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The Isles of Iona and Mull speak of spirituality within this magical landscape 

The Highlands of Scotland conjure images of a mythical Celtic landscape imbued with an ethereal magical quality 


Rosslyn Chapel, the ancient capital of Dunfermline and the royal city of Edinburgh are shrouded in mystery and legends of former times 

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The lovely sheltered harbour town of Oban, set in a dramatic location in the Firth of Lorn is the gateway to the islands. It is also our base for three nights as we start our pilgrimage to some of the special places on the mainland in the Kilmartin Valley with the greatest concentration of sacred sites in the whole of Scotland. 

Its from Oban that we catch the island-hopping ferry over to Mull. After a scenic drive along the island we catch a short ferry ride over to the renowned magical Isle of Iona with its active Abbey established by St Columba

Moving into Glen Lyon Valley in the breathtaking natural scenery of the Central Highlands you will visit sites from different periods in history that are empowered by earth energy currents and you'll get to touch the Fortingall Yew, reputed to be the oldest living tree in Europe. We  will be based in Pitlochry for two nights as we explore this area.

Then we head towards the Royal capital city Edinburgh, stopping en route at the largest and most imprtant castle in Scotland, Stirling Castle and then on to the ancient Celtic capital of Scotland, DunfermlineDunfermline Abbey was established almost a thousand years ago and became a centre of pilgrimage to St Margaret. Early kings and queens of Scotland were buried here, as was Robert the Bruce whose tomb we find located on an energy line. 

Towards the end of this remarkable journey we will have a special guided tour of the unique Knights Templar sanctuary of Rosslyn Chapel with its many mysteries. Following our visit you'll be in for more surprises as we explore a secret hillside cave with ancient origins, across the valley. The tour ends with free time to walk Edinburgh's 'Royal Mile', you may want to visit Edinburgh Castle and time to experience a taste of royal Scottish city life.

On route we visit stone circles, faery glens, chambered cairns, an abbey, a royal castle, early saints churches, lochs, glens, mountains, islands, beach and ocean!  Oh, and there's a warm Scottish welcome and maybe some live traditional folk music in local pubs on free evenings.


  • Collection from & return to Glasgow airport 

  • All land & ferry transportation 

  • 8 nights accommodation in quality hotels 

  • All breakfasts & four evening meals 

  • All normal admission charges to sacred sites 

  • All tour guide fees 

  • Gratuities & taxes on accommodation & included meals 

  • Third party liability insurance 

  • All rooms have ensuite bathroom facilities and tour prices are based on sharing a twin/double room. 

A limited number of single rooms are available for which there will be a single supplement charge as specifed on the Prices & Booking page.


Day 1 – Thur 23rd May

Your guides, Cameron & Glenn Broughton, will meet you at Glasgow Airport and immediately your adventure begins as we travel along the banks of Loch Lomond through the spectacular scenery of the Trossachs National Park to our hotel in Oban. 

En route we'll stop for lunch at a converted chapel and be treated to homecooked food. 

Oban is a small but bustling port town with a beautiful bay and a colourful history. Our hotel for three nights is right on the Promenade with gorgeous views across the Bay. 
We gather for a welcome drink before dinner at a local restaurant.


Day 2 – Fri 24th May

We start the day with an orientation meeting to set the scene for the tour ahead. 

Then we’re off to the Kilmartin Valley with over 350 Neolithic and Bronze Age sacred sites! This entire landscape was held to be sacred and was the focal point for spirituality by our distant ancestors. We visit Nether Largie Standing Stones believed by Alexander Thom to be an astronomical observatory from nearly five thousand years ago. Close by are the twin Templewood Stone Circles set in a copse of trees. It is a perfect location for our Intention Setting Meditation. A short walk takes us to Nether Largie cairn that we can enter where we conclude our time in the Kilmartin Valley. On the way home we visit the Kintraw Stone, a site aligned to the solstices, located with wonderful views over the Sound of Jura. See if you think the stone looks like a wise old man… 

Free-choice dinner not included in tour price


Day 3 - Sat 25th May

We catch the early ferry from Oban to Craignure on Mull, a 45-minute sailing. We then have an hour’s scenic drive through Mull to the ferry terminal over to the sacred Isle of Iona. 

Our day on Iona includes Iona Abbey, with its beautiful acoustic Chapel.  St. Columba established a monastery here in 563AD that was eventually destroyed by the Vikings. Following these raids a Benedictine Abbey was established over 800 years ago. Still an active Christian community today the Abbey is open to visitors and includes St Columba's cell and beautifully carved tombstones of many kings and chieftans. Close by, the Nunnery gardens are sublime and peaceful and will be full of colorful flowers.  

We also offer a hike up Dun I the only hill on Iona. This is a hike as there’s no footpath so good walking boots/shoes are required! Energy lines converge on the summit and the Pool of Eternal Youth is located there. We will meditate to connect to our spirit and angelic guides here. 

Iona is on a leyline connecting it to the energies of Callanish stone circle further north in the Hebrides that we can detect by dowsing. 

We catch the return ferry to Mull and return to Oban at the end of a long day.

Dinner at a local restaurant


Day 4 - Sun 26th May

We start this day with a drive through the glorious scenery of Glen Coe, dubbed the most romantic glen in Scotland, and view the dramatically located Castle Stalker.

Onward to our palatial hotel in Pitlochry in the Central Highlands, where we will stay for two nights. 

The rest of the day is free for you to explore Pitlochry that has a good selection of shops and restaurants as well as two whisky distilleries (that offer guided tours & tastings!) and nearby Blair Castle. 

Free-choice dinner not included in tour price


Day 5 - Mon 27th May

We are aware that we are in a place of power, mystery and magic, where several leylines cross and the oldest surviving goddess tradition in Scotland is still kept alive by the locals. Mt Shiehallion to the north is the protective guardian and source of power, a fairy-mountain and portal into the inner Earth. 

Our first visit is to the sixteenth century St Mary's church at Grandtully, that has a wonderful ancient painted wooden ceiling and was built on a power centre originally used by the gnostic Culdee church. We then visit the energetic stone spiral of Croft Moraig, which is in reality a horseshoe of stones surrounded by a bank and a stone circle, a design that is reminiscent of Stonehenge in England. 

Lunch at Fortingall Hotel

After lunch we'll visit the Fortingall Yew, believed to be the oldest tree in Europe at 5,000 years old. It is the entrance into the magical valley of Glen Lyon and provides us with a living connection to the ancient wisdom of this land, because this tree started its life when the stone circles were being built. Heading north over the River Lyon to the foothills of Mt. Schiehallion we'll walk up a hill track to the Praying Hands of Mary, a stunning 'natural standing stone' looking very much like it was placed there by our ancestors. It is well worth the clumb uphill to experience the serenity present and the spectacular views of Glen Lyon.   

Dinner at the hotel 


Day 6 - Tues 28th May

We start the day with another scenic drive to Stirling to visit one of the largest and most important castles in Scotland, Stirling Castle. This magnificent castle was home to most of the Scottish Royals until England and Scotland were united. Many Scottish monarchs were crowned at Stirling, including Mary Queen of Scots. We can't think of a better place to learn about Scottish history!

Lunch at Stirling Castle

After lunch we'll visit the medieval capital of Scotland,Dunfermline, where we find energy currents coursing through the Dunfermline Abbey. We will be happy to show you how to dowse for these energies with rods or pendulum. A leyline passes through here connecting it with many sacred sites further south in England including the medieval capital of England, Winchester. Dunfermline Abbey is one of Scotland’s most important cultural sites housing the remains of many kings and queens of Scotland along with Robert the Bruce whose tomb lies close by the pulpit.  

Our next port of call will be Edinburgh, the present day capitol of Scotland, for a three night stay.

Free-choice dinner not included in tour price

Day 7 - Weds 29th May

Today is free for you to explore the aspects of Edinburgh that appeal to you, from Holyrood Palace(home of the Scottish parliament), Arthur’s Seat (with spectacular views over the city), Mary King’s Close (an underground labyrinth of seventeenth century streets), Scottish National Museum, to  Edinburgh Castle and shopping on The Royal Mile and much more.  

Free-choice dinner not included in tour price


Day 8 - Thur 30th May

This final day includes guided visits to Rosslyn Chapel and Temple. 
Rosslyn Chapel, made famous by The DaVinci Code, is a remarkable building full of secrets, Green man carvings and esoteric symbolism that our guide will tell us about. It is like no other chapel or church you have been to before. We’ll also visit the ruins of Rosslyn Castle across the valley from the chapel and discover a secret cave close by.  
Temple was once the main preceptory or headquarters of the famed Knights Templar in Scotland. Today the ruins of the church have a distinct atmosphere and Templar markings can be seen such as skull and crossbones on several gravestones. 
Farewell dinner at a local restaurant.


Day 9 - Fri 31st May

A one-hour drive to Glasgow Airport for return flights home OR to continue on with us to Orkney



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