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Welcome to South Loch Ness, Scotland, a world class tourism destination and an area of great diversity and outstanding natural beauty that covers an area from Inverness in the north, and follows the entire length of the wild and rugged south eastern shoreline of Loch Ness all the way to Fort Augustus in the south, and eastwards to Daviot through fertile farmland and the scattered communities in Strathnairn.
The area has been referred to as the Scottish "Lake District" so numerous and spectacular are the Lochs and landscape in this part of the Highlands. An undiscovered, unspoilt land of craggy hills, lochs, tumbling waters and heather moors will delight and inspire all who value true wilderness, yet so close the Highland capital city of Inverness.
You will find a great deal of outdoor activities & events available here, including, a "Man Versus Horse" race! The worlds most scenic Marathon and Half Marathon. The very best Loch Ness Cruises and Tours, climbing, Deer Spotting, walking notably on the new South Loch Ness Trail, wildlife guides, first class golf courses, water sports facilities within easy reach. We have pet friendly accommodation including holiday hotels, guesthouses, bed and breakfasts, and self catering cottages, lodges, and chalets, to suit all budgets. Visit the Loch Ness Monster Exhibition and shopping complex, whisky shop, restaurant, heraldry, gift shops at the Drumnadrochit Hotel.
The locals and businesses alike, proudly call this part of Scotland "special" and work hard to preserve and protect the local environment. We actively encourage environmentally friendly, green tourism business, in a determined effort to preserve this unspoilt corner of the Scottish Highlands for generations to come, hence our "walk on the wildside" image, which is widely acknowledged throughout the Inverness and Loch Ness region as a sign of the environmentally aware communities of South Loch Ness.
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