Loch Ness

Private Tour for up to 8 Persons

photo of Pitlochry

Pitlochry

Photo © Ad Meskens

photo of Blair Castle

Blair Castle

Photo © David Monniaux

Photo of Loch Ness

Loch Ness

Photo © Dave Conner

Photo of Ben Nevis

Ben Nevis

Photo of Loch Lubnaig

Loch Lubnaig

Photo of Stirling Castle

Stirling Castle

Photo ©  Finlay McWalter

Photo of Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle

Photo © Macieklew

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1-Day Tour

Loch Ness

  • Price: £595
  • For up to 8 persons

  • We Visit
  • Pitlochry
  • Blair Athol Distillery
  • Inverness
  • Fort Augustus
  • Loch Ness & The Great Glen
  • Fort William
  • Glencoe
  • Stirling Castle

  • What's Included
  • Mercedes Vito Tourer
  • Tour Guide/Driver
  • Binoculars
  • Bottled Water

Tour Map

Tour Schedule

Depart Edinburgh: 08:00

We meet you at your accommodation.

Return Edinburgh: 19:00

Approximate time depending on weather and traffic condition.

Distance : 360 miles

Time: 11 hours

Note: this is essentially a summer, 1-day tour when longer daylight hours make it possible to complete in one day.


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Itinerary

As we leave Edinburgh we take the road north heading to Pitlochry where we stop to see the Blair Athol Distillery.

We continue on towards Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, where we stop for lunch.

As we turn down towards Loch Ness we get numerous opportunities to see the Loch from various vantage points – maybe to catch a glimpse of the something in the water!

The next stop is Fort Augustus and a good place to stop for afternoon tea and watch the boats pass through the canal system.

Carrying on south we arrive at Fort William, and if the weather is clear, view Ben Nevis the highest mountain in the UK.

Glencoe is next and has some of the most stunning scenery in all of Scotland – the reason it has been used in many films.

After Glencoe we start to leave the Highlands and head to Loch Lubnaig. This is a perfect place to stop in late afternoon and enjoy the tranquil surroundings.

Stirling Castle is our final stop for the day and the most strategic location in the course of centuries of battles between Scotland and England, – a must-see place.


Our Reviews

A brilliant way to get to know more about a beautiful and fascinating country. Great people - would recommend highly

Jerry S

May 2019

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