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Scenic drive of the Causeway Coast & Ring of Kerry Highlights
Explore Dublin, Belfast, The Burren & The Medieval City of
Discover the Walled City of Derry, the art of whiskey making at
The Midleton Distillery Experience and the history of glass
making in Waterford

Detailed Itinerary

Welcome to Dublin Airport. Make your own way to your city centre hotel. The remainder of the day is free to enjoy all that Dublin has to offer. This evening meet your fellow tour participants for a welcome drink.

Meet your driver and guide at the hotel’s reception and depart towards
Belfast. On route, you will travel through the Boyne Valley and the 5,000-year-old Hill of Tara, the seat of the ancient High Kings of Ireland. Stop at the Glyde Inn for a unique VR experience! You won’t just learn about being a Viking; you will become one. Continue to Hillsborough Castle, the official Royal Palace for Northern Ireland, for a visit. Discover stories of celebration, entertainment, diplomacy, and negotiation as you explore Hillsborough Castle's fascinating history and stunning State Rooms. Overnight: Belfast (Bed & Breakfast)

Splendidly situated at the head of Belfast Lough, Belfast City is a modern and vibrant city which is proud of its heritage and history. Enjoy a panoramic tour of the city centre during which your guide will explain how Belfast developed from a small market town to an industrial giant. Pass by landmarks like City Hall and Queen’s University before visiting Titanic Belfast, an iconic landmark building where the story of Titanic is told. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure in Belfast. Optional: Glenshane Country Farm Sheepdog Demo – Supplement of AUD 37 .00 pp.

A family-owned sheep farm based deep in the beautiful ancient landscape of the Sperrin Mountains. Meet James McCloy, a fourth-generation shepherd who wants to introduce people to sheep farming, particularly his highly trained team of working sheepdogs. Join Moss, Tess & 2 year old Jess, on this immersive experience, ‘Sheepdogs at Work’. Overnight: Belfast (Bed & Breakfast)

Check out of your hotel this morning and travel along the spectacular
North Antrim Coastline. Experience the highlight of any trip to Northern Ireland: The Giant’s Causeway, where about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns result from a volcanic eruption. The site was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986. After your visit, continue to Derry, Ireland’s only fully intact walled city. Your tour concludes with a walk along Derry's walls, which has witnessed centuries of drama. Overnight: Donegal (Dinner, bed & breakfast)

Our first stop today is at Belleek Pottery which has been in business since 1857. See first-hand how this world-renowned pottery is created. Continue to the Marble Arch Caves and explore a fascinating, natural underworld of rivers, winding passages and lofty chambers. The caves, in the heart of the UNESCO Global Geopark, were formed in limestone rock when water flowing through the rock slowly dissolved it to leave chambers, passages and systems you can explore during a guided tour. Overnight: Galway (Dinner, bed & breakfast)

This morning, travel into Co. Clare and the Burren Region. Visit the Cliffs of Moher, offering splendid views over the Atlantic Ocean. Rising to over 200 metres in places, they are among the highest sea cliffs in Western Europe and stretch for about 8km along the Atlantic coast. Return to Galway to enjoy some time at leisure in the city.
Overnight: Galway (Bed & breakfast)

Travel south towards Cork. En route, you will pass Limerick City, founded in the 9th century by Vikings. In the afternoon arrive in Blarney where you will visit Blarney Castle. Blarney Castle is set in over 60 acres of stunning arkland, filled with rare and unusual plants and trees and steeped in history. Visitors, too, can possess the gift of the gab by kissing the mythical Blarney Stone (or stone of eloquence).
Overnight: Cork (Bed & breakfast)

Today discover the highlights of the Ring of Kerry. Take in the spectacular scenery of Molls Gap and Ladies’ View. Finish the day with a relaxing Jaunting Car Ride in Killarney National Park! Step back in time by experiencing Ireland’s most traditional mode of transport with a Jaunting Car Tour/ horse and carriage to view Killarney’s most loved beauty hotspots. Learn all about the area's history from your jarvey, many of whom are second and third-generation jarveys. Overnight: Cork (Bed & Breakfast)

Visit the nearby Midleton Distillery Experience, founded by the Murphy Brothers in 1825, which still produces more than 24 million bottles of whiskey yearly. Finish the visit with a tasting of this famous Irish whiskey. Continue towards Waterford, where you will visit the House of Waterford in the city’s Viking Triangle. On the tour, you will witness how Waterford Crystal masterpieces are crafted, from initial design to final engraving. Overnight: Kilkenny (Bed & Breakfast)

Visit the Dunbrody Famine Ship, a full-scale replica of the original ship built in 1845 for the Graves family of New Ross and which carried thousands of emigrants from Ireland to North America over thirty years. Afternoon at leisure in Kilkenny to discover this picturesque medieval city. Optional: Entrance & self-guided tour to Kilkenny Castle – Supplement of AUD 19 pp Kilkenny Castle has been an important site since the Anglo-Normans built it in the 12th century. Learn about life in the castle over the many centuries
of its existence. Overnight: Kilkenny (Bed & Breakfast)

In Dublin visit the EPIC Museum and find out why over 10 million people emigrated from Ireland. As you uncover the stories of our emigrants, you’ll realise that emigration is not about what people leave behind but what they bring with them. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure. OPTIONAL: Evening Entertainment at Taylor’s Three Rock or similar –Supplement of AUD 152. 00 pp.

Visit this lively pub in Rathfarnham for an excellent night of music and dance. Overnight: Dublin (Bed & breakfast)

After a final Irish breakfast, transfer to Dublin Airport for your departure
flight home under own arrangements.


11 nights accommodation with daily breakfast
Dinner at your hotel on days 4 & 5
Visits include The Glyde Inn VR Experience, Hillsborough Castle,
Titanic Belfast, Giants Causeway, Derry City Walking tour,
Belleek Pottery, Marble Arch Caves, Cliffs of Moher, Blarney
Castle, Jaunting Car ride in Killarney National Park, Midleton
Distillery Experience, House of Waterford, Dunbrody Famine
Ship, EPIC museum.
Modern motor-coach for days 2-11
English speaking guide for days 1-11
Porterage x 1 piece of luggage p.p


*Service charges and taxes at existing rates.

Gratuities are not included in our quotes or on our coach tours, these are at the passengers' discretion.

Drinks as specified in the program. Mineral water, Wine, Beer or
other Alcoholic Beverages. 

In the event that additional taxes are introduced by governing bodies or
existing taxes increased, the increase will be passed on to the Client.

Personal nature such as laundry, room service, telephone charges, or other hotel charges such as damage to property or excessive cleaning charges due to inappropriate behaviour. All Passengers are responsible for settling any such costs incurred before checking out of each hotel.

We will not be held liable for any claims relating to lack of proper travel


Dublin - Academy Plaza, The Gresham or similar
Belfast - Maldron Hotel, Holiday Inn Belfast or similar
Donegal - Jacksons Hotel, The Clanree or similar
Galway - Salthill Hotel, Clayton Hotel or similar
Cork - Maldron Southmall, Clayton Hotel or similar
Kilkenny - Hotel Kilkenny, Ormonde Hotel or similar

Child Reduction: 50% reduction per child
(5- 12 years incl. based on one child sharing a room with two adults)

Triple Room Reduction: (Subject to availability and upon request).

29 Guests Maximum

All prices specified in the quotation are correct at the date thereof. Any prices quoted for hotels, attractions and services may be subject to change and cannot be guaranteed until final confirmation of the booking.

‘Force Majeure Event’ includes flood; lightning; explosion; war; strike; embargo; labour dispute; government requirement; civil or military requirement; act of God or nature; sickness; quarantine; curfews; local or country-wide lockdowns; official non-essential travel warnings from recognised authorities; inability to secure goods or services; act or omission of carriers or suppliers; acts or failures to act of any governmental or competent authority; or any other causes beyond its reasonable control, whether or not similar to the foregoing, making it impossible, illegal, commercially impracticable or inadvisable for passengers to attend or
creating a significant risk to the passengers’ health or safety (‘Force Majeure Event’).

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Fixed Departure
16 Jun, 2024

AUD 5,763 P P twin share
AUD 7,565 P P single

20 Jul, 2024

AUD 5,763 P P twin share
AUD 7,565 P P single

10 Aug, 2024

AUD 5,763 P P twin share
AUD 7,565 P P single

14 Sep, 2024

AUD 5,763 P P twin share
AUD 7,565 P P single

12 Oct, 2024

AUD 5,283 P P twin share
AUD 7,085 P P single

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