Short Breaks and tours in Inverness and Loch Ness, Scotland
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Inverness Tour

One of the longest routes on our tour program but with some of the classic Scottish scenery that will give you a sense of FREEDOM. Although we can’t guarantee seeing the beastie of Loch Ness we will assure you of 3-4 hours of memories that you will treasure for years to come.

The trip begins with your collection in Inverness city centre and then it's down Loch Ness to Drumnadrochit where you will have a chance to snap some photographs and have a look round for 20 mins. Then its down to Fort Augustus which lies at the far end of the Loch. If required lunch can be arranged in one of the 5 hotel/restaurants in the town. Then we return back down the loch to Inverness.

Sadly as we are not based in Inverness we will require 5 days notice prior to your trip in order to arrange the necessary logistics. We are endeavoring to have a more permanent tour schedule in 2008.

Duration: 3 hours
Distance: 60 miles approx
Cost Per Person: £200 (Based on two people sharing)
Collection & Drop Point: Inverness Railway Station
Route: Inverness, Drumnadrochit, Fort Augustus return Inverness

Things to see in Inverness

Of course while we are travelling by Loch Ness you will be having a look to see if you can see “Nessie”, the Loch Ness Monster. You can also see one of Scotland’s  beautiful castles from the lochside, Urquart Castle. This castle is one of the largest castles in Scotland. It was built in the 1230’s, seized by the English in 1296, sacked by the Macdonald Lord of the Isle in 1545 and then left to fall into decay after 1689.These impressive ruins lie on the northern banks of Loch Ness and are surrounded on three sides by the waters of Loch Ness. This is some of the most stunning scenery within the highlands.

Please call (0)131 258 1289 / mobile 07786 267826 or email

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