Day Tour (7+ hrs)
Adventure Calls, Culture Vultures, First Timers
Covering over 500 km in one day, you will see some of the most amazing scenery Scotland has to offer. We will take you to the Scottish Highlands, Glen Coe, Loch Ness, Fort William, and show you see the Forth Road and Rail Bridges on the way. You’ll see mountains, waterfalls and Scottish wildlife while your experienced tour guide / driver tells you the stories and history of our amazing Country.
We first head towards Stirling, to see Stirling Castle and The Wallace Monument. We then continue towards Callander for a morning coffee stop where you have the chance to meet a couple of “Hairy Coos”. Then we head north into the Highlands over Rannoch Moor for our stop at the dark brooding Pass of Glencoe, which is a beautiful spot for you to take photos, and hear the haunting story of the infamous massacre of 1692.
We cross Loch Leven at Ballachulish for a lunchtime stop in the Fort William area before following the route of the Caledonian Canal up the Great Glen to Fort Augustus and on to Loch Ness. Here you can cruise on the loch for an hour or so on the award winning Cruise Loch Ness, or enjoy the scenery of the tranquil little village on the banks of the Loch. (Please note, this part of the tour may be subject to change due to weather conditions in the winter months).
Heading on you will pass by Loch Laggan, the set for the internationally recognised tv programme ‘Monarch of the Glen’. You will then make a stop in picturesque Pitlochry, a delightful Victorian resort town. Continuing on past Perth and through the Kingdom of Fife, we will cross the Forth Crossing alongside the magnificent Forth Railway Bridge before you arrive back in Scotland’s Capital City with a wealth of new knowledge, millions of photos and happy memories from your adventure.
We can even pick you up from your Edinburgh city centre hotel or B&B.
This symbol indicates that Gray Line Scotland have followed government and industry Covid-19 guidelines. We also have a process in place to maintain cleanliness and aid physical distancing.
Gray Line Scotland are running a reduced capacity to ensure Physical Distancing | Vehicle is fully disinfected & sanitised following every tour | A state of the art fogging machine is used to eliminate 99% of all bacteria & virus even in hard to reach places | Specially fitted Hispacold eco3 Air Purifiers condition the inside air | Air Con filters will be changed more frequently | Hand sanitiser available on board for all | Your driver will regularly disinfect touch points throughout the tour | Driver will wear mask when near guests (not while driving for safety reasons – but will be distanced).
Stop and meet the Highland Cows!
See one of Europe's last wildernesses
The perfect photo spot
Go monster hunting
Seven miles of fresh water loch
A stunning Victorian village
The gateway to Ben Nevis
Enjoy this experience with our trusted partners: Gray Line Scotland