15 Sep - 08 Apr: Saturday
09 Apr - 14 Sep: Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
2 days, 1 nightStart time
266 George Street - Parish Halls Building, (Between North Frederick St and John St), G1 1QX, Glasgow.
Please reach the meeting point 15 minutes earlier for pre-departure briefing.
266 George Street, Glasgow
Walk in the woods at lovely Dunkeld and shed a tear for fallen Jacobites at the poignant battlefield of Culloden.
Stay the night at Drumnadrochit and awake to views of the mysterious waters of Loch Ness. Check to see if there are any monsters about!
View the grandeur of the Great Glen and experience the haunting beauty of Glen Coe, site of the terrible massacre of Clan MacDonald in the 17th century.
Return to Glasgow past Stirling and its imposing castle and hear stories of William Wallace, the Scottish hero immortalized in the film ‘Braveheart’.
Day 1: Glasgow to Dunkeld, Culloden and Loch Ness
Breathtaking scenery and fascinating historical sites await you on the Loch Ness, Inverness and the Highlands 2-Day Tour. To join the tour you should arrive at the designated meeting point, where you will meet your driver/guide and board your mini-bus.
Leaving Glasgow, you will dive straight into the countryside and head for Stirling. You will make a stop at Dunkeld on the lovely River Tay to stretch your legs and enjoy a woodland walk. The route takes you through the awesome Drumochter Pass and past the magnificent peaks of the Cairngorm National Park.
You will stop to visit the historic battlefield of Culloden, where the Jacobites supporting Bonnie Prince Charlie made a last stand against the forces of the House of Hanover. (Admission to the battlefield site is not included in your tour price.) The Jacobite army was overwhelmingly defeated and Prince Charlie’s hopes of restoring the Stuart monarchy were dealt a fatal blow.
Your first day ends at Drumnadrochit, a beautiful welcoming village on the banks of Loch Ness. Here you will spend the night at the 3-star Drumnadrochit Hotel. This comfortable hotel has a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and a coffee shop/café, and is located close to the Loch Ness 2000 Exhibition Centre and Original Loch Ness Monster Visitor Centre. Additional amenities include gift shops/newsstands and shopping on site.
The hotel's 28 guestrooms have satellite TV, direct-dial phones, and coffee/tea makers. The bathrooms offer shower/tub combinations, makeup/shaving mirrors, and hair dryers. Dinner can be obtained in the hotel restaurant (payable direct).
Day 2: Loch Ness to Glen Coe, Stirling and Glasgow
After a delicious Scottish breakfast (included in your tour price) you will have time to explore Loch Ness. You could train binoculars on the water surface to see if any monsters are about, or take a boat trip over to Urquhart Castle (payable direct) or visit the excellent Loch Ness 2000 Exhibition (also payable direct).
Leaving Loch Ness at about 10:30am you will then travel south and take in the majestic sweep of the Great Glen and the stunning heights of Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain. Then visit Glen Coe and feel the past come to life as your guide tells you about the appalling massacre of the MacDonald Clan.
The route home takes you past the beautiful city of Stirling and you'll be able to see its splendid castle and learn more about the exploits of William Wallace, the Scottish hero brought to life in Mel Gibson’s film ‘Braveheart’.
At the end of the tour you will be dropped back at the starting point.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour to confirm all departure details.
The boat cruise on Loch Ness and the Loch Ness 2000 Exhibition are optional extras that may be subject to seasonal availability.
Luggage with a size of 55x40x20 centimeters is permitted for the overnight tour. Larger items will be accept subject to space available.
Children Below 3 years of age are not allowed on this tour
Please bring the age proof of child
There are left luggage facilities at Waverley Train Station and Edinburgh Bus Station. In Glasgow there are facilities at Queen Street.
Train Station and Buchanan Street Bus Station. In Inverness there are facilities at Inverness Train Station and also at Farraline Park Bus Station.
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have
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