Head away from the hustle and bustle of the city to the depths of the Scottish Highlands on a one-day private guided tour.

Explore the stunning Scottish Highlands and enjoy the sight of soaring mountains and glistening lochs on a tour that takes you to the very heart of of Glencoe. Hear tales from the Scottish clans as you find out about the bloodshed and treachery that roamed the glens in years past.

Tour Highlights

  • Visit the pretty village of Luss on the banks of Loch Lomond
  • See the romantic ruins of Kilchurn Castle
  • Walk around the eccentric St Conan’s Kirk
  • Look out across the Glen of Weeping
  • Admire the view of the Three Sisters of Glencoe
Kilchurn Castle on the bank of Loch Awe
Kilchurn Castle on the banks of Loch Awe

Leaving the bustle of Glasgow behind you soon enter the tranquillity of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. Stopping at the loch-side village of Luss, stretch your legs and look out across Loch Lomond, the largest loch in Scotland.

Continuing you’ll travel alongside tree-lined lochs with mountains towering above before heading in to the depths of Clan Campbell territory and learning about their influence on Scottish history. You will follow in the footsteps of Robert the Bruce, who faced heroic battles in these Highland glens and hear tales of fierce clan battles.

Your journey through Argyll takes you to St Conan’s Kirk, a beautiful, and somewhat eccentric church, sat on a crag high above the waters of Loch Awe. Whilst the romantic ruins of Kilchurn Castle sit on an island jutting out in to the loch.

Driving through the Pass of Brander you soon cross Loch Etive, heading northwards past Castle Stalker (made famous in the film Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Here you will hear about the true story of James of the Glen and the Appin Murder, later featured in the novel Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson.

Arriving in Glen Coe you will see the full drama of the mountains towering either side. There will be plenty of time to explore the excellent National Trust for Scotland Visitor Centre, which describes the natural history and geology of the area, as well as events leading up to the Glencoe Massacre.

From here, sit back and enjoy the scenery as you cross remote Rannoch Moor on your return journey to Glasgow arriving back at your pick-up point in the early evening.

Tour Times

Departure from the Glasgow area in the morning at a time to suit you. Tour is approximately 9 hours.

Start Point

Pick up and return from your accommodation anywhere in Glasgow and the surrounding area.


This tour is suitable for all ages but bear in mind it involves a significant time in the vehicle.

How much?

This driver-guided tour starts from £460 and is dependent on group size (max 8 guests).

What’s included

All transportation, fuel and parking in either a large saloon or a 9-seater MPV

Complimentary fruit, snacks and water

Services of a fully qualified expert guide

Entry to St Conan’s Kirk and the NTS Glencoe Visitor Centre

What’s NOT included

Lunch and refreshments

Entry to any local attractions not listed under what’s included