Loch Ness Tour
We think that to properly experience the rich history of Inverness-shire and the mysterious Loch Ness requires at least two days.
Duration: 2 days
We begin at the the 15th century Stirling Castle, home to Scottish Kings since Alexander 1 and the regimental museum of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders…northwards into the Highlands with refreshments at Kilmahog near Callander…through Rob Roy MacGregor country to the Pass of Glencoe Visitor Centre to hear about the infamous massacre of the Clan MacDonald in 1746…lunch at Fort William…then Fort Augustus and the west side of the legendary Loch Ness to Urquhart Castle, which played a crucial role in the wars os Scottish Independence. Complete the day with a cruise on the Royal Scot and see if you can glimpse “Nessie” – we haven’t yet but we like to keep trying!
On to Inverness, the “capital” of the Highlands…the 400-year-old stone circles at Clava Cairns and the battlefield of Culloden where the brave Jacobites were defeated by government soldiers in 1746. South through the Cairngorms, past Aviemore and over the Drumochter Pass to the Victorian town of Pitlochry where you can enjoy a light supper or maybe enjoy a dram with a visit to Scotland’s smallest working distillery, Edradour.
Tour price does not include entrance fees or accommodation.
Please contact us today to discuss your requirements.