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Home to an underwater monster, mighty mountains and a throng of larger-than-life, straight-talking locals, the legendary Scottish Highland’s commands attention. As John Muir once said, “The mountains are calling, and I must go”, nowhere is the draw of the landscape felt so strongly than in the beautiful Scottish Highlands. Castles, craggy peaks, beach hideaways and lochs dot every turn of the windy roads here. The region’s stark, unending beauty and rich history takes travellers on a journey they’ll never want end. A word to the wise; keep your camera handy, a trip to this epic highland region will have you constantly snapping away.

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  • Our tips for Scottish Highlands

    Our tips for Scottish Highlands
    • Take your time. There’s plenty to see and do in the Scottish Highlands. Ideally, Scottish Highlands trips should be a few days long, allowing you to do the historic and beautiful landscape justice.
    • Have a history lesson. On your Scottish Highlands tours uncover the region’s turbulent past at the site of the Glencoe Massacre or at the Glenfinnan Monument - a tribute to the Jacobite uprisings. Plus, find time on your Scottish Highlands day tours to visit the Highland Archive Centre to research your Scottish roots.
    • Take five on-set. Netflix addicts will rejoice in visiting the real-life locations that inspired the wonderful book series turned hit TV show, Outlander, in Aberdeen on their Scottish Highlands trips. While many Scottish Highlands tours are ideal for James Bond fans, with visits to Glen Coe bringing to life the scenes from the Skyfall film.
  • Good to know

    Good to know
    Best Time To Visit Prone to horizontal rain and blistering cold winds bound to make your eyes water, the Scottish Highlands are best experienced in the milder summer months. Long evenings drape the mountains in balmy sunlight, lending a particular magic to the summer nights here. For cheaper Scottish Highlands trips though, head to the Highlands in September, just before the deep chill of winter fully kicks in.
    Getting There With winding roads, epic mountains and sprawling forest terrains, the only way to experience this region in all its glory is by car or bus. Most road-trippers begin their Scottish Highlands day tours from Edinburgh.
    Money Saving Tips All-inclusive group bus tours are plentiful and affordable in the Scottish Highlands. Solo travellers should head to the highlands in late Autumn for cheaper accommodation deals.
    Did you know? Impress your fellow travellers with these interesting titbits about the Scottish Highlands…
    • Inspired by Scotland’s never-ending downpours, Glaswegian Charles Macintosh invented the raincoat in 1824. In a nod to its founder, raincoats are still colloquially known as ”macs” today.
    • The deepest Loch in Scotland is not Loch Ness. Loch Morar is 1077-feet deep and is ranked the seventeenth deepest lake in the world.
    • The Loch Ness is said to house a monster. ‘Nessie’ was supposedly first spotted in 565AD by St Columba, with countless sightings of the monster reported since. The Loch Ness Monster hysteria reached its peak in the early 19th century, with 20 men once paid £2 a day as ‘Monster Watchers’. Although scientists have found that there is a lack of evidence to prove she really exists, many today still believe Nessie survives in the Loch Ness.

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