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From Edinburgh: Loch Ness and Scottish Highlands Day Tour

1. From Edinburgh: Loch Ness and Scottish Highlands Day Tour

Start your full-day tour of the Scottish Highlands by passing Linlithgow Palace—the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots—and arriving at the National Wallace Monument. Here, your guide will reveal the story of Scottish hero William Wallace, whose victory against the English was adapted for Braveheart. Take a glimpse of Doune Castle, a medieval stronghold that fans of Monty Python, Game of Thrones, and Outlander will recognize. After a morning coffee stop in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, the tour continues to either the Highland gateway village of Callander or Loch Lubnaig.  Marvel at the fantastic views from Loch Tulla then travel across the wilderness of Rannoch Moor to Glen Coe. This magical setting may look familiar, as it was a set location in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. A lunch stop is next up on the itinerary before heading to Loch Ness for some monster spotting. A boat trip on the lake is available as a tour option. Enjoy views of Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Britain, and return to Edinburgh via the Grampian Mountains and Highland Perthshire.

Scotland: 2-Days, 1-Night Fort William & Inverness Get Away

2. Scotland: 2-Days, 1-Night Fort William & Inverness Get Away

FIRST DAY - Departing from our meeting point, the first stop will be at the William Wallace Monument from where his famous battle will be explained without leaving any detail out. - After this, a break for coffee while admiring the beauty of the Falls of Dochart. - On the way to Fort William for lunch, enjoy the amazing Rannoch Moor and the most famous valley in Scotland: GlenCoe. - Next stop, Fort Augustus. Take a picture of sign of the most famous lake in the world and discover the Caledonian Canal. - On to Urquhart Castle, known as the humble abode of Nessie. - Inverness will be the last stop of the day. SECOND DAY - After a good night of rest and an energetic Scottish breakfast, the next stop will be Blair Athol distillery: the guide will explain everything about whisky. - Following the distillery, the next bit will be an encounter with the Scottish nature: a small walk along River Braan in The Hermitage Forest to finally discover some falls. - Lunch today will be in Dunkeld, a historic town which was the capital of Scotland in IX century. - After this, the next stop will be St Andrews, the most famous town in Scotland for its history, culture and golf. - Before arriving in Edinburgh, a short stopped will be made to admire the Forth Bridge, built in 1890.

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What people are saying about Loch Lubnaig

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 475 reviews

Great and balanced way to see most important views across the Highlands. Not much time to explore aside from Fort Augustus, but the schedule is pretty well managed. Lots of stops to breathe the crisp highland air and sufficient photo opportunities. Good base to decide future, most detailed routes. Alan was a great guide, always ready to supply information and stories, lots of history and tales of everyday in Scotland for everyone. We were fortunate enough to see most of the nature (no fog), but also experience snow and spot some red deer bunches in the second part of our journey. Great way to spend a day in Scotland. I would certainly use the company for a longer trip given the chance.

It is really a best of Highlands 1 day tour. Lots of things to see in 12 hours. Kevin was a great and very knowledgeable guide. Fun atmosphere, comfy bus, lots of photo opportunities and one of the most beautiful place of the world. Make sure to take the Loch Ness boat for a little Nessie “hunting”.

The tour was fantastic. I really enjoyed it. We got so many information about history, Edinburgh and it's surroundings, Glencoe, Loch Ness etc. It's been very entertaining and informative.

Loved this day out, great things to see and our guide was so amazing, would definitely recommend!

Amazing trip with an amazing guide! Keith was very funny, informative and yes, he can singing!