Cruise to the island jewel in the Loch Lomond Crown. Inchcailloch is one of the hidden gems in the National Park. Jump on shore for woodland walks, beach time fun and an abundance of birdlife and fauna. A true "Famous Five" adventure island!
Sail from Luss through Loch Lomond’s island jewels and visit the beautiful Inchcailloch –‘Isle of the Cowled Woman’.
Explore our ‘Treasure Island' and picnic or bbq on its peaceful shores, refreshments can be purchased in Luss Village Shop or treat yourself to a seafood hamper from the Luss Seafood Bar!
Inchcailloch on the Highland Boundary Fault is one of the hidden gems in the National Park with something for everyone. Time ashore for a picnic on the beach or woodland walks. Departure times allow for half or full day on this ‘Famous Five’ adventure island.
On this cruise you can explore the special habitats of this National Nature Reserve. The island supports wildlife including otter and fallow deer, as well as native and migrant birds including woodpecker, siskin, gold crest, crossbill, osprey and even capercaillie, to name but a few.
Saint Kentigerna supposedly set up a nunnery here and was buried on the island in 734 AD – hence its name. Take a gentle stroll and see what else you can find in the Burial Ground via Coffin Valley.
Whatever the season Loch Lomond has a magic that has drawn walkers, climbers, cyclists, wildlife enthusiasts and adventurers for hundreds of years. Whether you're looking to discover exhilarating walks or take in the spectacular views from the surrounding hills, cycle the network of paths or explore the islands, Cruise Loch Lomond will help you get there. With eight passenger cruise boats on Loch Lomond and five departure points at Luss, Tarbet, Rowardennan, Balmaha and Inversnaid there are plenty of cruise options to choose from. Tickets bought online, by phone or loch side outlets.
Departs: Luss, Tarbet
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