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Irish Border Crossings – Part 1

Irish Border Crossings – Part 1

Ireland, although a small country, has two jurisdictions. The Republic of Ireland is an independent country since 1922. However, a portion of the island, known as Northern Ireland, is one of the four constituent countries of the United Kingdom. There is therefore a...

Doolough Valley, Co. Mayo

Doolough Valley, Co. Mayo

The Doolough Valley, located in south Co. Mayo, is a hauntingly beautiful area and one of Ireland’s best kept secrets. Very much located off the traditional tourist routes, the area is rarely traversed by those large 53 seat buses regularly found on Irish roads. For...

Clifden and Connemara

Clifden and Connemara

Clifden and Connemara, situated west of Galway City, is a part of County Galway many visitors to this part of Ireland do not see. When speaking to international visitors, and on mentioning Galway, many tend to assume that Galway City is the dominating ‘must see’...

Beaches of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way

Beaches of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way

Ireland has many qualities to offer the discerning visitor, but it has never claimed to be a destination for sun worshipers. Notwithstanding tales of having four seasons in one day, in reality Ireland actually has a mild climate many countries would die for. The...

Dingle and Slea Head

Dingle and Slea Head

Dingle and the Slea Head Drive, a magical part of Ireland ripe for exploring, is situated at the western end of the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry. This area forms part of the Wild Atlantic Way and is located arguably in Ireland’s most visited area, the South West...

Private Tours from Kenmare, Co. Kerry.

Private Tours from Kenmare, Co. Kerry.

Kenmare, Co. Kerry, a small town of 2,200 souls set in stunning scenery in south Kerry has been a ‘go to’ location for visitors for many years. The town itself is located at the mouth of Kenmare Bay (Atlantic Ocean) and is surrounded by several mountain ranges,...

A Guide For The Smart Traveler Who Wants The Most From A Visit To Ireland

“We have to thank Barry for the wonderful days we spent with him as our guide. It was a lot of fun to see all of the sites in and around Dingle, the Ring of Kerry, and the Cliffs of Mohr but Barry’s descriptions and discussions of the history made them so much more meaningful. Barry worried he was giving us too much information and history; we so enjoyed his explanations and worried we wouldn’t get enough!
Barry is an incredibly nice, kind person…a great guy whom we are now very happy to know. He is an excellent driver and very professional and has a terrific way of explaining not only the what but also the why. We will certainly ask Barry to tour with us again on our next visit to Ireland. In the meantime, we will have many fond memories of our days touring with Barry.”

WL NYC

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