The time-travelling adventures of Claire Randall and Highland warrior James Fraser have captured the hearts of many millions worldwide.
Where better, then, to evoke and become immersed in the myth and drama than around the real-life locations of those turbulent times?
Loch Ness is a destination where people from all over the world come to seek out the mythical monster and leave caring little whether they have seen the elusive beast or not. For most, the beauty, atmosphere and changing light of Britain’s deepest body of fresh water is entrancing enough.
If you yearn for a taste of the world’s finest single malt whiskies the array of choice across the Highlands and Islands is simply phenomenal: more than 100 distilleries operate a skilled craft first documented 500 years ago.
We can tailor the route to experience all variety of tasting opportunities and guided distillery tours.
Embracing the initial route of the Skye Tour, this journey takes you along the beautiful north-western shores of Loch Ness to Urquhart Castle and then west through spectacular scenery of mountain, mist, woodland and heather moor.
The Battle of Culloden in 1745 was the last great bloody skirmish on British soil, spelling the end of the Jacobite Rebellion under Bonnie Prince Charlie, the young French pretender to the throne.
As a gateway to the Western Isles, Ullapool is an enticing little harbour town many pass through but wish they could linger in for longer.
Once a heart-rending point of departure to the New World for the displaced during the Highland Clearances, it is these days dotted with welcoming pubs and cafes, a museum and genealogy centre, and community-run art gallery.