Deposit | Celtic Journey To Ireland

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  • 3 days in Dublin including a walking tour of Dublin’ with Mark Leinster, exploring the mythology of the early Irish, and the e remainder of day to enjoy Dublin on your own: hop on hop off the bus or Trinity College, or a pint at the famous Temple bar.
  • On our last day in Dublin we offer an optional scenic drive to the countryside of Glendalough and Wicklow famous for its sparkling lakes and a relaxing walk to the upper lake and monastic ruins. ½ day
  • We venture westward from Dublin, the landscape unfurls like a grand tapestry, revealing the patchwork of Ireland’s riches. We stop for lunch at Bunratty Castle and afterward make a pilgrimage to St. Brigid’s well before a walk along the sheer majesty of the Cliffs of Moher.
  • In the embrace of the Burren’s ancient stones and the festive atmosphere of the Doolin’s pubs we will find ourselves immersed in the heartbeat of Ireland. Two nights in the town of Doolin, staying at the Fiddle and Bow Hotel. The hotel is in the center of Doolin, famous for its scenery and music in the pubs.
  • A morning of Song and Stories with No’ir’n Ni Riain and a guided walk through the Burren, a world-renowned destination known for its unique Karst landscape, created by acidic rain dissolving limestone. We will visit John O’Donohue’s favorite sacred sites with guide Pius Murray.
  • Stop in Galway for lunch and sightseeing on our way to the Aran Island Ferry. Crossing the waters to the island of Inishmore with a 2-night stay at my friends Treasa and Burt’s Kilmurvey guest house.
  • Explore the ancient cliffside fort of Dún Aonghasa and other sacred sites on the island. Enjoy the island’s stark beauty with solitary walks along the beach or rocky paths.
  • As we leave the island our path leads us along the west coast and through Adare, a quaint haven in Limerick County, where history whispers through the cobblestone streets. Then we’ll meander further down the coast, stopping for a pint at the South Pole Inn, just before arriving in Dingle and 3 nights at Dingle Benners hotel
  • Dingle is a picturesque town cradled by the sea, known for its food and pubs and walks along the harbor and the spellbinding Slea Head Drive, where every bend reveals a vista more breathtaking than the last.
  • We’ll lose ourselves in the melodies of centuries-old pubs, where music is more than entertainment, it’s the soulful heartbeat of the nation.
  • Our journey is more than a tour, it’s a symphony of experiences, each note more soul-stirring than the last.