Day 1: Arrive in Dublin, Ireland

Welcome to Ireland! On arrival into Shannon Airport, you will be met by your professional driver and transferred to Killarney town. Take the day to relax and enjoy the vibrant town of Killarney. Head to Killarney National Park and take in the stunning scenery of mountains, lakes and woodlands. Perhaps visit the historic Muckross House and Gardens. This 19th century mansion depicts what life was like in Ireland during this period. You might enjoy a visit to the stunning Torc Waterfall which is well worth a look. If you enjoy walking, there are walking trails mapped out beside the Waterfall which are most enjoyable. Also you have options such as a lake cruise, taking a jaunting car ride through the national park or visiting Ross Castle. The balance of the day will be at your leisure in Killarney where you will have the opportunity to enjoy the abundance of restaurants and pubs this evening.

Accommodation: Option A: 4* Scotts Hotel, Killarney, 3 nights Option B: 4* Malton Hotel, Killarney, 3 nights

Day 2: Killarney

Today you will tour the full Ring of Kerry. The Ring of Kerry is the most renowned Day Tour in Ireland. Throughout its 110 miles, you will travel around the MacGillicuddy Reeks and the Iveragh Peninsula, along the breathtaking Atlantic Coast, Dingle Bay and Kenmare Bay, returning to Killarney through the famed Molls Gap, Ladies View and Killarney National Park. En route are the lovely coastal villages of Glenbeigh, Waterville and Sneem and the thriving market towns of Killorglin and Caherciveen. The Ring embraces many points of historic and archaeological interest.

Day 3: Slea Head & Dingle Peninsula

Slea Head is Europe’s most westerly point and its outlying historic Blasket Islands are known locally as the ‘next parish to America.’ The unsurpassed beauty of its rugged coastline and landscape inspired the famous film director David Lean to shoot his epic film ‘Ryan’s Daughter’ on location in the Dingle Peninsula. The landscape is dotted with ancient historic sites and early Christian dwellings such as the Gallarus Oratory [9th century Christian Oratory], Beehive Huts (early Christian Monks dwellings) and the Blasket Islands Interpretative Centre. The route passes through Milltown and Castlemaine before arriving at the beautiful fishing harbor town of Dingle, home of Dingle Oceanworld and Ireland’s favorite dolphin – ‘Fungi’. Return to Killarney to enjoy your evening.

Day 4: Adare to Shannon/Limerick

Depart for Shannonside and enjoy a stop at one of Ireland’s prettiest villages Adare. Watch out for the quaint thatch roof cottages, cafes and boutiques. Next visit Bunratty Folk Park, a living reconstruction of the homes and environment of Ireland of over a century ago. Roam through the park and see the rural farmhouses, village shops and streets which have been recreated and furnished to a time that once was. Visit Bunratty Woollen Shop for your last chance to pick up some gifts. Afterwards you might like to visit ‘Durty Nelly’s traditional Irish pub for refreshments.

Optional Add On: Medieval Banquet at Bunratty Castle: $80.00 per person. Enjoy a feast and entertainment at the Bunratty Medieval Banquet in Bunratty Banquet.

Accommodation: Option A: 3* Bunratty Castle Hotel, 1 night Option B: 5* Dromoland Castle Hotel, 1 night

Day 5: Cliffs of Moher & Galway

This morning, depart for Galway and travel onwards to the majestic Cliffs of Moher which soar over 700 feet above the pounding waves of the Atlantic Ocean. Travel through the Burren, an eerie expanse of land scraped bare by the glaciers during the Ice Age. Enjoy an orientation tour of Galway city. View Eyre Square, Spanish Arch, the Claddagh District and Galway Cathedral, built on an island in the River Corrib on the site of an old prison. Explore the pedestrianized streets of this vibrant city this evening.

Accommodation: Option A: 3* Forster Court Hotel, 2 nights Option B: 4* Meyrick Hotel, 2 nights

Day 6: Connemara Excursion

Travel through the Connemara region which is known for its mountains, the Twelve Bens and the beauty of the landscape with its changing colors. Stop at the Connemara Marble Factory just outside Moycullen and then keep an eye out for “The Quiet Man” bridge outside Oughterard. Enjoy the breathtaking views as we drive through the Maam Valley in the shadow of the Maamturk Mountains. Continue on to the picturesque town on Leenane at the top of the Killary fjord and onto the famous and beautiful Kylemore Abbey, a former Benedictine Abbey and private school for girls. Take the scenically breath-taking Inagh Valley road by the 12 Bens Mountain Range back to Galway.

Day 7: Depart Ireland

This morning you are transferred to Shannon Airport for your return flight home.

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Discover the western region of Ireland on this carefully designed Western Explorer. Arriving in Shannon, you will be met by your professional and experienced driver guide who will help you discover the true beauty of this much loved region. You will visit areas such as Kerry, Clare and Galway and experience some of the popular sites including the Ring of Kerry, Dingle Peninsula, Cliffs of Moher and Kylemore Abbey. With the hidden gems you will explore in between and a selection of elegant hotel accommodations, there is no doubt you will experience Ireland’s west in its utmost beauty.

Tour Information


  • Arrival and Departure Transfers
  • Sightseeing by Private luxury motorcoach
  • Elegant Manor and Hotel accommodation with private bath for 6 nights
  • Professional driver/guide throughout the tour
  • Full Irish breakfast daily
  • Visits and admissions to: Blasket Island Center, Gallarus Oratory, Bunratty Folk Park, Cliffs of Moher Visitor Center, Kylemore Abbey.
  • Tours of: Ring of Kerry, Dingle Peninsula & Slea Head, Adare, Galway City, Connemara.
  • Hotel service charges, tips for baggage handling and local taxes

Hotel Accomodation

You will be staying at the following Hotels








Explore the Ireland made famous in poetry, song and film. It’s the essence of Ireland and the part you can’t miss if you want to see the real country. There is no doubt you will experience Ireland’s west in its utmost beauty.