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7 Day World Tour of Ireland

How Much Fun Can You Pack Into 7 Days in Ireland?

This awesome World Tour of Ireland doesn't just show you our beautiful island in 7 days. You'll travel in style, laughing all the way. And, because this is an active Vagabond Tour, you can expect fresh air and adventure alongside the unforgettable culture that makes Ireland one of the most beloved countries in the world.

If you have 7 days in Ireland, then the World Tour is perfect. Explore the Cliffs of Moher, hike the Burren, bike a National Park and kayak in Kerry.

💰 BOOK THIS TOUR FOR ONLY €100 DEPOSIT PER PERSON. Check Out Our New Flexible Booking Terms

Want to explore Ireland at a softer pace? You might prefer to check out our Irish Castles & Kingdoms Tour and our leisurely range of Driftwood Tours.

💚 Our goal is for you to love Ireland as much as we do. Offsetting carbon and building relationships with the communities we visit are just two ways we're striving for responsible travel. Find out more on our sustainability page.

From €1,525.50 pps* Single Supplement €211.50
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Estimated $ USD 2020 Price: $1,786 (based on $1 = €0.85)
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From €1,525.50* Per person sharing

*Price displayed is the discounted price for Mar, Apr and Oct.

If the date you want is full please contact us and we will do our best to accomodate you.

A €100 deposit per person is all we need to secure your tour online. All our departure dates are guaranteed.

All tours are charged in EURO. Single Supplements apply to Single Room Occupancy.

What's Included

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.

What's included in your trip
  • An off the beaten track adventure in 4x4 VagaTron tour vehicle
  • The services of a highly-trained and professional VagaGuide tour guide
  • 7 full days on tour
  • 6 nights' accommodation
  • 6 delicious and filling hot Irish breakfasts
  • Most daily activities and visits (see Tour Options below for extras)
  • Entrance into the magnificent Blarney Castle and Gardens
  • Entrance into the epic Rock of Cashel
  • A working sheep farm experience
  • Shannon ferry tickets

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.

Flexible and optional activities on tour
  • Surf Lesson Kerry
    1.5-2 hour surf lesson on Castlegregory beach in Kerry
  • Horse Riding Dingle
    Ride a horse along a beach or up a mountain in Dingle
  • Boat Trip Dingle
    Scenic boat trip across Dingle Bay
  • Sea Kayaking Dingle
    A guided sea kayak around the beautiful Dingle Bay.
  • Traditional Rowing
    Row a traditional Naomhóg boat in Dingle Bay.
  • Golf in Dingle
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    Play 18 holes at Dingle’s links course. All day activity.
  • Cycling Tour Killarney
    Guided bike tour of Killarney National Park on road and paths. 3 hrs.
  • Skellig Islands Cruise
    Cruise around Skellig Michael and Little Skellig. 2hr 30 mins.
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This is the only way to see Ireland, in my opinion.

Everything about the Vagabond tour experience was wonderful. From sleeping in the family owned hotels to the many activities offered, we couldn't have had a better time. Our tour guide was knowledgeable, funny, accommodating and terrific to be with all week. The sheep farm w…
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Vagabond Tours of Ireland was great. Edwina was an excellent tour guide and driver And she took us to magnificent places.
Product : I really enjoyed the tour! I was so glad I wasn’t touring on a large tour bus, am I was also thankful that I wasn’t driving in Ireland. It was very different and very tight compared to driving i…
Linda Marshall, 6th Oct 2019
Awesome experience! I can't wait to do it again!
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I can't recommend Vagabond enough for anyone looking to explore Ireland off the beaten path. There were plenty of opportunities to hike, bike, kayak, drink and learn about the history of Ireland.
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Vagabond 7 Day World Tour - May 2019 - BEST TRIP
I cannot fully articulate how amazing our experience with Vagabond Tours of Ireland was. From the initial inquiry for our intended Vagabond 7 Day World Tour of Ireland to the actual booking and confirmation of our tour, the service was impeccable. We were able to enjoy all the gorgeous scenery, historic sites, hike amazing trails, sea kayak at Dingle Bay, horseback ride on the Dingle Peninsula, bike through Killarney National Park, experience local Irish pubs...
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Best way to see Ireland
Our group of 3 couples signed up for the 7 day "world tour of Ireland". We choose this tour company based on the number of outdoor activities and adventures available to us. We were very happy with the itinerary, activities available for us to participate in and all of the accommodations. I recommend this tour company without any reservations....
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The Mood – upbeat adventure. As a single, I wondered how I would fit in the overall dynamics of the tour. Within one hour of the beginning our tour, we bonded as a big family for the week. This important framework set the tone for the entire tour.
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Scenic church and reflection of blue sky, clouds and mountains in the lake at Gougane Barra, Ireland
Discover hidden gems like Gougane Barra in West Cork
A group of kayakers paddling out of a sea cave in Dingle Bay, Ireland
Kayak across Dingle bay to meet dolphins
A boat in front of Little Skellig island off the coast of Ireland
Cruise the remote and dramatic Skellig Islands
Group hiking in Annascaul valley, Dingle peninsula
Hike the steep glaciated valley of Annascaul on the Dingle Peninsula
VagaTron tour vehicle at Lough Annascaul on the Dingle peninsula
Go off the beaten track on the Wild Atlantic Way in Clare, Cork and Kerry
Vagabond tour group on bikes and ready to go cycling in Killarney National Park, Ireland
Take a bike tour of Killarney National Park
Vagabond group dancing around the Uragh stone circle
Dance around mysterious Megalithic Uragh stone circle
Vagabond VagaTron Tour Vehicle and group posing at Rossbeigh in Kerry
Go off road in your 4x4 VagaTron tour vehicle at our favourite secret spots
Hiking the Cliffs of Moher in Clare
Visit the stunning Cliffs of Moher on the Wild Atlantic Way
The Rock of Cashel pictured from a distance
Admire Celtic crosses and ruined cathedrals at medieval Rock of Cashel.

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. No large, impersonal hotels here! Your tour will overnight in locally-owned establishments (in some cases for generations). Receive a heartfelt welcome, often from the hoteliers themselves.

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Spanish Point House, Co. Clare

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.

"At Spanish Point House we can assure you of a very warm welcome and attention to detail and we look forward to welcoming you."
The front exterior of Spanish Point House and a large open garden
The interior design of a double room in Spanish Point House

Dingle Skellig Hotel, Co. Kerry

Located on the shores of Dingle Bay, enjoy breath-taking views across the countryside from the 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.

"From the moment you arrive, our friendly staff will welcome you and ensure that your visit and time with us is as relaxing and enjoyable as possible."
An amazing view of the Dingle Skellig Hotel and Dingle Bay with mountains in the background
The view from the restaurant overlooking Dingle Bay

Dingle Bay Hotel, Co. Kerry

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.

"Our family are looking forward to welcoming you to our hotel."
The recognisable red exterior of the Dingle Bay Hotel
The interior design of a double ensuite room in the Dingle Bay Hotel

Moorings Guesthouse, Co. Kerry

Nestled into the picturesque seafront of Portmagee, the Moorings Guesthouse overlooks the village’s busy working harbour. Just 30 seconds walk from the pier, where boats leave for the Skelligs every morning, and right at the heart of village life, there’s simply nowhere more convenient to base yourself when you stay in Portmagee. Gerard and Patricia Kennedy’s warm and genuine welcome is a great way to end a good day’s adventuring.

"The Moorings Guesthouse strives to deliver personal, attentive service while matching the very best standards in efficiency and hospitality."
The exterior front view of the Moorings Guesthouse directly across from the harbour
The interior design of a double room in the Moorings Guesthouse

The Coachmans Townhouse Hotel, Co. Kerry

The Jones family have been welcoming visitors to The Coachmans Townhouse Hotel for generations. Excellent location on Henry St, in the heart of day and nightlife where speciaity shops and award winning restaurants are plentiful. The Coachmans Bar is noted for its Irish Whiskey collection and is part of the Wild Atlantic Way whiskey trail. High class quality Irish music can be enjoyed during dinner in a casual setting.

"We feel honoured and privileged to be in such a fortunate position where we can help create wonderful memories for our guests."
The bar and restaurant of The Coachmans with traditional Irish instruments on show
The interior design of a double room in The Coachmans

Gougane Barra Hotel, Co. Cork

Gougane Barra Hotel is fifth generation family run hotel on the edge of Gougane Barra Lake run by Neil And Katy Lucey. They are tucked away in the mountains in a hidden and romantic glaciated valley in the South West of Ireland. The rooms either look out on the stunning lake or give great mountain views. The hotel is surrounded by forest with walking trails beginning at the front door.

"We like what we do and aim to look after you as best as we can, be welcome to make our home yours in Gougane Barra"
View of Gougane Barra Hotel and the chapel on the side of the lake with the mountains in the background
A stunning view of the Gougane Barra Chapel on the Lake with mountains in the background

West Cork Hotel, Co.Cork

Overlooking the Ilen River, the West Cork Hotel is located on the Wild Atlantic Way and in the heart of Skibbereen. Deeply rooted in the community, it’s the warmth of The West Cork Hotel’s staff, relaxed charm and town centre location that reveal the true heart of this hotel. Established in 1902, The West Cork Hotel was owned and operated by the Murphy family for 104 years. In 2006, it was acquired by Skibbereen residents Tim and Marian Looney who pledged to continue the hotel’s ethos of old fashioned hospitality and value.

The exterior of the West Cork Hotel
The interior of the restaurant in the West Cork Hotel
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7 Day Ireland Adventure Tour Intro & Highlights

This is a compact Ireland adventure tour featuring highlights from the famous Wild Atlantic Way, along with some special Irish hidden gems.

  • Explore dramatic coastal scenery, – not least the majestic Cliffs of Moher.
  • Spend quality time in Kerry, with 2 fun nights in Dingle.
  • Exciting adventure options like a guided bike tour of Killarney National Park or sea kayaking in Dingle Bay.
  • Hop on a boat tour around the spectacular Skellig Islands.
  • See Ireland highlights, like Blarney Castle and the Rock Of Cashel.


Uragh Stone Circle by Angie Stocklin
Explore Irish history and culture at amazing hidden gems like the Uragh Stone Circle
Vagatron in Kerry the Kingdom
Stunning Kerry view with Vagabond Tours

Day 1: Visit the Stunning Cliffs of Moher

Begin your cultural adventure from Dublin heading to Clare via Galway.

  • From Dublin we aim for ‘the city of the tribes’ – Galway; it’s atmospheric, it’s buzzy and it’s full of tasty food options.
  • We'll have a perfect photo opportunity at coastal Dunguaire Castle, just outside the idyllic village of Kinvara.
  • Visit the world famous Cliffs of Moher, marvelling at the stunning views and taking a few selfies to prove to the folks back home that you were really here!
  • Marvel at dry stone wall and ancient dolmens in the Burren National Park.
  • Accommodation tonight is at Spanish Point House.

The average driving time today is 4 hours.

Vagabond tour group behind a dry stone wall with a VagaTron tour vehicle behind
All aboard your 4x4 VagaTron tour vehicle!
Two young female guests pose at the Cliffs of Moher
See the world famous Cliffs of Moher

Day 2: Dingle Peninsula Hike, with Optional Surf Session

Beautiful coastal views await as we descend the Wild Atlantic Way southward from Clare into‘The Kingdom’ of Kerry.

  • Hike the steep, glaciated valley of Annascaul.
  • Option for a surf session on one of Ireland's most gorgeous beaches (Tour Option - €40 per person).
  • Hear the extraordinary tale of explorer Tom Crean at the South Pole Inn.
  • Roll into the bustling town of Dingle - just in time for a creamy pint of Guinness!
  • Your accommodation tonight and tomorrow will be at either the Dingle Skellig or Dingle Bay Hotel.

The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes.

Group hiking in Annascaul valley on the Dingle peninsual
Hike the steep, glaciated valley of Annascaul
Brightly painted blue exterior of Murphy's ice cream parlour in Dingle, Ireland
Roll into the bustling town of Dingle

Day 3: Explore Dingle & Sea Kayaking Experience

Get ready! Today you'll experience the best sights and activites on the Dingle peninsula in Kerry.

The average driving time today is 1 hour 30 minutes.

Group of Vagabond guests waving their paddles while sitting in kayaks on a slipway
Go dolphin spotting by sea kayak or boat
Five happy Vagabond tour guests toast the camera with pints of stout in a pub in Ireland - cheers!
Experience the lively pubs of Dingle

Day 4: Bike Tour & Go Offroad in the Ring of Kerry

Travel some of Ireland's famous Ring Of Kerry today.

  • Guided cycling tour of spectacular Killarney National Park (Tour Option - €30 per person).
  • See elegant Muckross House and Gardens.
  • Go offroad in your 4x4 VagaTron tour vehicle to a secret panoramic viewpoint above the Ring of Kerry.
  • Capture crystal clear views of the Milky Way in Kerry's International Dark Sky Reserve.
  • Your well-earned rest and dinner tonight is in the comfort of The Moorings Guesthouse in Portmagee.

The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes.

Vagabond group waving at a scenic location
Go offroad in your 4x4 VagaTron tour vehicle
Happy Vagabond tour guests wearing cycling helmets and jumping in Ireland
Guided cycling tour of spectacular Killarney National Park

Day 5: Explore Skellig Michael or Valentia Island

Today is a day of options. Explore the Skellig Islands or hike Valentia Island, both located off the Ring of Kerry.

  • Have your sea legs? Weather behaving? Take a boat trip around the natural wonders of the Skellig Islands (Tour Option - €40 per person).
  • Alternatively, hike Valentia Island for stunning Atlantic ocean views.
  • Discover 370 million year old animal tracks on Valentia Island.
  • Catch authentic traditional Irish music and outstanding local food in lively Kenmare.
  • Your accommodation is at the comfortable Coachmans Townhouse in the centre of town.

The average driving time today is 2 hours.

A man on the Skellig Island cruise looking from the boat at Skellig Michael
Boat trip around the Skellig Islands
Three Vagabond passengers jump for joy on Bray Head in Kerry
Hike Valentia Island for stunning Atlantic ocean views

Day 6: Go Wild on the Beara Peninsula

This morning, we head out onto the Beara,a wild peninsula that straddles Cork and Kerry.

  • Explore the mysteries an ancient stone circle at Uragh.
  • Superb scenery and offroading on the wild Beara peninsula.
  • Gaze down over the scenic Healy Pass – Ireland's twistiest mountain road. Just remember to bring your camera!
  • Hike Bullig Bay for views of Bere Island and picnic opportunities at Dunboy Castle.
  • Accommodation and dinner tonight is at the family-owned Gougane Barra Hotel, or the West Cork Hotel.

The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes.

View over Allihies on the Beara Peninsula from the Copper Mines
Superb scenery and offroading on the wild Beara peninsula
VagaTron tour vehicle on the scenic Healy Pass
Wind up the scenic Healy Pass, Ireland's bendiest road

Day 7: Tour Blarney Castle & the Rock of Cashel

Turning homeward, your tour will visit Cork and Tipperary before returning to Dublin.

  • Discover pure tranquility on a hike through Gougane Barra Forest Park.
  • Kiss the Blarney Stone amidst the lush surroundings of Blarney Castle Gardens.
  • Self-guided tour of the monastic site at Rock of Cashel.
  • Disembark your Vagatron back at the Grand Canal Hotel in Dublin between 5-6pm.

The average driving time today is 4 hours and 30 minutes.

Gougane Barra Valley lake reflection
Hike the beautiful, forested valley of Gougane Barra
An aerial shot of the Rock of CCashel
Imagine saints and scholars at the epic Rock of Cashel
Lots of Space! Limited Spaces (4 or Less) Sorry, Fully Booked!
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*Price displayed is the discounted price for Mar, Apr and Oct.

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A €100 deposit per person is all we need to secure your tour online. All our departure dates are guaranteed.

All tours are charged in EURO. Single Supplements apply to Single Room Occupancy.

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