Loch Ness, Inverness & The Highlands - 2 Day Tour (Glasgow)
We leave Glasgow and head west, first stopping at the pretty
conservation village of Luss, on the ‘Bonny Bonny Banks’ of Loch Lomond. We
descend into the atmospheric expanse of Rannoch Moor, passing the Black Mount, to
dramatic Glencoe, site of the 1692 massacre of the MacDonald Clan. Take a
leisurely walk soaking in the atmosphere of this haunting glen, before
continuing north towards Fort William and Britain's highest mountain, Ben
After lunch in the Fort William area, we trace the 24 mile
shoreline of Loch Ness, passing Urquhart Castle, then on to Inverness, capital
of the Highlands, where we arrive early evening.
Enjoy a flexible itinerary today - you may choose to visit
the fascinating Culloden Battlefield, where the Jacobites and Bonnie Prince
Charlie were defeated by the Duke of Cumberland, and glimpse the ancient stones
of the Neolithic Clava Cairns, before the opportunity for a visit and whisky
tasting at Dalwhinnie Distillery.
After a lunch stop we move south for a visit to the old
military garrison of Ruthven Barracks, built by General Wade. We continue our
return journey via The Hermitage, stopping for a gentle forest walk (this
option will only be possible in the summer months), before we cross the Forth
Bridge, back to Edinburgh where the tour terminates.
If continuing to Glasgow, your guide will take you to
Edinburgh Waverley railway station for the 50-minute journey by train, courtesy
of Timberbush Tours.
The price of our two day Inverness tour from Glasgow does
not include accommodation but we reserve it for you. Approximate costs are per
person per night: Youth Hostel: £18-£25, Bed & Breakfast: £40-£65, Hotel:
£75+. Single supplement may apply. Please be advised, most accommodation providers only accept cash
payments, and will not accept debit/credit cards as methods of payment.
PLEASE NOTE: Luggage is restricted to one piece per person.
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What is included
Live commentary on board
Modern, air-conditioned coach
Digital Translations available to Download
Train tickets to return to Glasgow
Please ensure you bring your own face covering. Face coverings are mandatory in Scotland and will not be provided.
We recommend bringing:
· comfortable walking shoes
· waterproof jacket
· cash (ATM machines are limited in the remote Highlands)
...and don't forget your camera!
· Minimum age is 5 years
· This tour will have a maximum of 32 passengers
· Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
· Collapsible wheelchairs can be stored on board the coach
· Service animals allowed
· Near public transportation
· If booster seat is required, please request at the time of booking
· Confirmation will be received at time of booking
· You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity
Meeting Point Information
MEETING POINT: 19 Killermont St, Glasgow G2 3NX, outside The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall / Opposite Buchanan Street Bus Station