It is often described as large, long-necked, and with one or more humps protruding from the water.
Reports of a monster inhabiting Loch Ness date back to ancient times. Notably, local stone carvings by the Pict depict a mysterious beast with flippers. The Loch Ness area attracted hoards of monster hunters when the now famous "surgeons" photograph was taken in 1934.
There's a magic in the misty air around Loch Ness. A sense of the unknown that almost crawls over the Loch in tandem with the fingers of fog that brush the water. If you are the one to find it you'll become a legend! If not, it's still a beautiful slice of the Scottish Highlands well worth visiting for a day out, and you'll be sure to capture the imagination of the little ones if you have any to take along for the trip.Book Now
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There's been much speculation over the monster for the best part of the last century. There's only one way to find out, go and see for yourself.
It's around a 3.5 hour drive from Glasgow.
There is a small concession fee of around £7.50 but with our selected tours that's included in the price. You'll also get a wonderfully charming narration and learn all about the ins and outs of the mystical tales surrounding the Loch Ness monster!
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