Failte do'n Eilean Sgitheanach - Welcome to The Isle of Skye!

We are taking bookings throughout winter

Isle of Skye Tour Starts in Portree
Regretably, due to poor road conditions, we will not currently be visiting Mystical Fairy Glen
Museum of Island Life
Duntulm Castle Ruins
The Quiraing - magical!
Kilt Rock, waterfall and cliff face
The Old Man of Storr

Glenedin Coaches is the family run business of Kathleen MacAskill which has been running for over 20 years. Born and brought up on the Island, Kathleen is a fluent Gaelic speaker who has an in-depth knowledge of the Island and will entertain and enlighten you with some of the old stories and legends on this mystical Island.

We have previously been awarded the Talisker Quality Award for contributions to visitor's tours and service. Join us on one of our unique tours and you will see why! We have more details on our sister website at Skye Tours.

If you are travelling from further afield or planning a larger tour, why not try this hotel price comparison website or check here for UK Holiday Accommodation to help you locate the perfect place for your stay?

Our recommended North end tour returns to Portree at 2pm when you can take a boat trip on the "MV Stardust" to see Britain's largest and rarest bird of prey, the Sea Eagle.

North End Skye Tour Itinerary

Operating Monday - Saturday from 1 May 2014 - 12 October 2014, give us a call on 01470 582306 outside these dates to check availability! Sorry, there are no tours on Sundays.The River Sligachan and Marsco

10am Depart from Portree Tourist Information Office.
2 Stop at Uig, the main ferry terminal to the outer Hebrides then onwards to Kilmuir - we regret that we cannot visit Faerie Glen due to the poor condition of the approach road.
3 Kilmuir, home of the Museum of Island Life and the site of Flora MacDonald's grave.
4 Duntulm Castle, ruin of the former stronghold of the MacDonalds.
5 The Quiraing.
6 Kilt Rock & Waterfall, great spot for bird watchers and the magnificent Kilt Rock.
  Lealt Falls photo stop.
7 The Old Man of Storr, a magnificent pinnacle of rock 48m high standing below 182m cliffs.
2pm Return to Protree.

The sun bursting through the morning cloudsTours last a minimum of 4 hours and cost £20 per person but we require a minimum of 4 passengers for the tour to run.

We cater for disabled and wheel chair passengers but please telephone in advance.

Hill Walker Special

Why not join us for the tour then walk up to the Old Man of Storr and return to Portree by service bus later - ask the driver for details.

Other tours available. We can also provide transfer to and from airports, railway stations and ferry terminals.