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Over the years others have copied our name and tried to build on our success but we are the only Invergordon Tours company being run by locals.Gavin Nicholson started up the business with one simple goal and that was to offer amazing holiday experiences for the people who chose to visit his hometown.He worked in the fur trade eventually settling in the Red River settlement - what is now Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. I'd be pleased to share what I know of his descendants.I hope that I may find out something of his ancestors. Mason) died in this village in ROC in 1863.wife Jane/Jean ms Ross died also in Balintore in 1870. Mason ) in Kirkintilloch and Paisley latterly, and John in Inverness in 1870.Hi Would you have spaces for 4 adults @14th Sept for a day tour of Invergordon & Inverness surrounding. Angus Mc Leod left Uig Manse 1886 with a letter from Rev. From a later wedding certificate, his parents were Patrick Mc Leod and Maggie Minsen, presumably from the Isle of Lewis.Sit back and indulge in the panoramic views of the Scottish Highlands and Islandsas your local guide takes you on an unforgettable tour of this magical land they call home. Gavin runs a great family business and Fiona was the perfect tour guide - knowledgeable, personable, and very fun!
The afternoon then takes you to The Royal Burgh of Dornoch before winding down with a visit to Glenmorangie Distillery.We are the only family business which offers tours from the port of Invergordon and we are the original Invergordon Tours.
I understand that Gavin was overbooked and uses other drivers...
We took a full day group tour from our cruise port which included stops to enjoy amazing scenery, waterfalls, and visits to the Dunrobin Castle, an adorable small town for lunch and shopping and a very interesting visit to the Glenmorangie Distillery. Gavin, who owns Invergordon Tours, gave us a great day of driving around the North coast of Scotland, seeing the sites, visiting castles and tasting scotch.
He was a Gaelic speaker who died in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in 1929.
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This group tour heads straight to Urquhart Castle to beat the cruise crowds so that you can enjoy one of Scotland's most historic castles.