1-Day St Andrews Tour From Edinburgh

st andrews tour from edinburgh

Our St Andrews tour from Edinburgh

About

The Haggis will take you on an 8-hour tour of the best St Andrews locations. 

Our St Andrews tour is customizable- if you would like to visit other  locations we are happy to accommodate you!

Simply email us at hello@kiwiandhaggistours.com of if you’d like to check out availability, click here.

Tour details

This is a private driving tour for up to 7 people, departing and returning to Edinburgh. This tour lasts 8 hours.

Cost: 

£600 for up to 7 passengers.

What's Included

- Pick up and drop off from your Edinburgh hotel or accommodation
- Water and traditional Scottish snacks
- Transportation in our modern, air-conditioned 7-seater vehicle
- A dram of whisky to commence the tour!

Important Info

- If you would like to go inside St Andrews Castle, the tower at St Andrews Cathedral, and Dunfermline Abbey, the ticket price is not included in your tour. You may stroll around the grounds of St Andrews Cathedral and Dunfermline Abbey for free.

1-Day St Andrews Tour

YOUR ITINERARY

During our tour we will visit a minimum of 6 locations, including:

  • The Forth Bridges – an architectural marvel.
  • East Neuk of Fife – We’ll explore three traditional fishing villages, stopping at one of your choice.
  • St Andrews – We will spend most of the day taking in the sights and sounds of this historic town.
  • Dunfermline Abbey – Burial place of the body of King Robert the Bruce.


This itinerary is fully customizable- if you’d like to visit a different location we are happy to create a bespoke tour for you (additional cost may apply).

Meet Your Guide

YOUR GUIDE

Craig Webster

I am Connor MacLeod of the Clan MacLeod. I was born in 1518 in the village of Glenfinnan on the shores of Loch Shiel. And I am immortal.

Just kidding. I am Craig Webster of the non-existent clan Webster. I was born in 1987 in the maternity ward of an Edinburgh Hospital. I could be immortal. I certainly haven’t died thus far. For anyone who hasn’t understood this reference, you really must watch the 1986 classic movie “Highlander” starring Christopher Lambert and Sean Connery. I implore you. 

I love talking about Scottish history, geography, engineering and teaching people how to swear in Scots. 

You should definitely come and experience Scotland with me. As we say in the old country, “Yer a lang time deid!”