Go beyond your conceptions of Ireland and get to meet the locals and the Gaelic culture during our 13 day Land of Giants tour. Check out some highlights!
Pack your stuff and embark on the first plane for the journey of your lifetime in Ireland !
What do you know about Ireland? A lot of people including you would probably quote: the famous Guinness, the shamrock, the Giant’s causeway or the Cliffs of Moher, the Iris Nos’ dance… But those things are only a few of Ireland’s wonders.
Get to know Ireland starting from its history through a memorable journey discovering the most spectacular landscapes of Ireland’s wild Atlantic coastline, on our Land of Giants 13 day tour.
During this tour, you will get off the beaten track to experience magical landscapes, spectacular adventure experiences, meet friendly Irish and unearthing our unique Gaelic culture.
Among the sights you will get to visit, the Cliffs of Moher is a must see. Its outstanding beauty will make you drop the phone and take the time to enjoy its spectacular view and its dramatic landscapes.
My favorite moment to do this is at the end of the day when the sun slowly goes down and the hills get colored by the sunset. A sweet moment to spend with your friends or beloved ones!
Located at the very north of Ireland, Malin’s Head is the start of the Wild Atlantic Way and has long been renowned for its epic coastal scenery, thriving birdlife and historical curiosities.
One of the best things to do in this place is to explore the top of the headland where you’ll find Banba’s Crown (named after a mythical goddess of Ireland), a remain of the Celtic past of Ireland. Its WWII background emerge from past as well.
But overall the most fabulous thing to see at Malin Head is a natural wonder that has started to make regular appearances off the Inishowen Peninsula. Thanks to a peak in the sun’s activity, the Northern Lights are frequently spotted off this coast.
Get seduced by the beautiful scenery of the Giant’s causeway, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Giant’s Causeway located at the top of the Island of Ireland is one of the most beautiful natural wonders in the world, visually striking with it’s interlocking basalt columns which are mostly hexagonal. Volcanic activity created these columns some 60 million years ago, creating 40,000 interlocking columns, the tallest of which are 12 metres high.
Another unmissable site on our list is: Belfast. From the birthplace of the Titanic to its impressive castle, you will find a lot of historic landmarks in this famous city.
Jump aboard the Belfast hop-on hop-off city tour or go on foot to explore the wonders of the city. Take a stroll around the Titanic Quarter, the Botanic Gardens and St George’s Market.
So come over and live the Irish adventure!
Discover vibrant towns and cities of Ireland’s coastline
Visit Galway city, the Bohemian capital of Ireland. Whether you’re on foot or by water, grab the opportunity to explore Galway’s historical places of interest and experience its colorful cafes and bars.
One of the best ways to explore the bay is to get on the Corrib Princess for a short cruise where you can take the time to appreciate the landscape.
As for Killarney, it is a real piece of wild beauty. From visiting historic places like Muckross Abbey or Ross Castle to live some thrilling adventures, you have a lot of activities to do here such as kayaking, hiking the Kenmare road or to the Torc Waterfall, browsing into the shops or even eating artisanal ice creams.
Killarney Park, the second largest national Park of Ireland is worth visiting either on foot or by bicycle. Its lakes surrounding the park and Ross Castle are a real delight for the eyes. Don’t hesitate to ask for explanations to our professional guide who will tell you more about its amazing history.
Muckross Parks and its gardens are two others wonders of this city. Muckross Park is home of beautiful gardens and its abbey dates back to the 15th century built in the Franciscan Friary style.
At night, don’t miss the opportunity to sit at a pub and get a fresh local beer in the vibrant ambiance of Killarney.
If you are romantic, the best way to visit this town is on a jaunting car with your beloved one.
Finally, Dingle won’t disappoint you either. This picturesque town surrounded by a beautiful coastline and beautiful golden beaches and colorful houses will make you fall in love with the Wild Atlantic Way.
Stroll along the golden sands of Inch Beach and treat yourself with fresh and tasty seafood served in every restaurant, accompanied or not with fresh local beers.
Experience the Ring of Kerry, Dingle and Cliffs of Moher
Embark on a romantic getaway with this luxurious places with friendly and generous people. Those places got their own personality full of character and charisma that will leave you breathless.
Among the highlights, you will obviously find the spectacular Ring of Kerry which offer dramatic landscapes of rugged coastlines, golden beaches, glistening lakes and spectacular mountains ranges.
But also Dingle that we described right above and the worldly known Cliffs of Moher. Those Cliffs are even much gorgeous from the sea on a cruise boat.
The Cliffs of Moher, Co. Clare
Great food and fun traditional music nights
Wherever you go in Ireland, but especially on the Wild Atlantic Way, you will get the chance to fill up your stomach with a diverse food. Whether you are a carnivore, fond of seafood or a vegetarian, you will certainly find your bliss in this island.
Carnivore will be delighted to taste the traditional Irish stew and some other traditional dishes made with meat.
For seafood lovers, they will also be delighted to eat some fresh lobsters, mussels or crabs for example.
Get some beers and here you are eating like a true Irish!
While you are drinking your Guinness, take the time to listen to the traditional Irish music played by skilled and dedicated musicians. It will make you feel like dancing all night long.
Come over and experience the craic with us!