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9 Days / 8 Nights

All Ireland Explorer | 2017

Northern Ireland, the Atlantic Coast & an Escape to the West
 

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A tour coupling South West and Northern Ireland - discover the scenic, historic and cultural highlights of Ireland. From Belfast and the Titanic Quarter, dramatic coastal scenery at The Giant’s Causeway and Cliffs of Moher, to ancient monasteries and castles this is a tour that will bring the country to life. Meet the locals in a traditional pub, sample fresh seafood by the harbour, walk on stunning Atlantic beaches or explore prehistoric ruins; Ireland has a lot to offer.

Handpicked Experiences

The spectacular Antrim Coast from Ballycastle, the historic walled city of Derry, Glenveagh National Park and Errigal Mountain, the beautiful beaches at Rosses Point, the dramatic mountain scenery of Ben Bulben, Kylemore Abbey, the Connemara National Park, Killary Fjord boat trip, Clifden (the first transatlantic flight landed here), the Sky Road and the Twelve Bens of Connemara, the village of Cong where the classic film “The Quiet Man” was made, Kilfenora, the “town of the crosses”, the scenic Dingle Peninsula and the Ring of Kerry, visit Blarney Castle for an opportunity to pucker up and kiss the Blarney Stone, see the medieval monastery at the Rock of Cashel.

Tour Inclusions

8 nights accommodation
8 breakfasts
Transportation by top of the range Mercedes minicoach with forced air ventilation as standard
Maximum of 16 passengers on tour
Services of a professional Rabbie's driver/guide
All ferry and bridge crossings

Exclusions

Entrances are excluded - only pay for those attractions that interest you 
from 
$1914

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Slea Head, Dingle Peninsula

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Ring of Kerry