Frequently asked questions
Where are your tour departure points?
Because we provide private tours, we leave from your accommodation. Departure points for our whisky tours and sightseeing tours include Inverness, Nairn, Elgin, Aviemore and Grantown on Spey. We also depart from West Aberdeenshire including Cullen and Huntly. We can also pick you up from train stations if you are coming from Edinburgh, Glasgow or Aberdeen.
What types of tour do you offer?
We offer a range of tours, including Speyside Whisky Tours and sightseeing in combination with whisky tours.
Do you offer Whisky Tours all year round?
Yes, even in winter time there are quite a few distilleries open and it's ideal for Speyside Whisky Tours.
Do you offer tours of the Malt Whisky Trail?
Yes, the Malt Whisky Trail is a group of Speyside distilleries and cooperage and we are very happy to take you to those. Our other tours can be regarded as Speyside Whisky Tours where you can pick from all the distilleries with visitor centres and not just the Malt Whisky Trail members. Non whisky trail members include Macallan, Cragganmore and Glenfarclas. Malt Whisky Trail Tours
What kind of vehicle do you operate?
We use a Honda CRV which is comfortable, spacious, has air conditioning and provides window views for up to 3 passengers. It has leather seats and a panoramic sunroof. It is insured for tour guiding purposes.
Which distilleries can I visit?
There are about 14 Speyside Distilleries open to the public and more than 6 close by in Highland region. Here's a map of the Speyside Distilleries open to visitors.
Do you do half day whisky tours?
We tend to provide full day tours but if you have specific requirements, please contact us.
Can we combine a whisky tour with an activity?
Moray offers lots of activities from golf to white water rafting to hill climbing to dolphin spotting more details