The Original Loch Ness Tour

Gaelic Travel-Glasgow-The Original Loch Ness Tour

One day tour

Explore some of the finest scenery in Europe - The Scottish Highlands, a land of sky-high mountains, tranquil sea lochs and fairy-tale castles. The main attraction of this popular tour is the leisurely stop at Loch Ness. Discover the highlights of Scotland in just one-day!

Price range: £35-£49

Kilmahog - snap a photo of Highland Cattle (“Hairy Coo’s”) when we break for morning coffee

Rannoch Moor - experience Scotland’s natural wilderness at its very best

Glen Coe - savour the views when we stop in this legendary valley, scene of the infamous massacre in 1692

Loch Ness - during our leisurely visit explore impressive Urquhart Castle and enjoy a cruise on the loch

Cairngorm National Park- enjoy a scenic drive through this beautiful land of mountains and lochs

Movie locations - Loch Ness, Restless Natives and Centurion


  • Transport by luxury air-conditioned midicoach
  • Live commentary in English
  • Services of an experienced driver/guide
  • Service charges and taxes


  • Admission charges
  • Meals, snacks or items of a personal nature
  • Gratuity to your driver

Full Tour Itinerary


Leaving Edinburgh behind we head towards Stirling with its ancient castle then stop for morning coffee at Kilmahog. Next it's Rob Roy Country and dramatic Rannoch Moor before arriving at the Weeping Glen – Glen Coe, the infamous site of the 1692 Massacre of the resident MacDonalds by Government troops of the Campbell Clan.

After a short drive we arrive at Fort William which sits in the shadow of Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain. After time for lunch there's a photo stop at Spean Bridge before we enter the scenic beauty of the famous Great Glen, a landscape of soaring mountains and shimmering lochs.

Our journey follows the route of the Caledonian Canal to Loch Ness and the impressive ruins of Urquhart Castle. The Castle provides a superb vantage point to see the deepest part of the loch. Here you can enjoy an optional visit to the castle and take a short cruise on the loch.