Ireland

Tailor-made, self-drive and guided group tours to Ireland

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Ireland Holidays

Known as the “Emerald Isle”, Ireland lives up to its reputation for natural beauty. Here you can discover a land of stunning scenery, of green hills, ancient forests and moorlands, and perhaps the finest coastal scenery in all of Western Europe.

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Our Ireland Itineraries

Kerry Highlights

The County of Kerry consists of a series of mountainous peninsulas divided by deep-sea inlets. Here is found the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks, Ireland’s highest mountain range, centred on the dramatic Carrauntoohil. This itinerary explores the extraordinary scenery of the Dingle Peninsula and the Ring of Kerry. Connecting the coastal peninsulas are a network of ancient routes, many of which form part of the walks that you will enjoy during your holiday.

Destination

  • Ireland

Experience

  • Walking and Climbing
  • Group Travel

Prices from £1745 pp

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The Wild Atlantic Way

One of Europe’s most beautiful coastal routes, the Wild Atlantic Way is a sensational journey of soaring cliffs, hidden beaches, off-shore islands, colourful villages, and stunning coastal bays. Starting in Castlebar and ending in Clifden, this 8-day guided walking tour will see you explore the coast of County Mayo, as well as the islands of Achill, Clare and Inishbofin. You’ll be accompanied along the way by an experienced walking guide and up to 11 travelling companions.

Destination

  • Ireland

Experience

  • Walking and Climbing
  • Group Travel

Prices from £1745 pp

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Castles of Ireland

From green pastures to sheer cliffs and commanding stone castles, Ireland’s historical and natural landscapes converge to create a wonderfully atmospheric whole. This 8-day self-drive will see you cross the country from east to west, exploring diverse regions along the way, including the Dingle peninsula, Connemara, and the Burren. You’ll also learn much about Ireland’s history as you explore its medieval castles and abbeys, and discover towns & cities including Dublin, Galway and Limerick.

Destination

  • Ireland

Experience

  • Cultural Holidays
  • Self-drive Holidays

Prices from £1585 pp

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Wild Coasts of the British Isles (15-day Voyage)

Cruise along the magnificent coastline of the British Isles, visiting the Hebrides, Northern & Southern Ireland, the Isle of Man, and the Jurassic Coast of England, on this 15-day expedition cruise aboard the hybrid-powered MS Maud. The MS Maud is a hybrid-powered, environmentally-friendly vessel with dramatically reduced CO2-emissions and fuel usage. NB. This cruise itinerary is also offered as an abbreviated 13-day voyage - please refer to the 13-day Voyage itinerary PDF for more detail.

Destination

  • Scotland
  • Ireland

Experience

  • Cruise Holidays

Prices from £3569 pp

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Ireland By Activity

Additional Information

Entry Requirements

Ireland, along with the UK, is a member of the Common Travel Area. British nationals travelling from the UK don’t need a passport to visit Ireland. However, Irish immigration officers will check the ID of all passengers arriving by air from the UK and may ask for proof of nationality, particularly if you were born outside the UK. Airlines may also insist you carry a passport. You are therefore advised to take your British passport with you. This should be valid for the duration of your stay in Ireland.

Non-UK passport holders: please consult your embassy or consulate in your home country for the latest advice on visas and entry requirements.

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