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Caledonian Canal

Hear the call of Scottish lairds on the majestic Caledonian Canal

The Scottish Highlands create a backdrop of incredible beauty on Caledonian canal cruises! Much of your time will be spent on lakes (lochs) embraced in the rugged valleys along the Great Glen, a geologic fault line that shaped the landscape of the region. The Highlands are a unique place in the world, replete with hilltop castles, quiet waterside towns, lake resorts, friendly pubs and mournful bagpipes!
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Great for... 
  • Spectacular mountain scenary
  • Hiking & hill walking
  • Whiskey distilleriy tours
  • Fishing, wildlife & bird-watching
  • Loch-Ness monster-spotting

Useful Info for the Scotland

Top 10 secret gems of the Caledonian Canal

Banavie’s distilleries; Great Glen Water Park; Urquhart Castle; Clansman Centre in Fort Augustus; Loch Ness Visitor Centre; Inverness’s Fortrose Cathedral; West Highland Railway; cycling Ben Nevis; Inverness’s Cawdor Castle; Fort William’s West Highland Museum.

Similar Regions: 

If you like the look of Scotland, why not exploring similar cruising destinations nearby like Ireland.

Transfer Services

We will happily arrange taxi transfer between our bases and your airport or train station. Because we do this a lot, we can usually obtain a better rate than individual travellers.

Getting to: 
By road: 
  • GPS: W4° 49.576` / N57° 1.575`
  • Highway A82, exit Spean Bridge" (25 km away) or exit "Invergarry" (10 km away)"
By train: 
  • Spean Bridge (24km)
  • Inverness (65km)
  • Fort William (40km)
By air: 
  • Inverness (80km)