exploring the castle's massive fortifications, revel in the tales of royal intrigue surrounding the wars for Scottish independence, as shared by your local expert.

 

Private Lunch in the National Museum and Interactive Tartan-Making Activity

Join your fellow Adventurers for a private lunch in the National Museum, followed by an interactive tartan-making activity that the whole family will enjoy. Our exclusive venue offers some of the best views of Edinburgh Castle in the entire city!

 

Dinner on your Own

Edinburgh is rich in history and eye-catching architecture. Stroll the Royal Mile, the commercial center of Old Town, and hear the Scottish brogue sing to your ear in passing conversations. You're sure to fall in love with this winsome city as you explore the shops, restaurants and historic buildings of Lawnmarket and High Street. At dinner time, feel free to ask your Adventure Guides to recommend the perfect place to have a family meal.

 

Meals Included: Breakfast and Lunch


Day Three - 2015

The Isle of Skye
Fuel up on breakfast at the hotel before embarking on a journey by coach to one of the most famous islands of Scotland—the mystical, magical Isle of Skye. Travel across the Scottish West Highlands past some of the most magnificent scenery in the country!

Glorious Glen Coe and Bonnie Prince Charlie
Scotland is rich with daring tales from the days of old. On your way to Skye, sit back and listen as your Adventure Guides tell tales of centuries past. Your journey takes you on the trail of Bonnie Prince Charlie, who raised his standard and began the Jacobite uprising in 1745 to reinstate the exiled Stuarts as rulers of Scotland. See the Glenfinnian Monument, which was erected in memory of this event. We then enter the rugged valley of Glen Coe, home to the infamous Massacre of Glen Coe in the late 17th century. The coach stops midway so you can take in the stunning natural beauty.

Lunch On Your Own at Fort William
Fort William thrives where the sea meets the Rivers Nevis and Lochy, with mighty Ben Nevis—the highest mountain in the British Isles—towering in the background. Spend a little time strolling the town's Highstreet before you sit down for a midday meal with your family. If you need a restaurant recommendation, feel free to ask your Adventure Guides.

The Journey to the Isle Continues
Climb back aboard the coach and resume your scenic trek to the Isle of Skye. As you cross the Skye Bridge that spans Loch Alsh, revel in the views of Ben Nevis as it rises above the stunning coastal scenery.

Arrive at Cuillin Hills Hotel
Overlooking the waters of Portree Bay, with spectacular views of both the Sound of Raasay and the grand Cuillin Mountain Range, this comfortable hotel is your home for the next 2 nights. Unwind in the lobby as your Adventure Guides take care of your luggage and check-in.

Whiskey Tasting
Calling all Scotch whisky lovers! Try varieties of this smoky liquor at a private tasting event. A drop or two of water? Or none at all? Delight in the nuances of selected blends and single malts.

Junior Adventurer Dinner
While adults eat at their leisure in the hotel restaurant, Junior Adventurers join the Adventure Guides for their own supper shindig, topped off with mini-highland games! Play classics like Tug of War, Wellie Boot Toss and Ring Toss.

Disney Movie Night
Snuggle up with your wee bairns as you watch a Disney movie in a private room of the hotel.

Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner

 

Day Three - 2016

 

The Isle of Skye

Fuel up on breakfast at the hotel before embarking on a journey by coach to one of the most famous islands of Scotland—the mystical, magical Isle of Skye. Travel across the Scottish West Highlands past some of the most magnificent scenery in the country!

 

Glorious Glen Coe and Bonnie Prince Charlie

Scotland is rich with daring tales from the days of old. On your way to Skye, sit back and listen as your Adventure Guides tell tales of centuries past. Your journey takes you on the trail of Bonnie Prince Charlie, who raised his standard and began the Jacobite uprising in 1745 to reinstate the exiled Stuarts as rulers of Scotland. We'll pass through the rugged valley of Glen Coe, home to the infamous Massacre of Glen Coe in the late 17th century. The coach stops midway so you can take in the stunning natural beauty.

 

Lunch On Your Own at Fort William

Fort William thrives where the sea meets the Rivers Nevis and Lochy, with mighty Ben Nevis—the highest mountain in the British Isles—towering in the background. Spend a little time strolling the town's Highstreet before you sit down for a midday meal with your family. If you need a restaurant recommendation, feel free to ask your Adventure Guides.

 

Eilean Donan Castle

Make your way by coach to one of the most beautiful castles of Scotland! This majestic national icon sits at the dramatic junction of three great saltwater lochs. Take a self-guided tour to uncover the turbulent history of this extraordinary fortress that's been rebuilt several times over the centuries.

 

Junior Adventurer Dinner

While adults eat at their leisure in the hotel restaurant, Junior Adventurers join the Adventure Guides for their own dinner shindig, then enjoy a private screening of a Disney movie.

 

Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner


 

Day Four - 2015 and 2016

The Old Man of Storr
After breakfast at the hotel, board a coach for an unforgettable ride to the rugged Sound of Raasay. Along the way, keep an eye out for the Old Man of Storr, a large standing stone that rises above the jagged formations that crown the hilltops blanketed in mists.

Hiking at Brothers Point and The Quiraing
Grassy pathways take you over gentle verdant hills to Brothers Point, a rocky promontory that reaches out into the sea. Hike as far as you choose on this walk surrounded by enchanting views of the shining waters, rugged shoreline and endless sky kissing the horizon. Rest up for a moment on the short coach ride to The Quiraing, a hilltop with an even more breathtaking landscape. The hike into the grass-carpeted hills rewards you with jaw-dropping sights as you look out over the sparkling blue bay and the slopes that tumble past spectacular land formations. On a sunny day, you can see for miles across the waters to the mainland and Hebrides Islands.

Lunch at the Uig Hotel
Enjoy a hearty lunch featuring delicious local fare at a restaurant on the Isle of Skye.

Scone-Making in Portree
Return to Portree and join the talented pastry chef at the Isle of Sky Baking Company to see how Scottish scones are made! Try your hand at creating one of these buttery treats yourself.

Céilidh Dancing at Cuillin Hills Hotel
Enjoy an engaging performance of Céilidh (pronounced "kay-lee") dancing by local school children who perform traditional Scottish dances and play musical instruments, including bagpipes and accordions.

Dinner On Your Own in Portree
Set off for dinner on your own in this charming little seaside town! Fresh seafood, Scottish traditional cuisine and much more is on the menu. Don't hesitate to ask your Adventure Guides for dining recommendations.

Meals Included: Breakfast and Lunch


 

Day Five - 2015

Loch Ness Exhibition Centre
Spend time on your own exploring the center, with its artful presentation of both facts and lore about the loch. Make up your own mind whether the famous monster, Nessie, really exists! Visit the art gallery or shop for a special souvenir of this legendary lake.

Exclusive Lunch at the Loch Ness Café
Take a break from your Nessie hunt for lunch with your fellow Adventurers at this cozy café.

Cruise or Canoeing to Urquhart Castle
Board a motor launch for a trek across Loch Ness and hear the skipper's tales of hunting the legendary creature lurking below. Or, feel a brisk breeze as you canoe across the famously dark waters, with great forested bluffs rising in either side.

Urquhart Castle
Disembark at the ruins of this once-mighty fortress that commands breathtaking views of Loch Ness. Built upon the remains of an ancient burial cairn, this castle was captured numerous times over the centuries by warring forces contending for the throne of Scotland. It's also one of the most frequent locations of Nessie sightings! Perhaps you will be the one to snap the next provocative picture…

Arrive at the Kingsmills Hotel, Inverness
Relax as your Adventure Guides check you into this stylish new annex of the Kingsmills Hotel. Nestled in the countryside, these comfortable accommodations are your home for the next 3 nights.

Dinner at the Hotel
This evening at the Kingsmills Hotel, select your meal from an a la carte menu and dine at your leisure.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

 

Day Five - 2016

 

Loch Ness Exhibition Centre

Spend time on your own exploring the center, with its artful presentation of both facts and lore about the loch. Make up your own mind whether the famous monster, Nessie, really exists! Visit the art gallery or shop for a special souvenir of this legendary lake.

 

Private Lunch at the Loch Ness Café

Take a break from your Nessie hunt for lunch with your fellow Adventurers at this cozy café.

 

Cruise or Canoe to Urquhart Castle

Board a motor launch for a trek across Loch Ness and hear the skipper's tales of hunting the legendary creature lurking below. Or, feel a brisk breeze as you canoe across the famously dark waters, with great forested bluffs rising in either side.

 

Urquhart Castle

Disembark at the ruins of this once-mighty fortress that commands breathtaking views of Loch Ness. Built upon the remains of an ancient burial cairn, this castle was captured numerous times over the centuries by warring forces contending for the throne of Scotland. It's also one of the most frequent locations of Nessie sightings! Perhaps you will be the one to snap the next famous picture…

 

Arrive at the Kingsmills Hotel, Inverness

Relax as your Adventure Guides check you into this stylish new annex of the Kingsmills Hotel. Nestled in the countryside, these comfortable accommodations are your home for the next 2 nights.

 

Private Dinner and Entertainment at Bogbain Farm

Discover a Scottish farm that's unlike any other! Dine and enjoy some interesting surprises, and while you are there see traditional Ceilidh dancing, take part in whiskey tasting and there's even Highland-themed games for the Junior Adventurers.

 

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

 


Day Six - 2015

Fly to Isle of Lewis
Board a flight to the place where Gaelic is spoken alongside English and the scent of peat drifts in the wind. This most northerly of the Hebrides Islands, Lewis is full of friendly people and intriguing ancient sites, as well as many inspirations for the movie Brave!

The Blackhouse of Arnol, No. 42
Imagine what it was like to live in a blackhouse, where local people and their domesticated animals dwelled together under the same peat roof! On a privately guided tour, find out how this unique and precious relic of a bygone era has been preserved.

Garenin Village and Dun Carloway Broch
This crofting township of Garenin features 9 restored traditional thatched blackhouses, which were the inspiration for the Witch House in the movie Brave. Step back in time as you learn about the role of the blackhouse in crofting society, an environmentally friendly lifestyle that thrives to this day. Next, venture to Dun Carloway to see a broch—an ancient stone structure from the Iron Age only found in Scotland—and hear what scholars know about life in that era from its remains.

The Callanish Standing Stones
Step between the mysterious standing stones just as Merida does on her journey in Brave. Your guides reveal some of the scientific theories about the site, as well as the folklore surrounding how the stones came to be.

Lunch at the Callanish Standing Stones Café
Take a break from the mysteries of the famous stones at this cozy café as you delight in a hearty lunch with your fellow Adventurers.

Depart Isle of Lewis
After an easy walk along one of the island's renowned scenic beaches, fly back to Inverness for a delicious dinner.

Dinner at the Mustard Seed
Simple cooking, friendly service and a warm, welcoming ambiance create an unforgettable dining experience for you and your fellow Adventurers. Marvel at the architecture of this restaurant that was once an old church, bringing the old and new together in an appetizing way.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

 

Day Six - 2016

 

Sheepherding with a Master Sheepdog Handler

Prepare for an overdose of adorable as you will not only get to see adult sheep and sheepdogs, but play with pups and lambs as well. Watch a demonstration of sheepherding from an award-winning Highland Shepherd and learn how to use a traditional sheepherding whistle—and take it home with you!

 

A Day at Rothiemurchus Estate

Welcome to wild Scotland! Embark on a journey to Rothiemurchus Estate—one of the greatest tracts of natural forest in Britain. The ancient woodland forest is home to an extraordinary variety of wildlife, as well as pretty Loch an Eilein, with its 13th-century castle sitting on the lake's wee island. The glorious scenery will steal your heart if the mop-headed Highland cattle don't steal it first!

 

Junior Adventurer Highland Pony Ride

Junior Adventurers will mount up and ride the Highland ponies over peaceful hills and heather moorlands, past stunning views of the Cairngorm mountain range.

*Horseback riding activity is for Adventures 16 years and under and has a maximum weight limit for each rider of 200 lbs. (90.7 kg) Please note that this activity is not available on adults-only departures.

Estate Tour

Adult Adventurers will enjoy a tour of the magnificent Rothiemurchus Estate.

 

Lunch at Rothiemurchus Estate

Take a lunch break with your fellow Adventurers. Select a salad or sandwich from a menu that specializes in locally grown meats and produce, and admire the moss-laden Caledonian Forest.

 

Archery

Join an expert on the estate grounds for a private lesson in archery. Don't have a bow and arrow handy? No problem! All equipment is provided. May the sure aim of Merida inspire you.

 

Dinner at the Hotel

Bid Soraidh to the Highlands with this evening at the Kingsmills Hotel, including the classic "Address to a Haggis"—a famous poem performed by a local bagpiper.

 

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

 


 

Day Seven - 2015

A Day at Rothiemurchus Estate
Welcome to wild Scotland! Fuel up for an active day with a delicious breakfast at the hotel before embarking on a journey to Rothiemurchus Estate—one of the greatest tracts of natural forest in Britain. The ancient woodland forest is home to an extraordinary variety of wildlife, as well as pretty Loch an Eilein, with its 13th-century castle sitting on the lake's wee island. The glorious scenery will steal your heart if the mop-headed Highland cattle don't steal it first!

Junior Adventurer Highland Pony Ride*
Junior Adventurers will mount up and spend the morning riding the Highland ponies over peaceful hills and heather moorlands, past stunning views of the Cairngorm mountain range.

Estate Tour
Adult Adventurers will enjoy a tour of the magnificent Rothiemurchus Estate.

Exclusive Lunch at Rothiemurchus Estate
Take a lunch break with your fellow adventurers. Select a salad or sandwich from a menu that specializes in locally grown meats and produce, and admire the moss-laden Caledonian Forest.

Archery
Join an expert on the estate grounds for a private lesson in archery. Don't have a longbow and quill? Nae problem! All equipment is provided. May the sure aim of Merida inspire you.

Dinner On Your Own in Inverness
Set off for dinner on your own in this ancient capital of the Highlands, once the home of Pictish Kings! From traditional to contemporary, local to international, Inverness offers a rich variety of culinary experiences in riverside restaurants, bustling bistros, country houses or even castles. Don't hesitate to ask your Adventure Guides for dining recommendations.

*Horseback riding activity is for Adventures 16 years and under and has a maximum weight limit for each rider of 200 lbs (90.7 kg). Please note that this activity is not available on adults-only departures.

Meals Included: Breakfast and Lunch

 

Day Seven - 2016

 

Dunnottar Castle

Once defender of the Scottish crown jewels and fortress against the armies of Oliver Cromwell, this castle near Stonehaven perches on cliffs rising high above the vast blue sea, overlooking what was once a strategic merchant route during the Middle Ages. It was also an inspiration for Merida's castle in Brave! Explore the ruins on your own and learn about the castle's colorful past.

 

Tour & Lunch at Glamis Castle

Your tour of Scotland's historic castles continues as you travel by motor coach to Glamis Castle, whose grim history inspired one of Shakespeare's most renowned plays—Macbeth. You'll discover the surprising truth about King Macbeth and marvel at the sumptuous décor of this stately castle where the Queen Mother herself was born. After, enjoy a hot lunch from the castle's restaurant.

 

Reception and Exclusive Farewell Dinner at Edinburgh Castle*

Depart Glamis Castle in the late afternoon and head back to Edinburgh. In the evening you'll be ceremoniously escorted by a smartly kilted bagpiper into Edinburgh Castle where you'll then celebrate the end of an extraordinary vacation as you toast your newfound friends at a farewell banquet.*

*Edinburgh Castle may be closed on some dates in late July and August due to performances of the Military Tattoo. In the event the castle is unavailable, the dinner will take place at the historic Signet Library, home to the prestigious Society of Writers to Her Majesty's Signet.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner


Day Eight - 2015

Depart for Dunnottar
Share a buffet breakfast with your family at the hotel before boarding a coach for a scenic 3-hour trip across the Scottish Highlands!

Dunnottar Castle
Once defender of the Scottish crown jewels and fortress against the armies of Oliver Cromwell, this castle near Stonehaven perches on cliffs rising high above the vast blue sea, overlooking what was once a strategic merchant route during the Middle Ages. It was also an inspiration for Merida's castle in Brave! Explore the ruins on your own and learn about the castle's colorful past.

Arrive at Glamis Castle
Your tour of Scotland's historic castles continues as you travel by motor coach to Glamis Castle, whose grim history inspired one of Shakespeare's most renowned plays—Macbeth. You'll discover the surprising truth about King Macbeth and marvel at the sumptuous décor of this stately castle where the Queen Mother herself was born.

Lunch at Glamis Castle
Enjoy a hot lunch from the castle's restaurant.

Reception and Exclusive Dinner at Edinburgh Castle*
Depart Glamis Castle in the late afternoon and head back to Edinburgh Castle where you'll enjoy a reception, complete with live bagpipes music. You'll then celebrate the end of an extraordinary vacation as you toast your newfound friends at a farewell banquet in the castle—and prepare for a big surprise!

*Edinburgh Castle may be closed on some dates in late July and August due to performances of the Military Tattoo. In the event the castle is unavailable, the dinner will take place at the historic Signet Library, home to the prestigious Society of Writers to Her Majesty's Signet.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

 

Day Eight - 2016

 

Breakfast at the Hotel

Say guid cheerio the nou to all your fellow Adventurers at this last breakfast in Edinburgh!

 

Transfers to Airport

Relax and enjoy your final moments in Scotland as we handle your luggage and arrange for transportation to the airport.

 

Meals Included: Breakfast

 


Day Nine - 2015

Breakfast at the Hotel
Say guid cheerio the nou to all your fellow Adventurers at this last breakfast in Edinburgh!

Transfers to Airport
Relax and enjoy your final moments in Scotland as we handle your luggage and arrange for transportation to the airport.

Meals Included: Breakfast