Enjoy walking and whiskey on Scotland’s Argyll Peninsula and four small islands
Discover the Argyll Peninsula and four islands of western Scotland on a six-night tour that includes daily guided hikes linking prehistoric sites, nature reserves and whiskey distilleries.
Highlights include a chartered boat ride to the remote island of Jura; a detour to view the Corryvreckan whirlpool, the third-largest in the world; and two nights on the Isle of Islay, known for its eight whiskey distilleries and coastal landscapes.
Walks average three to five miles a day.
Dates: Departures May 19, Aug. 18 and Sept. 8. Availability may be limited.
Price: About $2,400 per person. Includes accommodations in small hotels, most meals, transportation, and distillery tour and tasting. International airfare not included.
Info: Wilderness Scotland, (866) 740-3890
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