That's the one travel tip that we hear again and again from guests who have experienced our tours.
Your Ireland trip will run smoother if you pack these essentials.
Are you taking an active Vagabond Cultural Adventure?
Comfortable trainers/sneakers work fine for our hikes.
However, lightweight hiking boots are even better because they...
There are no long walks or hikes on Driftwood Journeys of Discovery so you don't require specialised footwear.
However, comfort is the order of the day. But make sure you pack shoes suitable for light walking.
You'll enjoy lots of free time to stroll around cute little towns and take guided tours of sheep farms.
💡 TOP TIP: Make sure you wear-in your chosen footwear for at least a few days BEFORE you come on tour.
We highly recommend you bring a WiFi-enabled mobile phone with you to Ireland.
All of our hotels have free internet access so you can keep in touch with loved ones at home.
A phone will also come in very handy if you are delayed or need to contact a local number while you are here, for any reason.
If you do plan on bringing a phone, please share your number with us before the trip: firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the things that makes Ireland so much fun is the exciting climate.
Sun. Wind. Rain shower.
Then, 5 minutes later, sun again...
Here are our tips for what clothes to pack for your tour:
@vagabondtoursireland What to pack for a trip to Ireland ☘️ Sean tells you his tips and tricks on what to pack for an active vacation. Let us know if we forgot anything in the comments. #packinglist #ireland #whattopack #discoverireland #keepdiscovering #tlpicks #bucketlist #packing #trip ♬ original sound - VagabondToursIreland
Guest luggage on Vagabond & Driftwood Tours is restricted to one suitcase per person (no bigger than 30” or 75cm along their longest side).
Soft-sided bags work great.
🎒 Daypack/Backpack. A smaller bag where you can store your daily essentials will also prove convenient.
Learn more on this luggage FAQ.
You might think we are joking here...
However, some hotels in Ireland do not provide facecloths.
If you like to have a facecloth to hand while travelling, we'd suggest bringing one or two along with you!
Read our blog about packing for Ireland