A private guided tour and all-round great experience for you and anyone in your group who comes along for the journey.
Tour Duration: 5 Days
You take the reins and full advantage of our tour flexibility, below is just a sample, you can linger longer in places which appeal to you and skip through anywhere that doesn’t, you choose.
We can also start and finish our multi-day tours anywhere in Ireland that suits you, this sample itinerary can be tweaked accordingly.
To kick off this five-day insight into the beautiful, historic and culturally rich North of Ireland you will leave from Dublin upon arrival and embark immediately towards Belfast. Here, in the North’s capital you will enter the Titanic Experience and take a Black Taxi Tour over the course of your first day. Both are captivating escapades and make a great start to your tour. On the first night you will of course stay in Belfast City and waking up the next morning you will undertake the trip to Derry taking in the Antrim coastline along the way. Home to a phenomenon of folklore in the Giant’s Causeway, a test for the brave in Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and an enthralling site for Game of Thrones fans in the Dark Hedges of Ballintroy. After such a day the second night’s rest in Derry is well deserved, but rising on the third day you will once again be in for a magnificent travel down through the start of the Wild Atlantic Way Drive to meet with the highest cliffs in the country entitled Slieve League and perfect for an outstanding snapshot to show friends back home. A night in Donegal is what awaits after this, here we have planned a trip to a graveyard at Drumcliffe to see the famed burial place of W.B. Yeats and then a short jaunt to Strand Hill, an Irish seaside town before rounding off the fourth day with Glencar Waterfall and the National Museum of Ireland Country Life. All of this will bring you to your final overnight anchoring point in Galway City, after resting here your final day with us is sure to be a great one as you embark upon the Kinvara coastal drive to reach Ireland’s number one attraction, the Cliffs of Moher. Then after a quick picture stop in Bunratty and an outstanding bite to eat in Doolin, a return to Dublin for your final drop-off is the last step. Here we will leave you back where you began to undertake whatever next journey of your own you may have in store, and may it be a great one!