DURATION: 12 HOURS
Loch Ness, the most famous lake in Scotland, stretches from Fort Augustus all the way to the city of Inverness. It is the scenery of a legend that attracts the curious visitors from all over the world. Enjoy a magical one-hour tour of Nessie's home and be amazed by the landscape of The Highlands. You can see the ruins of Urquhart Castle from both the exterior and interior decks of the cruise boat. A unique trip full of history and mystery. DURING THE BOXING DAY - 26TH OF DECEMBER THE CRUISE ON LOCH NESS WON'T BE AVAILABLE.
just for £13.50, book on the day of tour!
Amazing tour with unbelievable price
I though at the beginning the tour couldn't be great because the low price but I am glad to say that everything was much much better than I could expected. A brand new bus, great tour leader (Louis is the best) with an amazing knowledge of Scottish History and culture and stops perfectly located for a long day in the higlands.
The only problem a bit of rain but it was not a problem to enjoy an unforgettable day.
James Stirl (@jamstir1976)
Is the Loch Ness monster real? Many locals claim to have seen a living being similar to a plesiosaur splashing through the waters of the loch. The truth is that the existence of the affectionately nicknamed "Nessie" has not yet been proven. So, you are still in time to be the first to get a good picture of Scotland’s most notorious inhabitant.
Get ready for a trip through the most important and privileged points of Scottish geography. You'll see Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the United Kingdom from the Commando Memorial viewpoint. You'll be dazzled by the Glencoe Valley and its "Three Sisters", where movies like Harry Potter and James Bond take place. You will also have the chance to walk around Pitlochry, a small town full of Victorian homes.
Fort Augustus will welcome you by offering a panoramic view of Loch Ness from its viewpoint which is one of the most visited and photographed landscape. Later, you will visit the Caledonian Canal, a true masterpiece of engineering that connects the east coast at Inverness with the west coast near Fort William.