Tours of Ireland – Uncover the Adventure Travel Ireland Offers

Wild at Heart: Ireland’s Green Playground

Ireland isn’t just green by name; it’s green by nature. Our land is a verdant tapestry that unfurls across wild open spaces and time-worn edifices, standing proud for millennia. For those with a love for the outdoors and a zest for life, Ireland is your playground. Surf the rolling Atlantic waves, hike the rugged trails, bike the winding roads, or paddle the serene waters. Our array of day activities and multiday tours in Ireland is a treasure trove awaiting your discovery. Seek your next adrenaline rush with Wild N Happy’s Ireland adventure holidays, and chart a course for an island awash with color and vitality.

Crafting Your Epic Irish Vacation: Tailored Tours Await

Immerse yourself in the epic beauty of the Emerald Isle with Wild N Happy’s guided tours that cater to the adventurous spirit of every traveler. Here, find an array of Ireland tour packages, from bespoke private tours to our action-packed Mór Active Ireland Day Tours. Designed with diversity in mind, our offerings ensure that whether you’re seeking a short escapade or an extensive journey with our multi-day tours in Ireland, your experience will be nothing short of extraordinary. Have questions or need guidance? Our doors are always open to assist you in crafting that perfect Irish adventure. Get ready to explore the rugged heart of Ireland with Wild N Happy — your once-in-a-lifetime Ireland vacation awaits!

Top Tours of Ireland

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Tour map of The Kingdom of Kerry 4 day tour.

The Kingdom of Kerry – 5 Day Tour from Dublin

Monday & Wednesday Departures - 5 Days
Availability : Mar-Oct
Explore Ireland's majestic Kingdom of Kerry on this 5-day Ireland tour. Discover the Ring of Kerry, Dingle, and Killarney!
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Tour map of Discover Galway & Connemara 4 Day Tour.

Discover Galway and Connemara – 4 Day Tour

Wednesday Departures - 4 Days
Availability : Mar-Oct
Explore Galway's Wild Atlantic Way with a 4-day tour! Visit Galway City, Inis Mor Island, Connemara National Park, Kylemore Abbey and so much more.
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Ireland’s Wild West – 4 Day Tour of Ireland

Saturday Departures - 4 Days
Availability : Mar-Oct
Explore Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way on this 4-day tour! Discover Galway, Connemara, Kylemore Abbey, Westport and so much more.
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Tour map of Ireland's Celtic Voyage 6 Day Tour

Ireland’s Celtic Voyage – 6 Day Tour of Ireland

Monday Departures - 6 Days
Availability : Mar-Oct
Explore the Celtic heritage of Ireland on this 6-day tour! Experience Killarney, Dingle, the Cliffs of Moher and so much more.
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Tour map of Ireland's Land of Giants 6 day tour.

Ireland’s Land of Giants – 6 Day Tour of Ireland

Sunday Departures - 6 Days
Availability : Mar-Oct
Explore the wonders of Ireland on this 6 day tour. Starting in Dublin, we'll visit Westport, Slieve League Cliffs, the Giant's Causeway and so much more!
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Tour map of Ireland's Wild South 7 day tour.

Ireland’s Wild South – 7 Day Tour of Ireland

Sunday Departures - 7 Days
Availability : Mar-Oct
Experience Ireland's wild south on this wondrous 7 day tour. Explore Dingle, the Ring of Kerry, Killarney, the Cliffs of Moher and so much more.
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Tour map of Ireland's Wild North 7 day tour.

Ireland’s Wild North – 7 Day Tour of Ireland

Saturday Departures - 7 Days
Availability : Mar-Oct
Discover Ireland's wild north on this 7-day tour of Ireland! Starting in Dublin, you'll visit Galway, Connemara, Donegal, the Giant's Causeway, and so much more.
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Hiker admiring Torc Waterfall in Killarney, Co. Kerry, Ireland

Authentic Ireland Tour – 10 Day Tour of Ireland

Sunday Departures - 10 Days
Availability : Mar-Oct
Explore Ireland's ancient past on this spectacular 10-day tour of Ireland. Starting in Dublin, we'll visit the Cliffs of Moher, Killarney, Dingle, and so much more!
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Tour map of Ireland's Wild Grande 13 day tour.

Ireland’s Wild Grande – 13 Day Tour of Ireland

Sunday Departures - 13 Days
Availability : Mar-Oct
Experience it all on this 13 day tour of Ireland. Featuring Dublin, Killarney, the Cliffs of Moher, Galway, the Giants Causeway and so much more!

Combo Tours of Ireland & Scotland

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Ireland & Scotland’s Land of Giants – 13 Day Tour

Sunday Departures - 13 days
Availability : Mar - Oct
Come on Wild N Happy's epic 13 day Land of Giant's tour of Ireland and Scotland and see islands and Highlands, and so much more!
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Scotland & Ireland’s Wild South – 14 Day Tour

Sunday Departures - 14 Days
Availability : Mar - Oct
Join Wild N Happy on this 14-day tour of Scotland and Ireland. See Skye, the Cairngorms, Dingle, the Ring of Kerry, & so much more!
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Ireland’s Wild North & Scotland – 14 Day Tour

Saturday Departures - 14 days
Availability : Mar - Oct
Come with Wild N Happy on this 14-day tour of Ireland and Scotland. See Connemara, the Isle of Skye, the Cairngorms, & so much more!
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Authentic Scotland & Ireland – 17 Day Tour

Sunday Departures - 17 days
Availability : Mar - Oct
Come with Wild N Happy on this 17-day tour of Ireland and Scotland. See Skye, the Cairngorms, Dingle, the Ring of Kerry, & so much more!
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Ireland’s Wild Grande + Scotland – 20 Day Tour

Sunday Departures - 20 days
Availability : Mar - Oct
Come on an epic tour with Wild N Happy on this 20-day tour of Ireland and Scotland. See Dingle, Kerry, Skye, & so much more!

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Travel Guides of Ireland

Tree with Muckross Abbey in background Killarney

Killarney: All You Need To Know About Muckross Abbey

Muckross Abbey is a gem of Irish history and natural beauty, tucked away in the serene woodlands of Killarney National Park. Nestled beside the shimmering waters of Muckross...
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Kerry Ireland

Kerry: The Best Day Trips You Need To Do

Welcome to the stunning landscapes and charming villages of Co. Kerry, Ireland! Nestled on the southwestern coast, this picturesque county is a must visit for it’s natural beauty,...
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Ireland: What You Need To Know About The Most Exciting Views

Welcome to the enchanting land of Ireland, where every turn in the road unveils a breathtaking vista that could steal your breath away. From the Wild Atlantic Way...
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Do I need a passport or a visa to travel to Ireland?

UK and EU citizens are required to have a valid passport or a national identity card to enter Ireland. Citizens of all other countries must have a valid passport.

Citizens of the EEA member states as well as other countries such as Australia, Canada, New Zealand or the USA are not required to apply for a visa to travel to Ireland. The full list of countries can be found here.

Prior to travelling to Ireland, citizens of all other countries should contact their local Irish Embassy or visit the Department of Foreign Affairs website for more information.

What currency is accepted in Ireland? 

In Ireland we use the Euro as our currency. However, as part of the United Kingdom, Northern Ireland’s official currency is the British Pound.

Is tipping customary in Ireland?

Tips are not included in our tour price and tipping is entirely at your discretion. A guided price to tipping in Ireland is generally between 10-15% of cost value.

What is internet access like in Ireland? 

Internet access is quite good in Ireland, most B&Bs, hotels, cafés, pubs and tourist attractions across the country offer Wi-Fi access to their customers or visitors. 

Can I use my mobile/cell phone while in Ireland?

Mobile phone coverage is good in most parts of Ireland. However, ensure your global roaming is fully activated before travelling to Ireland, so you can enjoy the benefits of your phone plan away from home. 

What are toilets like in Ireland?

Toilets in Ireland are modern and flushable. In addition to the public restrooms you can find in most towns and villages, some are also available in service stations and pubs.

Is smoking legal in Ireland? 

In 2004, Ireland became the first smoke-free country in Europe. While smoking is prohibited in work and public places, it is however permitted in the street, in some hotel rooms and in private accommodation.

What will it cost for a…? 

All prices are approximate and may vary.

  • Pint of Guinness = €4.50
  • Public transport one-way ticket = €2.50
  • Cinema ticket = €7.50
  • Cappuccino = €3 
  • Pub meal = €15
  • Meal in mid-range restaurant = €30

Can I drink the water in Ireland?

Tap water is considered safe to drink in most parts of Ireland, especially in large cities and towns like Dublin, Limerick or Cork. However, it is recommended not to drink from the bathroom sink.

Are credit cards accepted widely in Ireland?

While most Irish stores and hotels accept major credit cards, smaller cafes, pubs and shops might require a minimum purchase amount. As a few of them do not accept credit cards at all, it is always a good idea to carry a little bit of cash.

What is ATM access like in Ireland?

ATMs are common in Ireland, they can generally be found outside banks, in grocery stores and in transit centers.

Do I need to purchase travel insurance before travelling in Ireland?

Our tours do not include travel insurance but we highly recommend travel insurance for all Wild N Happy tours. We strongly recommend that you take out comprehensive insurance cover for cancellation, medical expenses, personal accident, personal baggage, money and public liability before travelling. We accept no responsibility for the theft, loss or damage to personal belongings or liability for personal injury/death at any time during the duration of your tour. 


What public holidays are celebrated in Ireland?

  • 1 January / New Year’s Day
  • 18 March / St Patrick’s Day
  • 13 April / Easter Monday
  • 4 May / Labour Day Day
  • 1 June / June Bank Holiday
  • 3 August / August Bank Holiday
  • 26 October / October Bank Holiday
  • 25 December / Christmas Day
  • 28 December / St Stephen’s Day

Here is a current list of public holidays in Ireland.

What is the weather like in Ireland? 

We have a saying in Ireland ‘If you don’t like the weather just wait a minute’. Which means expect to have four seasons in one day. 

As Ireland’s weather is dominated by the Atlantic Ocean, as such we have far smaller temperature variations across the seasons than other countries this far north of the equator. Temperatures vary from an average of 8°C / 46°F in the winter to 19°C / 66°F in the summer. 

For more general weather information we suggest you visit World Weather

Are there telephone information lines I can call? 

There are a number of information lines run by the state agency, Failte Ireland, that can provide you with information on holiday destinations in Ireland. There is a line for each of the following countries, please use the corresponding one. 

  • Ireland: 1850 230 330 (all calls charged at local rates)
  • United Kingdom: 0800 0397000
  • USA: 800 223 6470
  • France: 01 53 43 1212
  • Canada: 1800 223 6470
  • French Belgians: 02 6739 940
  • French Swiss: 052 202 69 06
  • German Swiss: 052 2 02 6906/7
  • Italian Swiss: 052 2 02 6906
  • Sweden: 08 662 8510
  • Finland: 09 608 966
  • Denmark: 33 1580 45
  • Spain: 91 577 1787
  • Netherlands: 020 622 3101
  • Belgium: 02 673 9940
  • Italy: 02 869 0541
  • Norway: 22 56 33 10
  • Austria: 01 715 8317
  • Australia: 02 92996177
  • Germany: 069 92318550

What are the emergency numbers for Ireland?

If you are within the Dublin area you can omit the prefix 01 for any of the numbers below that have that prefix.

The emergency services can be contacted by telephoning 999. This number is accessible free of charge from any telephone and is the initial contact when requiring the Police (Garda), Ambulance, Fire Brigade or Lifeguard emergency services. 

The American Embassy can be contacted by telephone at 01/6688085.
The British Embassy at 01/2053700
The Australian Embassy at 01/6761517
The Canadian Embassy at 01/4781988 

The German Embassy at 01/2776100 or 0872211382 if the Embassy is closed.

The French Embassy at 01/2775000 or 0866031380 if the Embassy is closed.
Visa Credit Cards at 1800 558002
Mastercard Credit Cards at 1800 557378
American Express Credit Cards at 1800/626000 or 1800/709907
The national airline is Aer Lingus at 01/7052222