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Caledonian Canal

Scotland
+44 1463 236328
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USD 38.81*
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Caledonian Canal and Loch Ness Sightseeing Cruise including Urquhart Castle
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The Complete Loch Ness Experience Day Tour from Inverness
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Cruise the Caledonian Canal, Sail Loch Ness and View Urquhart Castle
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  • Average4%
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“lock keepers” (14 reviews)
“laggan locks” (8 reviews)
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1 - 10 of 101 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago

We have been going to the Norfolk Broads for nearly 30 years now and have our own boat there, but from the very first time we hired I have always had this fascination with the Caledonian Canal and the Scotish Lochs and at the Start...More

Thank zacthedog
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Whiling away the time watching a large (for waterways) cruise boat come down this multi stepped shipping/boating canal to Loch Ness was fun. A very up close and personal experience watching this engineering marvel.

Thank codym481
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Took Kingfisher boat from Laggan Locks. Tesco delivery very helpful and set out heading easy. Glengarry Castle hotel pontoon about 5 minute walk to hotel. Bit wet underfoot but worth a visit. Next stop Fort Augustus. 3 hour wait for locks frustrating and when got...More

Thank vikstiks
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A canal trip on a converted barge, the Fingal, met our needs for an active. stress free vacation. Each evening,: the skipper laid out the plans for the next day. The chef prepared 5 star quality meals. The naturalist led interesting walks, bike rides, and...More

1  Thank LouiseLouisiana
Reviewed 18 May 2017

Whether you ride the canal on a boat or drive the A82 along Loch Ness and on south, you will have amazing views of the Glen (valley). Gorgeous mountains, waterfalls, and of course the canal waterway itself. We took the 4-hour Jacobite cruise from Dochgarroch...More

Thank Joel W
Reviewed 17 May 2017

Just spent a few days with Caledonia Discovery aboard the Fingal of Caledonia cruising the Caledonian Canal. What a great way to travel, 6 miles per hour flat out. I'm already planning my next trip with them.

1  Thank CW8_Cid
Reviewed 17 April 2017

Husband and I did this trip for a second time. Used West Highland Sailing this time instead of Caley Cruisers. Liked the fact that you start your journey at Laggan which saves doing Loch Ness.

Thank TheoNick
Reviewed 10 April 2017 via mobile

Came here as part of the Lochness day tour from Edinburgh. It's interesting to see how the gates open to let the ships in. Worth a visit.

Thank JustLoveToFly
Reviewed 16 February 2017

Another must go attraction. Look at the canal and imagine the huge ships that came through scotland using this canal, going through all the locks which connects the canal to ll of the Lochs.

Thank Rod M
Reviewed 18 January 2017

Located in a gorgeous location, the canal offers a great view of the surrounding landscape and of course; Ben Nevis. Superb place for a run, stroll or simply to get some fresh air.

Thank DeplorableTom
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.10 km away
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.13 km away
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The Clansman Centre
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.10 km away
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charlottewendy
What are the best rooms?
14 September 2016|
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Response from XXV25 | Reviewed this property |
This is a canal, not a hotel but if you're asking where would be best to stay, if suggest either Fort William or Inverness. There are many different types of accommodation available all along the length of the canal... More
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