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Travel Guide: Ireland

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Cliffs of Moher

Join your private guide, a former Cliffs of Moher ranger and area expert, for a privately guided walk along one of Ireland’s most iconic natural attractions, the Cliff of Moher. Explore the local flora, fauna while gaining insight on the geology, history and heritage of the area.

Sheen Falls Lodge

A wide range of activities can be enjoyed at Sheen Falls Lodge. Including: 

  • Falconry
  • Horse riding
  • Clay pigeon shooting
  • Horse & carriage excursions
  • Archery
  • Kayaking 
  • Paddleboarding
  • Fishing

Killarney National Park

Killarney National Park was the first of Ireland’s seven national parks, when the entire Muckross Estate was donated to the Irish Nation in 1932. Encompassing almost 40 square miles (25,000 acres) it includes the Lakes of Killarney, and Ireland’s highest mountain peaks. It is also home to Ireland’s only native herd of Red Deer and the most extensive covering of native forest.

Hike the Killarney National Park

Killarney National Park has a distinctive and dramatic terrain mountains, lakes, forests and waterfalls. There are many different hiking trails to suit a range of fitness levels, all offering beautiful scenic surroundings and exposure to native flora and fauna of Ireland’s southwest.

Aran Islands Inis Mór

There are three islands collectively known as the Aran Islands that lie South off the Connemara Coast. On Inis Mór, the largest of these, is a long-lived community that celebrates its rich history and traditional lifestyle. Accompanied by local expert guide, explore the island by 4x4 and meet local farmers followed by a fabulous seaweed infused lunch in an authentic cottage with local seaweed harvesters. These locals share their stories about everyday life on the Aran Islands and growing up in this remote area of Ireland. Transportation to the islands is by private helicopter, public or chartered commuter flight via Aer Arran Islands, or public or private ferry.

Kilkenny Castle & Kilkenny City

Few buildings in Ireland can boast a longer history of continuous occupation than Kilkenny Castle . Founded soon after the Norman conquest of Ireland, the Castle has been rebuilt, extended and adapted to suit changing circumstances and uses over a period of 800 years. Kilkenny City is known as the medieval capital of Ireland, and the city centre has the feel of a town rather than a city. Built from dark grey limestone flecked with fossil seashells, Kilkenny is also known as ‘the marble city’. Kilkenny is a centre for arts and crafts, and home to a host of fine restaurants, cafés, pubs and shops.

City Walking Tour

This privately guided walking tour through Ireland’s invigorating capital, visits to St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland, and The Old Library at Trinity College, home to The Book of Kells, one of the world’s most famous illuminated manuscripts depicting the four Gospels of the New Testament written in Latin.

Connemara National Park

Connemara is a region of western Co. Galway, which is known for its rugged mountain scenery; blended on the western seaboard by stunning seascapes. It is loosely bordered on the north and east by Lough Corrib (Ireland’s 2nd largest lake) and reaches the Atlantic Ocean on the western seaboard. It is also home to Ireland’s only fjord at Killary Harbour, as well as the largest Irish-speaking region. The principle town in Connemara is Clifden, and no tour of the region would not be complete without a visit to Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Gardens.

Kylemore Abbey

Kylemore Abbey is set in the dramatic landscape of Connemara National Park and is home to the Benedictine Nuns who had been exiled from Belgium after their own abbey was bombed in the Great War. They took up residence in 1920, and have remained there ever since. Since the 1970s the Abbey, Gothic Church, and Victorian Gardens have been open to the public to enjoy its history and grandeur on self-guided tours. 

Distillery Tour

  • The Perfect Pint: Guinness Storehouse and Pub Crawl

Dublin City is world renowned for offering the best pints of Guinness® anywhere in the world. On this pub crawl adventure, you’ll visit some of the traditional Irish pubs that claim to serve the absolute finest pints of Guinness® that Dublin has to offer! Begins with a visit to the iconic Guinness Storehouse for a self guided exploration followed by a privately guided authentic and memorable pub crawl experience while taking in local sites of Dublin City along the way. Mingle with the locals, maybe catch a live music session and most importantly, you will sample what Guinness® should really taste like!

  • Kilbeggan Distillery

Located in the charming village of Kilbeggan, the distillery is one of the oldest licenced distilleries in Ireland; dating back to 1757. As part of your visit learn about the traditional methods of mashing in oak mash tuns, fermenting in Oregon pine vats and see the new Kilbeggan malt spirit flowing from ancient pot stills. The original waterwheel which once powered the whole distillery is still on show today. A stroll across the courtyard takes you to the present day, where whiskey is still being produced using ancient traditions, passed on for generations. Finish up your visit with a masterclass in tasting four unique Irish whiskeys.

  • J.J. Corry Irish Whiskey

Visit the McGuane family farm and experience a resurrection of the lost art of Irish Whiskey Bonding. On this immersive experience, enjoy the flavours of Independent Irish Whiskey created by emulating the conditions of ageing and blending used by Irish Whiskey Bonders of old.

  • Teeling Distillery: Private Tour & Tasting

Located in the heart of the historic Liberties district, against the backdrop of a city steeped in whiskey history, the Teeling Whiskey Distillery opened its doors in 2015 as the first new distillery in Dublin for more than 125 years. Your privately guided tour takes guests on a behind the scenes exploration of a fully operational distiller where they can experience the complete whiskey making process from milling and mashing to the maturation. The experienced is topped off with a tasting of four selections of this award winning Irish whiskey.

Overland Discovery Experience

This bespoke journey to the Wicklow Mountains National Park takes in a spectacular scenery in The Garden of Ireland. Take in the views as you are driven from point to point in an expedition vehicle. Enjoy Rock climb and abseil at Lough Dan, followed by an exciting Axe Throwing experience in a private valley with backdrop of Glenmacnass waterfall! Finish off your day with a whiskey toast overlooking Lough Tay also known as the Guinness Lake.

Sheepdog Demo Connemara Sheep Farm

A taste of rural Ireland in days gone by. Visit Killary Sheep Farm, a traditional working sheep farm overlooking the stunning Killary Fjord, and witness a working sheepdog herding demonstration. Discover how, with a whistle, a whisper or a gesture, the farmer can direct his highly trained working dogs to herd a flock of remarkably well behaved sheep. These incredibly smart dogs are trained from puppies, and it’s incredible to watch them in action.

Dromoland Castle Private Hawk Walk

Falconry is an indispensable aspect of the Dromoland Castle experience, allowing you to appreciate amazing animals amongst spectacular landscapes. Get up close and personal with majestic falcons, hawks, and owls on the Castle grounds. Gain insight into the world of these amazing birds of prey and the special relationship they have with their falconers.

Skellig Michael

Accessible via the fishing village of Portmagee , the magnificent Skellig Islands lie 12 km off the southwest coast. Rising 714ft. majestically from the sea, the awe inspiring Skellig Michael, the more iconic of the two rocks, is home to a remarkably well preserved sixth century monastic settlement. 

Howth Cliff Walk

Howth, lying on the north coast of Dublin, is a beautiful seaside village. Your local guide will lead you along a scenic coastal hike.

Private Hike in the Kingdom of Kerry

Embark with your private guide on what is claimed to be some of the most spectacularly scenic hiking in Ireland. Surrounded by sea, rolling hills, wild fields and ancient ruins, this hike offers a rare glimpse into the region’s rich history and culture, as well as a more intimate encounter with nature than public walking and hiking routes.

Beara Peninsula the Ring of Beara

The Ring of Beara is a route along the Beara Peninsula along the Atlantic Ocean in the Southwest of Ireland. Wild, and relatively unexplored, the Ring of Beara is less known to tourists than the Ring of Kerry.

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