How do I get to Inverness? – As the capital of the Highlands, Inverness is well connected to the rest of the UK and worldwide. There are low-cost direct flights from several UK Airports. Inverness airport has direct flights to and from:
- International – Amsterdam (KLM, with worldwide connections), Geneva (EasyJet, seasonal), Jersey, plus indirect flights to USA/Canada (via Dublin, Aer Lingus), Middle east (via Manchester, Ethiad), Asia (via Manchester, Cathay Pacific).
- UK – London Gatwick (EasyJet), London Heathrow (British Airways), Luton (EasyJet), Amsterdam, Belfast City (Flybe), Birmingham (Flybe), Bristol (Easyjet), Dublin, and Manchester (Flybe).
- Highland Islands (all with Flybe) – Stornoway and Benbecula in the Western Isles, Kirkwall in Orkney and Sumburgh in Shetland.
Click here for details of all flights and airlines which serve Inverness Airport. Most UK flights take just over an hour to reach here. Inverness has direct road, bus and rail links to the rest of the UK.
Where will I stay? Overnight accommodation is not included in the Tour price shown. We will collect you from your accommodation each morning, and drop you off at a location of your choice (within a reasonable distance) after your day’s touring. You are welcome to choose from many options for overnight accommodation in Inverness, from the luxury option of staying at Culloden House Hotel through to a local B&B. You may even wish to stay in the city centre to enjoy evening walks along the River Ness. The VisitScotland website contains a superb listing of local accommodation, and you can access the list here. It is up to you to organise and pay for your own overnight accommodation direct with the venue of your choice. If you are booking the 4 or 6 day Outlander Tour which takes us to Fife and the outskirts of Edinburgh, we would be grateful if you would be willing to stay at the accommodation we suggest, as this is central to each day’s touring itinerary and has been chosen specifically for this reason. If you do wish to stay elsewhere in Fife, we ask that you choose a hotel within four miles of the location we have chosen so the tour itinerary can remain on track. We will of course advise you of this location when you book.
Are meals included? Meals are not included in your tour. You have the option of enjoying a sit-down lunch at one of the venues along the way, or we can take you to a local supermarket to purchase something to take with you as we head out for the day. You can advise us of your requirements on a daily basis.
How do we travel around? For couples, pairs or individuals, you will travel in comfort throughout the Highlands in a modern, spacious, air-conditioned, all-wheel drive Subaru Outback. You will reach your destinations relaxed and ready to explore. Larger groups, by arrangement, will travel in a hired vehicle, the nature of which will depend on the group size.
When can I come? The experience is arranged over days which suit you. Weekends and weekdays are both absolutely fine. We operate year round. The Highlands offer four very different seasons, each with their own highlights and attractions to enhance your tour experience.
What’s the weather like? In common with the rest of Scotland, Inverness has an oceanic climate. Its sheltered location makes it one of the driest areas in Scotland. That said, Scotland occupies the cooler northern section of Great Britain, so temperatures are generally lower than in the rest of the British Isles. Scotland’s climate is actually quite moderate and very changeable, although on occasion we get really hot or really cold weather. As the old Scottish saying goes, ‘there’s no such thing as bad weather, only the wrong clothes!’
To check out the current weather conditions, click on the BBC Weather for Inverness.
What should I wear? Bring comfortable casual clothes, that are relaxing to wear, especially for your past life hypnotherapy sessions. For the Outlander and related touring, please bring some shoes/boots that are comfortable for you to walk in. It is good to bring layers of clothing and a waterproof jacket as the weather can be changeable.
How do I book? If you would like to chat with us about the Outlander Past Lives Experience, or about booking dates, then please contact us. Please ensure you agree dates with us prior to booking flights.
Please note that we also offer bespoke Highland tours. These can include many different themes such as: Outlander, Highland history and culture, Clan-based ancestral themed tours, landscapes, wildlife, castles, tours with digital photography mentoring and guiding etc. To tailor your own unique Highland Tour, please visit our other website: Highland Personal Development Photography Tours.
What is Past Life Regression? It is a form of hypnotherapy designed to take you back through time into memories of previous lives (incarnations) accessing memories and experiences that are otherwise stored deeply in the subconscious mind. Click here for a more detailed explanation of Past Life Regression and what to expect from your experience with us.
We look very forward to sharing this experience with you.
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