Wild Atlantic Way Tour- South-7 Days

Wild Atlantic Way Tour- South-7 Days
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$1528.24
Duration: 7 days
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Description

Your journey begins at the Molly Malone statue in Dublin and ends 7 days later in the city of Galway. We start our tour with a visit to the Rock of Cashel, once home to the King of Munster. The Wild Atlantic Way South takes you from the charming town of Kenmare famous for traditional music and delicious seafood to the city of Galway. Take in the most scenic coastal drive and Hike along the world famous Cliffs Of Moher, enjoying the views whilst kayaking in the deep blue waters. Our tour doesn't neglect the historic importance of the Wild Atlantic Way. We will visit many sites including the spectacular Skellig Michael. Our guides are highly trained and are knowledgeable in many areas including history, geography, folklore, Irish culture and will make your trip exciting and fun. We work closely with local adventure providers and guesthouses so we can guarantee a warm welcome and a truly unique experience. Embrace your inner-adventurer! 

Day 1: Our Adventure Begins!  
Once your charming and knowledgeable guide introduces themselves and gets everyone settled, we will make our way out of the city and head to the wonderful town of Kenmare.We will take you back in time to the 12th century when we visit the world-famous 'Rock Of Cashel'.

Day 2: The Beara Peninsula & Bare Island
After a delicious breakfast we will take a scenic drive to Castletownbare. From there, we will take a ferry to Bare island, a small inhabited island about 20 minutes boat ride from the mainland. You will take a spectacular bike ride through the island, taking another ferry back to the mainland. 

Day 3 : Ring Of Kerry & Skellig Michael
In the morning, we will travel along the world famous Ring of Kerry and stop at the port in Portmagee.  From there we will take a ferry to Skellig Michael, one of Ireland's holiest places and one of only two UNESCO World heritage sites in Ireland.  If the weather doesn't permit us to take the ferry we will head into Killarney National Park.

Day 4: Dingle Peninsula & Slea Head
This morning, you'll swim or kayak with Fungi, the adorable dolphin who came to Dingle harbour years ago with a school of dolphins but never left. Then take a cycle around scenic Slea Head .After that we visit the Dingle Whiskey Distillery. 

Day 5: Co. Clare & Lahinch
We really do hate to say goodbye to beautiful Dingle, but it's upwards and onwards literally as we head north along the Wild Atlantic Way. We will take a short but interesting ferry ride from Tarbert, crossing the mouth of Ireland's longest river, the river Shannon. In Kilkea You will be taken along the base of the sea cliffs there and you can climb along the edge and jump into the sea lagoons dotted along the way. 

 Day 6: Surfing in Lahinch & The Cliffs Of Moher
After a hearty breakfast we hit the waves and get some surf lessons on Ireland's most famous surf beach at Lahinch. After we've finished we will visit the iconic, the Cliffs Of Moher. We will take a hike along the cliffs before we get back to our accommodation to freshen up. To finish this jam packed day of adventure we will take you to charming Doolin village to a traditional night of Irish music and 'craic'.  

Day 7: Hike The Burren  & visit Poulnabrone Dolmen
This morning we will take you to one of Ireland's iconic tombs, the dolmen at Poulnabrone. Your guide will take you on a hike through the Burren and explain about the flora and fauna exclusive to this area of Ireland.You will have the opportunity to kayak along the base of the Cliffs of Moher (obviously weather permitting).  Or, we will take a hike along the top of the cliffs which provides spectacular views. What a way to end a fantastic adventure. 

Your journey begins at the Molly Malone statue in Dublin and ends 7 days later in the city of Galway. We start our tour with a visit to the Rock of Cashel, once home to the King of Munster. The Wild Atlantic Way South takes you from the charming town of Kenmare famous for traditional music and delicious seafood to the city of Galway. Take in the most scenic coastal drive and Hike along the world famous Cliffs Of Moher, enjoying the views whilst kayaking in the deep blue waters. Our tour doesn't neglect the historic importance of the Wild Atlantic Way. We will visit many sites including the spectacular Skellig Michael. Our guides are highly trained and are knowledgeable in many areas including history, geography, folklore, Irish culture and will make your trip exciting and fun. We work closely with local adventure providers and guesthouses so we can guarantee a warm welcome and a truly unique experience. Embrace your inner-adventurer!