Campervan Hire Highland

The Scottish Highlands are a natural playground and a delight for avid outdoor adventurers. The big skies, stunning landscape, and friendly locals are all the more reason to hop in your campervan hire and discover scenery that begs to be explored. The turbulent history has left a wealth of crumbling castles nestled between majestic mountains and glittering lochs. The near-endless countryside and unspoiled expanses give way to rolling coastlines, rugged mountains, and rich woodlands. Hike up to the iconic Ben Nevis, try to spot Nessie on a boat ride across Loch Ness or hop on The Jacobite steam train for some of the best views of Scotland. Connect with Camperbug's private campervan owners across the Highlands, including easy pickup points in Nairn, Fort William, Thurso, Dingwall, and Alness. Remain in direct contact throughout and price match with a range of listing owners for low-cost rentals, that don't scrimp on quality and comfort.

  • Landscape and road A832 at Kinlochewe in the Highland region (Scotland).
    • Name:Highland
    • Pop:235,54
    • Photo Credit:W. Bulach
    • Description: Landscape and road A832 at Kinlochewe in the Highland region (Scotland).
    • Lat Long:57.4596° N, 4.2264° W,
    • Places to explore and rent from in Highland

    • Buchan Ness Lighthouse and Island Buchan Ness and the lighthouse are seen here from Boddam.
      • Name:Inverness
      • Pop: 46,870.
      • Photo Credit: Richard Slessor
      • Description:Buchan Ness Lighthouse and Island Buchan Ness and the lighthouse are seen here from Boddam.
      • Lat Long:57.4778° N, 4.2247° W,

      Inverness

    • High point of the Great Glen Way. The stone shelter marks the highest point, 422m, between Fort William and Inverness. Appropriately enough there is a great view of Loch Ness.
      • Name:Fort William
      • Pop: 10,459
      • Photo Credit: Jim Barton
      • Description:High point of the Great Glen Way. The stone shelter marks the highest point, 422m, between Fort William and Inverness. Appropriately enough there is a great view of Loch Ness.
      • Lat Long:56.8198° N, 5.1052° W,

      Fort William

    • Steep shingle storm beach The shingle storm beach alongside a section of the Nairn Golf Course has several ridges and is backed by large stone blocks which provide defence against wave action.
      • Name:Nairn
      • Pop: 9,773
      • Photo Credit: Ian R Maxwell
      • Description:Steep shingle storm beach The shingle storm beach alongside a section of the Nairn Golf Course has several ridges and is backed by large stone blocks which provide defence against wave action.
      • Lat Long:57.5864° N, 3.8685° W,

      Nairn

    • Pillbox at Thurso Bay. A view looking to the northwest from the clifftop path towards a pillbox at Thurso Bay.
      • Name:Thurso
      • Pop: 7,933
      • Photo Credit: Phil Williams
      • Description:Pillbox at Thurso Bay. A view looking to the northwest from the clifftop path towards a pillbox at Thurso Bay.
      • Lat Long:58.5936° N, 3.5221° W,

      Thurso

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