Private Multi-Day Tours
Private Guided Tour for 1 to 16 people
Tour Duration from 2 to 6 days
Take a look at a map of Ireland, choose your top destinations, and contact us to arrange your perfect private multi-day tour. If you’re looking for inspiration, here are some options you can mix and match to create your ideal trip.
Option 1: Cliffs of Moher
This day trip takes in the Viking city of Limerick with the impressive King John’s Castle, before heading off across the eerily beautiful limestone slabs of the Burren. You’ll soak up the atmosphere of Doolin—Clare’s traditional music capital—before witnessing the spectacular natural wonder of the Cliffs of Moher. You can also imagine yourself among the medieval nobility that lived in Bunratty Castle and see how rural Irish people lived in the 19th century in the attached folk park.
Option 2: Ring of Kerry
Immerse yourself in 10,000 acres of spectacular national parkland as we drive past the stunning lakes, rivers, woods and mountains of Killarney. We can take in the Victorian grandeur of Muckross House & Gardens, the unleashed natural power of Torc Waterfall, and the panoramas of Molls Gap and Ladies View. As we loop the coast of the Iveragh peninsula, we’ll travel through the charming towns of Killorglin, Cahersiveen, Waterville, and Sneem. Expect spectacular sea views, good food, and great banter long the way.
Option 3: Dingle Peninsula
Enjoy the rugged side of Kerry with a taste of Dingle’s craggy beauty and magical atmosphere. We explore the history and heritage of the peninsula with monastic beehive huts, ancient churches, and pre-Christian monuments dotted across the stunning landscape. Enjoy delicious food and drink in Dingle town and witness some of the most spectacular seascapes in the world as we round Slea Head, the most westerly point in Europe.
Option 4: Cork City, Blarney castle and Cobh
Get a flavour of this independent city as we visit the “People’s Republic of Cork.” See how the traditional Cork spirit blends with multicultural influences to create a modern city that is proud of its heritage and culture. Wander through the stalls of the lively English Market and listen to the bells of St. Finbarr’s Cathedral
From here we could call to Blarney castle famous for the “Blarney stone” said to give you the gift of the gab locally, you’ll never be stuck for a word again or at least 7 years, also home to the McCarthy family “Cormac McCarthy” head of the family famous for his roll in Brave heart.
From here to Cobh known as Queenstown prior to 1922, and where the Titanic set sail from to meet its waterloo, and of course a hugh immigration point during the famine and revolutionary days in Ireland it is estimated two and a half million people left from here for the USA
Option 5: Glendalough & Wicklow Mountains
It’s not all about the southwest of Ireland with Munster Bus: One of the most beautiful corners of Ireland is tucked into the eastern side of the country. A perfect example of the wild, romantic scenery that draws visitors to Ireland in the first place, Glendalough is a serenely stunning monastic site in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains. The remains of a 10th-century monastery founded by St. Kevin lie beside two enigmatic lakes set in a deep, forest-covered valley. Your Munster Bus tour takes in Wicklow’s top beauty spots, so make sure to bring a camera.
Option 6: Connemara & Cong
Experience the magic of the west of Ireland with a tour of Galway and Mayo’s rugged beauty spots. You’ll be immersed in the history and heritage of this atmospheric corner of the world as we take you through the unforgettable wilds of Connemara as it skirts the Atlantic Ocean. Feel the real Ireland in places like the Inagh Valley, Maam Cross, and Oughterard and enjoy spectacular views of Lough Corrib, the Republic of Irelands biggest lake. Then there’s Cong, home to Ashford Castle and location for the 1950s movie classic The Quiet Man. We’ll show you that classic mix of ancient and modern, traditional and natural that makes a the west of Ireland so unique.
Option 7: Dublin City & Newgrange
Enjoy the charm and bustle of downtown Dublin, a city that combines medieval mystery, traditional warmth, and cosmopolitan modernity to create a unique culture. From elegant Georgian buildings and wonderful (free) museums and art galleries to leafy parks, superb food, and great pubs, you won’t be short of things to do in Dublin. From Dublin, we can take you to the UNESCO World Heritage site at Newgrange, a Neolithic burial chamber that was built before the pyramids. The burial chamber here is a mysterious place where the sunlight reaches the far wall only on the morning of the winter solstice each December. Newgrange is part of a fascinating complex containing the Hill of Tara, seat of the ancient high kings of Ireland.