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Scotland’s Glen Coe, Highlands and Loch Ness

While in Scotland, we decided to book a day trip to Loch Ness, travelling via Glen Coe and through the beautiful scotish highlands. This tour is said to be the biggest tour done in the space of 12 hours.

We booked our tour through Highland experience tours for a very reasonable 45£ per person. I highly recommend this!  The trip departs from the high street at 8am daily and arrived back between 730-8pm.

At first, we were a little dissapointed with the weather but decided to stay positive and just let the day pan out.

The drive to Glen Coe was truely spectacular and worth the 45£ alone.

The tour has full commentary, allowing you to hear hours of relevants scotish history.

Glen Coe  is perhaps Scotland’s most famous and most scenic glen. Even in the pouring rain, you can see how it has gained that reputation.

Due to the rain, we were told our cruise had been cancelled and we had to change our stops destination. We headed to the other end of the Loch where we were able to get a smaller cruise along some of the loch.

The Loch Ness is a large, deep, freshwater loch in the Scottish Highlands extending for approximately 23 miles (37 km) southwest of Inverness

Its deepest point is 755 ft, which apparently is the height of 5 statues of liberty placed ontop of one  another.

Despite the dark colouring of the water, the Loch is infact perfectly clean.

even though we were  told that we were unable to stop at the castle, the sun came out for just enough time for us to squeeze in a small stop and photo opportunity. I have to admit, I was dissapointed when originally told we wouldn’t see the castle, so this was a true surprise and highlight.

Just in case some of us hadn’t seen snow, our your guide pulled over while driving through the highlands….

so we could get these beautiful shots …

All in all, a truely incredible day.

Happy Monday x L


14 comments on “Scotland’s Glen Coe, Highlands and Loch Ness

  1. I have been here.. yes I agree with you.. a must visit place.


  2. Just put up another post about Edinburgh! Thank you for linking to my page 🙂


  3. Nice photos, Louise. Beautiful area. Thanks for stopping by Humorous Interludes. BTW, since you are into photography, I thought I’d mention that I have a photoblog at if you are interested in seeing some of my photos.


  4. It’s wonderful scenery, isn’t it? Dire weather, though 🙂 Many years since I’ve been up that way and I’d love to go back.


  5. Your pictures are lovely. I haven’t been to Scotland yet but it’s been on my list for a while. After seeing this post, I think it’s been bumped up to the top 😉


  6. Beautiful photographs and love the blog! Travel safely in your wanderings and thank you so very much for stopping by my page.


  7. Thanks for sharing this story and the pix with us, it’s all very lovely and raw 🙂


  8. Chris Jordan

    Thanks for sharing the photos – love them! I want to visit Scotland one day… my dad’s parents came over here to Canada from there many years ago…

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