Loch Ness Voluntary Payback Scheme
What is the Loch Ness Voluntary Payback Scheme?
The Loch Ness Voluntary Contribution Scheme is a scheme which aims to encourage visitors and local businesses alike to contribute money towards projects which not only help to improve the visitor experience of Loch Ness but also to preserve the natural beauty of the area for future generations.
To make a contribution visitors can pay through the following businesses:
or by e mailing Destination Loch Ness at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on alternative methods of contributing. Or you can go directly to our secure payment gateway to make a donation of your own choosing - DONATE HERE
What projects will my money go towards?
The initial project to benefit from the scheme is the South Loch Ness Trail. The trail, developed by Destination Loch Ness and launched in August 2011, is 28 miles long and extends from near Fort Augustus to Inverness. It is for walkers, cyclists and horse riders alike to enjoy some of the most wild and beautiful landscape around Loch Ness. For more details see Loch Ness Trail
Since the launch, a number of improvements have been made to the Trail but we wish to make many more – put in more interpretation, place benches along the route for people to sit and enjoy the views and also to reduce the amount of road presently used as part of the trail. All this though will only be possible with your assistance as Destination Loch Ness is a small not-for-profit organisation which has simply not the funds to do this alone
So please, help us make Loch Ness a better place for everyone to enjoy. No contribution is too small and all monies received will be used for the benefit of the Trail.
Executive Director - Destination Loch Ness