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Five Days 'To The Edge of The World'

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Key Information:
Tour Duration: 5 day(s)
Group Size: 2 - 13 people
Destination(s): Ireland  
Specialty Categories: Cultural Journey   Multi-activity  
Season: January - December
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: Yes
Minimum Per Person Price: 799 Euro (EUR)
Maximum Per Person Price: 899 Euro (EUR)

The extra day makes all the difference giving you five superb days spent in an area once thought to be the edge of the world, including the majestic beauty of the ring of Kerry, the green fields, Pubs and Dolphin of Dingle, the magic of the Blarney Stone, and the West Cork.

Highlights:
- Tour the world famous Ring of Kerry
- Horseback riding along an Irish beach
- Kiss the magical Blarney Stone
- Go off-road to some of Ireland’s most remote and beautiful places
- Swim with Funghi the Dolphin in Dingle Bay
- Explore West Cork and the ‘undiscovered’ Beara Peninsula
- Walk in the Galtee Mountains
- Enjoy a barbeque on the beach
- Learn to surf an Atlantic wave
- Sea-kayak with the seals in Bantry bay
- Walk amongst the green fields and stone walls of Dingle
- Experience the vibrant Irish pubs and traditional Irish music
- Stay in first class B&B and hotel accommodation.

Your Itinerary:

Day 1: Depart Dublin. Pass through Curragh Racecourse Kildare Town and National Stud. The Magnificent Rock of Cashel. Walk and Picnic on Galtee Mohr (Ireland's Fifth highest Mountain) or visit the quirky Mitchelstown Caves. Pass through Cork, Ireland's 2nd city. Kiss the World Famous Blarney Stone. Follow Lee Valley to source of River Lee. Overnight in the stunning Gougane Barra Hotel.

Day 2: Walk in Gougane Barra Forest Park. Meet Atlantic Coastline at Bantry Bay. Seal Spotting in Glengarriff. Head out onto Beara Peninsula, the undiscovered Peninsula. Horse riding or a walk at Dun Booey, amongst the Castles. Lunch at McCarthy's Bar in Castletownbere. Take the cable car to Dursey Island. Walk back in time on Dursey Island. Overnight in tiny village of Glengarriff.

Day 3: Depart Allihes. Shortcut via old coppermines and over Mountain pass. Visit ancient Ogham stone in Eyeries. Explore Beara stunning coastline, views across to Iveragh Peninsula. Lunch in picturesque Kenmare. Join Ring on Kerry scenic route on the Iveragh Peninsula. Visit Staigue Fort (amazing views). Try to ride a Llama. Walk amongst Macgillycuddy Reeks Mountains. Barbeque on Derrynane Beach. Overnight in Portmagee.

Day 4: Quick stop at Rosbeigh Strand Early moring swim with Funghi the Dolphin. Head for Dingle Peninsula via Killorglin (Goat Fair) and Take Conor Pass, Ireland's Castlemaine (Wild Colonial Boy) highest road. Drive along Inch Strand Walk and view over Dingle Bay Surfing Lesson on Ireland's longe. Walk to waterfalls above Lough beach. Toliet stop and Lunch in Tom Crean's South Antarctic Exhibition in Tralee Pole Inn. Lunch in Adair. Through Dingle town and follow Slea Head Drive Pass through Limerick, Ireland's 3rd City. Cliffs photo back up peninsula. Head home via Kildare. Stop at Europe's most westerly point. Coumeenoule Beach (Ryans Daughter, Polo Advert). Dunchoain Harbour. Smerwick Head. Overnight in Dingle Town.

Day 5: Early morning swim with Funghi the Dolphin. Take Conor Pass, Ireland's highest road. Walk and view over Dingle Bay. Surfing Lesson on Ireland's longe beach. Toliet stop and Antarctic Exhibition in Tralee. Lunch in Adair. Pass through Limerick, Ireland's 3rd City. Head home via Kildare.

Note: Amazing 3, 7 and 11 day tours also available.

Member discount:
10% discount for InfoHub customer.  Request a free gift certificate.

Notes:
Airfare is not included in the tour price.

Price Includes:
- Accommodation and breakfasts, other meals are simply paid for at the time. Lunches tend to be a mixture of picnics, BBQ’s and pub lunches and then in the evening we normally head to a good pub or restaurant for our meal.
- For accommodation we normally use a mixture of B&B’s, small hotels and Lodges, all the rooms have private bathrooms and most have tea and coffee in the rooms. (The B&B prices are based on two sharing a room and include full cooked Irish breakfast). Each place is different and adds its own flavour to the tours, we have put a lot of work into finding just the right places and everyone seems really happy with the results.
* The price is based on two sharing, a single supplement on E85 applies for single rooms.

About This Supplier
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Location: Ireland
Joined InfoHub: Oct 2002
Client Request Served: 441

This is the perfect holiday for those who are looking for something different and want to fully experience Ireland. Instead of buses or minibuses we use 4X4 Land-Rovers, so our group sizes are smaller and more flexible and we can explore areas far beyond the reach of mortal tours. You will leave the road behind and...

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