Ireland is an amazing place to visit, with its lush green countryside, historical sites, vibrant cities, and friendly locals. From the bustling metropolis of Dublin, to the wild ruggedness of the West Coast, there’s no shortage of amazing sights and experiences to explore. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing beach holiday or an exciting cultural exploration, Ireland is the perfect destination. There’s a wealth of history to uncover, from ancient castles to centuries-old cathedrals, and plenty of outdoor activities to keep you active. You’ll find a vibrant nightlife, delicious cuisine, and a warm welcome from the Irish people.

When to go: you’ll find the best weather in Ireland from May to September

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A city steeped in culture and history, Dublin is a top destination for travelers from all around the world. With its rich literary heritage, you can explore the works of such renowned authors as James Joyce, Samuel Beckett and W.B. Yeats. Dublin’s music scene is also one of the most diverse in Europe, with everything from traditional Irish folk music to contemporary pop and rock. And its culinary scene is unrivaled, with a vast selection of traditional pubs, Michelin starred restaurants and unique specialty eateries.


Connemara is a stunningly beautiful region in the west of the country. Its rolling hills and rugged coastline provide a breathtaking view that adds to the area’s wild charm. The landscape is dotted with lakes, rivers and bogs, while the land is covered in heather, bracken and gorse. The remote nature of the region means that visitors can explore and appreciate the untouched beauty of the area in peace. Connemara is a paradise for wildlife, with birds, butterflies, deer and foxes making their home in the area. Whether you’re looking for a peaceful break or an adventure, Connemara is an ideal destination for anyone looking to experience the spectacular natural beauty of Ireland.


Galway is a vibrant, culturally-rich city on the west coast of Ireland. It is renowned for its traditional music, which is rooted in the city’s history and culture. Music from Galway is characterized by a mix of traditional Irish instruments such as the fiddle and tin whistle, as well as more modern instruments like the guitar and banjo. The music is often upbeat and energetic, and is often performed in traditional Irish pubs and venues. Galway is also a great place to experience traditional Irish culture, with a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. The city is home to a number of festivals and events throughout the year that celebrate the unique mix of music and culture that makes Galway so special.


Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry is a stunningly beautiful and scenic route in the south-west of Ireland. The route winds around the Iveragh Peninsula, offering visitors breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks mountain range, and a variety of idyllic villages, towns and beaches. Along the route, visitors can explore ancient stone forts, such as Staigue Fort, and the Iron Age stone fort of Dún Beag.

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The Wild Atlantic Way

We believe that to travel responsibly, a portion of our tour cost should benefit the communities we visit. For this trip, we will donate to DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS to help provide emergency medical care to people in more than 70 countries around the world. You can learn more about our commitment to responsible travel in our Responsibility Pledge.