7 Day Wild Atlantic Adventure

Adventure Tour

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    Irish Experience Tours

    Our local guides are a team of creators, connectors, and storytellers on a constant journey to discover the stories that our country has to tell you. In developing our experiences, we strive to make them amazing for travelers and locals alike, giving back to the communities visited.

    • 7 Days
    • Adventure Tour
    • Ireland

    Head west on our most immersive Southern Ireland adventure holiday yet! Spend seven days on an unforgettable adventure holiday in Ireland, exploring the Wild Atlantic Way rugged coastline and learning about the old Gaelic Ireland’s fascinating culture.

    Combine Connemara, Clare and Kerry’s wild outdoors with the warmth of famous Irish hospitality. Hike the Cliffs of Moher, discover the beaches of The Aran Islands, explore Killarney National Park by bike and cross the ocean to the Skellig Islands. This tour is ideal for travellers keen to experience the island’s wilder side. 

    Our tours include everything you need for a stress – free trip: accommodation, transport, Irish tour guide, breakfast, and a few key cultural inclusions that are simply not to be missed.

    Departure Location

    8.30 am Jurys Inn, Moore St Plaza, Parnell St, Store Street, Dublin, Ireland

    Travel Essentials

    Sturdy walking shoes (ankle high), swimming gear, hat and sunscreen, rain jacket/trousers, warm fleece, hat and gloves, towel, motion sickness tablets, water bottle, towel and toiletries, warm clothing and waterproof jacket, insect repellent, camera.


    • Enjoy a sheepdog demo on a working Irish sheep farm.
    • Take a boat trip around the amazing Skellig Islands.
    • Hike every day, including trails on the Cliffs of Moher, Dingle Peninsula and Connemara.
    • Experience the Gaelic speaking island of Inis Mor by bike, bus or pony & trap
    • Photo the impressive Kylemore Abbey & exhilarating climb to the summit of Diamond Hill.
    • Discover Irish crafts and “the craic” in Dingle, a harbour town of great charm and superb traditional pubs.
    • Walk in the cobbled streets of Galway and soak up its lively atmosphere
    • Spend 2 nights exploring Dingle, one of Ireland’s best towns to visit
    • Explore the ancient woodlands of Killarney National Park by bike with a local guide
    • Experience must-see Wild Atlantic Way sights like the Cliffs of Moher.
    • Go dolphin-spotting in Dingle Bay by sea kayak or boat.
    • Catch fantastic live Irish music performances and meet friendly locals.
    • Return to Dublin by train, through the lush rolling hills of Irelands Hidden Heartlands.

    Price Includes

    Irish Experience Tours are small group tours based on a fixed but flexible itinerary where you stay with the same guide and group of travellers.

    Unmissable activities are included. Where there are great options, we’ve left the final decision up to you. Feel free to choose your evening meals and lunches. All additional tour options are marked clearly below.

    • 2 Nights Accommodation in Connemara & Dingle
    • 1 Nights Accommodation in Killarney & Doolin
    • Entrance fee to Cliffs of Moher
    • Services of a highly-trained and professional Irish Experience tour guide
    • Spectacular sheepdog demonstration
    • 6 delicious and filling hot Irish breakfasts (B&B option)
    • Shannon Ferry Tickets
    • 7 full days in a smooth comfortable minibus
    • Experience traditional Irish music sessions in local cosy pubs
    • Connemara National Park
    • Ferry cruise to Aran Islands
    • Hike every day, including trails on the Dingle Peninsula, Cliffs Of Moher and The Connemara Region
    • Free time in Dingle, Doolin & Connemara
    • Most daily activities and visits

    Flexible Tour Options

    All details of prices and suppliers listed here are correct at time of publication. Our suppliers occasionally increase prices for optional tour activities during the touring season. This is a rare occurrence. In the unlikely event of a major price increase, we will do our utmost to update you.

    • Cycling Tour of Connemara
      Self Guided bike tour of Connemara Region on-road and paths. 3 hrs
    • Sea Kayaking Killary Fjord
      Guided Kayaking trip across Killary Fjord
    • Horse Riding Dingle
      Ride a horse along a beach or up a mountain in Dingle
    • Boat Trip Dingle
      Boat trip across Dingle Bay to meet Fungie the Dolphin.
    • SUP – Stand Up Paddle Boarding
      Guided paddleboard trip across Dingle Bay to meet Fungie the Dolphin.
    • Cycling Tour of Slea Head
      Self Guided bike tour of the famous Slea Head route. 3 hrs
    • Sunset Sea Kayaking Dingle Harbour
      Guided Kayaking trip across Dingle Bay to meet Fungie the Dolphin.


    We’ve chosen high-quality accommodation in a variety of bed and breakfasts, Guesthouses, wilderness lodges and quality hostels.

    Option 1

    Classic – Bed & Breakfast ­& House Hotels

    Enjoy a warm Irish welcome in charming and locally owned Bed & Breakfast & Hotel accommodation.

    Please note: B&B Single Supplement – is mandatory for solo travellers – Solo travellers must pay extra to have their private room.

    B&B – Twin/Double Room Share – is automatically included when 2 travellers book together

    Option 2

    Quality – Hostel ­& Lodge:

    Rest up for the next day’s adventure in atmospheric and centrally located hostel & lodge accommodation. All prices are based on per person sharing. Multi-shared room accommodation is included with your tour.


    Day 1Dublin to Connemara

    Leave the capitaland enjoy the scenic drive to of Ireland’s most beautiful regions, Connemara.
    • Stroll around the tribal city of Galway and take it all in – the busker music, the cobblestone lanes, the contemporary flair that blends well with its medieval past, and of course, the oysters
    • Visit the ruins 6th-century Cong Abbey and stroll around the grounds of Ashford Castle.
    • Explore Connemara & Delphi Valley Region at your leisure. Take a self-guided cycling tour of the region – (Tour Option – €20 per person). Expect a mix of paved country road and forest trails.
      Duration 2/3 hours approx. Cycling ability is required.
    • Biking, not your thing? You’re free to roam this. Highlights of the Delphi Valley for both bikers and hikers may include:
    • Variety of signposted forest walks
    • Ashleigh Falls & Killary Fjord
    • Idyllic lakeside and mountain views
    • Overnight in Connemara

    The average driving time today is 3 hour 30 minutes.

    Day 2Full Day Connemara Region

    We spend another day and night in the wilderness of Connemara, so you don’t need to repack your suitcase. Just relax and enjoy.

    • After breakfast is yours to design. Relax with downtime in Delphi. Or partake of the following options;
    • Biking on country roads or Mountain biking through forest trails (Tour Option – €45 per person)
    • Guided sea kayaking on Killary Fjord (Tour Option – €55 per person)
    • After lunch, and a wee photo stop at Kylemore Abbey, one of Ireland’s most beautiful buildings, it’s then onto Connemara National Park for a hike around Diamond Hill for phenomenal views of Connemara.
    • Discover the picture-postcard beauty of the Inagh Valley & Sky Road.
    • Drop by Clifden, a quaint town at the heart of Connemara.
    • Accommodation tonight is once again in Connemara

    The average driving time today is 2 hours.

    Day 3Inis Mor & Doolin

    Travel back in time as we spend a whole day on the Gaelic speaking island of Inis Mor. Miles of stone walls awaits

    • Enjoy a 40 min boat trip to the island & choose to explore the island by bike (€15 per person) or on pony & trap with a local guide (€30 per person)
    • Discover the most impressive stone fort in Ireland at Dun Aengus.
    • Drop by local market shops for the famous Aran sweaters.
    • Pass by the remaining two Aran Islands en route back to Doolin in County Clare
    • Visit a nice cosy Pub for food and traditional Irish music experience.

    The average driving time today is 2 hours.

    Day 4Cliffs of Moher & Dingle Peninsula

    From the mighty cliffs to the magical kingdom as we move from Clare to Kerry.

    • Hike along until you reach the highest point of the Cliffs of Moher standing 214m (702 feet) above sea level.
    • Watch out for dolphins as we take a ferry across the mighty mouth of the Shannon – the longest river in Ireland or Britain!
    • Enjoy a spectacular sheepdog demonstration on a locally run farm.
    • Drive over Ireland’s highest mountain road, The Conor Pass
    • Roll into bustling Dingle just in time for a creamy pint of Guinness.
    • Overnight in Dingle

    The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes.

    Day 5Full Day Dingle Peninsula

    This morning is yours to design. Relax with downtime in Dingle. Or partake of the following options:

    • Go dolphin spotting by boat in Dingle Bay (Tour Option – €15-20 per person).
    • Sample craft Irish whiskey and gin at Dingle Distillery (Tour Option – €15 per person).
    • Stroll Dingle’s streets for a quirky mix of craft studios, lively pubs, fantastic food, and traditional Irish music.
    • After lunch, jaw-dropping scenery and knife-edge drops are guaranteed on a leisurely drive around Slea Head.

    The average driving time today is 1 hour 30 minutes.

    Day 6Ring of Kerry to Killarney

    Today we’re touring the scenic Ring of Kerry route, circuiting the Iveragh peninsula from Dingle to Killarney

    • Explore 1400 years of history on a boat trip around the Skellig Islands (Tour Option – €40 per person). Seasonal departures: May to September.
    • Get a taste for local Irish culture, history, and ice cream on Valentia Island.
    • Discover Derrynane, historic home (Tour Option – €5 per person) and golden sand beach.
    • Your accommodation is at the ​centrally-located at the edge of Killarney National Park

    The average driving time today is 3 hours.

    Day 7Half day Killarney National Park

    Explore Killarney at your leisure

    • Take a scenic horse-drawn carriage ride around Killarney National Park (Tour Option – €15 per person).
    • See the magical 1,000-year-old yew tree growing at the heart of ruined Muckross Abbey.
    • Catch traditional Irish music and outstanding local food in picturesque Killarney.
    • Scenic, short hike to Torc Waterfall.
    • Admire charming 19th century Muckross House Gardens.
    • Take the train back to Dublin (included in the price)

    The average driving time today is 1 hour.