3-Day Tour of Isle of Skye, Loch Ness and Glencoe
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- See the best of what Scotland has to offer in just three-days with our whirlwind tour.
- Search for the elusive Loch Ness Monster while travelling alongside the entirety of the famous loch
- Explore the Isle of Skye, the jewel of the Scottish islands
- Visit Stirling, the home of Robert the Bruce
- Enjoy the atmosphere in the bar at Morag’s Lodge Hostel in Loch Ness
- Take a photo of Eilean Donan Castle, one of the most famous in the world
- Have you breath taken away by view of the Cuillin Mountains
Day 1 – Edinburgh to Loch Ness
On the first day, you’ll leave Edinburgh and head past the ancient capital of Stirling, home to legends such as William Wallace and Robert the Bruce, and home to bloody battles in the Wars of Independence.
The route north then takes you through dramatic Glencoe, the site of the 1692 massacre in the Weeping Glen. Then, it’s off to the Great Glen, under the shadow of Ben Nevis (the tallest mountain in Britain), before arriving in Fort Augustus on the shores of famous Loch Ness.
Day 2 – Isle of Skye
The second day will see you exploring the Isle of Skye, otherwise known as ‘The Winged Isle’, or ‘Isle of Mist’. Immersed in Celtic myths and Viking legends, we will discover what makes this windswept landscape so special. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the brooding red and black Cuillin Mountains, and hike through the stunning scenery, returning to the mainland past Eilean Donan Castle.
Day 3 – Loch Ness to Edinburgh
For the final day, you’ll travel the length of Loch Ness in search of the elusive Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster. After that, it’s time to head back to Edinburgh – but you’ll be seeing Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, along the way. You’ll cruise through the sweeping and eerie Culloden Moor, then head south to Dunkfeld, with its mighty cathedral.
Finally, it’s through Macbeth Country, across Forth Road Bridge, and back into Edinburgh.
- Legendary guide
- Dorm-bed reservations in our fantastic hostels
- Accommodation costs
- Entrance fees
We're not far from where the North Bridge intersects with the Royal Mile (the succession of streets that run from the Castle down-hill to Holyrood Palace). This is called High Street, and the 'Bank Hotel' is the easiest building to identify at this junction. Head down the hill, past the Radisson Blu hotel on your right, and we're the blue building on the corner of Blackfriars Street. You can't miss us!
Terms and Conditions of bookings and cancellation are available on our website, but please remember that there are NO refunds for cancellation within 14 days of the departure date.
We are able to make date changes for a small fee, so please let us know as soon as possible if you need to change your departure details.
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