Tales of a monster living in the depths of the lake have been around since the 7-th century and ever since the legend of Nessie ( Niseag ) is alive and attracting thousands of myth-followers to the Loch Ness.
From using man watch with binoculars and cameras in the beginning of the 20-th century to sonar and submarine studies in recent times, the area of the Loch Ness lake has been a subject to numerous expeditions in search of the notorious monster. There have been some challenging evidences of presence of unexplained large objects in the lake, but much is left for the imagination. Probable proofs for the existence of Nessie in form of pictures, video and even sonar footage have been constantly questioned by scientists, and as Nessie is still skillfully avoiding being caught for ages, she has proven to be a worthy catch.
Up to date the existence of the monster has not yet been officially proven or denied categorically. However, existing or not, Nessie has become a legend, intriguing people's imagination and attracting travellers and adventurers from all over the world.
If you like tales and legends visit the Loch Ness and take a stare into the water surface. Drink a beer at any of the local pubs and listen to the stories of the locals - even if you do not see Nessie, you will surely feel the spirit of the area and will enjoy an experience like no other.