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A week of adventure visiting ancient castle ruins, seeking out the Loch Ness Monster and going on Treasure Hunts -combining lots of activities including: biking, sea kayaking and bush crafting as you explore the Scottish Highlands and West Coast.


£995 pp

Duration: 6 days
Departures: Private departure
Start point: Inverness
End point: Inverness


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The Great Family Adventure Holiday - Treasure Highlands

Treasure Highlands

The famous novel by Robert Louis Stevenson, Treasure Island, was written here, in the Cairngorms National Park in 1881!

With this in mind we have designed an action packed adventure all the family can enjoy.

In the midst of breath taking scenery you will experience and learn about the great outdoors. On top of kayaking, mountain biking and bush crafting you will gather clues in each destination to find the hidden treasure while geo-caching on the final day. One of the many highlights of the trip will be a visit to the famous viaduct featured in the Harry Potter movies, timed perfectly to see the steam train crossing. You will also visit a real Highland Games, tiny desert islands and encounter both fascinating wildlife and enchanting marine life. Oh and not to forget the opportunity to spot Nessie, the friendly Loch Ness Monster.

This will be a family holiday remembered for years to come!

What price includes

  • Accommodation in 3-star inns and guest houses
  • Breakfast and lunch each day
  • Services of qualified and experienced guides throughout
  • All activities incl. specialist equipment
  • Entrance fees to castles, nature reserves and Highland Games
  • All local transfers



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