We greatly enjoyed our private Outlander tour with our guide, Michael. We (four adults) had some interest in seeing Outlander sites, but primarily in the people and places important to the Rebellion culminating in 1746, and in the Clava Cairns.
Michael was an ideal guide. He tailored the tour to our interests, skipping a couple of small sites in Inverness we'd already toured, and suggesting an itinerary that fit our available time and interest. We spend a lot of time at Culloden, which was well worth it, and Michael scheduled other visits around that.
Michael was a great storyteller, with topics ranging from the Pictish peoples to Prince Charlie's travels, both at the head of an army and on the run from the victorious English army, to local flora, and his father and brother's favorite whiskys. One of the best practices a guide can offer is the willingness to answer a question with "I don't know." We asked a LOT of questions and Michael made clear the few times he was conjecturing, which gave us confidence in the accuracy of all we learned.
In all, we visited Culloden (a great museum that prepared us well to view the battlefield), Clava Cairns, Leod Castle, and the ruins of the Beauly Priory.
And, finally, we met Jamie Frasier; we'll let Michael tell you that tale.
In all, we could not have enjoyed ourselves more on our full-day adventure.