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12 Days / 11 Nights

Ireland - The Emerald Isle | 2018

100,000 Welcomes North to South
 

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This tour combines the best-known icons of the ‘Emerald Isle’ with lesser known local gems. Journey through this charismatic country steeped in history, with wild open vistas, spectacular coastlines and picturesque villages. Explore the best of Northern Ireland including the Titanic Quarter in Belfast and the Giant’s Causeway. And in southern Ireland be captivated by the dramatic natural splendour of the Inishowen Peninsula, Connemara, the Dingle Peninsula and the Wicklow Mountains.

Handpicked Experiences

Mingle with the locals in a traditional Irish pub sampling an Irish whiskey or Guinness, learn about Belfast's turbulent past; enjoy a private guided tour in Derry, stay in an Irish castle hotel, enjoy traditional Irish evening meals in local restaurants, explore the stunning Dingle Peninsula and visit a local character, visit Kinsale, gourmet capital of Ireland; taste Irish soda bread, visit a private stately home.

Tour Inclusions

11 nights’ accommodation with private facilities
Driver/tour leader
Maximum 15 travellers
Mercedes mini-coach transportation
Full Irish breakfast daily
5 x evening meals
Famous Black Cab Tour
Kinsale Heritage Walk
Irish whiskey tour & tasting

Entrances Included

Hill of Tara
Newgrange
Battle of the Boyne site
Titanic Museum
Giant's Causeway
Doagh Famine Village
Ulster-American Folk Park
Parkes Castle
Connemara Heritage Centre
Cliffs of Moher
Blasket Islands Centre
Bantry House
Rock of Cashel
Glendalough
Powerscourt Estate

Winter in Ireland

Have you thought of travelling when there are fewer people around? A winter tour may be a perfect choice with fewer tourists in town. The best way to finish any winter touring day in Ireland is in a warm Irish bar with turf fires and great music. The March departure coincides with St Patrick's Day on 17th March 2016 - one of the most festive times of year! Try a Guinness, don some green and join the locals at the Dingle St Patrick’s Day parade. 
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$3606

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The Burren

Kinsale

Dingle Peninsula sunset