Check in 15 minutes before departure at
Edinburgh Bus Station, Gate J and Gate K,
St Andrew Square, Edinburgh, EH1 3DQ
Follow your favourite characters’ journeys on the Outlander Adventure 4-Day Tour from Edinburgh. Recreate all of the iconic scenes on this comprehensive journey through Scotland.
The Scottish landscape has a lot to offer the visitors that travel through it. Along with the picturesque glens and stunning architecture, there is a deep well of history associated with the country. It was these factors that inspired the globally-beloved TV series Outlander. The real-life stories of Scotland helped to shape the on-screen characters and propel their storylines.
From €539 per person
Covid-19 safety measures
We want you to enjoy a safe and worry-free adventure.
So, our expert team have put together new procedures that go further than government guidelines and don’t get in the way of discovering our incredible history and heritage.
- You’re required to wear a face covering onboard our mini-coaches. Please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org before your trip if you’re unable to wear a covering
- You’ll receive a quick temperature check at your departure point
- There’s a short COVID-19 questionnaire to answer when you arrive
- Our mini-coaches have allocated seating to comply with one-metre indoor social distancing rules
- Hand sanitizer is provided onboard our mini-coaches
- When outside of our mini-coach, please comply with all government and 3rd party guidance regarding the control of COVID-19
- Our team take daily temperature checks and health questionnaires
- PPE equipment and perspex protection is provided to our team
Tour routes can change and attractions may be closed due to the coronavirus. But don’t worry, your expert guide will ensure you enjoy the best experience possible.
The Outlander Adventure 4-Day Tour from Edinburgh gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of the TV series. Throughout the 4-day adventure, you will visit famous filming locations, and learn how true events helped to mould this historical romance.
Day 1 eases you into the Outlander action.
This is when you’ll explore some of the more humble and tranquil settings from the TV series. First, you will visit the quaint village of Culross. During the Outlander production, this area became Cranesmuir. Strolling through it you will see some recognisable buildings from the TV series.
Next, it’s on to Falkland, which represented 1940s Inverness, before heading to Newtonmore Highland Folk Museum. Among many historical treasures, this museum boasts replicas of 18th-century turf-roofed Highland crofts. These appear in the very first episode of Outlander.
The day ends with a visit to Tulloch Ghru, a beautiful wooded area that features in the TV series. Afterwards, you travel on to the real Inverness, where you will spend the night.
Day 2 delves into the rebellious side of Scottish history.
After a quick stop in the majestic Glen Affric, you will travel to the Culloden Battlefield. This is the site of a huge battle during the Jacobite Risings.
Then it’s on to the Clava Cairns. These ancient standing stones are shrouded in mystical history. It makes sense then why they inspired the Craigh na Dun, where Claire travels back in time.
But, no Outlander tour would be complete without some castles!
Thankfully, the Outlander Adventure 4-Day Tour from Edinburgh has you covered! But first, Day 3 begins with a quick trip to Beauly Priory. This is the area where the real-life Lovat Frasers – Jamie’s clan in Outlander – are buried.
Then, it’s on to Castle Leod, the real-life seat of Clan Mackenzie. While this building doesn’t feature in the show, it was a source of inspiration for the fictional Castle Leoch.
Day 3 ends with a tour and tasting at a local whisky distillery, and a trip along the shores of Loch Ness.
And the Outlander Adventure 4-Day Tour from Edinburgh leaves the best until last!
Day 4 begins with a visit to Glenfinnan. Here you will find a stunning monument to the Jacobite Risings, surrounded by a spectacular landscape.
Next, it’s on to Doune Castle. While Castle Leod may have been the inspiration, Doune Castle actually features as Castle Leoch on Outlander. This is a great place to get the perfect holiday snap!
Finally, the last stop on this tour is Blackness Castle. Featuring as Fort William, this is another place where you can get some fantastic photographs. From the walls of the castle, you can experience breathtaking views of the Firth of Forth.
This tour will stay two nights in Inverness and one night in Fort William. Unfortunately we can’t provide a list of accommodations as they vary depending on availability and our accommodations department can only start looking for accommodation once a booking has been made.
Buying a Historic Scotland Explorer Pass (adult: £35 – £45) gives you free admission to over 70 properties in Scotland, including Blackness Castle and Doune Castle.