St Patrick’s Day

Happy St Patrick’s day!  I hope everyone has their best green shirt ironed and ready for a celebration

Ireland is a country that is close to my heart and although I am proudly South African I still retain my Irish passport and a pride in this lineage.  I have visited the country twice and am always charmed by the friendly and quirky nature of the people that you meet, the pleasant lilt of the Irish accent and the beauty of countryside.

With this in mind we are charmed to launch our first trips in this area:

Our unspoilt Ring of Kerry tour is a moderate 8 day leisurely cycling tour along quieter coastal and country routes in picturesque Killarney and surrounds.  Starting from R17,000 per person sharing highlights include the Ring of Kerry, the lakes of Killarney and the Gap of Dunloe.

 

Unspoilt Ring of Kerry Cycling

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We also offer a moderate self-guided walking tour in County Kerry which is excellently priced from R14,390 per person sharing.  Enjoy a million shades of green on the Emerald isle, panoramic views of rugged mountains and glistening lakes and peaceful walks in Killarney National Park, home to Ireland’s only herd of red deer.

 

Mystical Walking on the Kerry Way

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our Wild Atlantic Way trip is an 8 day moderate guided walking tour along the spectacular West Coast of Ireland.  The tour starts from R29,000 per person and includes accommodation in hotels and locally run guest houses, hearty Irish breakfasts, picnic lunches and 6 dinners.  Highlights include visits to the Aran Islands, the beautiful Connemara landscape of lakes, moors and mountains, the wildflowers of Burren and the cliffs of Moher.

 

Wild Atlantic Way

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Similarly our Dingle Peninsula Walk encompasses many of the scenic highlights of the Wild Atlantic Way.  This 8 day moderate guided walking tour also starts from R29,000 per person sharing including highlights such as Slea Head, the quaint town of Cloghane, the Sliave Mish Mountains and Dingle, the home of traditional Irish Music.

 

Dingle Peninsula Walk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Call us to find out more.

  • Sarah R

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