Day Trips from Dublin

Cliffs of MoherCliffs of Moher Day Tour from Dublin

You will get to walk along one of Ireland's most famous landmarks and the highest vertical drop to the ocean in Europe accompanied by sweeping views across the Aran Islands.

After an exhilarating walk, we will make our way down to the limestone/karst region of Ireland known as the Burren.

There you will stroll through the klints and grikes and see the amazing flora and fauna that grows in this special ecosystem.

Watch out for the wonderful diversity of flowers that only grow in this botanists' playground.

We can have lunch at the cliffs if the weather is with us, or down in the scenic charming village of Doolin. After lunch you will make your way back to Dublin.

On the way back you will travel via Galway Bay and stop off for a picture opportunity.

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Giant's CausewayGiant's Causeway Day Tour from Dublin

From the minute you get on our bus, you will get to experience an amazing part of Ireland, learning lots of history and seeing some of the most dramatic coastline in Ireland.

The Giant's Causeway is included on the World Heritage list making it Ireland's first World Heritage site.

The North coast of County Antrim is shrouded in History and Mythology and on your one day tour to the Giants Causeway with us you can experience it all.

Breathe in the fresh northern air at the causeway and explore the many different shapes and rock formations that are surrounded in mystery and mythology.

ConnemaraConnemara Day Tour from Dublin

Our one day tour to Connemara transports you to the very western and wild side of Ireland and we show you the most breathtaking sights and scenery Connemara has on offer.

With the wild Atlantic on one side of you during the day and wild endless mountains on the other, you will feel so elated driving through this amazing place.

One of only two places in Ireland where sheep have the right of way over cars on the road! In the morning and evening, you have to be careful driving as they tend to sleep on the main roads.

Connemara is one of the most beautiful and mysterious regions in Ireland. Its endless mountains, lakes and wild landscape will stay with you forever.

Join us on this fun filled journey to experience the very best that Connemara has to offer. Breathe in the fresh air of the Atlantic and explore the many different shapes and rock formations that are surrounded in mystery and history.

Cork and Tipperary Day Tour from Dublin

Dublin is great, but the countryside is greater, so come along and see a different side to Ireland.

We drive from Dublin to Blarney Castle in Cork, famous for its Blarney Stone.

To kiss the stone, you have to bend backwards when on the parrifits of the castle, holding onto iron railings- basically hanging upside down.

The reward for your efforts is to be bestowed with the Irish "Gift of the Gab."

From Blarney Castle, we arrive in Cork City, where we have 2 hours to grab some lunch at the English Market (now with a very international flavour), go marvel at the Gothic, St. Finbar's Cathedral or even ring the bells of Shandon at St. Anne's Church for a small fee.

Afterwards we travel to the Rock of Cashel where we visit this great Celtic Cathedral which include the Hall of Vicars and Cormack's Chapel.

The Rock of Cashel, dates back from before there Anglo-Norman conquerors and contains an amazing collection of architecture, history and Romanesque art.

Round TowerBelfast Day Tour from Dublin

Our guides are keen to make your day an interesting and informative, each adding their own humour to the mix. We will tell you all about the Irish countryside, history and folklore, while you can just sit back and enjoy the view.

On the way, we visit St. Peter's Church in Drogheda, famous for the embalmed head of St. Oliver Plunkett and Monasterboice, an early Christian site with some of the country's best high crosses

We also will see the Proleek Dolmen, a megalithic portal tomb.

In Belfast City, there are a myriad of things to do. You first will have time to do your own thing.

Then we do a political/ historical guided tour of the city, which includes the Falls and Shankill roads which are traditionally the political hotspots, pay a visit to the moorings dock and site where the Titanic was built, and then finally visit the Republican Museum before we head back to Dublin.

South West of Ireland Small Group Land Rover Tour: 5 daysSouth West of Ireland Small Group Land Rover Tour: 5 days
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On this tour you will reach areas that are totally remote, stunningly beautiful, rich in history and heritage, away from mainstream tourism and not in any guide book.

The trips are informative, visiting some of Ireland's hidden historical treasures, finding out about the rich historical heritage and perfect for those visiting Ireland for the first time. Meet the locals and witness a traditional way of life that still survives today.

This is not a bus tour, it is a 4X4 adventure. You will go off the road and explore remote areas of outstanding beauty. Far beyond the reach of mortal tourists. There is loads of space, the seats are soft and comfy and you can open all the windows to let in the fresh air. You will never be without a barbecue and there is tea and coffee on board.

Its cool, comfortable and much more fun than travelling in a bus.

Departure Point: Central Dublin
Departure Time: 8:30 am
Return Details: Tour concludes at the original point of departure between 5:30 pm - 6 pm

West of Ireland Small Group Adventure Land Rover Tour: 3 daysWest of Ireland Small Group Adventure Land Rover Tour: 3 days
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If you only have three days to spare, and are looking for a great way to see Ireland, have a great time and enjoy some of the cleanest air in Europe, then take a three day adventure to the West of Ireland.

The West and North-West of Ireland contains some of the most stunning and undiscovered areas of the Country. Imagine a land of rugged mountains, spectacular beaches, wild moorland, dark mysterious lakes, hidden villages, rebel castles and thatched cottages. It is the perfect way to get away into the hidden corners Ireland.

You will go off road and explore remote areas of outstanding beauty. Far beyond the reach of mortal tourists. There is loads of space, the seats are soft and comfy and you can open all the windows to let in the fresh air. You will never be without a barbecue and there is tea and coffee on board.

On this tour you will reach areas that are totally remote, rich in history and heritage, away from mainstream tourism and not in any guide book. The trips are informative, visiting some of Ireland's hidden historical treasures, finding out about the rich historical heritage and perfect for those visiting Ireland for the first time. Meet the locals and witness a traditional way of life that still survives today.

Departure Point: Central Dublin
Departure Time: 8:30 am
Return Details: Tour concludes at the original point of departure between 5:30 p.m. - 6 p.m.