Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Loch Ness, Glencoe and the Highlands Small Group Day Trip from Edinburgh. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
My family, 2 teenagers went on this tour. We hall really enjoyed this tour and found Scotland a beautiful place.
Fantastic tour, great guide and very informative.
Beautiful scenery, we would highly recommend this tour if you are short for time and can't travel to the towns at your own leisure.
What a great trip!!! We truly saw Scotland in one day. Karen-our guide, was full of great information and made the drives super fun. The highlights for us were seeing the Glencoe area and stopping for lunch in Loch Ness. We really had a great time. And again, Karen was a great host!!
This is the second time I've used Viator for local touring overseas and cannot imagine a better experience. The local guide for the Highlands was fabulous, being very knowledgeable and energetic throughout the long day. Emily's enthusiasm for Scotland was contagious, and her answers to our group's questions insightful. There were plenty of photo, food/coffee and restroom stops. I highly recommend!
I really enjoyed my trip and I can highly recommend our lovely guide Karen. She was an amazing guide.
Fantastic-we had a great guide (Pete)too. Fun with such witty commentary. Made the whole trip a real learning experience ,many climate changes ,but it didn't matter.
We loved the tour, the places were marvellous and our guide Al was fantastic! We will recommend it to all our friends who are thinking of visiting Edinburgh.Thanks.
Tour was fantastic. Great way to see the highlands and learnt so much of the history. I would recommend this trip to anyone.
MAC was the best tour guide Ever!!! A great tour including the beautiful scenery of the highlands, and hearing tales of the exciting scottish history enhanced with authentic scottish folk music and MAC who played the bagpipes for us!! One of the best tours I've been on by far :D
The sceneries were just splendid and Mike was an amazing and extremely interesting guide. I warmly recommend it
Really lovely trip. Our guide was hilarious and made the day extra fun even with cold weather!
Fantastic.We had a young lady driver who comentated for the who journey there and back!! so much knowledge and a very good driver.We learnt so much about Scotland and the Highlands, and although the weather was not good we saw some spectacular sights and had a great boat trip which again was very informative.we will go back to the highlands one day and spend more time there.Trip also good value and well worth a whole day out thanks Rabbies and Laura
Good tour. It was a long day by the time we were back in Edinburgh but it was well worth it. Rabbis tour company does a good job and is very well respected. Our tour guide had plenty of photo op stops for us along with comfort stops (bathroom, or food/drink) in cute little towns. I was very comfortable with the group, and the guide really got us to know one another. Guide had a lot of knowledge of the areas that we drove through, but also had traditional music for us to listen to as well. Comfortable tour van with lots of space and lots of windows! I would probably do this tour again if I am back in Scotland :)
We booked our trip through Viator because of a great two for one deal but Rabbie's was the operator. Our driver and guide was Jamie and he was really one of the best we have encountered. We learned more Scottish history from him in a relaxed and amusing way than on all the rest of our long weekend in Edinburgh. Jamie also tied in pop culture including modern movies like Mel Gibson's Braveheart and Liam Neesons's Rob Roy , Scottish folktales and fairy tales including Kelpies, and of course, whiskey. His conversational and engaging dialogue made the long drive great. He also gave us great insights like where to eat at Fort Augustine and where to avoid and was right on the mark. A couple of tips: Tip:#1: Rabbie's Trail Burners office is actually inside a No.1 Currency Exchange on the Royal Mile, across the street from Subway. Tip #2: The Ncek Deli, which I think used to be the Crown Deli, has quick and great lunches to go for the boat tour of Loch Ness. We tried the jacket potatoes with coronation chicken; absolutely delicious. Bottom Line: Great way to get out outside of Edinburgh and see some of the great Scottish Highlands and Loch Ness.