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Loch Ness and the Highland Experience

By Lothian Motorcoaches
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Highlights

  • Live Guide to give you an unforgettable experience

  • Luxury coaches with WIFI and USB charging points

  • Time to explore Highland towns of Callendar and Pitlochry

  • Search for the Loch Ness Monster

  • Breathtaking views of Glencoe

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About this activity

What's included, what's not

  • What's included

    Proffessional Live Guide

  • What's included

    Free Wifi

  • What's included

    USB charging points

  • What's included

    Time to explore each at each stop

  • What's excluded

    Admission Fees (Cruise Loch Ness)

  • What's excluded

    Lunch and Snacks

Know Before You Book

  • Age Restrictions (Minumum age 5)

  • At least 6 people required for this tour to take place

What you can expect

Departing from Charlotte Square, Edinburgh at 7.45AM, we head directly for one of Scotlands National Parks; the Cairngorms. We stop off at the beautiful town of Pitlochry, reputed as Queen Victorias favourite Highland town. Here you will be able to grab some breakfast and explore this gem of a town.

Afterwards we head for Fort Augustus in time for lunch by the impressive Caledonian Canal and where we will be able to look out over the most famous stretch of water in Scotland - Loch Ness. Then it is onto one of Cruise Loch Ness' very modern boats. With a dedicated sonar system, you can search for the legendary monster yourself with help of a live guide.

Next we head southward passing Fort William and then through the remains of the ancient super volcano that is Glencoe. The scenery has been described as 'breath taking' but dont worry we will stop for plenty of photos so you can cherish the memory forever.

From here we travel over the Rannoch Moor through the Highlands towards Callendar, another Highland town belonging to Scotlands second National Park; The Trossachs. Stopping here, you will have time to grab some refreshments and a wander through the pretty town.

Making our way towards Edinburgh, we pass some of Scotland's most historical sites, including Stirling Castle and The National Wallace Monument before arriving back to Charlotte Square for 8.15pm.

Location

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Activity Location

  • Loch Ness Scotland

Meeting/Redemption Point

  • Charlotte Square
  • 17 Charlotte Square
  • Edinburgh Scotland EH2 4DJ
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