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Wednesday, 27 April 2011 22:20

Loch Lomond Tour

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Start from the Glasgow Area. The tour can be altered from a 2 day to a 1 day trip if required, but to truly experience the area that gave us the song “Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond”, we would suggest the full 2 days.
Loch Lomond ShoresDay 1
En route, visit Dumbarton Castle steeped in history and prominence in the area. Visit Balloch where you can make a stop for interesting Scottish themed gifts or clothing. If travelling with children, there are both Sea Life and Birds of Prey centres nearby.

Stop for lunch at the Drovers Inn where you can also take a walk up to the Falls of Falloch, made famous by Rob Roy.

Take Pictures along the loch or relax on one of the beaches. Stay the night in the area.


Day 2
Do a Boat trip on the loch or any of the other water sports on offer.
Have lunch in one of the many restaurants or pubs along the road
Spend the rest of your time taking in the beautiful scenery. If you are a keen photographer, you will be spoiled. Return to Glasgow or carryon your tour of Scotland.





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