Adult Price from £45
Concessions from £42
Friday and Sunday
10th April to 11th October
This tour gives you the opportunity to see some of Scotland's most stunning lochs as you cross the country to have lunch at the seaside town of Oban. By the end of the day you will have experienced some of Scotland's finest history, scenery and seafood.
The UK's largest inland stretch of water
The longest freshwater loch in Scotland
Stronghold of the clan Campbell
Climb McCaig's Tower and taste delicious seafood
Explore this beautiful loch-side town
Leaving our departure city we head towards Loch Lomond, the largest expanse of fresh water in the country, where we’ll stop off at the stunning conservation village of Luss. Luss is 10 miles south of Tarbet and has been a settlement since medieval times, with the village you see today dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries. The quaint little rows of cottages come alive with the spring flower growth and elaborate flower displays. Whilst here, grab yourself a quick coffee, or why not do a spot of sightseeing over the Loch.
We then head deep into the Highlands, passing through enchanting forestry via Loch Awe, the longest loch in Scotland and jewel in Argyll’s crown. As we continue through the stunning highlands, you are graced with rich history as we catch a glimpse of Kilchurn Castle, best known historically as a stronghold of the Campbell Clan. Perched on the shore of Loch Awe, this castle is possibly one of Scotland’s most scenic fortifications. Leaving this piece of history behind we continue through the Pass of Brander, the location where Robert the Bruce had a notable victory. From here, we’ll head to our next stop of Oban, the star of this tour and lunch stop for the day.
By lunchtime, we'll have reached Oban, a quaint seaside town. Oban, ‘Little Bay’ in Gaelic, is surrounded by miles of dramatic shores and beautiful countryside. Here you'll have ample time to grab a bite to eat, as well as explore the seaside town. Why not climb up to McCaig’s Tower, a prominent landmark, to take in the views over to the Isles of Mull and Kerrera, take a look at the tantalising Falls of Lora or treat yourself by trying some of the freshest seafood you’ll have ever tasted. Why not take yourself along to the Oban distillery, one of the smallest distilleries in Scotland, for a wee dram at their bar.
Although it was raining cats and dogs it was a great tour👍never saw Glencoe like this before😉can totally recommend Highland Experience Tours!
Loved the driver "Lord John"! Very nice person. Knows how to keep people interested and active troughout the long trip!
I have been on several of your tours before and absolutely loved them and your guides. Unfortunately, Norman was extremely boring when he did speak and very monotone. He wasted 45 minutes to an hour driving into Glasgow to pick up one person and then drop her off at the end of the tour. We needed that extra time in Oban since that was also our lunch stop. By the time we ate, we maybe had 20 minutes to look around and get back to the bus. I will not post anything about your company online because your company does not deserve the bad feedback. However, based on this tour I would definitely not recommend it. If I book another tour with your company and get Norman as a guide, I will request my money back.
Would expect a little more time to our stops, we had a feeling we were in a hurry, however a great experience! Thank you!
A great day tour , stunning scenery , a coffee stop by the shores of Loch Lomond , then onwards to beautiful Oban for lunch , Inveraray was very pretty & the scenery out of this world . Our driver / guide was friendly & very knowledgeable , all in all a fab day out , I would highly recommend
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