This is a diverse area of rich culture and contrasts. For those who love nature and the outdoors, it offers forest parks and colourful floral gardens, beautiful islands each full of individual character and abundant wildlife. For lovers of history, there is an unparalleled range of historic sites including castles, monuments and historic houses where Scotland’s turbulent past, clan heritage and rich history will delight the visitor. You can take to the seas to explore the rugged coast of Argyll, or take a more relaxing cruise on some of the most famous lochs in Scotland. You can also visit many of the area’s internationally famous distilleries to see how our national drink is made. Whatever your interests, you’re sure to have a packed itinerary.
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park is particularly dedicated to promoting and implementing the environmental sustainability of the park. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park carry out various projects to enhance people’s knowledge about how to best take care of the natural environment of the park to ensure generations to come will be able to enjoy it’s beauty in the future.