Embark on the Emerald Adventure: From Ancient Castles to Coastal Trails in Ireland's Enchanting Landscapes
Ireland is the great land of scenic landscapes, waterfalls, rich history, beers and whiskey
Cliffs Of Moher
The Cliffs of Moher, the most famous in Ireland, will leave you awestruck. These very impressive cliffs are 702 feet at their highest point and span 8.6 miles in length, with a narrow cliff top path hugging the edge. On a clear day, you won't be able to tell where the cliffs end and the Horizon begins. #Funfact: there's a 300 million-year-old river channel buried within the cliffs.
Killarney National Park
Killarney National Park covers an area of over 26.000 acres incorporating lakes, mountains, woodlands, waterfalls, and heritage sites. It is a must for those with an enthusiasm for nature, history, culture or a fun day filled with adventure.
Home Of Guinness
Party in Dublin
Welcome, fellow runners and enthusiasts, to the land where leprechauns outrun hares and where a pint of Guinness is considered a great post-run hydration strategy—welcome to the amazing running adventure in Ireland.
Picture this: you, clad in your favorite neon running gear, sprinting through the rolling hills of Ireland, chasing rainbows that promise not just pots of gold but also the finish line of your running dreams.
Ah, the lively, spirited world of Irish pubs and cuisine! Welcome to a realm where the craic (pronounced 'crack', meaning fun and good times) flows as freely as the Guinness and the food is heartier than a leprechaun's chuckle!
You've stumbled upon the quintessential Irish pub, where the aroma of hearty stews competes with the melodic tunes of traditional Irish music played by a band of musicians who may or may not be elves moonlighting as entertainers.
In these cozy establishments, it's not just about the food; it's a culinary journey that's as unpredictable as an Irish weather forecast. You'll encounter dishes with names longer than a fairy tale, like "Coddle" and "Boxty" — and trust us, they taste way better than they sound!
When it comes to Ireland, size is definitely not the measure of its magic; it's the sheer wealth of experiences packed into this enchanting island. Despite its seemingly modest dimensions, Ireland's allure unfolds in a myriad of captivating destinations, ensuring that every turn of the road leads to a breathtaking discovery. Buckle up as we explore the top spots and local hidden gems that form the perfect Irish itinerary.
The Cliffs of Moher: Prepare to be awestruck by the sheer drama of nature as you stand on the edge of these towering cliffs, where the Atlantic crashes against rugged rock faces, offering panoramic views that will take your breath away.
Ring of Kerry: Embark on a picturesque drive along this scenic route, weaving through emerald hills, pristine lakes, and charming villages, unveiling postcard-worthy views at every bend.
Killarney National Park: Lace up your hiking boots and explore this untamed wilderness, boasting rugged mountains, shimmering lakes, and vast expanses of moorland, inviting adventurers to immerse in raw, untouched beauty.
Dublin's Temple Bar: Experience the heartbeat of Ireland's capital in the vibrant Temple Bar district, where traditional pubs, live music, and a lively atmosphere create an unforgettable night out.
Irish Cuisine: Indulge in the flavors of Ireland, savoring classics like hearty stews, fresh seafood, and delectable desserts, while enjoying the warmth of traditional pubs and local hospitality.
Whiskey Distilleries: Delve into the world of Irish whiskey, visiting distilleries across the country to taste and learn about the rich heritage behind this beloved spirit.
With all of these bucket list stops, trails to be torn up around the country, extensive fitness programming by some of the best coaches in the industry, beers to drink in pubs, and much more included in our Ireland adventure holiday experience, there is no need for you to look further for your once-in-a-lifetime trip.
Ireland is more than a destination; it's an escape from the mundane, an oasis offering respite from the 9-to-5 routine. It's a place that encourages you to swap your daily obligations for tales of mystical creatures and legendary landscapes that inspire wonder and awe.
Most people solo travel to Ireland on our group trip packages, and we even encourage it. Taking on this Ireland adventure with a group tour allows us to venture deeper with the safety of our team, makes mid-day hikes way more fun, and of course, creates the most epic nighttime shenanigans.