Based on start/finish Inverness
- Culloden Visitor Centre – interactive, very evocative tour for Outlander Fans and history buffs interested in the Jacobite history, with option to look down on or walk through parts of Drumossie Moor battlefield (16th April 1746).
- Clava Cairns near Drumossie Moor – no Outlander-type time travel, but evocative Bronze Age stone cairns – archaeology in tranquil surroundings.
- Depending on where you are based, EITHER:
- Cawdor Castle – amazing architecture, fascinating history, extensive gardens, bio-dynamically managed, intriguing sculptures, beautiful woodland, usually birdsong and humming with bees and bumblebees, OR
- Walking tour of Old Inverness, famous for its four pedestrian bridges across the river; shopping for tartan, tweed and woollens. For the fleet of foot: climbing 80 plus steps up a tower of Inverness Castle (law courts) to enjoy panoramic views of Ness river winding its way from Loch Ness and the City, and over to the mountains of Ben Wyvis in the north.