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THE ANCIENT EAST TO THE WILD ATLANTIC WAY (6 DAYS)

1,775.00 1,600.00

Covering approximately 1200km, this six-day tour offers an incredible experience from the Ancient East of Ireland to the Wild Atlantic Way, missing no historic landmarks in between. One of the most culturally-rich experiences in Europe, you’ll see all of the following & more:

• Powercourt Gardens and Distillery
• Kilkenny City
• Cork & Kinsale
• The Killarney National Park
• The Dingle Peninsula
• The Wild Atlantic Way
• Cliffs of Moher
• The Burren National Park
• Connemara National Park
• Clonmacnoise
• Kilbeggan Whiskey
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Day 1 – Dublin to Kilkenny by means of Wicklow 

We will start our experience by meeting you at your inn in Dublin and taking an excursion south, out of Dublin and into the sensational Wicklow Mountains National Park. Moving green bumpy view anticipates, Our first stop of the day will be at the staggering Powercourt Estate and Distillery. Awarded the position  No 3 Garden on the planet by National Geographic. Set on 47 arces of nurseries, themed from Italian and Japanese Gardens. After this we will proceed with our excursion to the peaceful and quiet Glendalough also called ‘The Valley of the 2 Lakes’. Here you can visit the remnants of an antiquated destroyed religious community and appreciate the sensational background of the mountains and visit the 2 lakes saturated with Irish legends. We will proceed with our excursion through the Wicklow Gap preventing in regions conspicuous from the blockbuster Braveheart and through the first Hollywood before in the long run landing in the interesting Kilkenny City in The Medieval Heart of Ireland. Here you will have the opportunity to appreciate the Kilkenny Castle and the incredible art shops and historical centers before resigning for your first night remain. 

Principle Highlights – , Powercourt Gardens, Powercourt Distillery, Kilkenny City 

Day 2 – Kilkenny to Cork by means of Medieval South East 

Today we will start our south west excursion with a stumble into the agitator province of Cork. The excursion will take us through the dazzling Golden Vale farming district of Tipperary and Cork. Our first stop will be at the overwhelming Rock of Cashel. Here you can visit this old ministerial site and stronghold with dazzling all encompassing perspectives on the encompassing open country. We will at that point proceed with our excursion to the celebrated Blarney Castle to kiss the Blarney Stone and to the Jameson Whiskey Distillery before clearing our path through Cork City and onto the beach front port town of Cobh. We will at that point finish our day in the curious foodie town of Kinsale where you can appreciate the neighborhood bars and go through an agreeable night. 

Fundamental Highlights – Kiss the Blarney stone, Midleton Whiskey Distillery, Cork 

Day 3 – The Dingle Peninsula and Slea Head Drive 

Today we will proceed with our excursion around the mind boggling Dingle Peninsula. We will investigate the region with a staggering beach front drive around Slea Head, en route experiencing various archeological locales, for example, bee sanctuary cottages, ring fortresses, ogham stones and parts more. This is a day of amazing stonework astonishingly made by our precursors. There are likewise a lot of alternatives for exercises including brewery’s, bourbon refineries, antiquated archeological locales and a pontoon excursion to meet the renowned inhabitant Kerry dolphin – Fungi. Being in the cove since 1983 he is the universally adored along the Wild Atlantic Way. In the wake of investigating Dingle Town with it’s many specialty exhibitions and superb restaurants we will resign to our lodging for our subsequent night remain in Dingle. 

Principle Highlights – Slea Head Drive, Whiskey Distillery Tour, Dingle Town 

Day 4 – Dingle to Galway by means of The Cliffs of Moher 

Today’s venture is hypnotizing drive offers a lot of photograph chances of the scene where the mountains arrive at the ocean. We will at that point take a stop at the Blennerville Windmill, a remainder of Ireland’s past before we proceed through the town of Tralee and onto the Shannon Estuary. Here we will take a pontoon trip over the mouth of the Shannon landing in The Home of Irish Music – County Clare. The Cliffs of Moher. Remaining more than 220 meters high this dazzling beach front fascination offers some extraordinary precipice strolls along the Atlantic edge. In the wake of taking in the best of the precipices we will proceed with our Wild Atlantic Way venture this time heading towards the home of the Irish language – County Galway. We will go through one of the national parks of Ireland – The Burren. This moonlike scene offers a large group of incredible exercises and stories from Ireland past. The excursion proceeds with all the more shocking beach front drives before we land in County Galway passing the curious angling town of Kinvara and en route lastly finishing off with your evenings goal of Galway City. 

Principle Highlights – The Cliffs of Moher, The Burren National Park, Galway Bay, Dunguaire Castle, Galway City 

Day 5 – Galway City to Connemara Region 

This day brings us profound into the western outskirts of Ireland and into another National Park – Connemara. This remote and forlorn condition grandstands probably the most sensational landscape on the island with its moving slopes, stone dividers, waterways and lakes. Subsequent to getting a charge out of the best of Connemara we will proceed with our drive to the Killary Fjord. We have appreciate the Victorian Walled Gardens and Monastery home of the Benedict in Kylemore, before we head to landing site of Alcock and Brown, outside Clifden.

Primary Highlights – Connemara National Park, Killary Fjord, Kylemore Abbey. 

Day 6 – Galway to Dublin 

We start our excursion into the East with a drive over the moving green fields of Ireland’s midlands visiting one of the most significant devout locales in the nation, Clonmacnoise en route to investigate the excellent Celtic Crosses. After this stop, we will advance toward the Dublin in the wake of getting a charge out of kilbeggan Whiskey. 

Primary Highlights – Clonmacnoise, Kilbeggan Whiskey, 

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