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2018 is here and Inverness Walking Tours are back with a bang. So what’s changed from 2017? The answer is A LOT. The biggest change is that tours are now available by pre-booking only. This is because our guides have lots of other commitments that they also need to prioritise. 2018 is an extremely exciting…

Inverness Castle was built in 1848. However there has always been as Castle here. For all those Shakespeare fans, you’ll love this! Shakespeare’s tragedy ‘Macbeth’ was supposedly based in the earlier 11th century Inverness Castle, the location of King Duncan’s murder. During your walking tour your guide can tell you all about the fine line…

Meet the Team- Andy Andy is one of our expertly trained guides. By day Andy is a physics teacher at a local high school and by night Andy delivers walking tours. Of course, these two jobs have many transferable skills, Andy easily grasps the attention of his tour with his humorous approach. Yes, this does…

Weird and wonderful visitors Scotland gets over 15 million visitors a year. Inverness Walking Tours are lucky enough to get a few of those travellers and it is about time we appreciate them. First, Hannah and Christine, our fun, friendly feisty ladies from Kentucky. Not only do these women have a love for travel but…

10 Top Tips for walking The Great Glen Way www.invernesswalkingtours.com 1. First foot forward: This is your treat, it’s a challenge but it’s your time to escape for a while. Think of the pure air, the stunning views and the chance to feel part of something bigger. 2. Feet: Look after your fantastic feet; wear…

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