Tours to Loch Ness

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Loch Ness Day Tour

Loch Ness Day Tour

Private Loch Ness Day Tour The ultimate day tour of Scotland.

Inverness Highlands 2 day Tour

2 day Inverness & Highlands Tour

Enjoy 2 days exploring the Scottish Highlands and Loch Ness.

Isle-of-skye-Loch Ness Tour

3 day Isle of Skye - Loch Ness Tour

3 day Isle of Skye Tour & the World-famous Loch Ness.

Tours to Loch Ness are a popular option for visitors to Scotland. Travellers want to see the beautiful Highlands but perhaps time is limited. As a result, private Loch Ness day tours are very popular and book up fast. Early booking is always recommended: Contact us

Book a tour from Edinburgh to Loch Ness or a day tour from Glasgow. You can be assured of an action packed Scotland trip. Travel through magical and awe inspiring scenery and share the experience of a private guided tour with your family and friends.

Edinburgh to Loch Ness Tour

Loch Ness Day Tours are the most popular tours on offer from Scotlands major cities.

Private tours can depart from any location. It’s one of the many benefits of private tours of Scotland with Scottish Guided Tours.

Private Scotland Trips

Flexible tour itineraries and small private groups. Tours are exclusively for your family and travelling companions. 

Scottish Highlands Tour

12 hour action packed day tours are not for everyone. Because of this, we’ve included a selection of other private Scotland trips that include Loch Ness below. Please contact us for more info and flexible tour itineraries.

Loch Ness Day Tour

Book a Loch Ness Day Tour

Loch Ness Tours from Edinburgh - Glasgow to Loch Ness - Private Tours Loch Ness

Loch Ness tours from Edinburgh and Glasgow are always a popular choice. A variety of shorter day tours are also available. Stirling Castle is a wonderful 6-8 hour private day tour. Whisky Distillery Tours or Outlander day tours are all are 5* rated private tours. Experience both Glasgow and Edinburgh on your Scotland travels if time allows. Scottish Guided Tours depart from any location. Contact us and plan a bespoke private tour to Loch Ness.

8am Departure

9am Callander Village. Known as the gateway to the highlands and nestled in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Callander is charming and as result, an excellent coffee stop/brunch stop

9:45 Hairy Coos !! A visit to our famous Highland Cattle. No visit to Scotland is complete without getting up close to our shaggy friends.

Gateway to the Highlands & Hairy Coo’s

10:30 am Loch Tulla Viewpoint. A wonderful photo opportunity of the rugged Scottish Highlands. Gaze across the mountains, loch and glens. A truly remarkable landscape and one that can transport you back in time.

11:00 am Rannoch Moor photo stop. Epic Highland scenery will take your breath away. 

Experience Glencoe

11:30 am Glencoe. The world famous Glencoe will stay with you forever. Your Private Guide will tell you the bloody history, folklore and story of the “Weeping Glen” (multiple photo stops) 

12:00 Glencoe Visitor Centre  (Coffee/restrooms) A quick coffee & souvenir stop in the heart of Glencoe.

Monster Hunting

13:30 Loch Ness ( Boat trip optional ) Lunch and explore Fort Augustus Village. Your Driver Guide can pre-book boat tickets for your group if you wish to explore the Loch from the water searching for Nessie.

Ben Nevis

15:30 Ben Nevis Viewpoint. The mighty Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest mountain makes for a great stop and photograph. Next we travel east along Loch Laggan and hear tales of Jacobite gold, Clan wars and Queen Victoria.

Queen Victoria

17:00 Highland Perthshire Coffee stop. Favoured by Victorian travellers, Highland Perthshire is wonderful landscape to absorb and enjoy as we travel south back to our drop off point.

Unesco Heritage Site

19:00 Forth Rail Bridge. An engineering marvel from the late 1800’s and still going strong. A Scottish icon and internationally recognised. (Tour routes can vary depending on drop off point)

19:45 Return to drop off point

Laura M
Laura M
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Scottish Tour “Don’t often write reviews but felt the need to for our trip. We live in Spain and decided on a little trip back to the motherland, we were not disappointed and our trip was made even better by Niall, his knowledge and passion for his country and what he does is evident, not your bog standard repetitive tour guide, there was not one day of our trip that he didn’t have us laughing. Can highly recommend Scottish guided tours, we will return and when we do, we will definitely be booking with Niall.”
DMarieC
DMarieC
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Extraordinary and outstanding! With all the great tour guides I have hired, Niall stood out. He was with our family from Nov. 21-25. He picked us up at the Edinburgh airport and we started touring immediately. seeing the Kelpies, South Queensferry and the Forth Bridges all in the first afternoon. After that, we spent four more days together while he regaled us with history, legends and fairy stories. He listened and did not interrupt. Niall seemed to know how much to talk and how much to listen. He played the most beautiful Scottish music as we drove. We felt immersed in Scottish history and culture. He even wore his kilt for two of the five days. He went out of his way to accommodate our dietary needs. (It really helped that he is vegan himself.) We traveled through ancient woodlands, burial sites, battlefields, castles, fairy pools and fairy glens, mountain ranges, Outlander, Harry Potter and other film sites. We ended up enjoying him so much that we considered him part of the family and wanted him for the rest of our stay. Finally, we all noticed how kind Niall was with not only us, but with everyone including other drivers, restaurant staff and hotel staff. I only hope that he will be available when we return. We thought that Scotland was magical and that magic was mainly because of him. We would never tour with anyone else. Niall is the very best.
Kirstie B
Kirstie B
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We spent a really entertaining and informative day with our guide, Niall ( Neal in Gaelic). He took us north to see the three bridges from different eras that span the Firth of Forth. It was fun to see a train go over the old one. Then we were off to Dunkeld, the river Tay, a wee hike in the woods to find a salmon ladder (alas,, no salmon running at that moment), coffee at a charming shop in Dunkeld, a tour at Edradour Distillery, the only remaining hand made single malt whiskey in Scotland, and the smallest to boot. We had a quick look at the village of Pitlocry, and ended the day at Loch Tummel to see The Queen's View. One more coffee stop, and it was back to Edinburg. But the best part of this fine day was the time we spent with Niall, who was a font of information, jovial and witty. As one does, we compared cultures, talked about everything under the sun, and laughed together much of the time. If you are looking for a tour guide with a warm demeanor and a kind and helpful personality, Niall is the best.
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