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#12 of 23 Tours in Kirkwall
Garry was excellent to work with in customizing a tour when our cruise had a stop in Orkney.
Garry Donohoe (STGA Green Badge Guide) Tour of Orkney
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#14 of 23 Tours in Kirkwall
John has an amazing level of knowledge of the recent and distant history of Orkney along with a lot of interesting facts about the island and its inhabitants.
John's first class historical knowledge and the novelty and excitement of the trike ride, made our holiday.
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#20 of 23 Tours in Kirkwall
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#1 of 23 Tours in Kirkwall
He firstly took us to St Magnus Cathedral where he helped to locate the burial site of my Great Great Grandparents and my Great Great Great Grandmother and the tribute on her headstone to my GGG Grandfather Thomas...
Kinlay is an excellent guide, able to switch seamlessly from the military history to Ancient History (neolithic and Bronze age), more modern history (the Norse ) and then to his passion, military history and Orkne...
#1 of 1 Tours in Deerness
#1 of 1 Tours in Stenness
We caught all the neolithic sites such as Skara Brae, The Ring of Brognar, and the Maeshow Cairn, but also The Italian Chapel (built by Italian POW's in WWII), St. Magnus Cathedral (12th century), and the natural...
Her personal stories and history of growing up and living in the area and her wealth of knowledge of the history of Neolithic Orkney, made this Scottish tour the most memorable.
#3 of 23 Tours in Kirkwall
Caz Mamwell, PhD, expertly led us through Neolithic, Norse, and more recent Orkneys history on many sites and isles, timing our week to meet ferry schedules yet avoid crowds, sharing stories of Orkneys culture on...
... archaeology and read up on Orkney history before our trip, so I was in seventh heaven visiting all the sites and hearing the latest news from the neolithic from our professional archaeologist guide Dave Lawrence.
#4 of 23 Tours in Kirkwall
David picked us up - right on time - and provided an outstanding tour (Heart of Neolithic Orkney), Italian Chapel, Scapa Flow and Magnus Cathedral in Kirkwall.
... the new wind farms, to the history of the Churchill Barriers and the beautiful Italian Chapel as well as the various Neolithic sites (and very importantly was able to find us good coffee in Kirkwall early in...).
#5 of 23 Tours in Kirkwall
David and Margaret organised an exceptional tour of the 5000 year old UNESCO Neolithic World Heritage sites and war history sites.
He helped plan a personalised itinerary and was excellent at handling changes on the day to optimise our visits to avoid crowds and bad weather.
#6 of 23 Tours in Kirkwall
Lizzie was a superb guide; her love of Orkney shone through and her depth of knowledge meant that we had a highly informative and enjoyable tour of the main Neolithic sites.
Lizzie kept us entertained by chatting about the history, flora and fauna, animals, future of Orkney and even stories of the resident families and family histories.

GoOrkney

Kirkwall
#8 of 23 Tours in Kirkwall
Fascinating trip around Orkney. Gordon is an excellent guide with encyclopedic knowledge of Orkney and I highly recommend him.
We had a terrific "neolithic" trip with Gordon - heaps of interesting information re Orkney old & new...felt we were getting the full "Neil Oliver" treatment at the historic sites , plus great input re so many ele...
#9 of 23 Tours in Kirkwall
Marlene is the best kind of guide, a local with a deep love and understanding of the area, who is willing and able to tailor your Orkney adventure around your interests--be that the best lesser-known sites, the ma...
Marlene made us feel genuinely cared about and her warmth, extensive knowledge, and energetic enthusiasm made our tour and our visit to Orkney something that we will cherish and talk about forever.

Brodgar

Kirkwall
#10 of 23 Tours in Kirkwall
The hike went through a really breathtaking setting and ended at the stunning Rackwick Bay, where we got to enjoy a Viking feast (thanks Mark) and some very entertaining Viking activities (including weaving, danci...
My husband and I were lucky enough to be traveling in the Orkney Islands on our 15th Wedding Anniversary and on a whim I booked 2 spots on the Viking Hiking Full Day Tour hiking along the Rackwick Valley on Hoy.
#15 of 23 Tours in Kirkwall
During the minibus drive from Kirkwall your guide -- who is an archaeologist intimately familiar with the site and Orkney's history - -introduces you to the history and meaning of the place, and the work being don...
Although you can visit the site of the Ness of Brodgar on your own, I highly recommend this small group tour that costs about 15-20 pounds with a guide and transportation from Kirkwall three times per day during J...
#17 of 23 Tours in Kirkwall
#19 of 23 Tours in Kirkwall
History of the island mixed with tales of his childhood, as the tour stopped for shopping at Kirkwall and then Neolithic sites including skarra Brae.
Walking tour of Kirkwall with history, humor and homilies!
#22 of 23 Tours in Kirkwall

Experience Orkney Tours

Orkney Islands, UK 1.9 mi away
#29 of 47 Tours in Orkney Islands
A friend and I arranged a private tour with David of Experience Orkney tours the day our cruise ship was berthed in Kirkwall capital of the Orkney Islands.
Private tour guides are generally very flexible and David Dreher was an absolute gem.