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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 year in Inverness’s history so what have we got to look forward to?

MARCH
Local business Dolphin Spirit will be heading to Germany to exhibit at ITB Berlin with Visit Britain. Dolphin Trips will start on March 26th. Check what their up to on their website: https://dolphinspirit.co.uk/

APRIL
Easter is on the 1st of April in 2018 and what better way to burn off that chocolate than to take part in Etape Loch Ness- see how you can park at…. https://www.etapelochness.com/

MAY
On the 11th-13th of May the Ullapool book festival will be returning to the Highlands of Scotland. Whilst you are on the west coast you might as well have some fresh fish and chips too!

JUNE
Why not get a real taste… or should I say sound of Highland life and visit the European Pipe Band Championships in Forres. Watch a clip from a 2016 performance to see what you’ve got to look forward too… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-D5AMrs10BE

JULY
On July the 29th the biggest girl band in the world LITTLE MIX will be making a wee trip up to the Highlands to play at Bught Park. www.little-mix.com/gb/home

AUGUST
Woohooo, for all of our party people you will be delighted to here that Amy MacDonald and Paloma Faith will be headlining this years Belladrum. My top tip for those attending the Tartan Heart Festival is to pop into Beauly on your way to the best deli in the Highlands Conor on the Square for a bacon butty. http://www.tartanheartfestival.co.uk/ www.corneronthesquare.co.uk/

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