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Experience Scotland's Wild

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Enjoy our Small Group, Active Sightseeing Tour, around Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.  

We designed our 1 day mini adventure, to allow visitors to immerse themselves in this great location. We don't believe you should just see the sights, we believe you should experience the sights.

Sightdoing Highlights

  • Loch Lomond
  • Scenic Hill Walk
  • Aberfoyle
  • Rob Roy Country
  • Waterfalls
  • Single track road
  • Deep Scottish Glens

Join us 

All our Active Sightseeing Tours are for up to 8 visitors, ensuring the Tour is intimate and personable.

We have leisurely scenic walk of around 3 hours in one of the many beautiful areas of the National Park

We're proud to say our day tour starts from within the National Park.

This is an Active Sightseeing Tour, or as we like to call it, Sightdoing.  Please look at our videos and reviews on TripAdvisor.

You will have an informative, friendly and professional local guide showing you around Loch Lomond and the Trossachs

Free drinks and snacks will be provided on your Tour

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs

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.

Experience the best of over 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 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, Wild Goats, Ospreys, Peregrine falcons, Otters, Capercaillie and..... Wallabies!?

If you would like more information on this spectacular location, Check out our Scotland's Wild, Loch Lomond and Trossachs Blog Posts

If experiencing Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National park is for you, you can either book online at or by giving us a call on +44 1389 513 467 alternatively you can get in touch by emailing us at

Extra Information

Our Active Sightseeing Tour departs from the Visit Scotland Information Centre in Balloch

Visit Scotland information Centre
The Old Station Building,
Balloch Rd,
G83 8LQ

Click here for a map of the start location 

Directions to Departure Location
Turn right if you're getting of the train, and the visitor centre is across the road and directly in front of you.

If you are coming from the West, A82 direction, as you come down Balloch Road, the visitor centre will be on you left, opposite Balloch train Station, if you need, there is a car park at the next left, directly after the visit centre, before you go over the bridge. The car parking is free

If you are coming from the East, A811 road, turn right onto Drymen Road and continue on to Balloch Road. After you go over the bridge the visitor centre will be on your right hand side opposite the train station, If you need car parking, take the right hand turn directly after the you go over the bridge and just before the visitor centre. The car parking is free

If you are arriving in Balloch by Train, you can find up to date timetables here at

If you need any help, you can give phone us on +44 1389 513 467

Return Location
The return Location is also the Visit Scotland Information Centre in Balloch

Contact & Booking

Experience Scotland's Wild
Strathleven House
G82 3PD

T:01389 513467
email enquiries
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