Scottish tours and Shore Excursions

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Stirling Castle
Stirling Castle is a magnificent fortress, once the pride of all the Kings and Queens of Scotland
Stirling Castle View
The view towards the Trossachs
Meet the Locals
See some Hairy Coos (Highland Cattle) enroute
Loch Lubnaig in the heart of the Trossachs
We stop at the banks of Loch Lubnaig to breath in fresh mountain air and awe at the stunning beauty of the surrounds.
Falls of Falloch
Near Loch Lomond, the Falls are said to have been a favourite place for Rob Roy
Inside the Drovers Inn
Where else can you take a picture with a bear?
Loch Lomond
The view of the Loch from Inveruglas
Slàinte Mhath
We love to toast our trip at Loch Lomond

Join us on our small group tour of Loch Lomond. We take groups of no more than 20 persons at one time so you are sure to have a personalised and relaxed day out on our Stirling and Loch Lomond and the Trossachs Tour.

Why Choose this Tour:

  • See the stunning banks of Loch Lomond
  • Experience a stop at the famous Falls of Falloch (waterfall) where Rob Roy is said to have frequented for a swim.
  • Enjoy a real Scottish pint in none other than the Drovers Inn, unchanged through the centuries and an attraction in its own right.
  • Visit Stirling Castle, one of the most significantly historic castle's in the country and really quite "fit for a Queen".
  • Explore the Trossachs including Loch Lubnaig and some Highland Cows at Kilmahog



  • 8 am Pick up from Greenock Port
  • 9.30am Arrive at the Stirling Castle
  • 11.30am. Leave Stirling Castle, making our way for the Drovers Inn at Inverarnan by Loch Lomond. This is an Inn which was built in 1705 and has not been changed much since. We can have refreshments here. This is a favourite for many of my guests and often missed on larger group excursions.
  • 13.10. Arrive at Drovers Inn. Stay here for 1 hour enjoying the atmosphere and the beautiful waterfalls and scenery which can be seen from here. You can also take your picture with the bear inside. The waiters wear kilts too.
  • 14.10. Leave the Drovers Inn
  • 14.20. Arrive at Inveruglas with arguably the best views of Loch Lomond. Stay here for 10 minutes.
  • 15.40. Arrive back in Greenock and make way for the Lyle Hill. Stay here for 10 - 15 minutes
  • 15.55. Arrive at the Battery Park. Stay here for 30 minutes strolling in the park.
  • 16.25. Leave the Park, making our way back to the ship travelling along the Esplanade route.
  • 16.35. Arrive back at the ship with an hour to spare so that you can comfortably return without stress.

Depending on the consensus of the group there may be the opportunity to include a Whisky Tasting stop and / or stay a little longer at a destination. Any additional costs for entrance are not included in the tour price.

Terms and Conditions:

We cannot accept responsibility for conditions which are outside our control, e.g. the weather, the closure of visitor attractions etc. We reserve the right to alter or cancel our tour itineraries where necessary due to weather conditions, road closures, etc.

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Duration: 6 - 8 hours
  • £55 / $71 / 65 EUR per adult
  • £53 / $69 / 62 EUR per senior (over 60) or student 
  • £35 / $46 / 41 EUR per child (under 15)
Please note that the amount is calculated in GBP and all other currencies are subject to the current exchange rate. 

Important Information


On all our tours we include your guided tour, bottled water, snacks and a complimentary dram of Scotch / children's activity pack.


We not not include meals or entrance however we can assist in a cost effective solution for your entrance for your whole trip. If you are visiting more than one port, please let us know as you may qualify for an Explorer Pass or Scottish Heritage Pass which will save you a lot of money on admission during your stay.



We offer a multilingual service. See the languages we offer below and if you book please put in your requested language in the special requirements field on the booking form.

  • English
  • German
  • French
  • Italian


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.