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help 5 day itinerary

Can you suggest if our below 5-day itinerary is any good? we arrive on the 14th at Aberdeen airport and drive for Inverness. We sleep there and early morning on the 15th we leave to the Isle of Skye and sleep there and leave Skye on the 18th early in the morning back to Aberdeen

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  • VisitScotlandAmandaVisitScotlandAmanda Member, Administrator, Moderator, VisitScotland Staff
    Hello @roncam! Looks pretty good to me - you've packed in a pretty scenic whistle stop tour! The days where you drive to/from Skye will be big ones (close to 6 hours) so hopefully you enjoy driving. Make sure you take lots of rest stops along the way. Enjoy!
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  • roncamroncam Member ✭✭
    do you think that it will be better if we drop kilchurn castle and visit Glencoe instead ?
  • VisitScotlandLindsayVisitScotlandLindsay Member, Moderator, VisitScotland Staff

    Hi @roncam

    Looks like an amazing trip and your definitely seeing some great places. I have done both Kilchurn and Glencoe and both are worth visiting. Personally for me I feel that the Glencoe area has a little bit more to offer as not only have you got the stunning view of the mountains, you have the little village of Glencoe and they also have a visitor centre which tells you all about the history of the area and of course about the massacre of Glencoe. Check out this website for more information 

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