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2-Day Highlands and Loch Ness Tour from Edinburgh

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  • Get expansive, photo-friendly views of the Scottish Highlands
  • Optional Loch Ness cruise, whisky tour, and Culloden visit (own expense)
  • Choice of accommodations to suit all budgets
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2-Day Highlands and Loch Ness Tour from Edinburgh
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Overview
The lakes, glens, and historic landmarks of the Scottish Highlands are within easy reach of Edinburgh. On this 2-day Highlands tour, enjoy more time to take photos and admire the region’s natural beauty than compared with a day trip. Visit Loch Lomond, Glen Coe, and Ben Nevis; discover the legend of Loch Ness; and enjoy optional tours of Culloden Battlefield and a whisky distillery (own expense).
What to Expect
On the first day, meet in central Edinburgh to board your air-conditioned bus or coach and, after stopping in Glasgow to pick up the rest of your group, continue to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Stop at Luss Beach for views across Loch Lomond and Ben Lomond Mountain, and continue to Loch Tulla, for more photo opportunities.

Continue north to Glen Coe, where you take in the scenery and learn more about the region’s history, including the 17th-century MacDonald Clan Massacre, from your guide. Next, stop in Fort William to see Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the UK, and enjoy lunch (own expense).

In the afternoon, journey east to Loch Ness and your accommodation for the evening (depending on tour option selected).

Begin the second day by exploring Loch Ness, where you can opt to cruise around the lake or tour the lakeside Urquhart Castle (both optional, own expense). Continue to the notorious Culloden Battlefield (entrance fees not included), and visit a traditional Scotch whisky distillery, where you can tour the distillery and sample a dram of whisky (own expense).

Make a final stop at a village in Perth and Kinross, before returning to Edinburgh.
Reviews (72)
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Loved every minute - wonderful tour with Chuck!

We were lucky enough to be on a two-day tour with Chuck. He was a great storyteller, incredibly knowledgeable about the history and region, and an all-around colourful Scotsman. Chuck made sure that all of our needs were met and went the extra mile to...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank reviresco123
Reviewed 23 November 2018
2 incredible days around the Loch Ness with our guide Fergie !

Great tour in a (very) small group adapted to what we wanted to do most. A very nice stay in a B&B in Fort Augustus. Our guide had many stories to tell, we recommend ! Thanks again Fergie.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank phil0112
Reviewed 16 November 2018 via mobile
Amazing tour with Sergio!

I’ve never done a tour before, and I really enjoyed it! Thanks to Sergio our guide, me and my three friends learned so many things about Scotland, and the Highlands in particular. We were just four to book this tour so it was really about...More

1  Thank eliseb142
Reviewed 11 November 2018
Neil is the Best!!!

This is my first visit to Scotland and is impressed how lovely the country and its people. If you are coming to Scotland to experience the Highlands, I suggest Neil from Highland Experience. Neil is very is informative and has a vast knowledge of places,...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Marion T
Reviewed 2 November 2018 via mobile
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This tour has been the highlight of my trip to Scotland. Our guide Mark was funny and interesting with a wealth of information to share and made me feel the connection to the land he clearly loves. Catherine who arranged our accommodation ensured that we...More

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Due back in Edinburgh just before 700pm
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Response from Natalie S | Reviewed this property |
It’s a lot of driving so if they like long car rides then yes!
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