Awesome scenery. Martin was an awesome tour guide. Had great storytelling skills and a very pleasant and jolly personality. Very much recommended
Edinburgh is a long way from Loch Ness, Scotland’s most famous lake—even Glen Coe is an almost 3-hour drive. Let your driver/guide do all the hard work, as you relax on your private coach and view many of the Highlands’ key attractions. You’ll see Glen Coe, Loch Ness, Kilmahog, Rannoch Moor, Pitlochry, Loch Laggan, and the Forth Rail Bridge on a tour that’s tailor-made for anyone with limited time.
Your private coach will collect you from your central Edinburgh hotel and head straight for the north of Scotland. Break the journey at the pretty Highland hamlet of Kilmahog, where you’ll see long-haired Highland cattle. From here, head over rugged Rannoch Moor to Glen Coe, the beautiful valley where soldiers slaughtered the MacDonald clan in 1692.
On arrival at Loch Ness, choose whether to soak up the atmosphere in the village of Fort Augustus, explore the shores, or join an optional boat cruise—fans of the Loch Ness Monster will love the boat with sonar imaging.
From here, journey back to Edinburgh, savoring the scenery of Loch Laggan and stopping in the charming Victorian town of Pitlochry. Cross the Forth Road Bridge, with views of the rail bridge, to Edinburgh, where your coach drops you at a convenient central location.
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Today my grandma and I went on the Loch Ness and highland tour. At 7.55 am we were picked up just across our hotel to start our day. The tourguide (‘boring’ Brian, hahaha!!) was very friendly from the beginning. He told us a lot throughout...More
We had been very dubious as to whether we would enjoy a coach tour and in fact we were right to be dubious, it was far too long on the coach. The scenery was absolutely beautiful but you had hardly had any time to enjoy...More
We had not realised it would take soooo looong sitting in the bus. The atmosphere in the bus was negatively affected by some English ladies who could not stop vaping the whole trip, making the others in the bus feel like they ended up in...More