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We went on the Glencoe/ Loch Ness tour in late August 2021 and thoroughly enjoyed it. Our driver & tour guide Paul was so friendly, and made the trip so interesting with all the facts he told us during the day. Each stop was beautiful and we saw some amazing spots in the highlands. Loch Ness boat tour was very fun. I would advise bringing snacks and sandwiches as the only downside is that lunch stops are busy with other tour buses and can be tight for time. Overall we had a love day and Paul was a wonderful guide. Will definitely be back to the highlands. Some really stunning spots on this trip. Thanks!

The day was filled with multiple new experiences, first it started with a mesmerizing drive to Glencoe with Paul's interesting stories and music in between, thanks for that Paul!! And then the ferry ride in Loch Ness and some stories of it. Cherry on the cake was the last unexpected ride into Queensferry Bridge on the way back to Edinburgh. The tour was well managed, coordinated and planned. Once again thanks for making it wonderful Paul.

I went on this tour with two teens and everything was just great. Getting g to see and feed the coos, the breath taking views and being able to see the peak of Ben Nevis was just spectacular. Would highly recommend this. We opted to go on the Loch ness tour as well but that sneaky old Nessie was playing hide and seek with us, but I'm sure we'll catch a glimpse next time.

Neil was brilliant! He comfortably filled the day with great information, funny facts and a faultless playlist that accompanied the journey! You really get loads for the money and we would definitely recommend the boat trip. We were extremely lucky with the weather but would still recommend to take layers. Enjoy!

Paul is a good guide and very knowledgeable. Had an Amazing time and learnt a lot about Scottish history. Many thanks