These bitterly cold waters are best experienced (yep, you guessed it!) outside of the bitterly cold winter. Although every season in the Highlands has its charms, Loch Ness tours between the months of May and September are ideal.
The closest train station to Loch Ness is about 13 miles north in the town of Inverness, with plenty of buses heading to and from the station regularly. However, we advise you to book tours that include roundtrip transfers from the city as it ensures a more convenient and hassle-free experience.
It takes around 3.5 hours to reach Loch Ness by road from Edinburgh, but this can differ based on the chosen route and any potential stops during the trip.
On a Loch Ness tour from Edinburgh, the main attractions include a trip to the renowned Loch Ness, where visitors can enjoy a boat ride or explore the Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition. Other notable stops include the historic city of Inverness, the Culloden Battlefield, and the delightful village of Fort Augustus.
Although there is no assurance of spotting the Loch Ness Monster, numerous tourists have reported seeing unusual things in the water. Nevertheless, the primary focus of the tour is to admire the area's natural beauty and rich history, rather than actively seeking the monster.
A number of package deals include round-trip transfers and throw-in visits to a heap of other Scottish Highlands attractions too. For those looking for cheap Loch Ness tours from Edinburgh, be sure to book in advance to get extra bang for your buck.
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