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Scottish Highlands, Glencoe, and Loch Ness Tour from Glasgow

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  • Tick off all of the Scottish Highlands' highlights on a day trip from Glasgow
  • Eliminate the stress of organizing transport and activities independently 
  • Enjoy ample free time at each stop to personalize a sightseeing itinerary 
Loch Ness, Glencoe, and the Highlands Small Group Day Trip from Glasgow
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Loch Ness, Glencoe, and the Highlands Small Group Day Trip from Glasgow
Take advantage of Glasgow’s close proximity to the Scottish Highlands on a hassle-free day trip to Loch Ness and the Cairngorms National Park. Ideal for history buffs and nature lovers, this guided tour transports you to historic battle sites and ancient castles, as well as reveals gorgeous natural landscapes. Plus, ample free time for optional tours and boat cruises allows you to tailor your itinerary according to personal preference.
What to Expect

This guided tour begins in central Glasgow. Board a coach destined for the Scottish Highlands, a land steeped in legend and beauty. Observe the banks of Loch Lomond, one of Scotland’s largest lochs, on the way to your first stop in Glencoe.

In Glencoe, take a scenic stroll and learn about the brutal massacre that occurred there in 1692. Continue your journey to Loch Ness via the Great Glen and Fort William.

On arrival at Loch Ness, enjoy free time to either wander the banks or take a cruise (own expense). After sufficient admiration, travel through Cairngorms National Parks and spend more leisure time in Pitlochry, a pretty Victorian town.

During the return journey to Glasgow, stop for photos of Stirling Castle and learn about the endeavors of William Wallace, whom the film Braveheart was based on.

Your tour concludes with drop-off at your original departure point in Glasgow.

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Reviewed 3 days ago
A pity we could not navigate the loch ness

On August 30th, we did the highlands tour, we were 5 friends, when we arrived at the lake, we went to buy the boat tickets, and they were sold out. In the ticket office we were told that the guide should have called to book,...More

1  Thank volmos
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Long Day in a Bus

My daughter had recommended this tour from her experience in Scotland. I had enjoyed similar guided tours last year in Ireland. This one fell a little short. It is a lot of territory to cover. Twelve hours belted into a bus seat was a long...More

1  Thank dadzone
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Beautiful Scottish Highlands

I recently took the Scottish Highlands, Glencoe, and Lock Ness Tour. Our guide, Alan, did a great job at keeping us entertained and presenting information. I really enjoyed the music played and the awesome scenery! My only complaint was that we did not get to...More

Thank ORLTraveller
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great Day!

Graham gave us such a great day with just the right mix of history, music, information and quiet time to keep us entertained on the 341 mile journey. Music was all Scottish themed and had us all interested-even our teenaged daughter! Stops to see the...More

Thank Janine P
Reviewed 1 week ago
Elation , Great fun

Best way to see Loch Ness, guide was so much fun. Got to see all of the sites in the best way. Small groups great for families

Thank Majella D
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10 September 2018|
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Response from annelid99 | Reviewed this property |
Ditto re George Square. We were about 15 mins walk away and as the previous says, Glasgow is a very walkable city. Great trip btw!
Kristina C
6 September 2018|
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Response from Cathystravels | Reviewed this property |
we did stop at the Wallace monument and Sterling Castle, but did arrive very late in the day to the Castle so just made the car park as the castle doors were closed.
12 August 2018|
Response from Cathystravels | Reviewed this property |
I imagine you could tee this up with the Tour operator we got to the Castle around 1700-1730