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AFRICA | ASIA | AUSTRALIA | PACIFIC ISLANDS | THE AMERICAS | UK & EUROPE
Enjoy this scenic journey at a relaxed pace, exploring ancient sites, lakes, mountains, and villages. Meet amazing people, eat incredible food and marvel at the dramatic coastline of dancing light and brooding sea.
Exploring Ireland is easy. In the countryside the roads are excellent, well signposted and largely toll free. Distances between towns are short and driving is on the left hand side of the road, same as in New Zealand.
Day 1: Dublin – Galway (208km)
Galway City is relaxed and ready to party. Buzzing with brightly painted pubs, traditional live music, street performers, delicious seafood and winding lanes. Experience it on a culinary walking tour.
Day 2-3: Connemara Region
Explore the lakes, peat bogs, beaches and mountains of this fascinating region. You’ll see farms with stone walls and isolated thatched cottages on the heather covered hills.
Day 4: Galway – Kilrush – Killarney (195km)
Travel through The Burren, a geological paradise. Continue along the coast of Clare to view the spectacular Cliffs of Moher.
Day 5: Ring of Kerry (179km)
You’ll need a full day to drive this popular scenic ring road once you factor in all the stops for photos! Travel through Killorglin famous for the Puck Fair, Glenbeigh to see panoramic views of the Dingle Peninsula, branch off the main Ring of Kerry and drive the Skellig Ring before rejoining the main road and returning to Killarney.
Day 6: Dingle Peninsula – Limerick (150km)
See ring forts, high crosses and other ancient monuments, ensure you stop in Dingle for delicious seafood and unique pubs.
Day 7: Limerick – Dublin (194km)
Visit Birr Castle Demesne on your way back to Dublin.
Customise this itinerary to travel at your own pace.