The Highlands is the Scotland of your imagination, an unspoilt ancient region where the landscape and raw nature of beautiful lochs, mountains, and glens are sure to take your breath away. Scotland’s most famous body of water is Loch Ness, with its legendary tales of a monster affectionately called “Nessie” and beautiful scenery throughout, this has become one of Scotland’s most visited spots. This freshwater loch stretches 37 kilometres and contains more fresh water than all the lakes in England and Wales combined. Visiting Loch Ness is a truly memorable experience.
This tour also visits the one of the residences of the British Royal Family, Balmoral Castle. This castle upon being built by Prince Albert and Queen Victoria quickly became there Scottish Highland retreat. The prince loved the surroundings and spent many days hunting nearby whilst Queen Victoria would take long walks for up to four hours at a time daily. Their love for Scotland and the Highlands was evident with them spending up to four months each year at Balmoral.Ask a Question Get a Quote
Evening: Departure from your school and overnight travel by coach into Scotland.
Morning: Arrival in the historic city of Stirling in the morning for breakfast visits to The National Wallace Monument followed by a visit to Stirling Castle.
Afternoon: Spend the afternoon visiting one of Scotland’s most famous castles and monument.
Evening: Check-in and overnight stay in accommodation in Stirling. Evening activities available upon request.
Morning: After breakfast, travel North to Loch Ness with a stop at Fort William en-route.
Afternoon: Spend the afternoon enjoying the stunning scenery around Loch Ness. Boat cruises, hiking, and other activities are available around the loch.
Evening: Check-in at accommodation in the Inverness area for overnight stay .
Morning: After breakfast, group checks-out of accommodation and travel to Balmoral Castle.
Afternoon: Enjoy visiting the residence of the British Royal Family.Late afternoon departure and travel South to Stirling to accommodation for overnight stay.
Evening: Overnight stay in Stirling
Morning: After breakfast, group checks-out of accommodation and travel South back into England.
Afternoon: Arrival back at school in the late afternoon or evening.