You will want to have your camera at the ready with this 9-hour tour of Stirling Castle, Aberfoyle, Loch Achray and Loch Lomond!
The excitement starts with a pleasant drive to Stirling Castle, the Gateway of the Highlands. This medieval castle was one of the most important ones in Scotland's history due to its strategic location high atop Castle Hill which is surrounded on three sides by steep cliffs. Take advantage of the full 2 hours here to traverse the building and grounds where Mary Queen of Scots was crowned, as well as many other royals. Stand in the vast Great Hall and be sure to check out the Royal Apartments.
Across the valley you will see the National Wallace Monument before heading on to the Highlands and Trossachs. Enjoy a stop at Loch Achray for photos then continue to the quaint village of Aberfoyle for lunch.
From there you will make your way to Loch Lomond for more photos and participate in a short, escorted nature walk or just wander along the lake banks and stop at the Oak Tree for coffee before your scenic ride back to port.
Spectacular lakes and a medieval castle: what could be better? Sign up now for a day in the Scottish Highlands that you will fondly remember for years to come.