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8-Day West of Ireland Tour from Dublin

8-Day West of Ireland Tour from Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 8 days
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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$2019.70

Discover the enchanting west of Ireland on an incredible 8-day tour from Dublin. With wild landscapes, crashing coastlines and famously friendly people, western Ireland is sure to impress ... More info ›

Discover the enchanting west of Ireland on an incredible 8-day tour from Dublin. With wild landscapes, crashing coastlines and famously friendly people, western Ireland is sure to impress. Mixing independent sightseeing with optional activities (own expense), this tour allows you to discover the region in a truly personalized way. Pass through County Cork, visit Beara Peninsula, follow the Ring of Kerry route and explore Dingle with its famous pub scene. Tour Galway Bay, Connemara and more on this unforgettable tour!

Day 1: Dublin – Macroom, County Cork
Head into the wild countryside of West Cork. See Curragh Racecourse and stop to explore the Rock of Cashel, a fascinating Celtic Cathedral near Cork (entry at own expense). Lunch in Blarney, then follow the River Lee to Gougane Barra.

Overnight: 3-star Gougane Barra Hotel 

Day 2: Macroom – Beara Peninsula – Kenmare (B)

Explore the Beara Peninsula at leisure. Walk along Bant-y Bay or stroll to Glengarriff to spot seals. Lunch in McCarthy's Bar; depart for Kenmare for dinner and music. 

Overnight: 3-star Coachman Inn or The Brass Lantern 

Day 3: Kenmare – Ring of Kerry – Portmagee, County Kerry (B)
Morning free time, then depart for the Ring of Kerry route on the Iveragh Peninsula. Stop for walks on sandy beaches framed by the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks mountain range, and walk along the Old Kenmare Road in Killarney National Park. Visit a sheep farm and explore a Celtic ring at Staigue Fort. Barbecue on Derrynane Beach (own expense).

Overnight: 3-star The Moorings Guesthouse

Day 4: Portmagee – Ring of Kerry – Dingle (B)
Drive to Dingle Bay; choose activities at your own expense. Lunch at Tom Crean’s South Pole Inn, and then arrive in the tiny town of Dingle.

Overnight: 3-star Dingle Bay Hotel 

Day 5: Dingle (B)
Day at leisure in Dingle and the surrounding peninsula. Perhaps take a tour of the Dingle Peninsular to Slea Head – Ireland’s most westerly point, or walk to Dun Chaoin Harbour. 

Overnight: 3-star Dingle Bay Hotel 


Day 6: Dingle – Tralee or Listowel -- Ennistymon, County Clare (B)

Travel along Conor Pass and cross River Shannon by ferry to reach County Clare. Take lunch at leisure in Tralee or Listowel, the tour Listowel Castle.

Overnight: 3-star The Cliffs of Moher Hotel

Day 7: Ennistymon – Galway Bay or Aran Islands – Connemara (B)
Explore Galway Bay by ferry with your guide, or explore the Aran Islands independently by ferry from nearby Doolin. 

Head north through the Burren before visiting Poulnabrone Dolmen, a Megalithic tomb. Visit Kinvarra village to see Dunguire Castle and pass through the Mamturk Mountains. Opt to walk through the Connemara National Park or visit Kylemore Abbey (own expense).

Overnight: 3-star Abbeyglen Castle Hotel

Day 8: Connemara – Killary Harbour – Galway – Dublin (B)
Travel toward Galway, where you'll walk along the Famine Trail on the shore of Killary Harbour, or stroll along the shores of Lake Corrib. Free time in Galway. On the route back, pass through County Mayo, Roscommon, Longford and Meath before a stop at Locke’s Whiskey Distillery. Arrive back in Dublin in the early evening.

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Multilingual Tour Guiding

Multilingual Tour Guiding - Dublin, Ireland

Duration: 1 to 12 days
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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$128.49

  1. Multilingual Tour Guiding. This service is for all Ireland and Northern Ireland ... More info ›

  1. Multilingual Tour Guiding. This service is for all Ireland and Northern Ireland. With plenty of notice I can organise a trip to the island. Please let me know welll in advance.

Coach tours or walking tours all over Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Whatever your need you can send me your request and I will endeavour to 
accommodate your needs to the best of my abilities. With almost 10 years experience I can guide you along the way and provide you with an excellent service. Please do not hesitate to contact me well ahead of your visit. For further information you can consult my website.

Enjoy a complimentary hotel pickup and transfer from your centrally located Cairns accommodations to the airport. Before taking flight, take part in a short safety briefing. Then, you’ll be ready for your 40-minute scenic flight over the Great Barrier Reef.

Departing from Cairns Airport, you'll first head to Green Island and the Great Barrier Reef to take in the stunning views over the iconic reef. After exploring the reef, you’ll head back toward the mainland. While in the air, look for the North Queensland coastline. Other sights during the flight include Cairns, Green Island, Double Island, Palm Cove, Arlington Reef and Upolu Reef.

With a guaranteed window seat, you can sit back and relax as you enjoy the incredible views. Your professional pilot will provide expert commentary along the way. After the completion of your flight, enjoy the worry-free transfer in a courtesy bus back to your hotel in central Cairns.

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Burren & Connemara 8 Day Self-Guided Hike

Burren & Connemara 8 Day Self-Guided Hike - Doolin, Ireland

Duration: 8 days
Location: Doolin, Ireland

From USD
$874.93

This tour combines the lunar-like, limestone landscape at the Burren with the spectacular coast routes in Connemara.

The Burren National Park covers a remarkable 1,500ha of limestone pavement, hazel scrub, woodland, turloughs, springs and cliffs. Originating from the Irish word “Boireann” meaning rocky place you cannot fail to be impressed by this truly mesmeric landscape ... More info ›

This tour combines the lunar-like, limestone landscape at the Burren with the spectacular coast routes in Connemara.

The Burren National Park covers a remarkable 1,500ha of limestone pavement, hazel scrub, woodland, turloughs, springs and cliffs. Originating from the Irish word “Boireann” meaning rocky place you cannot fail to be impressed by this truly mesmeric landscape. The Connemara village of Roundstone is beautifully set on one of the most spectacular coastal drives in Ireland overlooking the Atlantic at the foot of Errisbeg Mountain, it is no surprise that International artists have drawn their inspiration from this enigmatic location. On Inismore marvel at Dun Aonghusa prehistoric stone fort clinging to the 90m high cliffs while the Atlantic crashes below. Have your cameras ready for your visit to the iconic Cliffs of Moher and enjoy unparalleled views of the Aran Islands and the coast of Clare from Gleninagh Mountain.

Day 1: Arrive in Doolin - Set against the rugged Atlantic Ocean and surrounded by the spectacular bare limestone landscape of the Burren, Doolin is a place of breathtaking beauty.  

Day 2: Cliffs of Moher Hike - The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most visited natural attraction with a magical vista that captures the hearts of up to one million visitors every year.  From here you follow the “Burren Way” along the cliff tops to Hags Head and return by the same route, but enjoying a completely different panorama.  Walk Details:  Distance: 16kms.  Duration: 5 hours.

Day 3: Ballinalacken Castle to Ballyvaughan - You will be driven a short distance from your guesthouse to the start of your walk at Ballinalacken Castle.  From here you follow the Burren Way along old green roads into the heart of the Burren, with wonderful limestone pavements and walls all around you. The Burren region is internationally famous for its landscape and flora.  Walk Details:  Distance: 20 kms. Duration: 6 hours.

Day 4: Moneen Mountain to Bell Harbour - Walking across Moneen Mountain and continuing on over to the magnificent Turlough Hill with its Iron Age hillfort, you then descend to Corcomroe Abbey (Cistercian, 12th century) to finish your walk at Bell Harbour (Bealaclugga). Return to Ballyvaughan for overnight.  Walk Details:  Distance: 18kms. Duration: 6 hours.

Day 5: Travel to Connemara and Moneen Pass Hike - Today you will be leaving Ballyvaughan on the daily public bus at 9.00am (approx.) to Maam Cross (bus change in Galway). On your arrival at Maam Cross (a little before 13:00) you will be taken to the start of your walk at Teernakill Bridge near the village of Maam.  Walk Details: Distance: 15kms. Duration: 5 hours.

Day 6: Lough Inagh to Leenane - Start from Lough Inagh and, continuing on the Western Way, walk along the foot of the Maamturk Mountainsthrough Letterbreckaun to Tullyconor to the shores of the spectacular Killary Harbour to finish in the little village of Leenane.  Walk Details:  Distance: 16kms. Duration: 5 hours. 

Day 7: Lough Fee to Leenane - From Leenane, you will be driven a short distance to the western end of Lough Fee. This is the start of a very beautiful walking day along the shores of Killary Harbour – Ireland’s only fjord.  Walk Details:  Distance: 17kms. Duration: 5 hours.

Day 8: Departure - From Leenane, a taxi is required to take you to Maam Cross to join the main Galway-Clifden bus route. On arrival back at Galway Bus Station – you can then access all airports, ferry ports or main cities by the excellent train or bus services offered.

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Burren 5 Day Self Guided Hike

Burren 5 Day Self Guided Hike - Doolin, Ireland

Duration: 5 days
Location: Doolin, Ireland

From USD
$582.90

The Burren covers an area of some 260 square kilometres. Famous for its bare limestone pavements dissected by deep crevices and traversed by countless stone walls ... More info ›

The Burren covers an area of some 260 square kilometres. Famous for its bare limestone pavements dissected by deep crevices and traversed by countless stone walls. Almost devoid of trees and surface water, it has been described as ‘lunar’ in its appearance. An ancient limestone plateau lies beneath which is a labyrinth of pot-holes, caves, streams and lakes. This unusual and apparently hostile environment is a botanist’s paradise as around ¾ of Ireland’s plant species are found here. This is more than any other region.

The Burren Self Guided Hike begins at Doolin on the west coast of Clare. After visiting the Cliffs of Moher, which fall 200m sheer into the Atlantic, you follow the Burren Way to Doolin. The following day’s walk, also along the Burren Way, brings you to the village of Ballyvaughan on Clare’s north coast. You will also explore the barren karst landscape to the east of Ballyvaughan on your Burren Self Guided Hike.

Day 1: Arrive in Doolin where you will be spending your first night. On arrival at your first accommodation, your hostess will give you your full Detailed Information pack. She will also be able to recommend some of the excellent local restaurants and suggest some of the pubs where you will find great traditional Irish music.

Day 2: Cliffs of Moher - From your guesthouse you will walk to the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre. From here you follow the “Burren Way” along the cliff tops to Hags Head and return by the same route, but enjoying a completely different panorama. Once back at the visitor centre, you will then be transferred back to your accommodations. 
Walk Details:  Distance: 16kms. Duration: 5 hours. 

Day 3: Ballinalacken Castle to Ballyvaughan -  You will be driven a short distance from your guesthouse to the start of your walk at Ballinalacken Castle. From here you follow the “Burren Way” along old green roads into the heart of the Burren, with wonderful limestone pavements and walls all around you. There are fantastic views over Galway Bay and the Aran Islands as you continue on, passing Fermoyle Chapel, to Lismacsheedy. Old ring forts can be found along the way as you continue on past the impressive Newtown Castle and finish in Ballyvaughan. Overnight in Ballyvaughan. 
Walk Details:  Distance: 20 kms. Duration: 6 hours. 

Day 4: Green Road - You will be driven a short distance from your guesthouse to the start of your walk at “Green Road” near Fanore Beach. From here you follow the old green road into the heart of the Black Head mountain, with wonderful limestone pavements and stone walls all around.  There are fantastic views over Galway Bay and the Aran Islands as you continue on, over Gleninagh Mountain. We join the Burren Way to drop down into the Caher Valley, climbing again to pass under/around Slieve Elva and finish the day’s walk at Craggagh.  Collection and return back to Doolin is arranged. Overnight Doolin. Doolin is the ideal location for exploring the beauty that is Clare. There are many varied attractions, with breathtaking scenery, making this a truly magical location to visit. 
Walk Details: Distance: 18 kms. Duration: 6 hours.

Day 5: Departure - After breakfast, depart for onward journey, either Airport or further holiday. All transfer details/information/details provided if required. Private transfer arranged if required.

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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
$1080.52

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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Wild Atlantic Way 7-Day e-Bike Cycling Holiday from Galway

Wild Atlantic Way 7-Day e-Bike Cycling Holiday from Galway - Galway, Ireland

Duration: 7 days
Location: Galway, Ireland

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$431.04

You will leave our Wild Atlantic Way HQ at 9am on Monday to set off with your on your adventure. We'll provide you with everything you need to experience the Wild Atlantic Way ... More info ›

You will leave our Wild Atlantic Way HQ at 9am on Monday to set off with your on your adventure. We'll provide you with everything you need to experience the Wild Atlantic Way.

You will have complete freedom in where you will stop, stay and what you will see. The only thing we require of you is to be in Westport on the Sunday. What you do in between the Monday and Sunday is up to you. We'll provide you with our Ultimate Guide and sample itineraries that you can use as is or as a guideline to building your own. With our tours, guide and support, you'll have everything you need to have an amazing experience on the Wild Atlantic Way. Please see suggested itinerary below:

Monday: Salthill Galway - Spiddal 15km - Carraroe 25km
Tuesday: Carraroe - Carna 43km
Wednesday: Carna - Roundstone 29km - Clifden 22km
Thursday: Clifden - Cleggan Pier 11km (Trip to Inis Bofin Island )
Friday: Cleggan Pier - Renvyle 21km
Saturday: Renvyle - Delphi Louisburgh 45km
Sunday: Delphi Louisburgh - Westport 32km
Total = 243km

Here is a more detailed example of what you could potentially do or see over the seven days. Some activities may incur added costs.

Monday: Salthill Galway – Spiddal 15km – Carraroe 25km
Galway Atlantaquaria Salthill
Coffee at Nourish Barna Village + walk Barna Pier.
Furbo Beach Furbo
Deep Sea fishing with Kevin from Spiddal Pier 0868547890
Visit Ceardlann Craft Village Spiddal
Lunch at Ceardlann Café Spiddal
Tra Mor Beach Inverin

Tuesday: Carraroe – Carna 43km
Coral Beach Carraroe
Butterfly Farm Casla
Visit Rosmuc Village
Enjoy the wild rugged beauty along the Connemara
Coastline to Carna

Wednesday: Carna – Roundstone 29km – Clifden 22km ( Luggage drop )
Roundstone Village + Pier
Fish Restaurants Roundstone Village
Walk the golden sand beaches at Dogs Bay
Ballyconneely beach + pier
Visit world renowned Connemara Smokehouse Ballyconneely
Clifden Town – bars,restaurants,etc.

Thursday: Clifden – Cleggan Pier 11km
Boat Trip + overnight stay on Inis Bofin Island

Friday: Cleggan Pier – Letterfrack 14km – Renvyle 7km
Connemara National Park Letterfrack
Climb Diamond Hill Letterfrack ( 1.5h)
Must visit to Kylemore Abbey, over 1m visitors every year. (2km from Letterfrack )
Try a dive/snorkel in Killary with Scuba Dive West, Lettergesh,
Renvyle.
Walk one of the Connemara Loop Walks around Renvyle
Lettergesh Beach

Saturday: Renvyle – Delphi Louisburgh 45km
Killary Adventure Centre (rock climbing,bungy jumping,kayaking,etc )
Try surfing at Carrownisky Strand with SurfMayo.
Delphi Adventure Centre (hill walking,kayaking,etc )

Sunday: Delphi Louisburgh – Westport 32km
Climb Croagh Patrick world famous holy mountain
Sea Kayaking with Clew Bay Kayaking.
Westport Town – bars,restaurants,etc.

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