The price covers all transport on their famous yellow bus and legendary local Guide to lead the way. They also reserve all on tour accommodation so a bed is guaranteed.
Haggis knows you’re travelling on a budget so you should spend your cash how you want to. They’ve included a handful of their favourite highlights but with others, you’re free to include them or not.
With entry fees, Haggis keeps extra costs to a minimum – there may be a couple of entry fees into various attractions, but these are usually £5- £10 and are optional. On some of their trips they have chucked in a few freebies that they feel you absolutely must see.
Haggis Adventures don't include meals but food can be as cheap or as expensive as you want it to be. Most of the hostels have self-catering kitchens and some offer excellent meals for £7 - £10. There's also plenty of opportunity to eat at local pubs, cafes and restaurants.