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Loch Ness is among the most popular and most visited site thanks to its mythical dweller, the Loch Ness Monster, and thousands of people every year try to spot the beloved Nessie. Loch Ness also has the Loch Ness Exhibition Centre, where you can learn more about the monster and look at their handsome display of Loch Ness photos.
These small, red squirrels are now on the brink of extinction. These red squirrels can be seen in the Highlands, particularly at Carrbridge’s Landmark Forest Theme Park. The theme park offers fun water rides and trails, perfect for the whole family.
Ptarmigan is Great Britain’s highest elevated restaurant, rising around 3,600 feet above sea level. It is located at Cairngorm Mountain. To go here, you can travel by road from Aviemore, which is about 9 miles away.
With 47 distilleries spread across the region, the Highlands is Scotland's largest geographical whiskey-producing area – particularly good news if you like a dram of Scotland’s favourite drink. This also makes the region a tourism hotspot, with many tourists keen to sample the local produce.