Our mini coaches are not wheelchair accessible. In order to enjoy our tours, you must be able to get on and off our tour vehicles unaided; or have someone come along on tour to help you.
A lightweight foldable wheelchair can sometimes be stowed in the luggage compartment. Our tours are not suitable for larger wheelchairs or mobility scooters.Read More
Yes. One of the only non-flexible things about our tours are the departure days.
All of our tours depart from Dublin's Grand Canal Hotel on either Sundays, Mondays or Tuesdays.Read More
Yes. Once we have two people booked on a tour, it is a 100% guaranteed departure... And that’s a promise!
We had never cancelled a tour pre-pandemic. And we are proud that no Vagabond or Driftwood tour has ever been called off due to low bookings.
We are very aware that you have probably gone to great lengths to get to Ireland; organising time off work; buying flights; booking hotels. So we always run our tours once guests have booked. It's only fair!
Please bear in mind that this does mean that, every now and then, we do run tours with only two guests.Similar Questions
The minimum number for our tours is two people.
In normal times your departure is 100% guaranteed once you've booked your tour (as long as there is one other person booked). Prior to the pandemic we had never ever cancelled a tour.
The maximum group size is 13 for active Vagabond Tours.
The maximum group size is 15 for relaxed Driftwood Tours.Similar Questions
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*On your 11 Day Driftwood Discover Ireland Tour, you may travel around Northern Ireland in either clockwise or counter-clockwise direction.
✔️Most major credit cards (except AMEX and Discovery).
✔️Electronic Bank Transfer – get details from our reservations team
✔️International Euro drafts or euro cheques issued in Ireland
All bookings are confirmed by email. Your confirmation will include:
We can also send out physical copies of your confirmation in the post, if required.Similar Questions
All Vagabond and Driftwood customer correspondence is carried out by email. This includes your booking confirmation.
Don't worry! There's no need to print your booking confirmation or voucher.
The only travel document we need you to print out is your disclaimer. This will be sent to you by email 21 days before your tour departure date.
After printing and signing your disclaimer, you can either:
Yes. We are proud members of several professional tourism and adventure travel organisations.Read More
We appreciate that making travel plans is challenging at the moment, so we have introduced a number of terms, effective November 5th 2021, to be as flexible and fair as possible and make booking your Vagabond tour worry-free.
For latest updates regarding the Covid-19/Coronavirus please see our blog post here.
3.1 Cancellation of a client’s booking must be notified in writing to Vagabond. Cancellation charges are calculated on the day when written notification is received by Vagabond. The table below shows the number of days before departure dates that Vagabond receives written confirmation of cancellation, including any surcharges that will be imposed on the client as a corresponding cancellation charge. Please note that in addition to the tour fare cancellation charges set out below, the client may also incur cancellation fees in respect of any third party suppliers booked by the client in association with a Vagabond Tour.
We have enacted the following temporary changes to our cancellation policy in light of the Covid-19/Coronavirus situation:
|Notification Period||Normal Terms|
|30+ Days|| |
Deposit is non refundable (can be deferred to another tour).
Full refund (excl. deposit)
|30 Days or Less|| |
Deposit is non-refundable (cannot be deferred to another tour).
3.2 Once the tour has started, no refunds will be made under any circumstances for any unused sectors or sections.
3.3 If the reason for the client’s cancellation is covered by the client’s insurance policy, the client may be able to make a claim under that policy, this is entirely a matter between the client and their insurer.
3.4 If the client wishes to change to an alternative departure date, this must be done with a minimum of 30 days notice. Any charges or non-refundable deposits which have been paid to third party suppliers are payable by the client in these circumstances.
Yes, when accompanied by their parent/guardian. In general, your kids can stay in an Irish pub until 9pm.
Children (anyone under the age of 18) are only allowed in licensed premises if they are with a parent or guardian. This provision carries certain restrictions. For example, if accompanied by a parent/guardian, the child may remain on the premises from 10:30am – 9pm in the months of October to April (until 10pm May to September). The pub licence holder has the right to contravene this if he/she sees fit.Read More