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All of our tours are 100% Customizable. Our experienced Travel Advisors will be happy to arrange a Personal Itinerary for your dream vacation. Get in touch and a personal travel advisor will contact you directly.

Sample 5 day tour

Day 1: Dublin

You will travel through Dublin city to see historic buildings such as Trinity College, where the Book of Kells is housed; rows of Georgian houses and the new buildings around the Financial Centre beside the River Liffey. Hit the Guinness Storehouse for a pint of the black stuff and pull your own pint! Why not take a tour of Dublin Castle, which was the seat of power and government for many centuries and today plays a leading role in European Union activities.

Highlights Include:

Trinity College Dublin ~  The Book of Kells ~
Temple Bar ~   Guinness Storehouse ~  
Old Jameson Distillery ~  Christchurch Cathedral


Day 2: Cork

You will Depart Dublin and travel through the centre of Ireland, which has some of the best agricultural land in Ireland. You will be stopping for photos at the majestic ruins on the Rock of Cashel. You will continue your drive south and, just a few miles outside Cork city, you will want to visit Blarney Castle to kiss the famous “Stone of Eloquence.” We recommend you stop at the Blarney Woollen Mills where you can find quality Irish made goods of all types to take back home with you.

Highlights Include:

Blarney Castle ~ Blarney Woollen Mills ~
Cork City ~ Kinsale fishing town ~
Old Midleton Whiskey Distillery


Day 3: Kerry

Day 3: KerryToday you will experience one of Ireland’s most stunning scenic drives – the 100 miles long Ring of Kerry. You will inhale the breathtaking sights of the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks as well as coastal views of beaches and cliffs. Learn about the off-shore islands where early Christian monks lived in austere conditions and how they were used as one of the locations for “Star Wars VII” movie. Stop for a stroll around Sneem, with its brightly-painted houses and again at Moll’s Gap for panoramic views of Ireland’s highest mountains and deepest valleys. You will stop and get a flavour of farm life with a sheepdog demonstration of herding flocks, a shearing demonstration and see different breeds of Irish sheep with the Irish farmers at their farm house.

Highlights Include:
The Ring of Kerry ~ Staigue Fort ~
Killarney National Park ~ Muckross House and Gardens ~  Killarney’s Traditional Music Pubs ~ Dingle ~ Tom Creans Pub


Day 4: Clare

You will continue your journey to Clare, and drive north to Tarbert for a 20-minute ferry ride across the wide River Shannon Estuary, the longest river in Ireland or the UK. You will want to continue along the Clare coast to the Cliffs of Moher, a spectacular wall of sandstone that reaches to almost 700 feet above the Atlantic Ocean. Head onto the marketing town of Ennis and then hit Bunratty, visit the Bunratty castle and folk park and maybe stop at Durty Nelly’s to grab some great traditional Irish food.

Highlights Include:

Bunratty Castle ~ Folk Park ~  Cliffs of Moher ~
The Poulnabrone ~ Dolmen  ~ The Burren
Doolin Village


Day 5: Depart from Shannon

This tour can be adjusted if you are departing from Dublin. All of our Tours are 100% Customizable.

Your vacation will end after breakfast today.

Sample 9 day tour

Day 1: Dublin

You will travel through Dublin city to see historic buildings such as Trinity College, where the Book of Kells is housed; rows of Georgian houses and the new buildings around the Financial Centre beside the River Liffey. Hit the Guinness Storehouse for a pint of the black stuff and pull your own pint! Why not take a tour of Dublin Castle, which was the seat of power and government for many centuries and today plays a leading role in European Union activities.

Highlights Include:

Trinity College Dublin ~ The Book of Kells ~
Temple Bar ~ Guinness Storehouse ~
Old Jameson Distillery ~ Christchurch Cathedral

 


Day 2: Cork

You will Depart Dublin and travel through the centre of Ireland, which has some of the best agricultural land in Ireland. You will be stopping for photos at the majestic ruins on the Rock of Cashel. You will continue your drive south and, just a few miles outside Cork city, you will want to visit Blarney Castle to kiss the famous “Stone of Eloquence.” We recommend you stop at the Blarney Woollen Mills where you can find quality Irish made goods of all types to take back home with you.

Highlights Include:

Blarney Castle ~ Blarney Woollen Mills ~
Cork City ~ Kinsale fishing town ~
Old Midleton Whiskey Distillery

 


Day 3/4: Kerry

Today you will experience one of Ireland’s most stunning scenic drives – the 100 miles long Ring of Kerry. You will inhale the breathtaking sights of the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks as well as coastal views of beaches and cliffs. Learn about the off-shore islands where early Christian monks lived in austere conditions and how they were used as one of the locations for “Star Wars VII” movie. Stop for a stroll around Sneem, with its brightly-painted houses and again at Moll’s Gap for panoramic views of Ireland’s highest mountains and deepest valleys. You will stop and get a flavour of farm life with a sheepdog demonstration of herding flocks, a shearing demonstration and see different breeds of Irish sheep with the Irish farmers at their farm house.

Highlights Include:
The Ring of Kerry ~ Staigue Fort ~
Killarney National Park ~ Muckross House and Gardens ~ Killarney’s Traditional Music Pubs ~ Dingle ~ Tom Creans Pub


Day 5: Clare

You will continue your journey to Clare, and drive north to Tarbert for a 20-minute ferry ride across the wide River Shannon Estuary, the longest river in Ireland or the UK. You will want to continue along the Clare coast to the Cliffs of Moher, a spectacular wall of sandstone that reaches to almost 700 feet above the Atlantic Ocean. Head onto the marketing town of Ennis and then hit Bunratty, visit the Bunratty castle and folk park and maybe stop at Durty Nelly’s to grab some great traditional Irish food.

Highlights Include:

Bunratty Castle ~ Folk Park ~ Cliffs of Moher ~
The Poulnabrone ~ Dolmen ~ The Burren

 


Day 6/7: Galway

 

Galway, a harbour city on Ireland’s west coast, sits where the River Corrib meets the Atlantic Ocean. The city’s hub is 18th-century Eyre Square, a popular meeting spot surrounded by shops and traditional pubs that often offer live Irish folk music. Nearby, stone-clad cafes, boutiques and art galleries line the winding lanes of the Latin Quarter, which retains portions of the medieval city walls.

Highlights Include:

The Cliffs of Moher ~ Bunratty Castle ~
The Burren ~ O'Briens Tower ~  Trump International Golf links and Hotel


Day 8: Mayo

 

Day 8: Mayo - County Mayo is on the west coast of Ireland. Its scenery ranges from verdant to desertlike, with rocky cliffs at the Atlantic coast. Clew Bay is dotted with small, steep-sided islands, including Clare Island. At the eastern end of the bay, Westport town is known for its Georgian architecture and Westport House, a mansion with dungeons. Nearby is Croagh Patrick, a mountain linked to St. Patrick.

 

Highlights Include:

The Cliffs of Moher ~ Croagh Patrick ~
Westport house ~ Achill Island ~ Megalithic tombs and Ritual stone circles

 

 

 


Day 9: Dublin

Day 9: Dublin - The first and last day of the tour will depend on which airport you are flying into and leaving from.