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Scotland in October, which tour?

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I dislike tours, but as I don't want to hire a car and drive around Scotland I'm looking at two possible Rabbies tours for October, 2016. These are the tours:-

https://www.rabbies.com/en/tour-scotland/scotch-whisky-tours-scotland/speyside-whisky-trail-3-day-tour

https://www.rabbies.com/en/tour-scotland/2-4-day-tours-scotland-from-edinburgh/islay-the-whisky-coast-4-day-tour

Which is the better option in terms of sights that the tour visits other than the distilleries themselves? I'd like to sample whisky as well as see some sights in Scotland.

How are Rabbies Tours? I notice there are many hidden costs, but are they a good company overall?

Is October a bad time to visit Scotland? I have only been to Edinburgh, but in the summer months.

Any suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks.

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