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Loch Ness Tours from Glasgow

Visit Scotland’s most famous lake on top-rated Loch Ness tours bookable on isango at the best prices. One of the most iconic lochs of the country, the legend of Nessie, Britain’s most famous monster is what makes the picturesque lake such a tourist magnet. Stretching along the Great Glen, a view of the rolling hills from the loch, the ruins of the Urquhart Castle, the Culloden Battlefield, the quaint village of Drumnadrochit, and the Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition are just some of the attractions that make the lake a must-visit for travelers across the globe. Book sightseeing tours that take you around Loch Ness and its surrounding attractions, cruises like the ‘Finding Nessie’ hunting trip, daytime cruises and evening cruises, guided walking tours and more. Book at the earliest to get the best rates. Book ow: Low price guaranteed!
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Cruise: A cruise on Loch Ness is an absolute must-do. Keep your eyes on the water to catch a glimpse of Nessie, the elusive monster and take in stunning views from your boat. A cruise on the lake is sure to bowl you over with all the breathtaking views which you will enjoy, whether it’s during the day or in the evening. The Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition: Learn about the history of the region and all about the search for Nessie. Read up on the latest developments, see depictions, newspaper headlines, and underwater photos. The highlight of the visit is Operation Deepscan in 1987 and includes sonar readings from the murky waters of Loch Ness. Urquhart Castle: Set against the breathtaking backdrop of the lake and rolling hills, the castle has many ancient myths surrounding it. Take in stunning views of the loch from this castle and spend time in its café and gift shop.

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Best time to visit
The best time to visit Loch Ness is between the months of May and September as the weather is perfect and the daylight stays the longest. July and August are peak tourist season although that shouldn’t be a deterrent as there is plenty of open spaces for everyone to enjoy.
Getting there
You can walk, cycle and horse ride to soak in the vibe of your stunning locales. Renting a car to get around is definitely an option if its within your budget. Other than that, to explore the lake and its surroundings, it’s always sensible to book all-inclusive Loch Ness tour packages that include the services of a guide, round trip hotel transportation and meals. That way, you get to spend more time enjoying the experience rather than looking for transport, the best lookout points and places to eat.
Money saving tips
Planning your trip months in advance will ensure that you don’t burn a hole in your pocket. Book your Loch Ness tour and transport as early as possible and a quick research online show you the latest discounts and deals that you can avail. You can also save money by walking and biking instead of renting a car. Visiting during the off season is sure shot way to save money on cruises, tours and accommodation.
Did you know?
Interesting Loch Ness facts to impress fellow travelers with: Nessie the monster was first spotted in 565AD when St Columba took a swim in Loch Ness. It appears in the Life of St Columba by Adomnan. Nessie was also spotted on April 14, 1933, by a couple who were driving past the lake. According to them, it was ‘something resembling a whale’. The 1987 Operation Deepscan was the largest search for the Monster to date costing around £1million. The search lasted 3 days, used state-of-the-art sonar equipment, but ended inconclusively.

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