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West Highland Lochs, Glencoe and Castles Small Group Day Trip from Glasgow

By: Rabbie's
  • Full-day trip from Glasgow to Scotland's West Highlands
  • Small-group tour, with a maximum of 16 passengers, ensures a more personal experience
  • Visit the glen of Glencoe, and Loch Lomond (Scotland's largest freshwater loch)
West Highland Lochs, Glencoe and Castles Small Group Day Trip from Glasgow
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West Highland Lochs, Glencoe and Castles Small Group Day Trip from Glasgow
What could be more quintessentially Scottish than lochs and castles? Travel through the photo-worthy West Highlands, visit the haunting glen of Glencoe and stop at Loch Lomond on this day trip from Glasgow by minivan. Numbers are limited to 16 passengers to ensure a more personalized experience with an informative guide, who offers insightful commentary at Kilchurn Castle, Inveraray town, Castle Stalker and more.
What to Expect

This day trip features the picturesque lochs and historic castles of the West Highlands, with plenty of stops along the way narrated by your knowledgeable guide. After pickup in central Glasgow, get comfortable in your Mercedes van for the scenic drive to Loch Lomond.

You’ll gain intimate knowledge of Scotland on this personalized small-group tour, including the eerie glen of Glencoe, famous as the site of the 1692 Clan MacDonald massacre. Enjoy time exploring the shoreline of beautiful Loch Lomond, Scotland's largest freshwater loch.

Other tour highlights include Inveraray town in Argyll; Loch Awe (Lochawe), Scotland’s longest loch; the ruins of Kilchurn Castle; Castle Stalker, which towers over Loch Laich; the majestic peaks of Buachaille Etive Mor; and the boggy moorland of Rannoch Moor.

You'll reach out-of-the-way places and enjoy multiple photo ops of Scotland's windswept landscape before the return drive to Glasgow.

Winner of the Inaugural Scottish Thistle Award for Sustainable Tourism, October 2007

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1 - 5 of 26 reviews

Reviewed 5 days ago
Fraser, an amazing guide

We were collected in Glasgow by Fraser who was a really friendly and knowledgable guy from the start. He was a very safe driver and gave us a fantastic mix of really interesting history, funny stories and quiet time with beautiful music. The scenery was...More

Thank Monica B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Spoiled us for other tour

Our guide, Grant, was fantastic. Entertaining and informative. He even played Scottish music while we drove. Later we took a one week tour with another company. We kept wishing we had Grant as a guide, and liked the small bus that Rabbies uses. If we...More

Thank dr524
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Highlight of our Scotland trip!

We absolutely loved our tour with Rabbies with Stewart as our guide. He spent time getting to know everyone on the bus and shared lots of interesting stories and facts about each location. The tour had just the right amount of stops - with lots...More

Thank Sandy F
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Wonderful Scottish highland experience!

This was a fantastic tour. Definitely great value for the money. There were a number of interesting stops along the way with a nice balance of different sites including castles, lochs, seaside, and short walks. The guide really made everything come to life. Gordon was...More

2  Thank Diane D
Reviewed 2 July 2018 via mobile
Great tours for the family

Comfortable coach, friendly and informative guide, punctual departure. Highly recommended tour agency for tours to the highlands. Defintely worth the money!

Thank Bennnwjk
Rabbie's, Public Relations Manager at Rabbie's, responded to this reviewResponded 3 July 2018

Hi there, Many thanks for your recommendation, we're glad that you enjoyed everything! All the best, Aimee

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23 July 2018|
Response from Veronica P | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you can see the castle, however there is really no time to go inside. There is no climbing.
7 July 2018|
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Response from walkman6 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, we stopped at Inverary Castle, which was very nice. The bus was very comfortable with several rest stops. I highly recommend the trip.