We do not book flights on behalf of our guests.
This gives you complete flexibility over your flight departure and arrival dates, your chosen airports and preferred airlines, not to mention the opportunity to take advantage of sales, promotions and frequent flyer programmes.
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To help you plan your return flights, here are the days and times that our tours return to Dublin.
The return point for all tours is Dublin's Grand Canal HotelRead More
Dublin Airport is the best airport to fly to for Vagabond & Driftwood Tours.
That's because our pickup and dropoff point for all tours is Dublin's Grand Canal Hotel.
There is no other Irish airport within convenient driving distance.
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Airport transfers are not included in our tour prices.
Taxis cost between €22-38 from Dublin Airport to downtown Dublin.
This taxi fare is dependent on several factors:
Private transfer and public transport options are also available from Dublin airport to the city centre.
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It's never been easier to fly direct from the USA or Canada to Ireland.
18 cities in the US and 4 cities in Canada boast direct flight connections with Ireland.Read More
Most hotels in Ireland do not have air conditioning.
The climate in Ireland usually isn't hot enough to warrant air conditioning.
In periods of prolonged warm weather, hotels that don’t have air conditioning will normally install fans in the bedrooms.
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Your group will start exploring between 8.45-9.30am each morning.
Each evening, your group will return to your hotel at around 6pm.Read More
All of our hotels offer the following choice of room types:
All of your hotel rooms on tour provide hairdryers.
Please note that, in some cases, Irish hotel hairdryers may not be the most powerful models.Similar Questions
Yes, all hotel rooms on Vagabond and Driftwood Tours of Ireland are ensuite.
Expect your own separate bathroom with toilet, sink and shower and/or bath.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
Dreaming of a night in a romantic Irish castle?
The following Driftwood Journeys of Discovery spend at least one night in a castle hotel:Read More
That's the one travel tip that we hear again and again from guests who have experienced our tours.Read More
Short answer = Yes.
We heartily recommend packing bug repellent in your suitcase when travelling to Ireland.Read More
Unless you're travelling to Ireland from the UK, you will need an electrical plug adapter to use your devices and/or appliances here.
Luckily, power adapters are inexpensive and readily available in Ireland.Read More
You won't need to pack formal attire or fancy shoes when visiting Ireland.
Socialising at pubs and restaurants in Ireland is usually a relaxed and casual affair.
Jeans and sneakers are totally acceptable in 99.9% of the bars, pubs, hotels and restaurants that you frequent on our tours.
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Hiking poles are not required for our hikes.
If you would prefer to use them, please bring collapsible hiking poles that fit easily into your luggage.
Our tour vehicles come equipped with one spare set of hiking poles in case a guest requires them at short notice.
All other equipment required for optional adventure activities will be provided by our suppliers.Similar Questions
Your passport is the most important travel document you'll need to visit Ireland.
To board our tours, you'll need to show us proof of your tour voucher (either on your device or in printed form). Your voucher will be emailed to you before your tour.
The only other document we require is your disclaimer. This can be signed digitally. We'll email you a link to complete this process before your tour.
⚠️ IMPORTANT: Check Your Passport Expiry Date Before Booking. Remember to check that your passport is in date for the duration of your stay in Ireland.Similar Questions
The answer depends on which tour style you have chosen.
Driftwood vehicles have space for luggage onboard. Vagabond vehicles tow a trailer.Read More
Euro is the main currency you'll use while touring in the Republic of Ireland.
If your tour visits Northern Ireland, you'll also use Pound sterling (£).Read More
We recommend bringing a small amount of cash in euros to Ireland with you.
Around €300 euro should be more than enough to get you through your first days in Dublin.Read More
Tipping in Ireland can be confusing if you're visiting from the USA or Canada.
Don't worry! Our top tipping tip is: don't tip unless you really loved the service.Read More