On this tour we visit the idyllic Bonnie banks of Loch Lomond, and the picturesque conservation village of Luss. Journey along the scenic back roads to the enchanting highland town of Inveraray. And travel to the high mountain pass at the Rest and be Thankful, to view the spectacular vistas and ancient military road.


Tour Highlights


  • Loch Lomond
  • St Conan’s Kirk
  • Kilchurn Castle (viewpoint)
  • Inveraray Castle
  • The Rest and be Thankful
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You will be greeted at the port by your own personal kilted driver/guide. Who shall then transport you to the beautiful highlands of Scotland. Firstly we visit the idyllic conservation village of Luss, situated on the “Bonnie Bonnie” banks of Loch Lomond. As you wander along the picturesque village and quaint stone cottages, you arrive at the village Kirk ( church) and it’s fascinating churchyard to view the Kirk’s 11th century Viking hogs-back gravestone, a reminder of times when Vikings once plundered local communities in this area. From the churchyard, we then wander onto the village pier to view the stunning vistas that surround Loch Lomond including magnificent mountains and the lochs many islands known as Inch’s.

Continuing on from Luss, we follow the shore’s of Loch Lomond and into the highlands where the landscape gives way to dramatic high mountaintops and wide open spaces. As we drive further into the Highland’s we arrive at the popular highland village of Tyndrum, where we take a quick rest stop at the iconic Green Welly. From here we then travel along the scenic back roads through Glen Lochy, to visit the enchanting and historic St Conan’s Kirk, then make a photo stop to view the impressive 15th-century Kilchurn Castle, once an ancient stronghold of the Clan Campbell. Sticking to the scenic back roads we then drive to the pretty Highland town of Inverary. Here you will have free time to explore the local attractions, including the splendid Inverary Castle, current home of the ” Duke of Argyll” or perhaps enjoy lunch at the excellent 18th century George Hotel. If the weather is kind, why not enjoy some traditional fish & chips on the shores of Loch Fyne

In the afternoon we leave Inverary, and take a leisurely drive along the shores of Loch Fyne, to view the scenic ” the Rest and be Thankful” mountain pass and old military road, constructed by soldiers in 1753. We then make our way back to port passing Loch Lomond, along the way but from a different prospective.


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