Loch Ness, Glencoe & The Highlands of Scotland
Take the ultimate Scotland tour and see for yourself if the Loch Ness Monster is lurking under the water
- Travel through Glen Coe
- Walk along the banks of Loch Ness, or take an optional cruise
- Stop near Fort William for lunch on your own
- Enjoy spectacular views
- See the Forth Road and rail bridges
From Edinburgh, this tour heads towards Stirling, catching views of the castle and The Wallace Monument. We will continue towards Callander where we will have our morning coffee stop and the chance to meet “Hamish”, the Hairy Coo. Our journey continues northwards into the Highlands over Rannoch Moor until we come to the dark brooding Pass of Glencoe where we will stop for a photo opportunity, and hear the haunting story of the famous massacre of 1692.
After crossing Loch Leven at Ballachulish, we stop for lunch in the Fort William area before following the course of the Caledonian Canal up the Great Glen to Fort Augustus on Loch Ness. Here we will cruise on the loch for an hour or so, or enjoy the tranquil little village on the banks of Loch Ness. Please note, this part of the tour may be subject to change due to weather conditions in the winter months. After our stop at Fort Augustus and Loch Ness, the tour will begin its return journey south. You will pass by Loch Laggan, the set for the internationally recognised 'Monarch of the Glen', before making a stop in picturesque Pitlochry, a delightful Victorian resort town. Journeying past Perth and through the Kingdom of Fife, we will cross the Forth Road Bridge alongside the magnificent Forth Railway Bridge before arriving back in Edinburgh with a million memories. Suitable relaxing music will be played during your comfortable drive home to Edinburgh for city centre drop-offs.
- Hotel Pick Up
- Guided Tour with a Fully Trained and Experienced Driver/Guide
- Entrance Fees
This experience cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.
You will receive your tickets via email instantly. You need to print the same. We know it sucks but we are trying to get this changed soon.
- Children under 5 years old are not permitted to travel on these tours.