We strongly recommend that you purchase comprehensive travel insurance cover before your trip to Ireland.
Your policy should cover all medical costs associated with travel.Read More
Vaccines are not required for travel to Ireland.
Ireland is open to travellers regardless of your vaccination status and whether your journey originates in the USA, Canada, Australia or elsewhere in the world.
Travellers to the Republic of Ireland are no longer required to show proof of vaccination, proof of recovery or a negative PCR test result upon arrival.Similar Questions
The welfare of our guests, as well as that of our staff and the communities we visit, will always be paramount.
Here is how we ensure the highest possible standards of hygiene and lowest risk:Read More
Wearing of face masks on Vagabond and Driftwood tour vehicles is not required.
100% of respondents to our February 2023 poll said that we should leave the decision to wear masks up to individuals.
While it is not necessary to wear a mask on a Vagabond or Driftwod tour vehicle, you are welcome to do so, especially if you have symptoms of any respiratory illness.Similar Questions
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Reach us any time using the Emergency Operations phone number listed in your booking voucher email (sent 3 weeks before departure).Read More
Social distancing requirements have now ended in Ireland.
There's no need to socially distance in Irish retail stores and restaurants.
Of course, you are welcome to take as many precautions to make you feel as comfortable as possible.Similar Questions
You are not required to wear face masks in public spaces in Ireland.
The wearing of masks is no longer required in healthcare settings such as hospitals, pharmacies and doctors' surgeries.
While it is not necessary to wear a mask on a Vagabond or Driftwod tour vehicle, you are welcome to do so, especially if you have symptoms of any respiratory illnessSimilar Questions
A vaccine is not currently required to take either a Vagabond or Driftwood small-group tour of Ireland.Similar Questions
Short answer = Yes.
We heartily recommend packing bug repellent in your suitcase when travelling to Ireland.Read More
All travellers — irrespective of vaccination status — are not required to show any sort of test result before travelling to Ireland
We do not require testing of any kind before taking one of our small-group tours of Ireland.Similar Questions
We operate a zero tolerance policy on alcohol use by our tour guides.
If any of our tour guides were found to be consuming alcohol during a tour, it would mean instant dismissal.
Over 21 years and 1000s of Vagabond and Driftwood tour departures, the situation has never arisen.
Find out more about our highly-trained VagaGuide tour guidesSimilar Questions
We understand that keeping in touch with loved ones at home is vital for you.
The simplest way to be contactable in Ireland is using a smartphone and free hotel wifi=.Read More
No special immunisations or medications are required when travelling to Ireland.
Thankfully, Ireland is one the world's safest destinations to visit.
Infectious diseases are rare.
If you suffer from pre-existing medical conditions, we strongly advise that you check your circumstances with your medical professional before coming on tour.Similar Questions
We operate a strict no smoking policy on all of our tour vehicles.
Vaping and e-cigarettes are also not allowed while on board our tour vehicles.
Smoking is banned in all enclosed public places in Ireland and in all workplaces.
Smoking is also not permitted inside your hotel. However, all hotels will provide outdoor smoking areas.
The ban on smoking in Ireland includes company vehicles (cars and vans) as well as offices, pubs/bars and restaurants.Similar Questions