Private Guided Tour for your group of family and friends.
Tour Duration: 6 Days
This tour is flexible and truly up to you, the below itinerary is a sample but you can choose to linger longer in places that appeal to you and skip through anywhere that doesn’t, creating a truly authentic and bespoke experience.
Also, we can start and finish your multi-day tour anywhere in Ireland that suits you and the sample itinerary below can once again be tweaked accordingly.
This specific tour is a perfect fit for the more adventurous and outgoing soul, not satisfied with being confined to normalcy. You will spend plenty of time on the ground taking in information and sights not just through view but also in experience. Expect to be constantly on the move throughout the six days of this tour and ensure to bring plenty of energy in order to get the most out of each day.
For an excursion starting and ending in Dublin we will first whisk you off to The Glendalough Valley in The Wicklow Mountains National Park. This is an area of flowing, uninterrupted beauty to be explored on foot. While in this area you must take a trip to Johnnie Fox’s pub also, one of Ireland’s oldest traditional and most noted establishments famed as the highest pub in the country! After this you can relax en route to Kilkenny where you will complete the Smithwick’s Experience Tour and spend your first night. Waking the following morning it’s the road to Cork which will greet you next. Here you will see Blarney Castle before concluding the day by embarking on the scenic Ballycotton Cliff Walk after which you will spend the night in the cosmopolitan Cork City. Then, your third day will consist of a series of engaging activities on a trip to Kerry, the first of which being a hike around the national park at Gougane Barra, the second a boat trip out to Garnish Island known for its intriguing and delicate flora. Then, a trip over the Caha pass, a mountain drive which is most revered here in Ireland to reach Kenmare, a colourful town great for a bite to eat or a stroll around. Finally, before we drop you off at this night’s accommodation, a gander around Killarney National Park is in order where you will take in some of the main highlights of the Ring of Kerry, those being; Molls Gap, Ladies View and Torc Waterfall. All perfect photographic opportunities. After such a busy day, it is only fitting that we drop you off for a good night’s rest in the nearby Killarney. Taking up from where we left off a ‘jarvy ride’ around Killarney marks the beginning of the following day, after which a 2.5 – 3 hours ‘Dingle Sea Safari’ will take you up to the end of yet another fabulous day. Starting into the next penultimate day, once again from Killarney, the Cliffs of Moher wait in store for you and your group with a 7.5-kilometer hike taking you to each picturesque viewpoint and a boat ride allowing you to capture different angles also. What follows is a coastal drive unlike any other which takes you along a rugged path to the ‘Mini Cliffs’, the Burren, Doolin, Kinvara and Ballyvaughn. Then, for your last overnight you will be left in Galway and after a good night’s rest, your final day will have arrived. Last but not least, this day will involve a trip to Clonmacnoise then a jaunt on to Athlone for lunch, a castle visit and Seanies Bar, the oldest in Ireland. Lastly, you will have a tasting experience at Locke’s Distillery before we leave you off back in Dublin, ready to take on your next adventure, whatever that may be!