- Tour Schedule
- Tour Itinerary
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Adult: £550 per person
Child: – £499 – 2 to 11 Years Age Sharing with two adults.
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Note – Pick up also possible from Luton and Milton Keynes.Download Itinerary Download Booking Form
Day 01: London - Holyhead – Dublin -
Early morning meet your Tour Director and board your coach for a leisurely drive through the Oxfordshire countryside to the Welsh border. You pass the Snowdonia National Park to Holyhead and aboard the ferry to cross the Irish Sea. After disembarking you drive to Ireland's capital, Dublin. Dinner Indian Restaurant.
Day 02: Dublin - Burren and Cliffs of Moher - Killaimey – Limerick -
We travel via the Burren region and the Cliffs of Moher which are located in County Clare. Continue travelling to Cliffs of Moher one of the most outstanding coastal features of Ireland. Visit the majestic Cliffs of Moher. Looming for some 700 feet above the turbulent waters of the Atlantic, the cliffs are a bird-watchers paradise; puffins, razorbills and kittiwakes may be seen here. On a clear day, the cliffs offer stunning views as far as Galway, Kerry and the Arran Islands. Dinner in hotel. Breakfast and Dinner in hotel.
Day 03: Limerick - Ring Of Kerry – Limerick -
Today commence by driving to County of Kerry where you will visit the town of Killarney and its beautiful surrounding lakes. Later in the afternoon experience Ireland’s most scenic coastal drive, around the ‘Ring of Kerry’ County Kerry’s largest peninsula. Its varied landscape is truly a photographer’s delight. On your journey you will also see the town of Killorglin (famous for the Puck Fair), Daniel O’Connell’s Cahirciveen, the fishing village of Waterville, the Black Valley and Moll’s Gap. Finally you arrive into the city of Waterford for the night. Breakfast and Dinner in hotel.
After breakfast check out from hotel and drive to Dublin arrival enjoy an orientation tour showing you the major sites such as St Patrick’s Cathedral which is the largest Protestant church, this cathedral, stands on the oldest Christian site in Dublin. Continuing on you visit Trinity College which is the oldest university in the country and was founded by Queen Elizabeth I. Later you see Dublin Castle (from outside), as well as Phoenix Park. The rest of the day is at leisure. If time permits why not take a trip and try the real Guinness tonight? Indian Dinner in restaurant. Half day Guided Tour included.
Day 05: Dublin - London -
Arrive early evening.
- Twin/Three bedded rooms with private facilities, shared by two adults. Child sharing a room with two adults.
- Luxury coach with tea and coffee making facilities. Drinks Payable.
- Four night’s hotel with continental breakfast. Tipps.
- Four Indian Dinners. Two bottles of water ½ ltr each.per day.
- Return ferry crossing and All taxes and toll charges.
- The services of Baba Holidays tour manager.
- Travel Insurance.
- Any meals other than in hotel, as mentioned elsewhere.
- Single room supplement @ £175 per person.
- Guinness factory not included.
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