Day 1: Saturday: 16th March, London - Dublin - Meet us at Kilburn (tube) station at 6:15 am, where your Leprechaun tour guide will meet you with our luxurious Paddywagon bus and take you on an unforgettable journey at 6.30 am sharp!
Day 2: Sunday 17th March St Paddy's Day, Dublin - Dublin - Your morning is free for you to relax and explore. At 10.30am we'll regroup and go to O'Connell bridge to take our places at the world's biggest non-military parade and festival and watch it proceed past us with over 250,000 participants! Afterwards, we enjoy a celebration of human happiness in the famed Temple Bar area before we overnight in Dublin city.
Day 3: Monday 18th March, Dublin - Belfast - Our first stop at Monasterboice, a monastic settlement dating back to year 501. Discover why Lonely Planet regards Belfast as one of the top 10 'must-see' destinations on Earth. We strongly recommend the world famous Black Taxi tour (optional) to view the Peace Wall and political murals. Your driver will show you highlights of the city including City Hall, Queen's University, Albert's Clock, Botanic Gardens and much more. Tonight we stay in the charming University Quarter.
Day 4: Tuesday 19th March, Belfast - Giant’s Causeway - Derry - Letterkenny - We initially visit the Dark Hedges, made famous by Game of Thrones. Then it's the jackpot visit of the day - we will trace the footprints of Celtic Giants, walk the Giant's Causeway! We'll cross the border to nearby Co. Donegal where we'll stop for the evening in Letterkenny.
Day 5: Wednesday 20 March, Letterkenny - Co. Sligo - Galway - This morning we'll turn south and begin making our way down the west coast of Ireland. The drive takes you through the beautiful counties of Donegal and Sligo, once home to Nobel Laureate poet W.B. Yeats. This afternoon we'll arrive in Galway, City of the Tribes, where we'll overnight.
Day 6: Thursday 21th March, Galway - Killarney - We visit CLIFFS OF MOHER, the most popular natural tourist destination in Ireland and most spectacular cliffs in Europe. Rising over 700 ft in height, these cliffs are home to some of natures most majestic birds including puffins, gannets and many more. We spend the night in Killarney.
Day 7: Friday 22th March, Killarney - Dingle - We visit Ireland's longest beach at Inch, and then we take the short drive to Dingle, a charming Gaelic speaking fishing village.en it's off on a wonderful pleasant drive around Slea Head.
Day 8: Saturday 23th March, Dingle - Dublin - London - Our day begins by crossing the Cork and Kerry mountains and heading for the world renowned Blarney Castle. For detailed itinerary please see 'Additional Info' section.