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FAQs

The current prices we offer is our limited-time launch offer.

Booking a tour via our website is easy to do: simply select the tour you wish to take, select the number of people and the date directly from the calendar as it appears on the screen. Next, continue with the reservation and follow the instructions in order to make the payments. You will then receive an email confirmation (remember to check your junk folder).

Our meeting point is at the 190 High Street in the Royal Mile, Edinburgh.

Unfortunately, our buses are not wheelchair accessible.

Our tours are given by English speaking tour guides.

It’s not necessary to print your reservation. You can show us your booking confirmation on your mobile phone.

We recommend you bring waterproof clothing and comfortable footwear. Don’t forget to bring along a hat and sun cream on sunny days. Yes, we have sunny days in Scotland!

You may store backpacks or small suitcases on the bus. Please, let us know in advance

LochNessbus.com allows children under 4 years of age to travel on our tours. British law does not require the use of a chair in vans, minibuses or buses, although it does recommend it. From LochNessbus.com, always thinking about the safety and comfort of all our travelers, it will not be able to accept any minor between 0 and 4 years old who does not travel with their corresponding approved chair. This responsibility will fall on the parents together with the correct subjection in the vehicle seat.

LochNessbus.com could provide, always on request (we have a limited number), an approved chair. Regarding the installation of the seat in the vehicle, we will not be able to offer any type of help since the responsibility for this rests with the parents.

In any case, minors may not go under any circumstances in the front seats of the vehicle as established by British regulations.

During the booking process you will be enquired about the age and weight of your children.

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