WANT TO DISCOVER THE REAL WILD ATLANTIC WAY? Well, that is exactly what you will get with our breathtaking 13 day journey through the most spectacular landscapes of Ireland’s wild Atlantic coastline
Jump aboard an adventure of a lifetime as we explore the ecological wonders of the Emerald Isle and learn about Ireland’s fascinating history. We will take you off the beaten track to experience magical landscapes, spectacular adventure experiences, meet the vibrant people of Ireland and unearthing our unique Gaelic culture.
Our journey commences in Dublin and brings us from the wild Atlantic setting of Cork in the south to the Giant’s Causeway in the north. Discover the sheer magnificence of Ireland’s wild coastline from spectacular peninsulas, golden beaches to colorful villages and towns.
Experience adventures such as kayaking on the lakes of Killarney, hiking to the edge of Europe on our discovery of the Ring of Kerry and Dingle, exploring the Cliffs of Moher and the moon like surroundings of the wild Burren on this wondrous discovery of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. With Wild N Happy, you will not just sit on a bus- Your will get to truly experience Ireland.
|START/RETURN POINT||The Ashling Hotel, Parkgate Street, Arran Quay, Dublin 8.|
|DEPARTURE TIME||2PM – Please arrive by 1:30 PM for a prompt departure.|
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The itinerary listed below is for the current season. Given the unpredictable nature of Ireland’s weather, what we do each day might occasionally vary so did you have the best experience possible.
DAY 1 : DISCOVER KILLARNEY
DAY 2: THE RING OF KERRY AND VALENTIA ISLAND
DAY 3: DINGLE & SLEA HEAD
DAY 4: KILLARNEY TO DOOLIN VIA THE CLIFFS OF MOHER
DAY 5: THE WILD BURREN
DAY 6: DISCOVER GALWAY
DAY 7: INIS MOR ISLAND
DAY 8: CONNEMARA NATIONAL PARK AND KYLEMORE ABBEY
DAY 9: DISCOVER WESTPORT
DAY 10:WESTPORT TO DONEGAL TOWN VIA BALLYCROY NATIONAL PARK
Departing Westport, we make our along the northern wild and rugged coastline of Mayo before arriving in Donegal Town, known as the fort of the foreigners.
We will take a stroll along the dramatic wild coastline at Claggan before making our way northwards along the wild Atlantic way towards Ballina, where we will stop to have lunch. That afternoon, we make our way towards Donegal Town via Bundoran where you can take the opportunity to dip your feet into the wild Atlantic Ocean or catch some of the most renowned waves in the world.
Feeling refreshed, that evening you can sampling some of Donegal’s best culinary delights and music traditions.
DAY 11:DONEGAL TOWN TO PORTRUSH VIA GLENVEAGH NATIONAL PARK
Portrush is our end destination today, as we head north exploring the wilds of Donegal with magnificent views of dramatic cliffs which are although less famous than the Cliffs of Moher, can reach almost three times higher, 601 metres (1,972 ft) at Slieve League.
We continue our journey around the dramatic northern tip of Donegal towards Glenveagh National park and Castle. Set in some 16,500 hectares of County Donegal mountains, you have the chance to discover picturesque lakes, wild glens and woods, a large herd of red deer and the 19th Century Glenveagh Castle.
That afternoon, we make our way to Portrush, where you can relax, unwind or simply gaze out at the majestic coastal setting before your eyes.
DAY 12: THE GIANT’S CAUSEWAY AND BELFAST CITY
DAY 13: DISCOVER DUBLIN