Diana Gabaldon's "Outlander" series has won legions of fans with its love story highlighting life in 18th- and 20th-century Scotland. Now, walk in the footsteps of these characters with this upscale vacation special from Celtic Journeys -- discounted $200 off the regular price.
For $2795 per person, this fully escorted vacation is no cookie-cutter, mass-produced trip through Scotland. Extremely personalized and featuring small group sizes (no more than 14 people), this vacation includes:
This vacation includes unique extras not found in other packages, such as a private tour of Castle Leod with the Clan Chief of the Mackenzies and a period costume dinner at Culloden House with a Jacobite soldier.
Note: This vacation does not include international roundtrip flights or gratuities. This itinerary begins in Glasgow and ends in Edinburgh.
Depart May 1 for a Mother's Day journey through Scotland. Depart Sept. 25 for $100 more per person. Click here for more information about this itinerary and Celtic Journeys, but follow the instructions below to book.
Book by March 2.
Travelzoo Tip: The novel "Outlander" has won critical acclaim, including the RITA Award for "Best Romance novel" in 1991. It's worth reading the novel (again, perhaps) before departing on this trip to help tie Scotland's settings to the story.