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My name is Fiona and I am a Highlands of Scotland Tour Guide.

A Tour Guide and Driver/Guide for the Whisky Trail, Castle Trail, Loch Ness, John o' Groats, Isle of Skye and of course all those secret and special places.


If you contact me before you arrive here you will get more than just a Tour Guide!  I’ll help you make the most out of your stay in this wonderful part of the Great British Isles.

  • YOUR questions answered about everything from where to go, who to meet, how much to pay, how to get from the Airport to your accommodation and even what to pack!

  • I can help plan your Itinerary and also give you my honest assessment of your “must see” list, help you whittle down and prioritize to make your time here in the Highlands of Scotland the best vacation you have ever been on.

  • Whether its your first time coming to the Highlands or your 10th I am looking forward to helping you make the most of your time here.  Our country is beautiful – even in all weathers! and I can’t wait to share it with you.

  • My job is to help you avoid over priced hotels & restaurants,  tourist traps and time wasting roads.  I'll show you how to Zig when others Zag!

My service is available to




Tour Companies and

Cruise Ship Guests. 

either in your vehicle, a 4 seat car, a six seater people carrier, 16 seater mini bus, 28 seater midi coach or a 52 seater coach.

I look forward to hearing from you and would be honored to be part of your travel plans.

 eventually - a dream comes true - i made it to St Kilda!



Situated 50 miles from the West Coast of Scotland out in the ocean in the middle of nowhere. St Kilda sustained a certain way of Island life for many generations that ended sadly in 1930 when 36 old and young left the island.

But still amongst the hills and ruins, the sea birds and seals call you, the wind whistles through your hair and you can see for endless miles around.                AND it is where Andrew proposed to me! 

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