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11 Day Giant Irish Adventure

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Key Information:
Tour Duration: 11 day(s)
Group Size: 2 - 13 people
Destination(s): Ireland   Northern Ireland  
Specialty Categories: Cultural Journey   Multi-activity  
Season: January - December
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: Yes
Minimum Per Person Price: 1689 Euro (EUR)
Maximum Per Person Price: 1919 Euro (EUR)

Finn McCool, the legendary Irish giant, was apparently so tall that you could see all of Ireland between his legs. And like Finn, who could travel the length and breadth of the island in a few easy steps, this epic 11 day day adventure effortlessly explores more of Ireland than most Irish people will visit in their lifetime. From the Giant's (that would be Finn's) Causeway in the very north east to the Blarney Stone in the south west the trip packs in loads of great scenery, walks and outdoor activity, historical and legendary sites and lots more. And if the weather is clear, you might even see Finn McCool himself.

Northern Ireland was named as one of the top ten places in the world to visit by Lonely Planet travel guides. Not surprising really when you consider the great scenery, fascinating history and political situation, the activity options and the genuine warm welcome. Plus, of course, for many it is a new area to be explored as the peace has unfolded over the last ten years. Northwest and Western Ireland: Heading across to the north-west Imagine a country of wild moorland, rugged mountain ranges, dark and mysterious lakes, spectacular beaches, hidden villages, rebel castles and prehistoric forts. We will take you to places that coach tours of Ireland simply cannot reach, and the small group sizes on the tours give us greater flexibility to tailor-make the vacation to suit each group.

It is a region with a huge amount to offer a visitor, and all in a relatively small area. You will have the chance to go for walks, ride a bike or a horse, surf an Atlantic wave, try your hand at fishing or hit a golf ball. The range of activities available is huge and qualified and experienced instructors supervise all. You'll also have the chance not to do the activities and just take it easy while we show you around. Visit our Customer Photo Gallery to see more photos from this tour taken by our passengers.

Tour Highlights:
- Travel by Land-rover, boat, horse, surf-board and on foot
- Visit the legendary Giants Causeway
- Conquer your fear of heights on the Carrick-a-Rede Rope bridge
- Clamber over the cliff-top ruins of Dun Luce Castle
- Take a Black cab tour of the fascinating Belfast city
- Hill-walking amongst some of the most remote and stunning scenery in Ireland
- Try Surfing in the North and north-west
- Horse-riding on breath-taking endless beaches
- Learn the A walking tour of Londonderry/ Derry city
- Explore the nine Glens of Antrim
- Walk in the Mourne Mountains
- Climb Knocknaree Mountain to Queen Maeve's tomb
- Galway Bay’s Atlantic coastline
- Overnight in six picturesque locations in first class B&B and Hotel accommodation
- Walk in Connemara’s mountains
- Have a barbeque, bonfire and game of Gaelic football on the beach
- Loads of activity options like surfing, horse-riding and walking
- Take a relaxing steam and sea-weed bath
- Great pubs and live music
- Stunning castles and legendary places
- Drive through hidden valleys with dark, mysterious lakes
- Discover the Irish archeological, geological and biological heritage of County Clare’s Burren Region
- Have lunch in Galway city
- The Cliffs of Moher
- Cross the River Shannon by ferry
- Optional boat trip to the incredible Skellig Islands
- Tour and Explore the Wilderness of Galway’s Connemara Region
- Discover the Irish archeological, geological and biological heritage of County Clare’s Burren Region
- 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
- Boat trip to see 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 rich history of ireland, from Stone Age man to the modern age
- Experience the vibrant Irish pubs and traditional Irish music.

Airfare is not included in the tour price.

Price Includes:
- Off the beaten track adventure in 4X4 tour vehicle
- Services of highly trained professional tour guide
- 11 Full days on tour
- 10 nights accommodation (4 nights B&B, 6 nights Hotel)
- 10 Full Irish breakfast
- Most daily activities and visits
- All relevant taxes
- Guaranteed tour price from the moment you make your deposit
- Loads of laughs
- Lunches and evening meals are optional
- Some optional entrance fees and additional activity options (eg. Black cab tour, Horse riding and surfing)
- 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.

Note: The price is based on two sharing, a single supplement on E195 applies for single rooms.

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