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What people are saying about Perth and Kinross
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Stuart B, our Scottish kilted tour guide and driver was great, shared stories, great music, and the way he weaved the sights while traveling on the bus with music and stories of history, myth, and lore was so good and made the time fly, traveling for 9.5 hours seemed to just fly! Dunkeld was one of the first stops and was a lovely walk in rain through woodlands alongside the River Tay, then a short drive to the waterfalls of Hermitage which was a sight to behold! We had lunch in Pitlochry and had a walk around the town and sampled the local Whisky ice cream which felt wrong on a rainy day but still was a memory to treasure. The next stop was The Queens View at Loch Tummel which is a view all should try to see, truly special! The last stop, Dewar's World of Whisky was a great way to end the trip, The distillery was a great experience and the tasting (especially from the cask) was eye-opening. Last but not least, the Glens are so beautiful too!
This tour was a great way to see a little bit more of Scotland outside of its major cities — especially if you only have a short stay in the country. We learned a lot about Scotland and its history and culture too!
Lovely tour and the tour guide, Paul, was wonderful. We had a fantastic time and the bus commentary was a good mix of funny and interesting facts. Our group was ages 5-82 and we all had fun!
The crew was great. The restaurants we stopped at were not.
The drive Peter was very interesting and knowledgeable .