Glen Coe - a scenic landscape - was the site of a massacre in the Jacobine uprising of the 17th century. Today it is one of the country’s most beautiful and visited glens for its sweeping vistas.

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The Trossachs National Park
The Trossachs and Loch Lomond National Park is known for its beautiful lochs, flora and fauna, woodland parks and beaches.
Loch Katrine
A picturesque loch set in the centre of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, fictionalised in Sir Walter Scott's 'The Lady of the Lake.'
Queen Elizabeth Forest Park
Escape to a wild Scottish landscape of mountains, moorlands, forests, rivers and lochs.
Loch Ness
Home to the mythical monster, Nessa, Loch Ness has become a "must see" for anyone privy to the legend and eager to spot her for themselves.
Fort William
Resting in the shadow of Ben Nevis - the UK's highest peak, Fort William is one of Scotland's popular western highland towns.
Loch Lomond
Situated in the heart of the Trossachs National Park, Loch Lomond is one of Scotland's fresh water lochs and is dotted with tiny islands.

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Private Day Trip from Edinburgh to Loch Ness, Glencoe & The Highlands
Enjoy a private, guided journey through the stunning Scottish Highlands through two national parks - with the chance to spot the Loch Ness monster for yourself!

  • Depart Edinburgh to enjoy a full-day immerse tour in the scenic Scottish Highlands
  • See wooded glens, rugged peaks, thistle-clad braes, tranquil lochs and valleys
  • Marvel at the unique Highlands culture and ancient rural folk heritage 
  • Enjoy the serenity and mystery of Scotland’s vast landscape including, Glencoe, the Trossachs, Loch Lomond, and the Cairngorms. 
  • See historic Scottish towns and cities including Stirling, Fort William, and Inverness.
  • Scour mysterious Loch Ness’s surface for its famous cryptozoological resident, Nessie.
On your private Scottish Highlands tour, the first stop is the old town of Stirling, a history-rich city built on volcanic rock with medieval Stirling Castle at its heart. The 1297 Battle of Stirling Bridge, where William Wallace defeated the English, is a notable site in the legacy of the First War of Scottish Independence. Lying to the east of the peaks of Ben Lomond, the Trossachs is a beguiling mix of wild wooded glens and thistle-clad braes on the shores of Loch Lomond, Great Britain’s largest freshwater expanse and home to 30 islets. Forming the gateway to the Highlands, Loch Lomond leads you northwest to the steep-sided Glencoe Valley, where gushing streams and cascading waterfalls are looped by a riddle of mountain trails. Scan the horizon here on your private Scottish Highlands tour for a rare glimpse of Scotland’s magnificent golden eagle. 

On to Fort William on the lake-lapped shores of Loch Linnhe in the shadows of Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest peak. Surrounded by the curvaceous terrain of the Glen Nevis valley, home to the dramatic 120-metre Steall Falls, breathtaking views abound of dark green forests and wildflower-scattered trails. Nearby, leafy walks hug the banks of the River Ness, a pleasing prelude to the myth-rich waters of magnificent Loch Ness and its famous cryptozoological resident. On your return to Edinburgh, journey through the northern city of Inverness and down through the sharp and winding mountains and forests of the Cairngorm Forest. 


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