Kerry Sinclair

Hello and welcome.

I would love to have the opportunity to share with you our amazing little bit of the planet.  Born in the city of Inverness, I have spent all of my life in the Highlands with the exception of time spent studying at the School of Scottish Studies, part of the University of Edinburgh.

I have the passion and energy to shape your visit to the Highlands into something of an adventure.  I’ll share my stories - of heroes, heroines and villains, emigrants and adventurers, of customs and beliefs - and I’ll do my very best to answer your questions about the who, why and how of Highland history and culture.

Explore the Highlands with me and I will tailor your itinerary to to reflect your particular passions and interests.  Highland history and the landscape and topography are particular passions of mine with much of my free time being spend exploring the hills, coasts and glens of the area on foot and by bicycle.

I understand the power of words and of communicating clearly and meaningfully.  My training enables me to think on my feet and to be versatile.  Deeply interested in all aspects of the Highland life, history and culture, I am also extremely interested in you - the people who choose to spend time exploring the area - and in ensuring your time is well spent.  

Whether you are looking for an introduction to the Highlands or an in depth exploration off the beaten track, join me for the adventure!

    Contact Numbers

  • 07902 474 648


  • Half Day
  • Full Day

Tour Types

  • Shore Excursions
  • Day Coach Tours
  • Extended Coach
  • Driving Day Tour
  • Driving Extended
  • Walking & Hiking

Starting Points

  • Aberdeen
  • Edinburgh
  • Fort William
  • Glasgow
  • Invergordon
  • Inverness
  • Moray
  • Kirkwall
  • Portree
  • Scrabster
  • Scottish Borders
  • Ullapool

Tour Interests

  • Architecture & Industry
  • Castles & Clans
  • Distilleries & Whisky
  • Folklore & Music
  • Geology & Geomorphology
  • Hill Walking & Hiking
  • Scottish History
  • Wildlife Fauna & Flora


  • English

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