Discover the best of Scotland in a day with a small company in a personal and friendly environment! Enjoy a different tour where you learn the mysterious tales of the Loch Ness monster and admire the breathtaking scenery of Glencoe and the Highlands! It is now time to take on a magical journey to discover the stories behind the legends of kings, queen and rogues that has inspired our nation.
WHAT WILL YOU DISCOVER?
Admire the William Wallace monument and Stirling Castle.
Enjoy one of the most impressive landscapes in the world.
Meet the famous Scottish hairy cows.
The crucial battles in the history of Scotland.
Learn about the haunted hills and biggest masacres.
The highest mountain in the United Kingdom and it’s incredible stories.
The real facts and legends of the Loch Ness monster.
The dark side in the history of Scottish Whisky.
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12 hours 30 minutes aproximately.
Departure 7:30 am | Arrival 20:00 pm. Departure Point: 310 Lawnmarket. See here.
Bus transportation, the professionalism of your driver and of course a great tour guide to make you live the most incredible stories of Scotland.
Food, drink and attraction fees. Loch Ness Cruise: from £13.5 adults (price includes discount when travelling with us).
How to book
Select the day you would like to travel to check the availability. Once the payment is completed, all the information will be sent to you in the confirmation email.
Scotland’s weather can be very special and unpredictable. We recommend you to bring waterproof clothing and comfortable shoes. And also remember to bring your camera!
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TOUR ITINERARY TO LOCH NESS
Departure from Lawnmarket
Our tour to Loch Ness and the Highlands begins! We will leave from Lawnmarket heading towards Falkirk, a place with incredible histories and where a great battle took place. We will pass Linlithgow Palace and the mysterious Kelpies, and shortly after we will see from the distance the Stirling Castle and the incredible monument to William Wallace. Do you know who was the real braveheart?
Falls of Dochart
Going into the Trossachs National Park, we will make our first stop at the beautiful Falls of Dochart, where we will give you enough time to enjoy the great views and walk around the area. You will also get a chance to get a tea/coffee or a fantastic Scottish breakfast in a local atmospheric bar lit mainly by candlelight and decorated with various antiques including Jacobean swords and Flora.
We will continue our adventure towards the Highlands, where the landscape will begin to change drastically. The southern plains will transform into beautiful lakes, enchanted forests and rugged mountains full of history. Here we will make a short stop shortly before crossing Rannoch Moor, which is known as one of the most inhospitable places on the planet.
Glencoe. The Three Sisters
Further north, we will arrive to Scotland’s most famous valley, Glencoe. Here we will make a stop to enjoy its incredible views. You will be moved by the beauty of its mountains that may make you forget the tragic stories that once happened in this place.
Loch Ness. Fort Augustus
Before passing the small town of Fort William you will hear the stories of Vikings and the first tribes of Scotland that still today remain a mystery. Shortly after we will arrive at Fort Augustus, the gate of Loch Ness and the famous Caledonian Canal. You will hear every story and legend of this magnificent loch and will give you enough time to eat and go hunting for the famous Loch Ness monster on one of the cruises if you are one of the most daring.
Commando Memorial Monument
Leaving the Loch Ness behind, we will make a stop at Commando Memorial, the monument erected to the soldiers of the Second World War. From here, you will also get the chance to see the highest mountain in the United Kingdom, Ben Nevis and to hear its funny and incredible stories.
We will continue our journey through the Highlands towards the mountains of the Cairngorms Natural Park and the beautiful forests of Perthshire. It will be then when we arrive at Pitlochry, a very nice Victorian town where we will make a small stop and where the most daring will have a chance to try the real Scottish whisky.
Return to Edinburgh
At the end of our tour to Loch Ness on our way back to Edinburgh, we will drive through the famous Forth bridges, three bridges that span three centuries. The Forth Railway Bridge is the oldest metal bridge in the world with the category UNESCO Heritage Site.
The staff on this tour where extremely friendly and welcoming. The tour is a perfect illustration to show off the beauty of Scotland, the buses are so warm and comfortable. I would recommend nessiehunter to everyone in a heart beat.
Amazing trip to Loch Ness. The tour guide was great in taking his time to explain all the sights. He was very knowledgeable and you could see he knew the surroundings very well. On the day we felt as if we were part of a small group of friends going out for the day rather than being rushed as you sometimes feel on organised tour groups.