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🏔️ Scottish Hebrides


Despite its small size, Scotland is scattered with treasures, densely crammed into its compact territory – never-ending skies, lonely landscapes, spectacular wildlife, superb seafood and hospitable, down­ to­ earth people.

In expressing his love for Scotland, Neil Wilson, a Scottish travel writer, says: “It’s the weather. Yes, seriously. We get four proper seasons here (sometimes all of them in one day) and that means that you get to enjoy the same landscapes over and over again in a range of different garbs – August hills clad in purple heather, native woodlands gilded with autumn colours, snow-patched winter mountains, and Hebridean machair sprinkled with a confetti of spring wildflowers.” (Neil Wilson, 2017, Why I love Scotland, Scotland Lonely Planet).

And the unpredictability of the weather means that even the wettest day can suddenly be transformed by parting clouds and slanting shafts of golden light. Sheer magic.

Let’s put it to you straight; there really is no need to ‘mull over’ the decision on whether you should visit the Isle of Mull. This large Inner Hebridean island is full of many incredible possibilities, whether you are going for a day trip or staying a fortnight. Visit the charming town of Tobermory with its coloured houses and independent businesses and explore miles of stunning coastline with amazing wildlife. No matter what the Isle of Mull weather is like, you can experience the perfect island escape. To the west of Mull, there are some exciting discoveries to be made. The tiny, enchanting Isle of Iona is a peaceful haven, while you can discover one of Scotland’s geological wonders on a boat trip to Staffa.


Day 1 – Thursday:

Day 2 – Friday:

Day 3 – Saturday:

  • 07:45 – 08:45 Breakfast
  • 08:45 Departure
  • 10:00 Ferry (£1.90)
  • 10:15 – 15:30 Isle of Iona, St Oran’s Chapel, Iona abbey (from £5.40)
  • 10:30 – 13:30 Isle of Staffa (£30) & Fingal’s Cave from Iona
  • 13:30-15:30 Isle of Iona
  • 15:30 Departure
  • 17:00 Ferry
  • 20:00 Dinner at The Queen of the Loch at the Lake Loch Lomond in Balloch, where we stay

Day 4 – Sunday:

  • 07:45 – 08:45 Breakfast
  • 08:45 Departure
  • 10:00-13:00 Kelvingrove BrewDog Glasgow
  • 13:00 Transfer
  • 21:00 Hammersmith, London

Travel times may vary depending on traffic & weather conditions.

Participation includes:

  • English-speaking driver/tour manager
  • Transport throughout the tour
  • Professional IAM/RoSPA qualified driver
  • Expert local knowledge and assistance during the trip

The price does not include:

  • Entry fees – please look at the web links in itinerary
  • Food during the trip – bring/buy your own
  • Travel to the meeting point or drop-off/pick up point
  • Extra stops on the route for pick up/drop-offs
  • Personal travel insurance for cancellation, accident, health, theft of or damage to baggage
  • Evebus Club – membership with extra rewards, including free booking transfer
  • Tour guide – instead we have a driver/tour manager
  • Accommodation

What to bring:

  • Soft drinks & packed lunch
  • Small bag: 40x25x20cm up to 10kg
  • Camera & phone charger
  • Friendly attitude and good manners 🙂

That is it! We will handle the rest. All you have to do is turn up and have a great time!

📩 Please note: by default, most of our group tours are designed for the Russian speaking community therefore, an audio guide on the coach will be played in the Russian language. We can always organize a private tour in your preferred language. Please contact us via