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Loch Ness, Glencoe and the Highlands Small-Group Day Trip from Edinburgh

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Highlights
  • Take a hassle-free day trip to Loch Ness and the Scottish Highlands
  • Let a guide bring the history of historic landmarks to life 
  • Travel comfortably in a luxury Mercedes minivan 
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Loch Ness, Glencoe and the Highlands Small-Group Day Trip from Edinburgh
From US$62.10
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Loch Ness, Glencoe and the Highlands Small-Group Day Trip from Edinburgh
From US$62.10
Overview
Opt for a personalized experience of the Scottish Highlands on a small-group day trip from Edinburgh, limited to 15 people. Ideal for visitors with limited time, this guided tour transports you to Loch Ness and other Highland highlights with ease and efficiency. Stop at Glencoe, Cairngorms National Park, and Fort Augustus along the way, and upgrade to include a cruise on the legendary Loch Ness. Plus, traveling in a luxury Mercedes minivan means you can feel comfortable throughout the journey to and from Edinburgh.
What to Expect

Your tour begins with pickup from a central Edinburgh location. Board an air-conditioned Mercedes minivan destined for the Scottish Highlands. On the way to Loch Ness, pass landmarks such as the Wallace Monument, Stirling Castle, and Linlithgow Palace.

Stop at Glencoe to learn about the history of the Clan Macdonald massacre from 1692 before you journey onward through the town of Fort William. On arrival at Fort Augustus, disembark to wander around Loch Ness, or take a sightseeing cruise depending on the option chosen at checkout.

Following a break for lunch (own expense), travel through Cairngorms National Park for panoramic views of Loch Laggan. Stop to explore the Victorian town of Pitlochry before returning to your original departure point in Edinburgh.

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Reviewed today
Couldn't have asked for better

Great day in the Highlands. Our driver Dougie was brilliant, passionate and ,made the tour so interesting. Lots of driving but if one is tight on time this is an excellent way to visit the Highlands. Highly recommended.

Thank Maurizio P
Reviewed yesterday
Great day trip for the Highlands and Loch Ness

This tour group was recommended to us by a couple of people, which is why we chose it over other companies. It's a small-group tour which actually made it easier to chat with the tour guide and move along from site to site fairly quickly....More

1  Thank Kacey M
Reviewed 2 days ago
June 2018 Tour

Only 4 days in Edinburgh and wanted to see some of the countryside. This tour is a great way to see it but be prepared it's a 12 hour day (8 to 8) and a good portion is on the bus. Our driver/guide Audrey was...More

Thank mcmoscato
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Amazing scenery didn't see the lushness monster though

Our guide Iain was great passionate knowledgable and entertaining. His knowledge was unbelievable and thorough on all associated topics. Very professionally done.

Thank Evvy B
Reviewed 5 days ago
Patient, knowledgeable tour guide on a stunning day trip through the Highlands

Our tour guide Nick was incredibly patient in dealing with some rather rude fellow travelers. He was extremely knowledgeable (yet still managed to be personable and funny) and made the 12-hour day trip a delight and a pleasure; he clearly knew his Scottish history and...More

Thank Elleteabee
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Modou M
18 June 2018|
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Response from Johnny R | Reviewed this property |
As far as I am aware, Gambian nationals require a standard UK visitor visa unless they have family who are UK citizens. You can apply for a tourist visa on gov.uk.
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15 June 2018|
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Response from Kerry G | Reviewed this property |
I think any kid under 12 would have a tough time sitting. It's nearly a 12-hour day, with lots of driving, even though there are frequent stops. In case it's relevant even to older kids, there's no wifi in the van, and very... More
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Pam R
8 June 2018|
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Response from Albruschetta | Reviewed this property |
12 hours
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