We will take you on a drive through a fabled landscape, taking you back 10,000 years in time to the site of the world's oldest recorded Calendar, and let you visit Neolithic recumbent stone circles,'where the full moon once walked upon the land'. Or let you gaze upon a crannog, a stone-age man-made island, and wonder at beautiful ancient Pictish and Celtic carved stones from a time when Scotland was ruled by mythical Kings.
Visit an old Gallows Tree where guilty and innocent were hung alike, and see the place where Macbeth was slain. Visit the den of Cateran, highland cattle-rustlers, and walk where a Witches coven once met to cast their spells, or maybe you'd like to have a dram of Queen Victoria's favourite whisky from her local distillery?
Pause by a clan gathering cairn hundreds of years old which remains an ancient memorial to fallen highland warriors, and see the house where Robert Louis Stevenson's enduring tale of pirates and parrots, Treasure Island, was written one wet Scottish summer (surprise, surprise).
From the Stone Age era to Jacobite tales, to our own more recent Royal history, there will be something for everyone on a tour of Hidden Deeside.
LUNCH CAN BE PROVIDED AT AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE OF £10 PER PERSON. PROVISION WILL BE A ' SOUP AND SANDWICH' LUNCH AT A RESTAURANT EN-ROUTE.