The following barges cruise in this area:
Join us and discover the magic of the Scottish
Highlands aboard the deluxe Scottish Highlander.
Hillsides covered with heather, mystical
castles, tartan galore and fine whisky will
all help to reassure you that, yes, you’re in
Price Range (per person) and Maximum number of guests
Where is it?
The Caledonian Canal is in
the north of Scotland.
It runs between Fort William
What are the cruises like?
natural beauty. The majestic cruise route
guests to explore all that is wonderful about
Scotland; heather covered mountains, abundant
nature, craggy castles, real Scottish pubs,
and—of course—many excellent
Let yourself experience
the amazing tranquility that can be experienced
on the numerous deep and mysterious
‘lochs’ (lakes) that you’ll encounter on this cruise.
This is the ultimate escape from a noisy city
lifestyle, hectic schedules and stress-filled
How does this canal compare with others in Europe?
has a special atmosphere all of her
Watched over by the majestic Scottish
Highlands she has a grand and yet beautifully
wild atmosphere unlike any other waterway.
You’ll feel you’re in a different world.
The only other waterway even slightly comparable to the Caledonian canal is the River Shannon in
, and that’s only in terms of the wonderful wildlife, nature and unpolluted, fresh air that that
you’re sure to enjoy on her cruises. Really there is nowhere else like the Caledonian Canal for marvellous
views and fascinating wildlife that will take your breath away. Golden eagles, stags and
highland cattle are often seen from the barge.
-Because of the amazing scenery, wild
flowers, birds and animals
that you may see—golden eagles, stags and highland cattle. The air
is very clear and fresh.
-Because you love the Scottish culture and history
and wish to learn more about it.
-Because you want to learn more about the Loch Ness Monster
and perhaps see her!?
-Because you’d like to taste the best of Scottish cuisine
and experience the country’s cultural
-Because you’d like to visit mysterious castles, islands, traditional Scottish pubs
and feel like
you’ve escaped from the madness of modern life for a week!