Private 6 Day All Ireland

Private 6 Day All Ireland

Tour from Dublin

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Tours are priced individually according to the route, group size, distances & hours required, date(s) in question, start & end locations, overnight locations (where applicable) and remaining supply at time of booking.

A Short Introduction To Your Journey

Experience all that our Emerald Isle has to offer in just under a week with this exclusive, private all-Ireland tour. With the services of an expert driver/guide and private tour vehicle, your journey will take you on a comprehensive tour of Ireland ‘s north and south – taking in much loved attractions such as the Cliffs of Moher, the Giant’s Causeway and the Blarney stone.

Evenings are spent at leisure in a selection of Ireland's most charming towns and cities. With overnight stays in Killarney, Galway city and historic Belfast among others – you’ll be sure to experience the best in culture, music, dining and nightlife that Ireland has to offer. Your guide will be happy to provide you with the best of recommendations along each step of the way.

What to expect:

Day 1: Dublin – Monasterboice - Titanic Belfast - Black Taxi (optional) – overnight Belfast
Day 2: start Belfast – Antrim coast – Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge* or Dunluce Castle – Giant’s Causeway – overnight Derry
Day 3: Derry (optional walking tour) – Road trip (drive) through Co. Sligo – Galway – overnight Galway
Day 4: start Galway – Burren Region – Cliffs of Moher – Doolin (lunch) - Bunratty Castle (photos) - overnight Killarney
Day 5: start Killarney – Dingle Peninsula – overnight Dingle Village
Day 6: Dingle - Blarney Castle (Co. Cork) – Rock of Dunamase – Dublin (ends)

  • Enjoy the comfort of your own private vehicle and services of an expert driver-guide.
  • Explore the vibrant city of Belfast, experiencing enchanting monastic ruins en route.
  • Highlights of Belfast City - including the award-winning 'Black Taxi Tour' and Titanic Experience. 
  • Scenic drive through 'Game of Thrones' country, en route to the UNESCO Heritage Site - the Giants Causeway. 
  • Time to explore the historic walls of the city of Derry/Londonderry (the most ancient in Europe, which remain intact today) - enjoy an informative walking tour and learn about the city's tough political history. 
  • Coastal drive through Co. Sligo, home of W.B Yeats. 
  • Plenty of time to explore the cultural hive that is Galway city - enjoy live Irish music and fresh Atlantic seafood. 
  • Discover the unique Burren region, before visiting the awe inspiring Cliffs of Moher. 
  • Take in scenic Killarney, the breathtaking Dingle Peninsula and learn a few words of the local Gaelic tongue during your overnight stay in this enchanting region. 
  • Visit Blarney castle and Gardens (and kiss the famous Blarney Stone..) 
  • Visit the Rock of Castle Dunamase, set amidst the lush 'Golden Vale' landscape. 
  • Relaxing return drive to Dublin.
  • Dublin-based expert advice
  • Collection from your hotel
  • Private Mercedes-Benz Tour Vehicle
  • Private Chauffeur Guide
  • Private 4G Wifi Connection in Tour Vehicle
  • Entrance fees (as specified at time of booking)
  • Fuel, Road Tolls and Associated Taxes
  • Dropoff at your hotel
  • Driver's overnight and meal expenses
  • Driver's Gratuity
  • Food, Drink or Refreshments
  • Guest Accommodation
  • Day 1: Dublin – Belfast city – overnight Belfast city

    Meet your dedicated driver guide this morning with a collection from your hotel. We kick off the tour heading north of Dublin towards the historic city of Belfast. A brief stop en route at the ancient monastic settlement of Monasterboice allows for wonderful photo opportunities of ancient Celtic stone structures. Next stop is Belfast city – where you can explore the world famous Titanic quarter (be sure not to miss the award-winning ‘Titanic Experience’!). Downtown Belfast is home to attractions such as the Albert Clock and the historic city hall – both of which you will have ample time to enjoy. Round off your day in Belfast’s vibrant University quarter –where endless dining and nightlife options await. Overnight in Belfast city.

  • Day 2: Belfast – Antrim coast – Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge* or Dunluce Castle – Giant’s Causeway – overnight Derry

    Day two of your tour begins with a picturesque drive along the Glens of Antrim, (location of ‘Game of Thrones’). Along the coast, enjoy the opportunity to cross the Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge – taking in unforgettable cliff and coastal views. The UNESCO Heritage site and Irish natural treasure that is the Giants Causeway is our next stop. Learn how this unique geological area was formed as a result of volcanic activity and explore the ancient Irish legends, which surround the area. Today’s journey continues on to the ruins of Dunluce Castle and the charming town of Bushmills, before wrapping up in the ‘walled city’ of Derry. Your overnight stay will be here in Derry and we highly encourage you to pay a visit to Peadar O Donnell’s musical pub where you can enjoy some live Irish music over a pint or two.

    NB: Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge can only be visited by groups of 5 passengers or less travelling in a vehicle not larger than an MPV. This is due to restrictions put in place by the local government as they pivot the attraction from being a visitor attraction to a place of conservation.

  • Day 3: Derry – Drive through the north- west (Co. Sligo) – Galway – overnight Galway

    After breakfast, either embark on a comprehensive walking tour of Derry or head straight for Galway.

    NB: Please specify if you would like a private walking tour of Derry at time of booking - advance arrangement is required for this optional extra and availability is limited (approximate pricing is GBP 135.00 total for 2 hours based on 1-6 guests). The city’s tough political history (location of the 1972 ‘Bloody Sunday’ massacre) will be outlined to you on the walking tour as you stroll within the city’s ancient walls (the oldest in Europe which remain intact).

    Depart Derry and enjoy a relaxing drive through Co. Sligo, perhaps pausing in the coastal resort town of Strandhill for refreshments.

    Prepare to let your hair down as you arrive into Galway City. If you departed Derry relatively early this morning you'll arrive in time to enjoy the afternoon at leisure and maybe shop for Aran Sweaters or Claddagh Rings!

    This evening sample world-class dining or relax over cozy pub grub. Afterwards, maybe hit the town, enjoying Guinness and oysters and signing along to ‘Galway Girl’ in one of the many bustling pubs!

  • Day 4: Galway – Burren Region – Cliffs of Moher – overnight Killarney

    This morning prepare yourself for one of the world’s most beautiful drives – cruising south of Galway along the rugged ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ (one of Europe’s top 10 coastal drives – ‘National Geographic’). Stopping off at the Lunar landscape better known as ‘The Burren’, you can enjoy the chance to experience the only location in the world in which floral species of Alpine, Arctic and Mediterranean origin grow side-by-side. The stunning Cliffs of Moher is the highlight of the day – where you can experience incredible views from 700ft above the Atlantic Ocean, the Blasket Islands and Galway bay in the distance. Our journey continues with a short photo stop at the enchanting Bunratty Castle, before continuing on to Killarney for tonight’s overnight stay.

  • Day 5: Killarney – Dingle Peninsula – overnight Dingle Village

    Begin the day with a visit to the small fishing village of Dingle, which remains one of Ireland’s few Gaelic-speaking regions. Enjoy some free time here to connect with the friendly locals and enjoy a traditional lunch. The afternoon has in store some beautiful Atlantic views, as we take a tour around Slea Head, location of the battle between the Spanish Armada and English Imperial Navy in the year 1588. Sample the local dishes and beers in this traditional atmosphere, before retiring for your overnight stay in Dingle on the Dingle Peninsula.

  • Day 6: Dingle Peninsula – Blarney Castle (Co. Cork) – Rock of Dunamase – Dublin (ends)

    Day 6 continues onwards towards Co. Cork, home of the famous Blarney. This enchanting Castle delights guests from around the world with its eloquent rooms, dungeons and beautiful gardens. Of course, you must conclude your visit to Blarney by kissing the famous ‘Blarney Stone’ – which is rumored to give you the ‘gift of the gab’ (the unique Irish tendency for far-fetched storytelling!) Break the journey with time for a delicious local lunch – after which you will continue onwards towards the Rock of Castle Dunamase, set amidst Ireland lush ‘Golden Vale’ landscape. Your tour ends in Dublin / Dublin Airport this afternoon / evening.

Private Tours typically range from EUR 695.00 – EUR 1,895.00+ per vehicle per day including a driver- guide (& his overnight expenses), fuel, road tolls and associated taxes. Guest accommodation & entrance fees are not included in the above guideline to facilitate guest flexibility.

Tours are priced individually according to the route, group size, distances & hours required, date(s) in question, start & end locations, overnight locations (where applicable) and remaining supply at time of booking.
Update: 1st May 2024

Ireland is currently at full employment. Many drivers exited the hospitality industry during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic (as hospitality was shut for two years) and there is currently a relative shortage of the very best talent.

With pandemic restrictions now in the rear view mirror, and with the United States Dollar at its strongest level vs the Euro in 20 years, we are currently experiencing a sharp increase in demand from our principal markets in the US, UK, EU and Arabian Gulf for Spring / Summer 2024. As our availability sells out, rates will rise as demand outstrips remaining supply.

Accordingly, we encourage guests to secure preferred dates for the coming season as early as possible.

May 2024 (Peak Season)
Limited remaining availability. Certain dates now waitlist only due to presence of several of the world's largest cruise ships at the major ports.

June 2024 (High- Peak Season)
June is now selling steadily. Certain dates close to fully booked due to presence of several of the world's largest cruise ships at Dublin, Cork and Belfast. Rates quoted now will rise by approximately 20% as demand surpasses supply approaching departure. Rates can be fixed by deposit.

July 2024 (High- Peak Season)
July is now selling steadily. Certain dates close to fully booked due to presence of several of the world's largest cruise ships at Dublin, Cork and Belfast. Rates quoted now will rise by approximately 20- 25% as demand surpasses supply approaching departure. Rates can be fixed by deposit.

August 2024 (High- Peak Season)
August is now selling steadily. Certain dates close to fully booked due to presence of several of the world's largest cruise ships at Dublin, Cork and Belfast. Rates quoted now will rise by approximately 20- 25% as demand surpasses supply approaching departure. Rates can be fixed by deposit.

September 2024 (Peak Season)
Good availability for most dates. Rates quoted now will rise by approximately 25% as demand surpasses supply approaching departure. Rates can be fixed by deposit.

October 2024 (Shoulder Season)
Good availability for all dates. Rates quoted now will rise by approximately 25% as demand surpasses supply approaching departure. Rates can be fixed by deposit.

November 2024 (Low Season)
Good availability for all dates. Rates quoted now will rise by approximately 25% as demand surpasses supply approaching departure. Rates can be fixed by deposit.

December 2024 (Low Season)
Good availability for all dates. 25th December extremely limited availability. Traditionally there is a pronounced shortage of suitable drivers between 23rd December and 4th January.

January 2025 (Low Season)
Good availability for all dates. Reservation at least 72 hours before travel recommended to guarantee service.

February 2025 (Low Season)
Good availability for all dates. Advance booking required for weekends during Six Nations Rugby Championship. Reservation at least 72 hours before travel recommended to guarantee service.

March 2025 (Peak Season)
Good availability for all dates. Advance booking required for weekends during Six Nations Rugby Championship and St. Patrick's Week 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th. Early bird rates can be secured by deposit.

April 2024 (Shoulder Season)
Good availability for all dates. Rates quoted now will rise by approximately 25% as demand surpasses supply approaching departure. Rates can be fixed by deposit.

Ticket

You will receive your ticket (featuring your booking number) via email immediately at time of booking. There is no need to print the ticket. If you wish, you can simply show it on your phone or tablet.

Guest accommodation is not included. However, we can recommend excellent accommodation options to meet with your style and budget expectations should you become a private client.