Casual hiker? Mountain fanatic? All levels of walkers will love the mix of accessible and spectacular hikes on this 5 day tour of Ireland from Dublin. Experience the greatest hits of the Wild Atlantic Way between two weekends. Arrive on Sunday, explore Ireland with us until Friday evening and be back at your desk the following Monday.
Highlights of your 5 day tour of Ireland from Dublin include visits to two National Parks and the spectacular Cliffs of Moher. Spend 2 fun nights in the lively and authentic local town of Dingle. Take your pick from a menu of amazing activity options. Enjoy a guided bike tour in Killarney. Go dolphin-spotting by sea kayak. Grab your boots and hike to off the beaten path destinations in stunning natural scenery.
💚 Responsible travel and sustainability lie at the heart of everything we do. Combat over-tourism on your Ireland trip by giving back to local communities in lesser explored parts of Ireland.
All Vagabond tours are flexible. Your 7 Day Vagabond World Tour of Ireland is no different.
Unmissable activities are included. Where there are great options, we’ve left the final decision up to you. Feel free to choose your evening meals and lunches. All additional tour options are marked clearly below.
All details of prices and suppliers listed here are correct at time of publication. Our suppliers occasionally increase prices for optional tour activities during the touring season. This is a rare occurence. In the unlikely event of a major price increase, we will do our utmost to update you.
A hot shower after a mountain hike. A real fire. A pint. We assure you that wherever you stay with us, you’ll love it.
We put great effort into selecting accommodation on Vagabond tours. Your tour will overnight in locally-owned establishments (in some cases for generations). Receive a heartfelt welcome, often from the hoteliers themselves. No hotel chains here!
Spanish Point House is a charming, luxury, period guest house beautifully situated on the Wild Atlantic Way, in the picturesque seaside resort of Spanish Point, Co. Clare. Tastefully and carefully restored to its former glory it combines old world charm with modern day luxury. A haven of tranquillity with magnificent sea-views. Be assured of a very warm welcome and a personal touch from your attentive hosts, Pat, Aoife and Ríain O’Malley.
Located on the shores of Dingle Bay, enjoy breath-taking views across the countryside from Dingle Skellig Hotel. Just a short stroll from the town, you will enjoy the excellent facilities as well as the unique atmosphere. The perfect base to unwind after a long day exploring the Dingle Peninsula. Fungi, the resident dolphin can often be spotted in the distance while enjoying your breakfast or dinner.
Situated in the heart of picturesque Dingle town, next to the bustling marina, the Dingle Bay Hotel is the town’s most modern hotel, yet it proudly maintains the Brosnan family history of hospitality. You’re within minutes of all the best pubs and restaurants Dingle has to offer, as well as popular attractions and at the end of the day return from a day touring the spectacular Dingle Peninsula to rooms steeped in comfort.
The Lansdowne Arms Hotel is a beautiful Victorian Style Kenmare Hotel built 1790. It is an oasis of tranquillity and elegance situated in the heart of the picturesque town of Kenmare Co, Kerry. Kenmare Bay is located on the famous Ring of Kerry and the rugged Ring of Beara. The family run Hotel is an ideal place to relax and enjoy the splendours of one of the most beautiful spots in Ireland.
Go to the edge of Europe on an unforgettable adventure vacation, our active 5 Day Tour of Ireland from Dublin.
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Board your VagaTron Mercedes 4x4 tour vehicle in Dublin and hit the road, bound for Clare.
The average driving time today is 4 hours.
Explore Clare and then enter Kerry, known in Ireland as 'The Kingdom'.
The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes.
Active relaxation amid the wonders of Dingle and Slea Head.
The average driving time today is 1 hour 30 minutes.
Move south from Dingle across the Iveragh peninsula to Kenmare.
The average driving time today is 2 hours.
Beginning in Kenmare, you're Dublin-bound via Tipperary
The average driving time today is 4 hours 30 minutes.