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Highland Fling Bungee Jump.
Highland Perthshire, Big Tree Country.
Forest Walk to the Hermitage.
Britain's Tallest Trees.
Ossian's Hall of Mirrors.
Highland Town of Aberfeldy.
Shiehallion, the Fairy Mountain.
The Queen's View.
Optional Bungee Swing alternative.
Three Bridges on the Firth of Forth.
After pick-up at your accommodation at 8:00am, we head west out of Edinburgh towards the Three Bridges. We will use one of the bridges to cross the Firth of Forth to the Kingdom of Fife. Heading northward, we make for Aberfeldy. Aberfeldy is a sleepy & picturesque highland village. Here we will take a short break for snack, refreshments, and a wander.
From Aberfeldy, we make for Kenmore, another beautiful village. It is situated on the easterly banks of famous Loch Tay. Here you will be able to view the Loch looking towards the West Highlands.
Then, we will use one of the most stunning roads in Scotland. Along the way, we will take in magical forests and an epic vista of Shiehallion, the fairy mountain. We will also see Loch Tummel and the Queen's View. This is a viewpoint dedicated to Queen Isabella, the wife of Robert the Bruce.
From here it is a short hop to the day's main event - the Highland Fling Bungee Jump! The bungee jump is taken from Garry Bridge over the River Garry. You leap down into the beautiful Pass of Killiecrankie, site of a famous battle during the Jacobite Rebellion in the Scottish Highlands. This was the UK's first static bungee jump. It has attracted thrill seekers like you from all over the world. A full video edit is available to purchase to document your entire experience. If you decide the bungee jump simply isn't for you, there is also the alternative of a bungee swing over the river.
Full information on our bungee partners can be found here:
Our day does not end there! You will have worked up quite an appetite by this time. After the bungee jump, it's onward to lunch in the picturesque Victorian highland town of Pitlochry. Here there are many options for your taste. You will have plenty of time to explore the town.
After lunch, we have more exploring to do and head south towards The Hermitage. The Hermitage is a magical Perthshire forest where we will walk under enormous Douglas Firs, the tallest trees in Britain. We will head towards the thunderous Black Linn Falls. This is a beautiful waterfall where salmon can often be seen jumping up the falls towards breeding grounds. We will also explore Ossian's Hall, named after the son of an ancient giant. It is a viewpoint decorated with mirrors, sliding panels, and paintings.
After, we will take the home stretch towards Edinburgh. We will drop you at your accommodation, or elsewhere if you prefer.
In Scotland, we do not say goodbye. Rather - haste ye back!
Private Day Trip from Edinburgh to Scottish Highlands
Highland Fling Bungee Experience
Luxury 4x4 Vehicle Transportation
Private Tour Guide
Personalised pick-up & drop-off
Bungee Jump Experience
Highland Tour from Edinburgh
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1 Person - Was £350, now £280
2 People - Was £450, now £360.
3 People - Was £550, now £440.
4 People - Was £650, now £520.
We ordinarily carry a maximum of 4 passengers. If your party is more than 4, please get in touch.
We will arrange extra space and provide you with a quote.
Where will we meet/drop-off?
We will meet you at your accommodation/port of arrival 15 mins before departure.
Please provide details of your accommodation, flight or cruise ship arrival upon booking.
Private Tour Departure Time: 8:00am.
The duration is 9-10 hours (depending on daylight hours/time of year/preference). All private tours are improved for the winter. We have fewer daylight hours. We are flexible with return times if you have a cruise/flight to catch.
What to Bring
Please wear comfortable but practical clothing and footwear on your day tour from Edinburgh. This is accommodate for changeable Scottish weather and terrain.
If you would like any more info regarding our day trips in Scotland, please get in touch. We'll be happy to offer assistance.