Loch Ness, Glencoe and the Highlands Private Luxury Day Tour

Edinburgh, Scotland
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Experience the magic of Scotland on a private tour that takes you through breathtaking landscapes and historic landmarks. Marvel at the iconic Forth Bridge, discover the traditional craft of wool-making at Kilmahog Woollen Mill, and witness the stunning beauty of Loch Tulla and Glencoe valley viewpoint. Admire the spectacular Meeting of Three Waters and the majestic Three Sisters Mountains, before venturing to the mysterious Loch Ness and Fort Augustus. Explore the world-famous Dalwhinnie distillery and savor some of Scotland's finest whisky, before ending your journey in the charming town of Pitlochry. With personalized attention and exclusive access to some of Scotland's hidden gems, this tour offers a truly unforgettable experience.

• Enjoy privileged, personalized attention from your driver/guide on this private tour
• Kids friendly (5+ age)
• Please note that tours stops and timings can be changed


This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Forth Road Bridge, South Queensferry, Edinburgh EH30 9SF Scotland

If you're looking for a breathtaking experience, consider booking a tour that includes a visit to the Forth Bridges. These three impressive bridges span the Firth of Forth, and are a sight to behold.

The Forth Bridge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Scotland's most iconic landmarks.

The Forth Road Bridge, opened in 1964 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is a long-span suspension bridge over 2.5 kilometres in length, with towers over 150 metres high.

The Queensferry Crossing, opened in 2017, is the newest of the three and spans the firth with its modern design.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to see these engineering marvels up close and appreciate their beauty and significance in Scottish history.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Linlithgow Palace, 9 Kirkgate Sulisker, Boghall, Linlithgow EH49 7AL Scotland

As you pass by Linlithgow Palace in Scotland, you'll see a magnificent medieval castle that once served as the birthplace of Mary, Queen of Scots. Although much of the palace now lies in ruins, the grandeur and history of the site are still evident. Built in the 15th century by King James I, the palace was a favored residence of the Scottish monarchs for centuries, and it played a pivotal role in many important events in Scottish history. Today, visitors can still explore the palace's many chambers, courtyards, and towers, and imagine what life was like for the royals who once called this impressive castle their home.

Pass By: The Kelpies & The Helix, 4 Stadium Way The Helix, Falkirk FK2 9EE Scotland

As you pass by The Kelpies Monument in Scotland, you'll catch a glimpse of two massive, towering horse head sculptures, standing at 30 meters tall. Designed by artist Andy Scott, these magnificent works of art pay homage to Scotland's industrial past and the working horses that helped build the country's canals and waterways. The Kelpies are an unforgettable sight, even from a distance, and a must-see for anyone visiting Scotland.

Pass By: Stirling Castle, Castle Esplanade Upper Castle Hill, Old Town, Stirling FK8 1EJ Scotland

As you pass by Stirling Castle, you'll be struck by its magnificent presence atop a rocky hill overlooking the city. This historic fortress played a crucial role in Scotland's history, serving as the residence of monarchs and the site of battles. Even a brief glance at this stunning castle is enough to transport you back in time and spark your imagination. So take a moment to appreciate the sheer grandeur and significance of this remarkable landmark as you journey through Scotland.

Pass By: National Wallace Monument, Hillfoots Road Abbey Craig, Stirling FK9 5LF Scotland

As you pass by the William Wallace Monument, you'll catch a glimpse of one of Scotland's most iconic landmarks. This towering monument commemorates the life and legacy of William Wallace, a Scottish hero who played a crucial role in the country's fight for independence. With its impressive height and stunning views of the surrounding countryside, the monument is a testament to Wallace's bravery and resilience in the face of adversity. Even a fleeting glimpse of this historic landmark is enough to inspire awe and admiration for one of Scotland's most legendary figures.

Stop At: Kilmahog, Callander FK17 8HA, UK

At Trossachs Woollen Mill souvenir shop and cafe, you will have the opportunity to explore a charming souvenir shop filled with traditional woolen goods, souvenirs, and gifts. The shop is located in the picturesque Trossachs region, known for its scenic beauty and historic significance.

In addition travellers will also have the opportunity to grab a quick snack or beverage at the cafe. The stop is about 15-20 minutes.

From April to the end of October, tourists can also potentially see and feed Highland cows at this location. These majestic creatures are a beloved symbol of Scotland and are known for their shaggy coats and impressive horns.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Loch Tulla Viewpoint, A82, Bridge of Orchy PA36 4AG Scotland

Loch Tulla Viewpoint offers stunning panoramic views of the picturesque Scottish Highlands landscape, including the serene Loch Tulla, towering mountains, and rolling hills dotted with heather and lush greenery.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Glencoe, Glencoe, Scottish Highlands, Scotland

The Glencoe Valley Viewpoint in Scotland is a must-see for anyone traveling through the Scottish Highlands. Located on the A82 road between Glasgow and Fort William, this viewpoint offers stunning panoramic views of one of Scotland's most iconic and beautiful valleys.

Surrounded by towering mountains and rugged hills, the Glencoe Valley Viewpoint offers visitors a breathtaking glimpse into Scotland's stunning natural beauty. Whether you're a nature lover, a photographer, or simply seeking a peaceful retreat, this viewpoint is sure to leave you in awe of Scotland's rugged landscape.

Visitors can take a short walk from the parking area to reach the viewpoint, where they can enjoy uninterrupted views of the valley and surrounding mountains. The viewpoint is also a popular spot for watching the sunset, which bathes the landscape in a warm glow and offers a truly magical experience.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: The Meeting of the Three Waters, Glencoe Village Scotland

The Meeting of the Three Waters in Scotland is a stunning natural wonder where three rivers converge to create a mesmerizing display of rushing water and swirling currents.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Three Sisters Viewpoint, Ballachulish PH49 4HX, UK

The Three Sisters are a trio of majestic peaks located in Glencoe, one of Scotland's most beautiful and scenic areas. The mountains are part of the Bidean nam Bian mountain range and are named after the three steep ridges that form their distinctive shape.

The Three Sisters are a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, offering a range of hiking and climbing opportunities for all levels of experience. From gentle walks to challenging climbs, the area has something for everyone.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Loch Achtriochtan, Scotland

Loch Achtriochtan is a picturesque freshwater loch located in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, near the village of Glencoe. The loch is surrounded by steep mountain peaks, providing a stunning backdrop for outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, and wildlife watching.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Fort Augustus, Fort Augustus, Loch Ness Region, Scottish Highlands, Scotland

Fort Augustus is a charming Scottish village situated at the southern end of Loch Ness, one of Scotland's most famous bodies of water. Loch Ness is famous for its mysterious and elusive inhabitant, the legendary Loch Ness Monster. Visitors can enjoy exploring the stunning scenery of the Scottish Highlands by taking a cruise on Loch Ness.

Visitors can explore the Caledonian Canal, which runs through the heart of Fort Augustus and features a series of impressive locks.

At Fort Augustus you will various shops selling traditional Scottish goods.

Fort Augustus and Loch Ness are a must-see destination for anyone seeking a peaceful retreat amidst stunning natural scenery, with a touch of mystery and magic thrown in.

(Boat tour price starts from £19.00. Not included in the tour price)

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Laggan, Laggan, Scottish Highlands, Scotland

The Laggan Dam in Scotland is a marvel of modern engineering, located in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Constructed in the 1930s, the dam spans the River Spean and is a vital part of Scotland's hydroelectric power industry.

In addition to its practical uses, the Laggan Dam is also a popular spot for outdoor enthusiasts. The area around the dam offers a range of hiking and biking trails, as well as opportunities for fishing and boating on the nearby Loch Laggan.

The Laggan Dam is also located in a stunningly beautiful area of the Scottish Highlands, surrounded by rolling hills and breathtaking mountain scenery. Visitors can take in the views from the top of the dam, or take a leisurely stroll along the riverbank to appreciate the natural beauty of the area.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Dalwhinnie Distillery, Dalwhinnie PH19 1AA Scotland

If you're a whisky lover, a visit to Dalwhinnie distillery in Scotland is a must. Located in the Cairngorms National Park, this picturesque distillery is one of the highest in Scotland, and produces a smooth, mellow single malt whisky that's beloved by connoisseurs around the world. The distillery has been in operation since 1897, and visitors can take a guided tour to learn about the traditional whisky-making process, from malting and mashing to fermentation and distillation. Whether you're a seasoned whisky aficionado or just curious to learn more about this famous Scottish spirit, a visit to Dalwhinnie distillery is sure to be a highlight of your trip.
(Guided distillery tour not included - price from £17.00)

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Pitlochry, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross, Scotland

If there is enough time on the way back to Edinburgh you will have last stop in Pitlochry.

Pitlochry is a charming Scottish town that serves as the perfect pit stop on your journey through the beautiful Scottish Highlands. With a stop of around 30 minutes, visitors can take advantage of the town's many amenities, including a variety of cafes and restaurants, as well as quaint shops and boutiques, offering a range of souvenirs and gifts to bring home.

Duration: 30 minutes


  • Driver as a guide
  • Bottled water


  • Gratuities
  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Admission fees

Additional information

  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Most travelers can participate
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking

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