As of February 2022 we are pleased to confirm that our Seven Day Tours will be operating as normal from April 2022 onwards.

If you have a Scheduled Seven Day Tour booked with us in 2022 or 2023 and we are able to deliver your tour and travel restrictions do not prevent travel to the UK, then our normal Terms and Conditions and cancellation policy applies, as summarised in the table below:

Number of days prior to the start of your TourCancellation fee as a % of the total price of your Tour
60 days or more (if your tour is paid in full before 60 days prior to the start)80% refunded, 20% forfeited (the non-refundable deposit is forfeited)
59-30 days50% refunded
29 days to date of tour commencement0% refunded

The 20% tour deposit is non-refundable, which is made clear throughout our website and directly above the booking widget for all seven day tours. We are making a commitment to put the tour on for you, and you are making the commitment to come by paying the deposit.

In respect of Covid, if there are international travel restrictions and/or lockdown restrictions in place from 60 days prior to your tour when we approach you for your final payment, and these restrictions prevent your tour from going ahead, then we would reschedule you to a future date.

If, for any reason, we are unable to offer you a reschedule, then we would refund your deposit, minus our costs already incurred, which will be calculated at the time.

You can read our full terms and conditions here:

If your Seven Day Outlander Tour cannot go ahead due to Government restrictions and we need to reschedule it to a future date, then please note that it will be rescheduled at the published website price for the year you are transferring to. Our costs rise annually and we will also have additional costs in relation to keeping you, the others on your tour and the minibus safe from Covid. These additional costs do need to be reflected in the price of rescheduling tours to future years.

If you have a tour booked with us and have any questions which are not answered above, please contact us by email, so that we can keep track of all our clients’ correspondence in one safe place.

We are going to keep our Outlander Facebook Page alive and vital. We are going to keep posting many of our thousands of photos of this beautiful country. It has never been so important that we pull together as a collective, so that you can stand on the steps at Lallybroch, drive through the stunning mountains of Glencoe, see the awe-inspiring scenery of Skye…

Together we can ensure that our locations remain open as life returns to normal, that our hotels remain open, and that our tourism industry survives these unprecedented times and can thrive once again.

We wish to thank you for your understanding and co-operation.

Andy & Di Nicholson