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Let go and take life slow on this walking tour of Ireland in the carefree countryside of County Kerry.

Mist rises over rock-strewn pastures and smoke billows from the chimneys of whitewashed cottages near Killarney. Is there a better way to greet the day? Slinging your daypack over a shoulder, you stride outside onto the country lane. A stream rushes by as you climb the green glacial valley towards the Gap of Dunloe. Come afternoon, you’ll be crossing the arched stone bridge at Lord Brandon’s Cottage for a picnic, then boating over to Ross Castle. But you’re in no hurry. This is a week for savoring tales and walking windswept beaches along the legendary Wild Atlantic Way. Breathe deeply and admire rugged Atlantic waves crashing into weather-beaten cliffs. You’re on a walking tour in Ireland, and taking things slowly is a way of life.

Highlights

  • On a jaunty horse-drawn cart (or by foot if you prefer), enter the narrow Gap of Dunloe—a rugged mountain pass with beautiful scenery.
  • Beneath the ever-changing skies of Killarney National Park, view elegant mountains and stunning lakes as you walk along the scenic Kerry Way.
  • Embark on a cruise to Ross Castle while learning of Ireland’s most well-known visitors.
  • Walk the legendary Wild Atlantic Way and experience the power of the Atlantic Ocean as waves crash beneath remote, weather-beaten cliffs.
  • Explore the life and birthplace of Irish seaman and Antarctic explorer Tom Crean, Ireland’s famous unsung hero.

Positive Impact

Country Walkers is proud to support Kerry Mountain Rescue Team with a donation on behalf of each guest on this tour. Kerry Mountain Rescue Team was formed in 1966 in the mountains of Southwest Ireland, and since then has come to the assistance of numerous climbers and walkers in distress. The team has 35 active volunteer members covering a region that includes fifteen of Ireland’s twenty highest peaks.

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Itinerary

Thu, May 23 to Sat, Jun 1 - 2024

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Your vacation is about to begin! Spend your first night aloft and arrive ready for an unforgettable trip.

Start off your first day in Cork right by having a Country Walkers representative greet you at the airport. A complimentary car service will whisk you to your centrally located hotel. From here, you are perfectly positioned to explore this charming city at your leisure.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Muckross park gate to Muckross House; 2 miles, easy. Muckross House to Old Weir Bridge; 4 miles, easy

After enjoying an included breakfast meet one of your Country Walkers guides in the hotel lobby at 9:00 a.m.

Following a short introductory meeting, travel via private bus from Cork to Killarney (a journey of approximately 90 minutes, depending on traffic). Your first destination is Killarney National Park. Ensure you are prepared for a day of walking, as the bus will continue with your luggage to your hotel after leaving you at the park entrance. Here, you meet your second Country Walkers guide and enter the stunning vistas of the Killarney Lakes with their impressive mountain backdrop. You’ll walk through a lush meadow, along a river, and through the woodlands to reach the lakeshore. Across the waters, admire the tree-covered slopes of Tomies Wood, stretching upwards towards the peaks of the Shehy and Tomies mountains. Continue along the shoreline through a delightful woodland glade until you come across the magnificent manor, Muckross House.

Your lunch today at the manor’s Garden Restaurant is included. Once you’ve finished, you have the choice of enjoying a stroll through magnificent displays of ornamental shrubs, flower beds, and wide expanses of manicured lawns or continuing with a walk around Muckross Lake. This walk takes you through ancient woodlands, over Brickeen Bridge, and across Dinis Island to the Meeting of the Waters and the Old Weir Bridge. All the while, you are surrounded by wonderful views, small lakeside beaches, and rocky coves.

You’ll then meet your bus and drive to your hotel in Killarney—your home for the next three nights—collecting non-walkers at Muckross House on the way.

Take some free time to settle in, then get to know your fellow travelers and guides during a welcome reception and dinner this evening.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Kate Kearney’s Cottage to Lord Brandon’s Cottage; 7 miles, easy to moderate

This morning, you’ll drive to Kate Kearney’s Cottage, the site where the legendary 19th-century beauty made and sold an illicit brew “very fierce and wild, requiring not less than seven times its own quantity of water to tame and subdue it.” Now a popular shop and pub, it’s also the starting point for today’s walk. You ascend a steady paved incline and traverse a spectacular glacial valley, known as the Gap of Dunloe. Your trail parallels a mountain stream over rugged terrain lined with massive boulders until you reach the pass between Macgillycuddy’s Reeks—Ireland’s tallest mountain range, at 3,414 feet—and the Purple Mountains. Then you’ll descend into the Black Valley. Throughout your journey, you’ll have a horse-drawn jaunting cart at the ready if you want a break.

From here, you’ll board open boats and cruise to Ross Castle, a 15th-century tower house, as your boatmen regale you with tales of Napoleon, King Brian Boru, and others who have passed this way. An included lunch awaits you back in Killarney.

The afternoon and evening is yours to explore the vibrant town of Killarney. You’ll be sure to have the chance to mingle with locals and catch live music in one of Killarney’s lively pubs.

 

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Start of walk to meet minibus; 3 miles, easy or Start of walk to Glenbeigh; 5 miles, easy to moderate. Afternoon Glenbeigh to Curra Hill; 2 miles, easy

Today’s walk brings you to the northern part of the Kerry Peninsula. After a short drive, your bus will leave you at the trailhead—a quiet, paved country road circling Seefin Mountain. As you walk, enjoy spectacular views over Lough Caragh. At the end of the road, you have the option of rejoining the minibus and meeting the group in Glenbeigh or walking to Glenbeigh up the mountain on a footpath through Windy Gap. This path is part of the Kerry Way, a 135-mile walking route over old droving paths and coach roads.

Enjoy a picnic lunch prepared by your guides in Glenbeigh.

After lunch, you have two options: You can shuttle two miles to Rossbehy Creek and take a short walk along White Strand, a beautiful sandy beach on a small peninsula stretching into Dingle Bay. Or you can walk along the banks of River Behy and follow the Kerry Way through the sloped woods of Curra Hill, then shuttle down to Rossbehy Beach.

Tonight, before exploring downtown Killarney, you’ll meet Denis Kissane, a local friend who will give a nostalgic presentation about his childhood in “The Old Bohareen.” Then, stroll into town for dinner on your own.

A vibrant town surrounded by the stunning beauty of the National Park, Killarney is home to historical sites and lively pubs. It’s also an ideal base for exploring the nearby mountains and lakes.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Castle Ross Hotel to Killarney; 2 miles, easy. Loop walk around Ross Island; 2 miles, easy

After breakfast, pack your luggage, as today you depart Killarney for Dingle. First, though, you’ll take a very short drive to Castle Ross Hotel for a walk in Killarney’s beautiful parklands. You can stop at Killarney Cathedral, then venture into town for shopping or join your guides for a walk around Ross Island. More of a peninsula than an island, Ross Island is heavily wooded with a network of paths leading to attractive viewpoints overlooking Lough Leane. Also visible are remains of former copper mines throughout the ages—some remains date back 4,000 years to the prehistoric Bronze Age, and others are from the 19th century.

You’ll have free time for an independent lunch in Killarney before continuing on to Dingle Peninsula.

Tonight is free for you to explore lively Dingle Town, a 10-minute walk from your hotel, or relax at the generously appointed property. Dinner is on your own. Perhaps enjoy the freshly prepared dishes at your hotel’s Coastguard Restaurant (reservations required) or at the more casual Blaskets Bar. Dinner is on your own.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Three Peaks of Annascaul; 4.5 miles, moderate or Annascaul Village Loop walk; from 2 miles, easy

Start your morning with a leisurely breakfast overlooking the blue-glass waters of Dingle Harbor.  Early risers may choose to set forth into Dingle Town, a village that has been described as an artistic girl who’s out for rowdy fun. Browse eclectic shops along the shoreline and watch as fishermen bring home their morning catch. Afterward, you travel 15 minutes to Annascaul. This authentic sleepy Irish town at the foothills of the Slieve Mish Mountains is set in the heart of the Dingle Peninsula. The village is also the celebrated birthplace of Tom Crean, the famous explorer who accompanied Ernest Shackleton on three Antarctic expeditions. With beaches to the south and mountains to the north, Annascaul is a walker’s paradise.

You can view it all during today’s trail options. A moderate loop traverses past rolling sheep pastures and the area’s famed “three peaks,” a series of rises and descents that include Brackloon and Knockafeehane. Enjoy spectacular and serene views throughout this invigorating trek – a patchwork of green farmland dotted with farmhouses amidst the striking beauty of southern County Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula. Or discover Annascaul in greater depth and follow a river path from the village, crossing scenic bridges and passing historic landmarks, including a memorial and statue to Tom Crean himself, erected in front of the South Pole Inn, which he opened upon his return from his adventures.

After lunch together in Annascaul, you visit impressive Inch Beach, a wild and wind-swept sand spit and dune system that separates Castlemaine Harbor from the Atlantic Ocean. There’ll be time to walk its stunning sands before returning to Dingle Town, where you can relax at your charming hotel. Dinner is on your own.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Clogher Beach Cliff Top Walk; 2 miles, easy. Ballydavid Coastline Walk; options from 2 miles, easy

This morning you set out toward Slea Head, where small farms cling to the precipitous slopes along the magnificent Dingle Way. Your morning coastal walk between emerald-green farmland and deep-blue ocean reveals Iron Age remains, such as beehive huts used by Eremite monks and farmers. Rounding the head, you take in breathtaking views of the Blasket Islands spreading out before you. These were once the westernmost inhabited lands of Europe; a population decline to just 22 in 1953—and their lack of access to emergency services—drove residents to the mainland. You continue along grassy paths through pastures dotted with sheep and an occasional donkey, tracing stone walls, crossing stiles, and climbing hills that always reward your efforts with sweeping views of the Irish countryside.

After, learn the story of traditional island life at The Blasket Center, a fascinating cultural center and museum which chronicles the island residents’ struggle for existence through exhibitions, interactive displays, artifacts, and audio-visual presentations. During your stay, enjoy an included lunch at the center’s Bialann Café, where large floor-to-ceiling windows offer spectacular views of the sea and islands.

After lunch, travel north and trace the Wild Atlantic Way shoreline trail. Your walk along more spectacular coastline delivers you to Ballydavid where you may explore the pier and enjoy a pint overlooking Smerwick Harbor. Returning to Dingle, you stop to visit the medieval-era remains of Kilmalkedar, a National Monument of Ireland. The remarkable site preserves an unusually dense early Christian settlement that contributed to the evolution of the early Irish Church from the 6th to the 12th centuries.

This evening is again yours to explore the imaginative and charming town of Dingle, where strains of traditional pub music pour into the streets at night. Alternatively, stay put and enjoy the many amenities of your hotel, including the award-winning leisure club, pool, and spa. This evening, savor a sumptuous final dinner at your hotel’s acclaimed Coastguard Restaurant overlooking Dingle Harbor and the mountains of the Iveragh Peninsula.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

At 8:45 a.m. drive by private motorcoach to the medieval town of Kinsale. The drive takes approximately 2.5 hours. Kinsale has an abundance of traditional bars and restaurants, beautiful buildings, narrow streets, shops and galleries, and a pretty harbor area.

The remainder of the day is free for you to explore this quaint town on your own. Country Walkers provides you with city information including recommendations about what to see and do in Kinsale.

Kinsale has been seasoned liberally by Norman, Spanish, and English influences since the Middle Ages, but nowadays most of the seasoning takes place in the numerous fine restaurants that make this the “Gourmet Capital of Ireland.” Kinsale is also a yachting and fishing center, hence its reputation for great seafood!

Included Meals: Breakfast

After an included breakfast this morning, complimentary transportation is provided to the Cork airport based on your departure time.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Sat, May 25 to Fri, May 31 - 2024

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Muckross park gate to Muckross House; 2 miles, easy. Muckross House to Old Weir Bridge; 4 miles, easy

After breakfast on your own, meet one of your guides at Cork’s Imperial Hotel at 9:00 a.m.

Following a short introductory meeting, travel via private bus from Cork to Killarney. Your first destination is Killarney National Park. Ensure you are prepared for a day of walking. Here, you meet your second Country Walkers guide and enter the stunning vistas of the Killarney Lakes with their impressive mountain backdrop. You’ll walk through a lush meadow, along a river, and through the woodlands to reach the lakeshore. Across the waters, admire the tree-covered slopes of Tomies Wood, stretching upwards towards the peaks of the Shehy and Tomies mountains. Continue along the shoreline through a delightful woodland glade until you come across the magnificent manor, Muckross House.

Your lunch today at the manor’s Garden Restaurant is included. Once you’ve finished, you have the choice of enjoying a stroll through magnificent displays of ornamental shrubs, flower beds, and wide expanses of manicured lawns or continuing with a walk around Muckross Lake. This walk takes you through ancient woodlands, over Brickeen Bridge, and across Dinis Island to the Meeting of the Waters and the Old Weir Bridge. All the while, you are surrounded by wonderful views, small lakeside beaches, and rocky coves.

You’ll then meet your bus and drive to the Cahernane House in Killarney—your home for the next three nights—collecting non-walkers at Muckross House on the way.

Take some free time to settle into the charming country manor house, then get to know your fellow travelers and guides during a welcome reception and dinner this evening.

Included Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Kate Kearney’s Cottage to Lord Brandon’s Cottage; 7 miles, easy to moderate

This morning, you’ll drive to Kate Kearney’s Cottage, the site where the legendary 19th-century beauty made and sold an illicit brew “very fierce and wild, requiring not less than seven times its own quantity of water to tame and subdue it.” Now a popular shop and pub, it’s also the starting point for today’s walk. You ascend a steady paved incline and traverse a spectacular glacial valley, known as the Gap of Dunloe. Your trail parallels a mountain stream over rugged terrain lined with massive boulders until you reach the pass between Macgillycuddy’s Reeks—Ireland’s tallest mountain range, at 3,414 feet—and the Purple Mountains. Then you’ll descend into the Black Valley. Throughout your journey, you’ll have a horse-drawn jaunting cart at the ready if you want a break.

From here, you’ll board open boats and cruise to Ross Castle, a 15th-century tower house, as your boatmen regale you with tales of Napoleon, King Brian Boru, and others who have passed this way. An included lunch awaits you back in Killarney.

The afternoon and evening is yours to explore the vibrant town of Killarney. You’ll be sure to have the chance to mingle with locals and catch live music in one of Killarney’s lively pubs.

 

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Start of walk to meet minibus; 3 miles, easy or Start of walk to Glenbeigh; 5 miles, easy to moderate. Afternoon Glenbeigh to Curra Hill; 2 miles, easy

Today’s walk brings you to the northern part of the Kerry Peninsula. After a short drive, your bus will leave you at the trailhead—a quiet, paved country road circling Seefin Mountain. As you walk, enjoy spectacular views over Lough Caragh. At the end of the road, you have the option of rejoining the minibus and meeting the group in Glenbeigh or walking to Glenbeigh up the mountain on a footpath through Windy Gap. This path is part of the Kerry Way, a 135-mile walking route over old droving paths and coach roads.

Enjoy a picnic lunch prepared by your guides in Glenbeigh.

After lunch, you have two options: You can shuttle two miles to Rossbehy Creek and take a short walk along White Strand, a beautiful sandy beach on a small peninsula stretching into Dingle Bay. Or you can walk along the banks of River Behy and follow the Kerry Way through the sloped woods of Curra Hill, then shuttle down to Rossbehy Beach.

Tonight, before exploring downtown Killarney, you’ll meet Denis Kissane, a local friend who will give a nostalgic presentation about his childhood in “The Old Bohareen.” Then, stroll into town for dinner on your own.

A vibrant town surrounded by the stunning beauty of the National Park, Killarney is home to historical sites and lively pubs. It’s also an ideal base for exploring the nearby mountains and lakes.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Castle Ross Hotel to Killarney; 2 miles, easy. Loop walk around Ross Island; 2 miles, easy

After breakfast, pack your luggage, as today you depart Killarney for Dingle. First, though, you’ll take a very short drive to Castle Ross Hotel for a walk in Killarney’s beautiful parklands. You can stop at Killarney Cathedral, then venture into town for shopping or join your guides for a walk around Ross Island. More of a peninsula than an island, Ross Island is heavily wooded with a network of paths leading to attractive viewpoints overlooking Lough Leane. Also visible are remains of former copper mines throughout the ages—some remains date back 4,000 years to the prehistoric Bronze Age, and others are from the 19th century.

You’ll have free time for an independent lunch in Killarney before continuing on to Dingle Peninsula.

Tonight is free for you to explore lively Dingle Town, a 10-minute walk from your hotel, or relax at the generously appointed property. Dinner is on your own. Perhaps enjoy the freshly prepared dishes at your hotel’s Coastguard Restaurant (reservations required) or at the more casual Blaskets Bar. Dinner is on your own.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Three Peaks of Annascaul; 4.5 miles, moderate or Annascaul Village Loop walk; from 2 miles, easy

Start your morning with a leisurely breakfast overlooking the blue-glass waters of Dingle Harbor.  Early risers may choose to set forth into Dingle Town, a village that has been described as an artistic girl who’s out for rowdy fun. Browse eclectic shops along the shoreline and watch as fishermen bring home their morning catch. Afterward, you travel 15 minutes to Annascaul. This authentic sleepy Irish town at the foothills of the Slieve Mish Mountains is set in the heart of the Dingle Peninsula. The village is also the celebrated birthplace of Tom Crean, the famous explorer who accompanied Ernest Shackleton on three Antarctic expeditions. With beaches to the south and mountains to the north, Annascaul is a walker’s paradise.

You can view it all during today’s trail options. A moderate loop traverses past rolling sheep pastures and the area’s famed “three peaks,” a series of rises and descents that include Brackloon and Knockafeehane. Enjoy spectacular and serene views throughout this invigorating trek – a patchwork of green farmland dotted with farmhouses amidst the striking beauty of southern County Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula. Or discover Annascaul in greater depth and follow a river path from the village, crossing scenic bridges and passing historic landmarks, including a memorial and statue to Tom Crean himself, erected in front of the South Pole Inn, which he opened upon his return from his adventures.

After lunch together in Annascaul, you visit impressive Inch Beach, a wild and wind-swept sand spit and dune system that separates Castlemaine Harbor from the Atlantic Ocean. There’ll be time to walk its stunning sands before returning to Dingle Town, where you can relax at your charming hotel. Dinner is on your own.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Clogher Beach Cliff Top Walk; 2 miles, easy. Ballydavid Coastline Walk; options from 2 miles, easy

This morning you set out toward Slea Head, where small farms cling to the precipitous slopes along the magnificent Dingle Way. Your morning coastal walk between emerald-green farmland and deep-blue ocean reveals Iron Age remains, such as beehive huts used by Eremite monks and farmers. Rounding the head, you take in breathtaking views of the Blasket Islands spreading out before you. These were once the westernmost inhabited lands of Europe; a population decline to just 22 in 1953—and their lack of access to emergency services—drove residents to the mainland. You continue along grassy paths through pastures dotted with sheep and an occasional donkey, tracing stone walls, crossing stiles, and climbing hills that always reward your efforts with sweeping views of the Irish countryside.

After, learn the story of traditional island life at The Blasket Center, a fascinating cultural center and museum which chronicles the island residents’ struggle for existence through exhibitions, interactive displays, artifacts, and audio-visual presentations. During your stay, enjoy an included lunch at the center’s Bialann Café, where large floor-to-ceiling windows offer spectacular views of the sea and islands.

After lunch, travel north and trace the Wild Atlantic Way shoreline trail. Your walk along more spectacular coastline delivers you to Ballydavid where you may explore the pier and enjoy a pint overlooking Smerwick Harbor. Returning to Dingle, you stop to visit the medieval-era remains of Kilmalkedar, a National Monument of Ireland. The remarkable site preserves an unusually dense early Christian settlement that contributed to the evolution of the early Irish Church from the 6th to the 12th centuries.

This evening is again yours to explore the imaginative and charming town of Dingle, where strains of traditional pub music pour into the streets at night. Alternatively, stay put and enjoy the many amenities of your hotel, including the award-winning leisure club, pool, and spa. This evening, savor a sumptuous final dinner at your hotel’s acclaimed Coastguard Restaurant overlooking Dingle Harbor and the mountains of the Iveragh Peninsula.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Your tour finishes at the hotel after breakfast. Please note: The hotel will help you book a taxi, at your own expense, to either Killarney railway station, Cork Airport, or Shannon Airport. You are also welcome to join the motorcoach to Kinsale if you wish, departing at 8:45 a.m.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Accommodations

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Ireland: Walking The West Country
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2024 Pre-Trip Extension - Cork

  • Two nights at the Imperial Hotel
  • Airport car service for arrival
  • Daily breakfast
  • City information

2 Nights From $245
per person, double occupancy

Single Supplement: From $145

Your vacation is about to begin! Spend your first night aloft and arrive ready for an unforgettable trip.

Start off your first day in Cork right by having a Country Walkers representative greet you at the airport. A complimentary car service will whisk you to your centrally located hotel. From here, you are perfectly positioned to explore this charming city at your leisure.

After a delicious included breakfast at your hotel, you are free to explore on your own, using our included city information packet to guide your discoveries.

Included Meals: Breakfast

After a delicious included breakfast at your hotel, you are free to explore on your own, using our included city information packet to guide your discoveries.

Included Meals: Breakfast

The Imperial Hotel

This is one of Cork’s most exclusive properties. Historic architecture merges with contemporary design to create a magical environment. The Imperial Hotel has been serving Cork since 1813, when the Cork Committee of Merchants commissioned architect Sir Thomas Deane to design and build The Commercial Rooms. In 1816, the merchants requested Deane to extend the original building along Pembroke Street to serve as a hotel and coach yard. Well-appointed rooms are naturally cooled without air conditioning, and feature in-room WiFi. The Imperial Hotel, originally the place where merchants met to discuss business, remains the most popular business and social center in the city today. Available on limited departures.
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A church in an Irish village
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2024

2024 Post-Trip Extension - Dublin

  • Two nights at the Schoolhouse Hotel
  • Airport car service for departure
  • Daily breakfast
  • City information

2 Nights From $595
per person, double occupancy

Single Supplement: From $445

This morning, travel to the Cork train station for your train ride (approximately three hours) to Dublin. There is no Country Walkers representative with you on the train, but one will meet you upon arrival in Dublin and help you travel to your hotel (approximately 25 minutes, depending on traffic).

Please note: Upon arrival at the hotel, please reconfirm with the Reception Desk the time of your transportation to the Dublin airport for your return flight home.

You have the remainder of the day free to take in the atmosphere of Dublin and to seek out an interesting pub or restaurant for dinner on your own. Country Walkers provides you with city information including recommendations about what to see and do in Dublin.

Included Meals: Breakfast

After a delicious included breakfast at your hotel, you are free to explore on your own, using our included city information packet to guide your discoveries.

Included Meals: Breakfast

After an included breakfast this morning, complimentary transportation is provided to the Dublin airport based on your departure time.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Schoolhouse Hotel

A hidden gem close to the heart of the city, the Schoolhouse Hotel is just a 10-minute walk to Trinity College, the National Museum, Grafton Street, and other city attractions. Built in 1861, this charming boutique hotel takes its name from its early years as a school. Perhaps you’ll savor French and Irish specialties in the trendy restaurant set within former classrooms. Unwind in the spa, fitness center, and indoor pool. And retire to one of 31 air-conditioned, en-suite guestrooms, each named for a famous Irish writer. Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel.
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14 on-tour meals: 7 breakfasts, 4 lunches, and 3 dinners Check Check
Local guides with you throughout tour Check Check
Local wine and/or beer with dinner Check Check
Entrance fees and special events as noted in the itinerary Check Check
Telescopic walking sticks provided on tour Check Check
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One extra night in Cork and one extra night in Kinsale Check
Airport car service for arrival and departure Check
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Ireland is a fantastic choice for a walk through the countryside, and CW does a great job. Guides Katrin and Maureen are a delight. We made new friends and enjoyed every single day. Travelers should be warned, however, that the VAT refund needs to be addressed with your very first purchase in Ireland..... no refund without proper forms.... this was a disappointment for us when we got to the airport after 10+ days in Ireland!

Alice, Clovis, CA

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Lots of walking in gorgeous surroundings. Ireland has it all; mountains, ocean views and luscious green farm land. Natives are very friendly and welcoming. Our Guide was awesome!

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