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Whisky in the Wilds of Scotland
|Whisky in the Wild Tour Details|
|Leave & Return||Balloch, Loch Lomond|
|Tour Duration||6 hours|
|Start & Finish||9am - 3pm|
|Price||£55 per person|
|Book Your Tour Here|
- You get to drink whisky
- Scenic whisky distillery
- 45 minute tour with 1 whisky included
- Sightseeing nature walk... with whisky
- Great views of Loch Lomond
- Spectacular Scottish scenery
- Scenic single track roads
Oh... and we make you a short video of your day out exploring, so you can share it with all your friends
|And a few more Highlights|
- 2-3 hours Scenic Walking (approx)
- We get out, We Walk & We Experience
- Extra Small, inclusive and personable
- Group tours for up to 8 passengers
- Travel through Scotland's first National Park
- Departing from within the National Park
Our Whisky in the Wild Day Tour starts at the Visit Scotland Information centre in Balloch, across the road from Balloch Train Station. Making this tour a great choice, if traveling in from Glasgow or Edinburgh
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What makes our Whisky in the Wilds so Great
We go #Sightdoing!
Our Tours are different from other bus trips
We focus on getting out and really experiencing the spectacular landscape and immersing ourselves in it's surroundings.
We get out and go for walks, learn about the area, learn the history, enjoy the culture and bond with our fellow visitors.
We don't just go Sightseeing, we take part in #Sightdoing.
Where we go and what we do
On our day together, we will visit a beautiful area next to Loch Lomond, where we will get out and go for a fantastic scenic hike, with world class views, looking out over Loch Lomond and all of it's islands.
There will be talk of wildlife, history, geology and more.
During the hike, to reward you for your efforts, you will receive a warming dram of Whisky, which should get you in the mood for your next part of the day. A visit to a remote Scottish Distillery.
We will finish our hike and drive towards one of the most scenic Distilleries to be found anywhere in Scotland, where you will have a tour of the distillery and another delicious Whisky.
- Whisky Distillery Tour with 1 Whisky
- Guided Tour in a comfortable VW Transporter
- Services of a knowledgeable & professional Guide
- Refreshments and Snacks (Please bring your own lunch)
- Fully Guided Walk in a Stunning location
- A short Video personalised for your day out
- Guaranteed Departure when 2 Travellers are booked on
- A fun day in the beauty of Loch Lomond & the Trossachs
Extra Small Group Touring
All our National Park Tours are in a comfortable 9 seater Volkswagen Transporter, ensuring group numbers are kept low and your experience is more personable & inclusive.
Our Tours start locally
Our Whisky in the Wild day out starts locally, at Loch Lomond, meaning less time driving and more time Exploring.
Our excursion starts at the Visit Scotland Information centre in Balloch across from Balloch Train Station.
The National Park
Scotland's first ever National Park was founded in 2002, though the scenic beauty, lovely villages, wonderful locals, wildlife and all the other magical qualities which make this one of the best places to visit in Scotland have been here for a lot longer.
How big is the park?
Covering 720 square miles, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park is a fair old size and has a diverse range of landscape and sightseeing opportunities. From the bonnie bonnie banks of Scotland's largest Loch (Lake), Loch Lomond, at 44 sq miles (71 sq km), to the rugged tops of the Arrochar Alps and the scenic single track roads of the Trossachs to name just a few.
Loch Lomond's a Special Place
Loch Lomond boasts a lot of British records, it's the largest fresh water Loch (Lake), it has the most islands of any fresh water Loch and also the largest fresh water island in Inchmurrin. Most of the islands are uninhabited and filled with wildlife such as Fallow Deer, Roe Deer, Ospreys, Peregrine falcons, Otters, Capercaillie and..... Wallabies!?
On our excursions, we go out for walks in the beautiful countryside, and as it's in Scotland, the weather can sometimes be a little wet and the terrain can be a wee bit slippy. Due to this, we recommend you bring some light waterproof clothing, dress in layers and bring a comfortable pair of walking boots/shoes. There is enough room for you to be able to bring a good sized rucksack on the trip.
Is this Tour for you?
Before booking on to our tour, please remember that this is an Active Sightseeing tour and might not be for everyone. The walk on this tour will take approximately 2.5 hours.
Before booking on, please ask yourself,
Can I and everyone in my group comfortably walk for up to 3 hours?