Scottish Highlands, Loch Ness, Glencoe & Fort William

Experience the natural beauty of the Scottish Highlands on a full-day coach tour to south bank of Loch Ness, Glencoe, and the stunning Trossachs National Park. Appreciate the remarkable Commando Commemoration at Spean Extension. Stop for lunch in Fort Augustus and have an optional boat ride.
12 hours 30 minutes
Group size up to 30 persons
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What is included in activity
Local Guide
Transport on an air-conditioned midi-coach
No toilet on board
What is not included
Optional activity tickets (available to buy on the day of the tour)
Tips (optional)

Take a luxury coach with air conditioning and a maximum of 57 seats from Edinburgh. As you pass Stirling Castle, your guide will tell you stories about William Wallace and Robert the Bruce as well as the bloody battles that took place on these lands.

First, get to the town of Callander, which is at the foot of the Trossachs. Drive next through the Trossachs National Park and Loch Lomond. You'll learn about the notorious Highlander Rob Roy MacGregor from your Scottish tour guide. As you travel to Glencoe, a stunning Highland valley, follow in James Bond's (Skyfall) and Harry Potter's (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows) footsteps. Hear the chilling account of the 1692 massacre at Clan MacDonald. Travel through Fort William, the location of Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles at 4,409 feet.

Arrive in Fort Augustus, a charming village on the south bank of Loch Ness, where you can have lunch in one of the many cafes, shops, or restaurants. Enjoy a one-hour boat cruise to Loch Ness after strolling along the Caledonian Canal's banks. Make an effort to spot "Nessie," the fabled Loch Ness Monster.

Appreciate the noteworthy Commando Commemoration at Spean Extension with perspectives on the Nevis Reach. Enter the "Monarch of the Glen" region of the Cairngorms National Park. Drive along Loch Laggan before the streets move over the Grampian Mountains. Cross the Drumochter Pass, which connects the Central Highlands' northern and southern regions. Enjoy the grandeur of a mountain pass that was made by glacial activity during successive Ice Ages. Finally, make a brief stop in the charming Victorian town of Pitlochry before returning to the city center of Edinburgh around 8:30 p.m.

Important Information:

  • You will be informed prior to departure if your trip is affected if all tours must meet a minimum number of passengers. You will be offered alternate dates or a full refund if the tour is canceled.
  • For insurance purposes, children must be at least 7 years old to join the tour. You will be required to provide a photographic ID as proof of age.
  • All passengers, regardless of age, must be at least 120 centimeters tall. 
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What places you will see

Loch Ness, Glencoe, Highlands & Ben Nevis

Activity book period
You can book tour up to 6 hours in advance.
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Directions to meet your guide

Deacons' House Cafe

How long your tour will be
12 hrs 30 min
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Reviews by travellers
4.9 out of 5
1132 reviews
Colby H.
It’s amazing tour Steve was great, he is funny and also he’s a good driver, he told great stories during the trip and played music a long the way, he’s makes the tour very entertaining and not boaring. The scenery was spectacular even though the weather was cloudy. It’s perfect tour to see Scotland nature
1 day ago
Daniel W.
Such a fun trip! We got to see lots of different spots and got a lot of historical information via our guide, Scot(t?). He was full of dad jokes and Braveheart tidbits, and it was very fun. There's so much to see that you end up a bit rushed, but it's worth it for having such good guides.
9 days ago
Murray S.
If you are have limited time in Edinburgh, don't want to trouble yourself with driving and love to hear stories about the highlands, then this is it! With no doubt, Steve is a wonderful person who have tons of knowledge and histories to share with you. Also, he's very funny, very Scottish, he said, I quote "know how to speak Gaelic". He also can point to you which shops sell the best chippy and bread! The only reason I wouldn't recommend this trip is if you have motion sickness because highlands can be a little snake pass. But hey! That's a thrill for some others ;)
10 days ago
Isabella C.
A great way to see the highlands, entertaining stories about every point of interest on the way, well timed stops, breath taking scenery, discounted tickets for boat on Loch Ness, great recommendations where to eat and what to explore on stops. The mood on board was great, was a packed bus of happy people. My children are 8 & 9, they found it a long day, we all did but it was worth every minute.
10 days ago
David G.
Now every time I hear Bridge over troubled water I'll think of crossing the Forth bridge in Scotland. Because Brian knew what songs to play at the proper moments and is excellent at creating memories, his storytelling was exceptional. He has a way of rousing the crowd to make it an enthusiastic and enjoyable experience. Most notably he's a proud Scotsman and made me feel proud to be a MacDonald. It was evident that he is the right man for the job, enjoys himself and I highly recommend him as a tour guide. I hope he was appropriately tipped.
10 days ago
Magnus D.
Stephen, our authentic Scottish guide, was excellent this day, a long day to be sure! We had him tour us on 6 July 2022, and strongly recommend both him and also this tour. Beautiful scenery, animals, and stops for food during the day. But the dinner stop was too short to actually get food to bring not he bus. Be advised however u r going to go 1.5-as much as 2 hrs between bus stops and bathroom breaks, as there is no toilet on board the buses.
11 days ago
River G.
It was excellent. John, our guide, was amazing when he talks you can feel the passion about Scotland, his pride to be Scottish. He entertained us all day long with stories, legends and facts about the highlands and Scotland in general. I loved the experience
11 days ago
Laura R.
Amazing tour! Our guide Ryan was very kind, funny and helpful! He told great stories and played some music on the bus. Made some stops at beautiful photo-spots, got to feed some hairy cows and visit some great places in the highlands. We even tried Whiskey ice cream. A perfect tour for a peek into Scotland’s amazing nature and excited culture!
21 days ago
Angus D.
Scott is a great guide - really personable and nice and had a lot of knowledge of the area. We really enjoyed the tour - despite no restroom on board there were a lot of rest stops. We got sandwiches in Callander that lasted us the whole trip and enjoyed sweet treats in Port Augustus and Pitlochry. I was nervous about going on the Loch Ness cruise but it was so calm that I didn’t get boat sick at all! Well worth it for a day trip to the Highlands!
22 days ago
Zak R.
It was a long tour but with plenty of stopping (about every 2h on average). Scott was very energetic and had a lot of info to share. Great driver. Music playlist was great (please, share!). Phone chargers on the bus were not working. Glen Coe definitely worths a separate visit. Overall, it was great to get a glimpse of different parts of Scotland, including the Loch Ness.
23 days ago
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