Travel to the picturesque Scottish Highlands and marvel at beautiful lochs and glens. Begin the tour by meeting up with a friendly and knowledgeable tour guide at Rabbie's Café Bar, Waterloo Place in Edinburgh. You’ll then travel over the Queensferry Crossing to the Kingdom of Fife. As you continue north, the scenery changes from the rolling farmland of the Scottish Lowlands to forested hills and mountains as you approach the highland fault line. Once you’re in the Highlands, you’ll arrive at your first stop, the gorgeous cathedral town of Dunkeld, which sits by the banks of the Loch Tay; you’ll get to explore the architecturally fascinating cathedral and the quaint streets of this picturesque village. Not far from the village is The Hermitage, a national site where you can take a fantastic woodland walk leading up to the Black Linn Falls. From The Hermitage, you’ll follow the wide valley of the River Tay towards the Victorian resort town of Pitlochry. You’ll get to spend around one hour here, so you have lunch and visit the many great shops found all around it. After lunch, you’ll take a scenic drive through the mountains of Highland Perthshire, and take a short stop at the Queen's View overlooking Loch Tummel. On a clear day the view here is awe-inspiring as it looks over to the beautiful peak of Schiehallion and beyond to the mountains of Glencoe. Continuing alongside Loch Tummel, you’ll head over the hills into the ancient lands of Breadalbane, or the “High Country”, which surrounding Loch Tay. Once you’re in Breadalbane, you’ll make a short stop at the waterside village of Kenmore, and then make your way to the town of Aberfeldy and Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery, where you can discover the secret of how Scotland's national drink is made. After enjoying a dram of Scotland’s “water of life”, the tour returns you to the lowlands and back to Edinburgh.