Southern Highlands Day Out

£450 per group

Scotland, Stirling

8 Hours


Southern Highlands Day Out

£450 per group

What You'll Do

Enjoy a private tour of the Southern Highlands that takes in beautiful Highland scenery, fascinating clan stories and world-famous whisky as you get the local insight into this stunning corner of Scotland.

Get picked up from anywhere in Stirling for a private tour that’ll give you real insight to the culture and history of the Southern Highlands. You’ll be using a private minivan to get around for the day, your first stop being the impressive Doune Castle.

A medieval keep that has had a breath of new life thanks to its appearances in the Outlander TV show and the somewhat famous Game of Thrones, you’ll enjoy a unique experience here before heading just upriver to Deanston.

Once a purpose-built mill village, it’s now home to a one-of-a-kind distillery, where you’ll sample some real Highland whisky and learn about the processes involved in making it. The tour of the distillery is not included in the price as there are many different tours to choose from, so we let you decide when you arrive which one you’d like to do.

And if you’re into unique gifts or quirky souvenirs, we can make a stop at an old-school antique and art centre.

Stop for a lunch of fresh, local Scottish produce in the idyllic town of Callander, before we head into the Highlands proper. In Balquhidder enjoy an easy hike that offers stunning views of Loch Voil and learn about Scottish folklore and clan history at the grave of the infamous Rob Roy MacGregor.

Relax on the picturesque banks of Loch Earn and take a scenic drive through the Perthshire Hills, before you are dropped back off in Stirling after a full day of Scottish adventure in the Highlands.


Sample local whisky at the southernmost Highland distillery

Learn the story of Doune Castle and go behind the scenes of the TV productions within its walls

Hike the famous Highland hills and lochs at Balquhidder

Your Local Host:

Sara and Maciek

With a degree in Cultural Management, Sara always looked out for an opportunity to connect with different places and cultures. After living in Belgium and France, she decided to make Scotland her home and showcase its beauty to travellers from around the world.

Maciek fell in love with all things Scottish as a boy, so no wonder the resear Read More

Location Information

The tour runs from Stirling, which is easily accessible by train or car. We meet most guests for pick up at Stirling Train Sation, but can also arrange any pick-ups or drop-offs at B&Bs or hotels in Stirling.

  • Transport throughout the day
  • Two local guides/drivers
  • Scottish snacks and water