3 Day Loch Ness and Skye
Calling all Nessie Hunters!
Jump aboard our monster tour! Crammed with excitement and adventure, you won’t waste a single second as we wander through forests, explore battlefields and enjoy the Highlands of Scotland. Our stop for the first night is right on the shores of the majestic Loch Ness where you will have ample opportunity to search for the elusive Nessie and take in the fantastic views across the loch, possibly with a whisky in your hand!
With Loch Ness under our belts we venture forth to the magical Isle of Skye, searching for faeries, eternal youth and discovering stunning scenery. Get amongst it!
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Let your hair down and enjoy a long weekend travelling through the Highlands, and exploring Scotland’s mysterious Isle of Skye. Your guide will show the excitement of the east and the best of the west!
Departing from Edinburgh, we set out on our adventure to explore the wild Highlands of Scotland and go in search of Nessie, the legendary monster that lurks beneath the deep waters of Loch Ness. Our hostel for the night is situated right on the shores of the loch with stunning views across the water.
This the only hostel in the world that can offer this unrivaled setting!
- Forth Bridges
- Whisky Drinking
- Highland Folk Museum
- Culloden Battlefield
- Sleep on the shores of Loch Ness
We start today off by making our way over to the Isle of Skye where you will learn all about the mischievous faeries, hear tales of Celtic myths and see some of the most dramatic scenery our country has to offer. We head up to the Trotternish Peninsula for a lovely hike and amazing views in this unspoilt wilderness.
- Glen Shiel
- The Cuillin
- Old Man of Storr
- Kilt Rock
- The Quiraing
We head back onto the mainland and journey south taking in awe inspiring views of monstrous mountains (including Britain’s highest, Ben Nevis) and the eerie Glencoe. You will learn of heroic and ferocious clans and have a chance to pay your respects to the legendary William Wallace when we visit the National Wallace Monument.
- Ben Nevis
- Fort William
- Glen Coe
- Rannoch Moor
- Doune Castle or
- Wallace Monument