Date: 3/3/18 Saturday - 4/3/18 Sunday
Time: 07.45am - 20.00pm (+1)
Pick Up and Drop Off: 22 Buccleuch Place (behind the library)
Inclusion: accommodation, breakfast, map, itinerary, a great tour in Skye and the Scottish Highlands, quiz and fun during the bus ride, socialising in our Skye accommodation.
Tickets will go online on EUSA website from 10.00 am on 29/1/18 till 10.00pm on 27/2/18, with a max of 150 pax, on a first-come-first-serve basis.
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Tickets are non-refundable. However, if you find you can no longer attend the trip, you are welcome to sell your ticket to another student. Please, let us know the name and email of the new buyer (and old buyer) at email@example.com
:: About the tour
A memorable weekend trip to the romantic Isle of Skye, A MUST-SEE island of Scotland, voted the 4th best island in the world according to National Geographic. Journey through stunning velvet moors, jagged mountains, sparkling lochs and towering sea cliffs.
The Skye Weekend Trip includes a fantastic tour visiting the most iconic landmarks of Skye including a great hiking to Old Man of Storr with stunning and panoramic views and breathtaking sceneries at the viewpoint, Kilt Rock & Mealt Falls with incredible views over the Raasay Island, a beautiful walk in Lealt Gorge and Lealt Falls, the beautiful Cuillins (the highest mountains in Skye), Portree (the Capital of Skye) and its picturesque coloured houses on the harbour, the historic Sligachan Bridge over River Sligachan, Castle Moil, Skye Bridge, Loch Fada, Loch Leathan and Sound of Raasay. In addition, we will also visit the most picturesque parts of the Highlands including the romantic and majestic Eilean Donan Castle, 5 Sisters of Kintail, 3 Sisters of Glencoe, Fort William, Ben Nevis Viewpoint, lots of Lochs and Glens including Loch Lomond, Loch Garry, Glen Shiel, Great Glen and much more...