Amazing five-day tour around the spectacular south and west of Ireland that will bombard your senses and change your life forever. We’ll show you places you never imagined existed and will never forget. Discover what great craic the Emerald Isle is, from incredible landscapes, mountains, sandy beaches and castles, to nights squeezed into the local pub with traditional live music and a pint of the black stuff in hand.
NOW price includes 10% discount when you book by 29 January 2018
|R6,500 p.p. Land only|
Package prices unless indicated on the offer are per person sharing, for the full duration of stay & Package offers exclude meals & drinks not indicated, items of a personal nature, medical & travel insurance. Peak season surcharges & block out dates may apply. Prices are correct at the time of publishing, however are subject to change due to currency fluctuations, rate increases & availability. Supplier terms & conditions may apply. These offers may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Service fees apply. Errors & omissions excepted. Travel for people 18 years and over for travel in 2018. Prices are from prices, per person land only and depending on season of travel. High season rates apply. Valid student cards must be presented on the first day of travel for student discount to apply. May only be combined with normal brochure discounts, (past passenger, student) if applicable. Excluding the Early Payment Discount & Multi trip deals. TRAVELADDICT2018 – NOW price includes 10% discount when you book by 29 January 2018. R1000 deposit, per person, is due within 7 days of the bookings and full payment due on or before 29 January 2018. Use Promo code TRAVELADDICT2018.
The lure of Ireland lies in its landscapes and its people, and it is through involvement with both that visitors get to experience the soul of this ancient land of saints and scholars.
Ireland's hills are a walker's paradise, not only because of the extensive network of trails, but because by being on foot one gets to appreciate the lakes and rivers, the coastal views and ever-changing sky-scapes that are so much part of the Irish landscape. Watersports such as angling, sailing and surfing are popular too, and many visitors come for the golf, but the real passion of the Irish is horses - there is a potential Derby winner in every valley and a packed betting shop in every high street.
The Irish weather is not the most predictable in the world, but then much of the beauty of the Irish landscape is due to its climate and there has to be a price tag on being nicknamed the 'Emerald Isle'. Poor weather has had positive influences on the Irish way of life. Music and song plays an integral part in day-to-day routine and visitors are able to experience this in the many pubs so characteristic of the social landscape of Ireland. Irish music is captivating - arguably some of the best in the world - and Irish pubs are a highlight of a journey through the country.
Over the years, Ireland has survived invasions, famine and civil war, but has recently come into its own, benefiting from peace in the North, support from the EU, and a new vitality which has caused the country to be dubbed the 'Celtic Tiger'. There has never been a better time to visit.