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Skye Locations

We visit many of Skye's top locations including Portree, The Old Man of Storr, The Quairaing and many more great spots.

Private Tours

We can custom build tours to suit your requirements, taking you to all the places you want to see. Hire the whole bus.

Book Your Seat

During the summer we run daily tours, it's easy to book your seat for your day out exploring the Isle of Skye.

Skye Tours

Catch the first train from Inverness in the morning and we'll meet you at the train station in Kyle on your arrival, returning you to the station in time for the last train back to Inverness.

5 Hour Mini Bus Tours of the Isle of Skye

Pick up at Kyle train station 11:30am - returning to Kyle for the 5:15pm train back to Inverness.

Departs from Kyle Tourist Information Office 11:45am. We also pickup in Kyleakin, usually around 11:50am and from Broadford Post Office at about 12:00pm. If you are in Portree join the tour at 1:30 pm, pickup in the main square (Somerled Square).

Book Online Now or call : 01471 822716 or mobile 0776 543 5424 - For further details and reservations.

tours of SkyeSkye or the Isle of Skye (Scottish Gaelic An t-Eilean Sgitheanach or Eilean a' Cheò) is the largest and most northerly large island in the Inner Hebrides.

1,656 square kilometres (639 sq mi), Skye is the second-largest Island in Scotland after Lewis and Harris. The island's peninsulas radiate from a mountainous centre dominated by the Cuillins, the rocky slopes of which provide some of the most dramatic mountain scenery in the UK.

The Island has been occupied since the Mesolithic period (7th millennium BC) and its history includes a time of Norse rule and a long period of domination by Clan MacLeod and Clan Donald.

The 18th-century Jacobite risings led to the breaking up of the clan system and subsequent ‘Clearances’ that replaced entire communities with sheep farms, some of which also involved forced emigrations to distant lands. Resident numbers declined from over 20,000 in the early 19th century to just under 9,000 by the closing decade of the 20th century.
About a third of the residents were Gaelic speakers in 2001, and although their numbers are in decline this aspect of island culture remains important.

The main industries are tourism, agriculture, fishing and whisky-distilling.

The climate is mild, wet and windy. The abundant wildlife includes the golden eagle, sea eagle and red deer.

Our Skye Tour Route

Kyle of Lochalsh

Our starting point on the mainland, Kyle is well connected as it has the train from Inverness and regular buses. We can even pick you up at the train station.


The first big village you come to on Skye. Right by the sea side overlooking Broadford bay and the applecross hills.

Sligachan & the Cuillins

We stop at Sligachan which is as the base of the Cuillin Mountains. A perfect stop to get your camera out to capture these amazing views of the mountain range.


The capital of Skye. There is a lovely scenic harbour, busy with boats all day long. We will stop here for lunch, giving you time to look around the shops.

The Old Man of Storr

A massive rock pinnacle that dominates the views, the remnants of ancient landslips. This unique landscape has been used as a location for several films.

The Quairaing

The Quiraing is a spectacular series of rock pinnacles on the eastern side of the main spine of the Trotternish peninsula.

Uig & Fairy Glen

The ferry port that takes you to Harris and North Uist. The nearby Fairy Glen is a strange landscape of hillocks, apparently where the Fairy’s live.

Isle of Skye

For more information about the Isle of Skye including accommodation, activies and attractions visit this Isle of Skye website.

Isle of Skye

Boat Trips

When visiting Skye taking a boat trip should be high on your list of priorities. Perfect for seeing wildlife; including seals, eagles and more.

Boat Trips

Discover the Isle of Skye with Skye Tours