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Get acquainted with the must-see Scottish Highlands―home to Loch Ness, Cairngorms National Park, Stirling Castle, and Glen Coe―on this full-day tour from Edinburgh. It's a great way to see more Highland highlights in less time. Traveling aboard a coach with a guide means you won't have to worry about navigation, and you'll gain deeper insight than you would exploring on your own.
Meet your guide and group in central Edinburgh to board a coach bound for Inverness. Enjoy the fact that you don't have to puzzle over logistics or traffic. Pass the Forth Railway Bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and stop in Pitlochry for a snack (own expense).
Drive through Cairngorns National Park, where you can focus on taking in the views while your guide narrates information about the landscape. At Loch Ness, spend some free time exploring and eat lunch (own expense). Cruises on the loch are available at additional cost.
Move on to Glen Coe, a landscape composed of waterfalls, rivers, ridges, and mountain peaks. Your guide fills you in on the ancient MacDonald clan that resided here before turning back toward Edinburgh. Pass Stirling Castle, pausing for photos of the royal residence, and learn about its history with William Wallace and the Battle of Stirling Bridge.
Return to Edinburgh for drop-off.
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I booked this tour to discover Scotland and I did not know what to expect. We were 3 of us, my sister and my niece. We all enjoyed it very much, as well as my niece, a student. We listened to Sergio, our guide, who...More
We went on the Highlands, Glen Coe, and Loch Ness tour today with the wonderful Sergio and Sirnando. The trip was truly amazing and our guides were fantastic! It’s a full day packed with great stops and opportunities to learn about Scotland’s rich history. Definitely...More
This tour is a LONG DAY on the bus. 95% of the time is spent driving. Stops were pretty short and most were at conscience stores. The tour guide did provide some interesting history along the way, but many people took lengthy naps. If we...More
Booked a day trip to Glencoe, Loch Ness and Highlands online, and we were given the details of our pick-up point which was Café Nero on the Royal Mile. Be there by 7.45am as they leave at 8 am sharp. Our guide for the day...More