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Ireland Tour Packages

With the best Ireland Tour Packages, the tourist places are so beautiful that it is possible to mistake it as heaven. Ireland stuns everybody. The Irish don’t really need much provocation to call their land the most beautiful under the sun. And many may agree with them on that sentiment, what with the Connemara loneliness, the greenery and wilderness of the Donegal, the counties of Kerry and that of Cork, the scenes bestowed upon them, all add up to the country being one of the most beautiful in the work.

It is trite to establish the fact that Ireland happens to be a surplus of culture. Its basic strong points are its culture, in terms of architecture, music, and literature. Anywhere you go, you will see this abundance of expression and culture. You can have so much fun, while doing things like attending some great play in Dublin, sitting on the edge of the seat of an Irish club, or bang away with your head to EDM at some club. The summer here is spent knee deep in festivals with flowers sprouting up everywhere. The Irish aren’t just altruist but they are also warmly welcome.

Ireland is full of history starting from the Slea Head of Kerry and the Bru Na Boinne and ending at Carrowmore of Sligo. There are also remnants about Ireland of the prehistoric ages and the monastic past, that is clearly reflected at places such as Glendalough, Cashel and that of Clonmacnoise. Ireland has launched a new tourist programme called Ireland’s ancient east which talks about its wealthy heritage. The Titanic Cobh Experience and Dublin’s Kilmainham Gaol are part of its more recent section of history. Present day island can be experienced on a large scale sitting comfortably in an old school taxi on a tool of west Belfast.

Ireland is not only meant for family vacations but it is also the ideal honeymoon area. Couples are seen all over walking hand in hand strolling down streets and going for walks, doing fun activities together. A chance of going to this particular place is a once in a lifetime experience, so indulge in the best Ireland Tour Packages and have a memorable time here.

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    About the Activity:As everyone knows, Ireland is an unbeatable honeymoon destination, keeps in its store a lot more every time you visit. Go through this nine day elaborate tour of Ireland perfectly woven for those who are newly married.The picturesque valleys, mountains, old cities and towns, ports and harbours, lakes and woods will look like posing for some post card pictures.An idyllic spot to start your ever after togetherness beautifully with the wishes from multi coloured structures and narrow streets famous for traditional arts and architecture.Indulge in boating, yachting, hiking, walking as well apart from the widest range of sightseeing; this trip allows you to cover almost all the breathtaking avenues of Ireland.The package includes food, accommodation and transportation which is inclusive of airport transfers.

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  • Which are the best castle tours in Ireland?

    Being as old as it is, with such beautiful agriculture dotting its green grounds, Ireland is full of castles to grace the land with their beauty and finesse. The castles, made of stone, are so beautiful and so famous, that people from all over the planet come in to see them. The best castle tours in Ireland are:

    •      Dublin Castle, Dame St. Dublin
    •      Kilkenny Castle, The Parade, Kilkenny
    •      Ashford Castle, Co. Mayo
    •      Donegal Castle, Bridge Street, Donegal
    •      Dunguaire Castle, Co. Galway
    •      Cahir Castle, Co. Tipperary
    •      Doe Castle, Co. Donegal
    •      Bunratty Castle, Co. Clare
    •      Blarney Castle, Co. Cork
    •      Rock of Cashel, Co. Tipperary
    •      Northern Ireland Highlights Day Trip Including Giant's Causeway from Dublin
    •      Cliffs of Moher Day Trip from Dublin
    •      Cliffs of Moher Tour Including Wild Atlantic Way and Galway City from Dublin
    •      Blarney Castle and Cork Day Trip from Dublin
    •      Limerick, Cliffs of Moher, Burren and Galway Bay Rail Tour from Dublin
    •      Kilkenny City, Wicklow Mountains and Glendalough Day Trip from Dublin
    •      Cork and Blarney Castle Rail Trip from Dublin
    •      Waterford Crystal and Kilkenny Rail Trip from Dublin

  • What are the top surfing and kayaking tours in Ireland?

    Even though people living in Ireland are inclined towards appreciating the on-land activities more, the people visiting should not give up the chance of having fun with a little bit of Irish water. The surfing and kayaking tours of Ireland are:

    •      Clew Bay Bike Hire and Outdoor Day Adventures (Westport) Mor Active Tours (Killarney)
    •      Get West (Limerick)
    •      Irish Adventures (Dingle)
    •      Nevsail Watersports and Rock Climbing(Limerick)
    •      The North Clare Sea Kayaking Tour Company(Doolin)
    •      Give It A Go (Galway)
    •      Atlantic Sea Kayaking (Cork)
    •      Kayakmor (Galway)
    •      Outdoors Ireland - Day Tours (Killarney)
    •      Sligo Kayak Tours (Sligo)
    •      Nevsail Watersports (Kilkee)
    •      The Adventure Islands (Westport)
    •      The Irish Experience (Wexford)
    •      Dunmore Adventure (Dunmore East)
    •      Kayaking (Dalkey)
    •      Lough Derg Water Sports (Nenagh)
    •      Ashford Equestrian Centre (Cong)
    •      Killary Adventure Centre (Leenane)
    •      Sunfish Explorer - Motorised Kayaking Tours(Sneem)
    •      Bray Adventures (Bray)

  • Which are the best whale watching tours in Ireland?

    The waters of Ireland are beautiful and as nice as it gets. But they are occupied by other animals, ones that provide huge amounts of revenue to the state. These animals are whales and dolphins, to watch whom, people all over the world go to Dublin. The best whale watching tours in Dublin are:

    •      Cork Whale Watch (Skibbereen)
    •      Dingle Dolphin Boat Tours (Dingle)
    •      Dingle Bay Speed Boat Tours & Great Blasket Island Experience (Dingle)
    •      Dolphinwatch (Carrigaholt)
    •      Blasket Islands Eco Marine Tours (Ventry)
    •      Whale Watch West Cork (Baltimore)
    •      Ewings Sea Angling and Boat Charters(Rosses Point)
    •      Dingle Sea Safari (Dingle)
    •      Baltimore Sea Safari (Baltimore)
    •      Sunfish Explorer - Motorised Kayaking Tours(Sneem)
    •      West Cork, Carrigaholt, County Clare
    •      Inishowen, County Donegal

  • Where are the best places to watch the northern lights in Ireland?

    The northern light of Ireland is beautiful. These northern lights, also known as Aurora Borealis, are actually light reflected on the ions of the ionosphere. These reflected rays form colorful patterns in the night sky which look like musical notes. The best places to watch northern lights in Ireland are:

    •      Malin Head Co. Donegal
    •      Tory Island, Donegal
    •      Arranmore, Donegal
    •      Dunree, Donegal
    •      Mamore Gap, Donegal
    •      Inisturk, Mayo
    •      Moville, Inishowen, Co. Donegal
    •      Rosinver, Leitrim
    •      Belmullet, Mayo
    •      Mullaghmore, Sligo
    •      Dunaff, Co. Donegal
    •      Mussenden Temple
    •      Downpatrick Head
    •      Dunluce Castle
    •      Donegal
    •      Malin Head
    •      Dunree
    •      Mamore Gap
    •      Dunaff
    •      Inishowen Peninsula
    •      Mamore Gap
    •      Dunree

  • What are the best hiking tours in Ireland?

    With the amazing scenery and infrastructure of the island, the place is befitting to be called the dream place of every hiker/trekker. The tour guides can give you instructions and there is a variety of levels of treks, such as easy, moderate or difficult. The best hiking tours in Ireland are:

    •      Causeway Coast Way (North Coast, County Antrim); Length: 33m / 53 km; Difficulty: Moderate
    •      Hare’s Cap(Mourne Mountains, County Down); Length: 2.1m / 3.4km; Difficulty: Strenuous
    •      Divis Ridge Trail (Belfast, County Antrim); Length: 4.2m / 6.8km; Difficulty: Easy-Moderate
    •      Cronin's Yard Loop (MacGillycuddy's Reeks, County Kerry); Length: 5m / 8km; Difficulty: Moderate
    •      The Famine Walk (Killary Fjord, Connemara, County Galway); Length: 10m / 16km; Difficulty: Moderate-Hard
    •      Kerry Climbing (Killarney)
    •      Hillwalk Tours (Galway)
    •      The Lodge & Reeks Guiding Company(Beaufort)
    •      Shane's Howth Hikes (Howth)
    •      Epic Ireland (Galway)
    •      The Adventure Islands (Westport)
    •      The Irish Experience (Wexford)
    •      Joyce's Ireland Hiking Tours (Roundwood)
    •      Hilltoptreks (Dublin)
    •      Killarney Outdoor Experience (Killarney)
    •      The Titanic Trail (Cobh)
    •      Mountain Trails - Wicklow Day Hikes (Dublin)

  • Which are the famous localities for a food tour in Ireland?

    Even though Ireland can be the place where breweries and food are synonymous, the food found here is just as good as any found anywhere on the planet, maybe better. The famous localities for a food tour in Ireland are:

    •      Guinness Storehouse (Dublin)
    •      Teeling Whiskey Distillery (Dublin
    •      Jameson Distillery Bow St (Dublin)
    •      The Jameson Experience (Midleton)
    •      Smithwick's Experience Kilkenny (Kilkenny)
    •      Irish Whiskey Experience (Killarney)
    •      Butlers Chocolate Experience (Dublin)
    •      Irish Food Trail (Dublin)
    •      Tullamore Dew (Tullamore)
    •      Old Kilbeggan Distillery (Kilbeggan)
    •      Killarney Brewing Company (Killarney)
    •      Galway Food Tours (Galway)
    •      Fabulous Food Trails (Dublin)
    •      Dingle Whiskey Distillery (Dingle)
    •      Old Midleton Distillery (Midleton)
    •      Blacks Brewery (Kinsale)
    •      Tapas Trail (Dublin)
    •      Pearse Lyons Distillery (Dublin)
    •      The Porterhouse Brewing Company (Dublin)
    •      Dublin Cookery School (Dublin)
    •      Connacht Whiskey Company (Ballina)
    •      Jameson Distillery (Midleton)
    •      Dublin Whiskey Tours (Dublin)
    •      Dingle Brewery Company (Dingle)
    •      Blarney Chocolate Factory (Blarney)
    •      Howth Castle Cookery School (Howth)
    •      Strandhill People's Market (Strandhill)
    •      Secret Food Tours Dublin (Dublin)

  • Which are the best wildlife experiences in Ireland?

    Ireland has been graced with amazing beauty, forests, and extensive wildlife. The best wildlife experiences in Ireland are:

    •      Wild Rover Tours (Dublin)
    •      Collins Day Tours (Dublin)
    •      Ireland's School of Falconry (Cong)
    •      Kerry Climbing (Killarney)
    •      Shamrocker Irish Adventures - Day Tour(Dublin)
    •      Vagabond Tours (Greystones)
    •      More Active Tours (Killarney)
    •      Dingle Slea Head Tours (Dingle)
    •      Wicklow Mountains Tour (Dublin)
    •      The Lodge & Reeks Guiding Company(Beaufort)
    •      Wild Atlantic Way Day Tours (Galway)
    •      Unique Ascent (Annagry)
    •      Darby O’Gill Day Tours (Dublin)
    •      Killarney Guided Tours (Killarney)
    •      Beautiful Meath Tours (County Dublin)

  • What are the top attractions on a sightseeing tour in Ireland?

    With a heritage as a rich as Ireland’s is, the place cannot help but have the best of the best attractions sightseeing. The top attractions on a sightseeing tour in Ireland are:

    •      Trinity College, Dublin
    •      Glendalough, Co. Wicklow
    •      Muckross House & Gardens, Killarney, Co. Kerry
    •      Powerscourt House and Gardens, Co. Wicklow
    •      The Aran Islands
    •      The Ring of Kerry
    •      Kinsale, Co. Cork
    •      Shop Street, Galway
    •      The Rock of Cashel
    •      The Cliffs of Moher
    •      Grafton Street Area, Dublin
    •      Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin
    •      Dalkey and Killiney on Dublin's south coast
    •      The Little Museum of Dublin
    •      St. Stephen's Green, Dublin
    •      Bunratty Castle & Folk Park
    •      The English Market, Cork

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