Unspoiled and uncrowded, Scotland’s 790+ islands are steeped in tradition, with many containing remnants of ancient cultures and civilizations. Thanks to the country’s compact size, it’s possible to reach more than one archipelago from Inverness. Here are the top Scottish islands tour options.
Whin Park, Inverness, The Scottish Highlands
Though the park is open daily, the train runs from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekends and during school holidays. The fare for a ride is 1.80 pounds. To get to Whin Park, you need to cross Canal Park via Bught Road. If you're walking from other downtown attractions like Inverness Castle, you can take Ness Walk, which will lead you all the way there.
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