Camping in Scotland and Exploring Loch Ness

Camping is a great way to get away from it all and enjoy a much needed holiday that doesn’t cost the earth and in these pandemic times is one of the best holidays that you can enjoy safely whilst maintaining social distancing, as there is no need to squash onto a coach or a plane.

Make sure you have all you need, such as from somewhere like this camping shop Dublin based and head off on your travels for the great outdoors!

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The Scottish Highlands are the perfect place to get a bit of peace and quiet – enjoy stunning scenic views, exhilarating walks, and the sight of nature in all of its glory. When you head to Scotland, you should also spend some time exploring Loch Ness.

As well as the Loch and the mysterious Nessie, Loch Ness is also home to many other attractions. Visit the pretty Fort Augustus, right at the southern end of Loch Ness. The quiet and laid-back vibe of village life is a great way to recharge the batteries.

Urquhart castle is another place that you should stop and see. The castle is one of the most photographed areas in Scotland and with good reason – standing on the edge of loch ness, the castle is not only beautiful, but also a great place to go to see all of the history in how life was in the last thousand years.

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Loch Ness shores is a great place to camp if you want to base yourself on the edge of the loch, but it is a popular campsite so be prepared to book in advance!