Have you ever wanted to catch a glimpse of the Loch Ness monster? With our live streaming cameras, you can see how the landscape changes throughout the seasons 365 days a year, spot some local wildlife and maybe even catch sight of the Loch’s most famous inhabitant.
SNAP YOUR SIGHTING... or even just the stunning views!
When viewing the live cameras below you will see a little camera icon appear (bottom right of the screen if you are viewing on desktop), you can use this to capture a screen shot. Share it on your socials and make sure to tag us @visitinvernesslochness
Loch Ness Clansman Hotel
As you are watching for Nessie on this camera you may also see the Loch Ness by Jacobite boats sailing in and out of the harbour.
Lochend is where the Caledonian Canal from Inverness meets Loch Ness.
If you're lucky on the banks of the loch near Fort Augustus you may spot a Highland coo as well as Nessie!
A Loch Ness view from the South side of the Loch in Foyers...is that where Nessie likes to hide?
From the mountain top along the Great Glen Way, maybe you will spot Nessie today!
A unique and breathtaking landscape with captivating and uninterrupted views for miles across the Beauly Firth to Ben Wyvis. Look out for amazing skies and even northern lights!
The feeds you are watching are Visit Inverness Loch Ness live cameras, no personal data is captured or recorded by these cameras. Please be aware that these cameras are not accessible when visiting the area as they are located at private businesses. If you would like to find out more about these businesses (e.g. want to stay there) please see the business links below the cameras. These cameras will show you our destination throughout the year, so there may be times when visibility isn’t great due to the weather conditions, but don’t worry Nessie may still appear! At times due to the weather, internet connection and power at these locations, the transmission of footage may be weak or be lost and therefore the cameras may not be available temporarily.
Screenshots are available, however rewinding, or fast forwarding aren’t.
Use of the feed and footage.
The cameras and footage are owned and operated by Visit Inverness Loch Ness
You are able to Link to our live stream page along with a credit to its source and Visit Inverness Loch Ness
Use of our cameras on any other website is not permitted.
Any questions you may have please get in touch with us via our contacts page.
We are not the experts when it comes to official Nessie sightings! We understand that along side the amazing scenery and landscapes you will see a lot of strange movements on the loch with weather, wildlife and the odd paddleboarder (these can make a great Nessie shadow in the right light!) We have been asked by our friends who own the official Loch Ness Monster sighting register that you remember the cameras will not always give a clear resolution. We want you to spot the mystical legend that is our beloved Nessie but when making an official sighting report you must have footage of clear facial features of an unknown creature in the footage for it to be considered. To report anything you do see of this kind, email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and find Nessie yourself
Searching for Nessie is just one of the many amazing things that you can do at Inverness and Loch Ness. Whether you live for exploring the outdoors, are motivated by historic discovery, inspired by nature or simply want to relax and soak up the spectacular scenery. We have everything you need in one place to plan the perfect holiday, day out or most exciting adventure!