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Loch Lomond, Stirling, and Glengoyne Distillery Tour from Edinburgh

  • Sweeping landscape views and photo opportunities in the Scottish Highlands
  • Optional activities: Loch Lomond cruise, whisky tasting, Stirling Castle tour
  • Live on-board commentary: learn more about the history of the Highlands
Loch Lomond, Stirling, and Glengoyne Distillery Tour from Edinburgh
From US$47.30
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Loch Lomond, Stirling, and Glengoyne Distillery Tour from Edinburgh
From US$47.30
The glittering lakes, windswept glens, and rugged mountains of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park lie about a two-hours’ drive northwest of Edinburgh. On this tour, take the scenic route and enjoy optional extras such as a visit to Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument, a cruise around Lake Lomond, or a tour and tasting at Glengoyne Distillery.
What to Expect
After pickup from central Edinburgh, set out for Stirling, traveling for about an hour in air-conditioned minivan. On arrival, explore the historic town, where highlights include the Wallace Monument—dedicated to the real-life Braveheart, William Wallace—and the royal fortress of Stirling Castle, which you have time to visit if you wish (entrance fees not included).

Continue along the dramatic Duke’s Pass into Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, and stop to take photos of Loch Lomond, Scotland’s largest lake. After admiring the national park, make a final stop at the Glengoyne whisky distillery where you can tour the distillery and sample some whisky (own expense).

Your tour ends with drop-off in central Edinburgh.
Reviews (75)
1 - 5 of 55 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Too much money for fiction

the castle of stirling is badly reconstructed inside it. There are no original objects and furnishings but only panels that reconstruct the Scottish royal dynasty. a well done documentary is much more satisfying. Lake Lomond is a striking place while the Glengoyne distillery is artificially...More

2  Thank alessiob383
ExperienceTeam, Guest Relations Manager at Highland Experience Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Hi there, I'm sorry to hear that you did not enjoy your day on tour with us. The current buildings at Stirling Castle date back to the early 1500's so, as with any old building, it has had some work done to protect it and...More

Reviewed November 30, 2018 via mobile
Fantastic day tour with a fabulous guide!

If you want a quick tour of some great little spots (a castle, Trossachs, and a nice glass of whiskey to finish it off) this is definitely the tour to take. I had taken the Highland Experiences of Loch Ness, Glen Coe, and the Highlands...More

Thank Alexis P
Reviewed November 4, 2018 via mobile
A Fun and Informative trip

First of all you Have to visit Stirling Castle. It is Beautiful and there are costumed people in the royal quarters that will interact with you. Second it is so nice to sit back and let Sergio drive you. He’s the best! Not only is...More

2  Thank Jet679242
Reviewed October 9, 2018
A wonderful day tour.

We were picked up on the Royal Mile by Nero’s cafe. $40/person but you still pay the castle fee and dusteillery tour fee. Small bus no bathroom on board. 32 seats. Comfortable,. Needs no glare windows. Driver was Scottish, affable and knowledgeable. Music played after...More

Date of experience: November 2017
Thank hikesedonachick
Reviewed October 3, 2018

SerGio (SIR GIO) has made our highland experience unique and unforgettable! Looking forward to another trip next time. I suggest it without any second thoughts.

Date of experience: September 2018
2  Thank VaEfstr
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Siara L
November 19, 2018|
Response from 252taniae | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, I didn't see your question before. Around 6:00PM you get back.
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