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10 Day Crean - South Ireland Adventure

10 Day Crean - South Ireland Adventure - Dublin, Ireland

Duration: 10 days
Location: Dublin, Ireland

From USD
$956.33

Hike along the Wild Atlantic Way, climb to the summit of Croagh Patrick, kayak through lakes, seas and Fjords, trek along the edge of the jaw-dropping Cliffs of Moher, speak Gaelic over a pint of Guinness with the natives on the Dingle Peninsula, follow in the footsteps of witches in the medieval Kilkenny, go back in time while exploring the island Inis Oirr by bike, learn to play the ancient game of hurling and relax and unwind in the nature reserve on the lake shores of Glendalough. 

The Crean Tour is named after the famous Irish explorer Tom Crean who one of the most remarkable stories of survival against all the odds.  Just like Crean, you’ll  become an explorer, getting off the beaten track and charting your own territories! You’ll travel in a small group with an experienced local guide, exploring unique destinations and immersing yourself in local culture and Ireland’s beautiful environment.

DAY 1: Dublin to Galway - Make our way to the wild west of Ireland. Along the way, we will visit the historical Trim Castle, home of ‘BraveHeart’. From there we head towards Galway city, where you have the rest of the day free to enjoy the sights and sounds of this tribal city. 

DAY 2: Connemara & ‘The Holy Mountain’ - Enjoy a free day and get out and explore the savage beauty of the Connemara Region ... More info ›

Hike along the Wild Atlantic Way, climb to the summit of Croagh Patrick, kayak through lakes, seas and Fjords, trek along the edge of the jaw-dropping Cliffs of Moher, speak Gaelic over a pint of Guinness with the natives on the Dingle Peninsula, follow in the footsteps of witches in the medieval Kilkenny, go back in time while exploring the island Inis Oirr by bike, learn to play the ancient game of hurling and relax and unwind in the nature reserve on the lake shores of Glendalough. 

The Crean Tour is named after the famous Irish explorer Tom Crean who one of the most remarkable stories of survival against all the odds.  Just like Crean, you’ll  become an explorer, getting off the beaten track and charting your own territories! You’ll travel in a small group with an experienced local guide, exploring unique destinations and immersing yourself in local culture and Ireland’s beautiful environment.

DAY 1: Dublin to Galway - Make our way to the wild west of Ireland. Along the way, we will visit the historical Trim Castle, home of ‘BraveHeart’. From there we head towards Galway city, where you have the rest of the day free to enjoy the sights and sounds of this tribal city. 

DAY 2: Connemara & ‘The Holy Mountain’ - Enjoy a free day and get out and explore the savage beauty of the Connemara Region. there are many excellent outdoor activities available in the region, climb to the summit of Croagh Patrick,  or at your own expense, go kayaking through Killary Fjord or mountain biking through the Lost Valleys of Connemara.

DAY 3: The Island of Inis Oirr & Cliffs of Moher -  Explore the ancient Gaelic island by bike and after lunch, hike along the Atlantic edge to the highest point of the Cliffs of Moher standing 214m above sea level. 

DAY 4: Free Day - Killarney National Park- Options at own expense include: kayaking on the lakes of Killarney, rock climbing or hiking through glaciated valleys, biking through the National park, climb Torc Mountain or just enjoy the stunning scenery and do nothing. 

DAY 5: Valentia Island - You can either opt for a three-hour walk to Valentia Island and Bray Head  (included), or optional extras include a boat trip to the  UNESCO World Heritage site of the Skellig Islands or opt to hire a bike and discover the island at your own pace.

DAY 6: Dingle - We stop at Inch Beach for a slow morning stroll or optional surfing in the wild Atlantic ocean. In the afternoon we visit the Dingle Whiskey Distillery, followed by an Irish trad music session. 

DAY 7: Dingle Peninsula - Isolated from the rest of Ireland by the impressive landscape, the Dingle Peninsula will take you where the locals go. We will follow a coastal trail on windswept cliffs, perched above beautiful coastlines. Optional extra activities such as sea kayaking, paddle boarding or horse riding are available. 

DAY 8: Cork - Cork is a small city with a relaxed pace of life. You’ll have plenty of free time to wander the streets of Cork, with some fantastic sights and attractions to see and do.  

DAY 9: Cork to Kilkenny - In the morning we visit the Rock of Cashel, once the seat of the Kings of Munster. Arriving in the medieval city of Kilkenny, you will take part in a guided walking tour with plenty of free time to discover the city’s many attractions.

DAY 10: Kilkenny to Dublin - This morning you will experience first hand the ancient Celtic game of Hurling. In the afternoon we bid farewell to the medieval city of Kilkenny and make our way to the monastic city of Glendalough. Wander the valley and lakes, touching haunting medieval remains that stand long after Viking raids. Tour ends 

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10-Day Ultimate Small-Group Tour of Ireland from Dublin

10-Day Ultimate Small-Group Tour of Ireland from Dublin - Dublin, Ireland

Duration: 10 days
Location: Dublin, Ireland

From USD
$2331.76

Your Irish Experience begins here. The Ultimate 10 day small group tour (max 14 people) of Ireland covers the length and breadth, north and south of our magical Emerald Isle.

Spoil yourself on this ten day tour with unrivaled scenery, a feast of tradition, history, culture, castles and the great outdoors ... More info ›

Your Irish Experience begins here. The Ultimate 10 day small group tour (max 14 people) of Ireland covers the length and breadth, north and south of our magical Emerald Isle.

Spoil yourself on this ten day tour with unrivaled scenery, a feast of tradition, history, culture, castles and the great outdoors. You will have an unforgettable experience on your tour exploring everything from kayaking with dolphins in Dingle Bay to the magnificent sights on the Ring of Kerry.

Prepare to be awestruck by Ireland’s most famous landmark – The Cliffs of Moher, fall in love with the bustling bohemian Galway City and the Aran Islands. Cross the border to Northern Ireland and lose yourself at the Giants Causeway and be blown away at the Titanic Belfast.

This is a trip of a lifetime.

Day 1: Sunday Cork, the Rebel County
Travel west to the magical South West. Visit the Rock of Cashel. Kiss of the Blarney Stone and hope for an eternal gift of eloquence. Finish the day with a night in West Cork’s stunning town of Kinsale.

Day 2: Monday The Ring of Kerry
Our first stop is the beautiful town of Kenmare. Discover: Molls Gap, Torc Waterfall and Ross Castle in Killarney National Park. Your Ross Castle tour will enlighten you as to how life really was within the stone walls. We will take the plunge for a surf at Inch Beach. Stay the night in Dingle.

Day 3: Tuesday Dingle
Start the morning kayaking to meet our famous dolphin, Fungie. If kayaking is not your thing we will take you on a hike up Mount Brandon. Let our expert guides take you on a breath-taking trip along the Slea Head Drive and finish off the day at the Dingle Whiskey Distillery.

Day 4: Wednesday Cliffs of Moher & Doolin
Cross the River Shannon where will we enter county Clare now, where we will visit the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren National Park.

Day 5: Thursday Galway
We will head to Galway, renowned for its brightly-painted pubs heave with live music, while cafes offer front-row seats for observing street performers and musicians. After a cycling tour you are free to enjoy an evening in this vibrant town.

Day 6: Friday The Aran Islands & Westport
We will sail across Galway Bay to the Aran Islands. Cycle to the stone fort Dún Aenghus. Depart for the stunning town of Westport. Take in the breathtaking views of Connemara National Park and the Lost Valley which is part of the famous Famine Trail.

Day 7: Saturday Westport – Donegal
Hike up Ireland’s holiest mountain, Croagh Patrick. After lunch we will have the afternoon discovering the wilds of Sligo (William Butler Yeat’s County) before journeying north west to Donegal. Spend the night in the picturesque town of Ardara.

Day 8: Sunday Londonderry
We will start the day with a drive over the Glengesh Pass, visit Maghera beach, before crossing the border of Northern Ireland. Our next stop is Londonderry. Take a walking tour of the city or simply choose to have some free time to roam the streets.

Day 9: Monday The Giant’s Causeway
Feel the exhilaration of the air beneath your feet and the breath-taking backdrop of the Causeway Coastal Route while crossing Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge. Time permitting, we will visit the Bushmills Distillery. Take a peak at one of the most famous filming locations for The Game of Thrones and spend the night in Belfast.

Day 10: Tuesday Belfast
After a whirlwind journey through Ireland we will finish the trip with a magical tour of Belfast. A black cab intimate city tour is the only way to see and learn about this wonderful city. After lunch, we will give you the full Titanic experience before we head back to Dublin.

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11-Day Discover Ireland Small-Group Tour from Dublin

11-Day Discover Ireland Small-Group Tour from Dublin - Dublin, Ireland

Duration: 11 days
Location: Dublin, Ireland

From USD
$3257.01

Truly a journey of discovery, this eleven day discovery tour is a breath-taking tour of Ireland. We will take you to some of Ireland best known tourist destinations like the Blarney Stone, the Ring of Kerry and the Cliffs of Moher and because our groups and vehicles are smaller, we will also take you right away from the beaten track and show you our favourite hidden corners of Ireland.

Revel at some of Europe’s very best scenery, including:
Ireland’s highest mountain range The Macgillycuddy Reeks
The Green fields and stone walls of Dingle
Connemara’s mountains, lakes, beaches and rivers
Ireland’s wild and rugged Atlantic coastline
The River Shannon (which we cross by ferry)
The Burren Limestone Plateau
The Caher Mountains of the Beara Peninsula
The green inland scenery of areas such as the Golden Vale in Tipperary
The Glens of Antrim

Enjoy some of Ireland’s most popular and worthwhile tourist destinations:
Blarney Castle to kiss the magical Blarney Stone
Killarney National Park
The Cliffs of Moher
The Giant’s Causeway

Visit some of Ireland’s great houses and Gardens
Muckross House and Gardens, Kerry
Bantry House and Gardens, Cork
Garinish island Gardens, Cork
Kylemore Abbey and Grounds, Connemara

Wonder at some of Ireland’s historical treasures and experience the rich historical past of the region, from stone age man to the modern age.
Visit The Rock of Cashel
Ancient neolithic stone circles, celtic ring forts, castles, monastic sites and pre-christian tombs
Learn about the modern day history of Northern Ireland, especially on the walking tour of Derry and the Black Cab tour of Belfast

Explore three of Ireland’s most diverse south western Peninsulas:
The majestic Iveragh peninsula (better known as the Ring of Kerry)
The rugged Beara Peninsula (also known as the ‘undiscovered peninsula’)
The rolling hills of the Dingle Peninsula

Take some free time to explore local communities and meet the Irish people in locations such as:
The vibrant and buzzing Galway city
The galleries and pubs (about 54 in total!) in Dingle town (pop ... More info ›

Truly a journey of discovery, this eleven day discovery tour is a breath-taking tour of Ireland. We will take you to some of Ireland best known tourist destinations like the Blarney Stone, the Ring of Kerry and the Cliffs of Moher and because our groups and vehicles are smaller, we will also take you right away from the beaten track and show you our favourite hidden corners of Ireland.

Revel at some of Europe’s very best scenery, including:
Ireland’s highest mountain range The Macgillycuddy Reeks
The Green fields and stone walls of Dingle
Connemara’s mountains, lakes, beaches and rivers
Ireland’s wild and rugged Atlantic coastline
The River Shannon (which we cross by ferry)
The Burren Limestone Plateau
The Caher Mountains of the Beara Peninsula
The green inland scenery of areas such as the Golden Vale in Tipperary
The Glens of Antrim

Enjoy some of Ireland’s most popular and worthwhile tourist destinations:
Blarney Castle to kiss the magical Blarney Stone
Killarney National Park
The Cliffs of Moher
The Giant’s Causeway

Visit some of Ireland’s great houses and Gardens
Muckross House and Gardens, Kerry
Bantry House and Gardens, Cork
Garinish island Gardens, Cork
Kylemore Abbey and Grounds, Connemara

Wonder at some of Ireland’s historical treasures and experience the rich historical past of the region, from stone age man to the modern age.
Visit The Rock of Cashel
Ancient neolithic stone circles, celtic ring forts, castles, monastic sites and pre-christian tombs
Learn about the modern day history of Northern Ireland, especially on the walking tour of Derry and the Black Cab tour of Belfast

Explore three of Ireland’s most diverse south western Peninsulas:
The majestic Iveragh peninsula (better known as the Ring of Kerry)
The rugged Beara Peninsula (also known as the ‘undiscovered peninsula’)
The rolling hills of the Dingle Peninsula

Take some free time to explore local communities and meet the Irish people in locations such as:
The vibrant and buzzing Galway city
The galleries and pubs (about 54 in total!) in Dingle town (pop. about 2500)
The shops and boutiques of picturesque Kenmare
The resurgent Northern Irish cities of Derry and Belfast

Some fun little side trips:
Visit a working sheep farm for a demonstration of working dogs and also sheep shearing
Take a boat trip to try Spot Dingle’s most Friendly occupant – Funghi the Dolphin in Dingle Bay
Optional visit to Bushmills Irish Whiskey Distillery, the oldest working distillery in the world
Test your fear of heights at the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge

And at night:
Live music and excellent food in some of Ireland’s best pubs and restaurants.
Overnight in quality, locally owned guesthouse and small hotel accommodation in small, friendly local communities
Spend a night in a superb Irish castle hotel

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11-Day Ring of Kerry Self-Guided Hike

11-Day Ring of Kerry Self-Guided Hike - Killarney, Ireland

Duration: 8 days
Location: Killarney, Ireland

From USD
$1150.34

Kerry’s unique character is drawn from its unequalled diversity of land and seascapes while its offshore islands add another dimension to the beauty of the coastline frequently dotted with castles, forts and watchtowers. Warm summers and mild winters produce many sub-tropical and alpine species of flora while the temperate ocean waters, heated by the Gulf Stream, produce magnificent underwater vistas with whales, dolphins, seals and even turtles being frequent visitors.

Day 1
Arrive in Killarney ... More info ›

Kerry’s unique character is drawn from its unequalled diversity of land and seascapes while its offshore islands add another dimension to the beauty of the coastline frequently dotted with castles, forts and watchtowers. Warm summers and mild winters produce many sub-tropical and alpine species of flora while the temperate ocean waters, heated by the Gulf Stream, produce magnificent underwater vistas with whales, dolphins, seals and even turtles being frequent visitors.

Day 1
Arrive in Killarney. A detailed information pack will be awaiting you on arrival at your guesthouse.
Day 2
Hike Killarney National Park and through Esknamucky Glen to the heritage town of Kenmare.
Walk Details: Distance: 22kms. Duration: 6 hours. Max. Height: 400m.
Day 3
Hike from Kenmare to the village of Sneem via Templenoe. Pass Kenmare Bay, experience views of the Beara Peninsula and the Caha Mountains.
Walk Details: Distance: 23kms. Duration: 6.5 hours. Max. Height: 300m.
Day 4
Hike from Sneem, following an old ‘butter road’ to the little village of Caherdaniel.
Walk Details: Distance: 19kms. Duration: 5.5 hours. Max. Height: 400m.
Day 5
Hike from Caherdaniel, to Waterville. Coastal views of the Skellig Islands and Ballinskelligs Bay.
Walk Details: Distance: 16kms. Duration: 5 hours. Max. Height: 350m.
Day 6
Starting at Mastergeehy, hike to Caherciveen with views of the Dingle Peninsula and Kenmare Bay.
Walk Details: Distance: 24kms. Duration: 6.5 hours. Max. Height: 400m.
Day 7
Hike from Caherciveen along the northern shores of the peninsula to Glenbeigh.
Walk Details: Distance: 24kms. Duration: 6.5 hours. Max. Height: 350m.
Day 8
Skirt the slopes of Seefin Mountain down to the Caragh valley following the Caragh River to Blackstones Bridge.
Walk Details: Distance: 14kms. Duration: 4 hours. Max. Height: 350m.
Day 9
Follow the shores of Lough Acoose and walk along the MacGillycuddy Reeks following an old ‘droving’ path to the Black Valley
Walk Details: Distance: 21kms. Duration: 6 hours. Max. Height: 400m.
Day 10
From the Black Valley you follow the shores of the Upper Lake of Killarney
Walk Details: Distance: 22kms. Duration: 6 hours. Max. Height: 400m.
Day 11
Departures after breakfast

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12-Day Giant Irish Adventure Small-Group Tour from Dublin

12-Day Giant Irish Adventure Small-Group Tour from Dublin - Dublin, Ireland

Duration: 12 days
Location: Dublin, Ireland

From USD
$3443.55

This epic 12 day adventure tour of Ireland effortlessly explores more of Ireland than most Irish people will visit in their lifetime. From the Giant’s Causeway in the very north east to the Blarney Stone in the south west, the tour is filled with amazing and varied scenery, fantastic walks, great outdoor activity options ... More info ›

This epic 12 day adventure tour of Ireland effortlessly explores more of Ireland than most Irish people will visit in their lifetime. From the Giant’s Causeway in the very north east to the Blarney Stone in the south west, the tour is filled with amazing and varied scenery, fantastic walks, great outdoor activity options. Not forgetting the fascinating historical and legendary sites as well as covering most of the Wild Atlantic Way. On our 12 day tour you will experience and learn about both the modern and ancient history of Ireland. The ‘Giant Irish Adventure Tour’ is made up of our award winning 8 day tour with the added bonus of experiencing Northern Ireland and the north west coast. This really is a tour of a lifetime.

Northern and Northwest Ireland:
In 2007 Northern Ireland was named as one of the top ten places in the world to visit by Lonely Planet travel guides. Not surprising really when you consider the great scenery, fascinating history and political situation, the activity options and the genuinely warm welcome. Plus, of course, for many it is a completely new area to be explored as the peace has unfolded over the last ten years. All the highlights such as Belfast, Derry, The Antrim coastline and the Giant’s Causeway are covered – plus plenty of secret places of our own.

Northwest and Western Ireland:
Heading across to the north-west imagine a country of wild moorland, rugged mountain ranges, and endless unspoilt beaches. Counties Donegal, Sligo and Mayo feature some of Europe’s least populated regions – at times we will have the landscape all to ourselves.

Western Ireland:
The Western section of the tour weaves it way down the coast from county Mayo into counties Galway and Clare and down towards the mighty River Shannon. Firstly we enter Connemara, a favorite area for Irish people to come on holiday due to the rugged scenery, local friendliness and culture. Continuing south, either through or round Galway city we enter the southerly province of Munster and county Clare to explore the unique landscape of the Burren, enjoy the live traditional Irish music in area and marvel at the Cliffs of Moher.

South West Ireland:
The south west is the most popular area of Ireland for visitors, and with good reason. We spend four nights in Counties Kerry and Cork exploring the three peninsulas of Dingle, Iveragh (the Ring of Kerry) and Beara. Each has its unique scenery and atmosphere, from the green rolling fields and buzzing town of Dingle, to the majestic mountains of the Ring of Kerry and the remote and unspoilt wilderness of the Beara Peninsula. We take trips to islands, sea-kayak with seals, visit ancient archeological sites and enjoy first class Cork and Kerry hospitality before heading inland and back Dublin.

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18 Holes at Castle Barna Golf Club Including Club Hire

18 Holes at Castle Barna Golf Club Including Club Hire - Daingean, Ireland

Duration: 3-6 hours
Location: Daingean, Ireland

From USD
$28.60

Spend a day golfing on the Emerald Isle at Castle Barna Golf Club, just one hour outside of Dublin amidst a rolling green landscape. Here on the banks of the Grand Canal, test your skills on the 18-hole course that's covered in streams and trees—and club hire is even included so there's no need to travel with your own. After a challenging round on the scenic course, unwind at the old stone clubhouse that's conveniently located onsite.

Leave the rush of the city behind on a one-hour drive from Dublin, and test your skills playing 18 holes at Castle Barna Golf Club ... More info ›

Spend a day golfing on the Emerald Isle at Castle Barna Golf Club, just one hour outside of Dublin amidst a rolling green landscape. Here on the banks of the Grand Canal, test your skills on the 18-hole course that's covered in streams and trees—and club hire is even included so there's no need to travel with your own. After a challenging round on the scenic course, unwind at the old stone clubhouse that's conveniently located onsite.

Leave the rush of the city behind on a one-hour drive from Dublin, and test your skills playing 18 holes at Castle Barna Golf Club.

Set on the banks of the Grand Canal, this course is a great way to see central Ireland and test out your skills on the tees. With its immaculate fairways and well-maintained greens, the course has hosted numerous prestigious Irish golfing events, and will challenge any visiting golfer with its tree-line holed and terrain. 

Grab an iron for the challenging tee shot on the course's signature hole—the par-3 "Barge," which requires driving your shot as straight as an arrow. The course will test the skills of even the lowest handicap golfer, but is still accessible enough for any traveling golfer to enjoy. After the round, relax with a drink and a bite to eat in the charming old stone clubhouse.

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