Scottish tours and Shore Excursions

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Loch Ness
Is Nessie at the end of that rainbow?
Urquhart Castle
Culloden Battlefield Monument
Cawdor Castle

No trip to the Highlands of Scotland are complete without a trip to Loch Ness, whether you would like to hunt for the elusive monster or marvel at the scenery and castles that dot this landscape. This tour is operated by Invergordon Tours and you will be met at the port and escorted to your luxury air conditioned 29 seater mini coach (max 27 guests). 

Why Choose This Tour:

  • Enjoy a Cruise on Loch Ness to Urquhart Castle
  • Inverness
  • Culloden Battlefield (view)
  • Cawdor Castle
  • Inverness
  • Beautiful Highland views 


We aim to leave the port at 8.30am sharp however should your ship have a later arrival time

Cruise on Loch Ness from the Clansman Harbour to Urquhart Castle by boat for a 60-minute cruise on the world famous loch. Will you be the one to make history and spot Nessie (and have photographic proof). The surrounds of Loch Ness are stunning and you will enjoy the ruined Urquhart Castle which has had a very dramatic history including raids by the MacDonalds. It has be in a ruined state since the first Jacobite Rebellion in 1692..

You will then be collected from Urquhart by your guide and coach and make your way to Inverness where you will have an hour to enjoy sights such as Inverness Castle, St Andrew's Cathedral, The Old Victorian Market and there's even an option to visit Highland House of Fraser and see kilts being made (there's a small charge of £2.50 for this if you decide to do it). Inverness is also a great place to grab some lunch and we'll be happy to make suggestions as to where to go or book you into a restaurant.

We will then depart Inverness and take the scenic drive passed Culloden Battlefield on our way to Cawdor Castle.

Once at Cawdor Castle, you will have 1.5hrs to peruse the castle, gardens and grounds. They also serve delicious food, teas, coffees and home baking.

We will depart from Cawdor Castle making our way back for the port taking the scenic route over the Black Isle, passing the Cromarty Firth with opportunities to potentially see seals basking in the sunshine (depending on the tides and if the sun decides to come out).

Please note these times are just a guideline and the order of the tour may change but it will include all of these stops.

Most importantly we will have you back on board in plenty time for all aboard.

Please book by clicking on the button below:

Duration: 6 - 8 hours

£85 (approx $122) for adults 

£75 (approx $109) for 10-15yr olds
£59 (approx $85) for ages 3-9
$0 ages 0 to 2

Please note that the amount is calculated in GBP and all other currencies are subject to the current exchange rate. 



We not not include meals or entrance outside the itinerary however we can assist in a cost effective solution for your entrance for your whole trip. 


Fun Facts:

  • Currency in Scotland: British Pound (£)
  • Weather: We have quite a wet and mild climate so it is always advisable to bring a rain jacket or umbrella. Suitable footwear is also advisable, nobody wants wet socks :-)
  • Temperature: Average summer temperature is 19°C / 66.2 F
  • Gratutities: It is not complusary to tip in Scotland, however if you feel that the service was deserving, the going rate is 10%. This is not set in stone either but it can assist you in what you wish to contribute.