“Follow the story of Jamie and Claire from the best-selling Outlander book and TV series while also immersing yourself in the rich history and clan traditions of the Scottish Highlands. This tour takes you on a breath-taking journey through the Fraser Clan’s lands in one of our luxurious 7-passenger Mercedes.”
A fascinating look back in time, the Wardlaw Mausoleum was built in 1634 as the burial place for the Lovat Frasers. Follow the mystery and find out if Simon (The Fox) Fraser was really buried here.
A visit to this Bronze Age cemetery is guaranteed leave you spellbound; a journey back in time to over 4000 years ago. Standing stones, kerb cairns, and passage graves in a beautiful location is a must see. But be careful when touching those standing stones; who knows where they might lead you!
Site of the last battle of the Jacobite uprising in 1746. Travel back in time by taking part in the living history presentation and visit the clan graves where the Jacobites made their last stand.
Located at the edge of the Cairngorms National Park, Tulloch Ghru features heavily in several scenes from Outlander, including the opening credits.
The final stop takes us to final stages of Jacobite Rebellion, Ruthven Barracks, where Jacobite supporters congregated after the Battle of Culloden.