Loch Ness is located in the north of Scotland between the city of Inverness and the town of Augustus Castle. 23 miles of Loch Ness is Scotland’s most famous lake. One of the creatures of the world: the Loch Ness Monster, or as it is known, the Loch Ness Monster. For many people who grew up in Scotland, the image of the Loch Ness Monster is synonymous with Highland mystery and tradition. While locals and visitors alike know more about Loch Ness, they will find themselves wishing they could get a glimpse of this fantastic sea creature’s Scenery.
A Loch Ness tour offers the opportunity to drive through the dramatic landscape of the Scottish Highlands. Here visitors can learn about the history of the north, passing landmarks and battlefields north of the central belt, being visited by Glen Coe) surrounded by mountains and marvel at Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest peak. Loch Ness is just a short drive north from Edinburgh; no matter which way guests choose to travel, they should expect a long, but rewarding drive. Beautiful trip.
Loch Ness, Glencoe and the Highlands small group day trip from Edinburgh.
From: €48 per person
Take this tour to get the best of the Highlands. Travel from Edinburgh to Loch Ness, passing Stirling Castle, Wallace Monument Wallace Monument and Linlithgow Palace and other historic landmarks, to Glen Coe and Fort Augustus. The breathtaking views. Upon arrival at Loch Ness, guests have the option of taking an hour-long boat tour of Loch Ness. The tour will then proceed to the Cairngorms National Park and enjoy the towering mountains and Loch Laggan. The tour will stop in the Victorian town of Pitlochry before returning to Edinburgh. Groups of up to 16 people will be led by a local guide.
Full day tour of Lochness, Higeland and Wieskee.
From €54 per person.
This full-day tour will take in stunning scenery, the infamous lakes and a bit of whisky along the way. The first stop from Edinburgh is the Deansdown Distillery, where guests can enjoy breakfast or a tour of the distillery – note that this does not include the Tour Price In. Via Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, then on to Fort William and the amazing Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest peak! Mountains. Stop at the village of Augustus Castle, where there is an option to take a boat tour along Loch Ness. Guests will explore the natural vegetation and waterfalls of the Cairngorm National Park, arriving at Pitlochry before returning to Edinburgh.
Two-day trip to Higeland and Lochness
From €140 per person
This itinerary has two days to fully immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the Highlands. From Edinburgh, head west through Glasgow to Loch Lomond and the sandy beaches of Lewes, and catch a glimpse of Ben Lomond’s towering peaks reflected in the Lake. Drive north through Glen Coe to Fort William. Ben Nevis is located near this town. You will spend your afternoons and evenings here. The next day is spent exploring Loch Ness, where guests can choose between a cruise on the loch and a visit to Urquhart Castle, both of which are not included! in the price of the tour. Next stop is a local whisky distillery where guests are invited to learn how to make the perfect spirit, taste casks and purchase their own. A final stop in Perth and Kinross, returning to Edinburgh in the evening.