Spend an unforgettable day traveling from Dublin to the west of Ireland. Explore the word famous Cliffs of Moher, King John's Castle and the Burren. Stop for lunch at one of the finest restaurants in the west coast.
• 13 hours
Explore the world famous Cliffs of Moher on an 8-hour day tour from Limerick, where you will marvel at Ireland's famous landscape on a scenic driver along the world famous Atlantic. There will be time to stop en route for photo opportunities in Kinvara fishing village and the lovely Bunratty Castle.
• 7 hours
From the top of the mighty Cliffs of Moher, you can truly feel the awesome power of western Ireland's landscape. Rising to heights of 700 feet (214 meters), the Cliffs of Moher explode from the sea and face the Atlantic horizon, and offer spectacular views of the coast and the Aran Islands offshore. With this full-day, private tour from Limerick, you'll not only get to stand atop the sheer, windswept cliffs, but also visit the town of Doolin, The Burren, or Bunratty Castle.
• 9 hours
Experience a night of medieval activities at the Bunratty Castle in Ireland. Choose from either a 5:45pm or 8:45pm start time and prepare yourself for a 4-course feast that's fit for a king. The evening lasts two and a half hours and is full of medieval themed wonders.
• 129 minutes
From rugged cliffs to golden beaches, small villages and pastures green to peat bogs and picturesque mountain ranges, it is easy to see why the Ring of Kerry is considered one of the most beautiful drives in the world. This peninsula captures everything that is beautiful in Ireland. From ancient stone forts to landscapes carved out of rock by the Ice Age, from sparkling lakes to winding mountain passes, this day-trip of the Ring of Kerry will ensure that you leave with memories to last you a lifetime.
• 11 hours
The Dingle Peninsula boasts amazing mountain scenery and unusual antiquities, which you will admire as you travel around this world- famous Peninsula. Stop and enjoy Inch beach, a site of incredible natural beauty and one of the most famous beaches in Ireland. Stop in Dingle town, on of the most picturesque fishing towns in Ireland, and is famed for the local dolphin, Fungi, who has been living in the town for 30 years.
• 11 hours
Journey through 1,000 years of history in the picturesque town of Killaloe accompanied by a guide who will lead you safely along the Canal and onto the mighty river Shannon. Our stable and comfortable touring kayaks are specifically designed for river journeys and no experience is required to move smoothly and effortlessly along the waterways.
• 2.5 hours
The Ring of Kerry is one of Ireland's most famously scenic drives. It's unspoiled beauty is legendary among travelers, and on this 9-hour, private tour from Kinsale, your private guide will take you through villages with simple, thatched-roof homes, and drive you out to the village of Waterville to stroll the sandy beaches. See the mountainous viewpoints and vistas along "Wild Atlantic Way"— a 112-mile (180 kilometer), spectacular drive full of unforgettable sights.
• 9 hours
The Dingle Peninsula or Corca Dhuibhne stretches 30 miles into the Atlantic Ocean from Ireland’s southwest coast. Along the 'Wild Atlantic Way,' the peninsula is dominated by the range of mountains that form its spine, running from the Slieve Mish range to Mount Brandon, Ireland’s second highest peak. The coastline consists of steep sea-cliffs, broken by sandy beaches and the home to many a Hollywood movie sets as your driver/guide will explain.
• 9 hours
Experience a journey through time on these award-winning guided walking tours through the winding streets of medieval Ennis! History, mythology, legends, ghosts, poverty, murders and more are all covered on the tour. An experienced guide will lead you through the atmospheric winding streets and “bow-ways” of the town, while revealing the intriguing characters and stories that shaped its history. Hear about the mythology and legends of the town – from banshees to Biddy Early (the magical lady of Clare who was tried for witchcraft in Ennis). Hear tales of murders and hangings, famine and poverty, rebellions and riots and discover how the most powerful men from Irelands past were closely linked to the town. Finish the tour in the comfortable setting of a local pub and learn more about Clare’s unique contribution to the traditional Irish music scene.
• 70 minutes