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Discover Loch Lomond and The Trossachs with Experience Scotland's Wild

If you have always wanted to explore Loch Lomond and The Trossachs and discover the stories, scenery and spectacular landscapes which make up the natural wonders of Scotland’s first National Park, then you'll be delighted to hear that a Scottish tour company is now offering full day tours specifically tailored to enjoying this area.

Experience Scotland’s Wild offers small group active sightseeing (or what the company likes to call ‘sightdoing’) tours around Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.

Full day tours pick up from the Visit Scotland Information Centre in Balloch directly across from Balloch Train Station, easily accessible from Glasgow by rail and by car. All National Park Tours are in a 9 seater Volkswagen Transporter which ensures group numbers are kept low, and that the tour experience is comfortable, personable and inclusive.

The tours focus on getting out and really experiencing the spectacular landscape and letting visitors immerse themselves in their surroundings. Visitors have the opportunity to get out and go for walks, learn about the area, learn the history, enjoy the culture and bond with fellow visitors. Not just Sightseeing, but Sightdoing.

John Stevenson of Experience Scotland’s Wild offers several reasons for making Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park a must-visit location on a trip to Scotland:

“There's the beacon of Ben Lomond, conservation village, Luss, the botanic beauty of Benmore, the raging white water from Falls of Dochart, highland estates, Castles, geological pleasures, a large stretch of the West Highland Way, Islands, Glens, Salt Water Lochs and so much more all delightfully combined to make up 720 square miles (1159 square KM) of breath-taking landscape.”

Love Loch Lomond readers can enjoy a 25% discount on an Active Sightseeing Tour around Loch Lomond and The Trossachs. 

BOOK HERE using the promo code LoveLL. Call 00 +44 (0) 1389 513467 for more information.

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