Introducing our 2 Day Loch Ness Tour

Our new 2-Day Tour Loch Ness promises an enchanting journey through landscapes defying imagination and history that echoes through the ages.

Whether you’re an avid history buff, a nature enthusiast, or simply seeking an escape, our two-day adventure is designed to captivate your senses and leave you with memories to cherish. Let the Highlands cast their spell on you as we embark on this unforgettable expedition.

Day 1: Highland Exploration

Departing from Edinburgh, our adventure begins with a visit to the magnificent Kelpies, towering equine sculptures that symbolise the spirit of Scotland. Take a moment to snap some photos and absorb the grandeur before we proceed to the iconic Stirling Castle, where history comes to life. Pause briefly for a photo opportunity, capturing the historic grandeur of this iconic fortress, proudly perched on its rocky throne.

Our journey continues to the enchanting town of Callander, where cobbled streets and charming shops invite you to wander and soak in the local atmosphere. Brace yourself for breathtaking scenery as we travel through Glenogle and Glen Coe, two valleys that showcase Scotland’s rugged beauty. The journey continues through the Great Glen, leading us to the picturesque village of Fort Augustus. Revel in the history of Urquhart Castle, perched on the shores of the mystical Loch Ness. Capture panoramic views and perhaps catch a glimpse of the legendary Nessie. As the day concludes, find comfort in the welcoming city of Inverness, for an overnight stay.

Day 2: Historic Sites and Scenic Beauty

Day two unveils a tapestry of historic sites and scenic beauty, commencing with a visit to the Culloden Battlefield, where echoes of the past resonate in this historically significant location. Explore the mysteries of Clava Cairns, an ancient burial site surrounded by an aura of mysticism.

The vibrant town of Aviemore welcomes you next, offering a delightful blend of modern amenities and traditional charm. Catch a glimpse of the renowned Dalwhinnie Distillery, known for its Scotch whisky production. As we meander through Dunkeld, historic sites await your exploration, complemented by the wonders of The Hermitage, a natural marvel boasting waterfalls and ancient trees. Before bidding farewell to the Highlands, make a brief stop to pass by the iconic Forth Rail Bridge, ensuring those last memorable photos to encapsulate the essence of your Highland adventure.

Don’t miss your chance to join us for an extraordinary experience, leaving you with memories and breathtaking snapshots. Book your journey today and let the Highlands cast their spell on you!

*Tour available from Glasgow too. Start with Loch Lomond, explore Glen Coe on the outward journey, visit The Hermitage before returning to Glasgow on the return journey.

**Adjustments can be made based on preferences and time constraints.

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