• Scalloway Castle, Scalloway
  • Mousa Broch, Mousa (South Mainland)
  • Otter
  • Inside Mousa
  • Puffin
  • Clickimin Broch, Lerwick
  • Quendale Mill, Quendale (South Mainland)
  • Door Holm
  • Grey Seal Pup
  • Jarlshof, South Mainland
  • Mousa Ferry Docking At Mousa
Shetland Tours

Shetland has many areas of interest, why not ask us to organise your next tour of the wonderful Shetland Isles.


We can provide taxi tours tailored to suit your exact requirements, giving you a unique experience of our beautiful Islands. A taxi tour with Sinclair's taxis will ensure you see not only the scenery and history seen on a coach tour, but also areas which may be inaccessible to larger vehicles.

We can vary tours to suit the length of your stay in the Islands. A wide range of Shetland nature and wildlife can also be seen on any of our tours including Shetland Ponies, puffins and a wide range of seabirds, seals, otters and wildflowers.

A tour of the South Mainland of Shetland would need a minimum of two and a half hours. This tour incorporates beautiful scenery on route to Sumburgh Head Lighthouse where in the summer you will see colonies of Shetland's regular breeding birds, including the Puffins. The largest tombolo in the United Kingdom is also seen on this tour, connecting St Ninian's Isle to the Shetland Mainland. Other sites of interest can include, The Crofthouse Museum, Old Scatness, Jarlshof, Mousa Broch and Quendale Mill.

A tour of the North Mainland would need a minimum of three hours. This tour would include views of Mavis Grind, where you drive over the meeting point between the North Sea and Atlantic Ocean. You would visit Hillswick and continue on to see the spetacular cliff scenery at Eshaness.

A shorter tour option, which would require a minimum of one hour, would be to Scalloway; the old capital of Shetland which is now a busy fishing port. Here you will find a wealth of history in Scalloway Castle, which dates back to 1599. You will also find the new Scalloway Museum, which hosts memorabilia from all periods of local history, including the famous story of the World War II; the Shetland Bus.

Tours are charged at an hourly rate, rather than day rates. There are no charges if the weather conditions on the day limit your original tour plans. No charges are made for cancellations and no deposits will be taken before your arrival.

News and Events
27 JAN

Shetland's Up Helly Aa celebrates grand old Viking centuries in traditional style. See the World's greatest fire festival on Tuesday 27th January 2015. One NOT to miss.


The 35th Event will take place from the 30th April - 3rd of May 2015. Locals acts and visiting artists make this event a huge success, and another event which shouldn't be missed. Best to book early.

02 AUG

Fiddle Frenzy will take place from 2nd to 9th August 2015. This Cultural Festival is not just for fiddle players and aficionados of fiddle music.

26 SEP

Shetland Wool Week will take place from 26th September to 4th October 2015. It's a world renowned celebration of Britain’s most northerly native sheep, the Shetland textile

08 OCT

The 28th Shetland Fiddle & Accordian Festival will take place from 8th to 12th October 2015.