Self-Drive Tours of Ireland
Don’t like having to stick to a schedule? Want to take things at your own pace? Then our Self-Drive Tours of Ireland are just perfect for you! All
- have a dedicated travel advisor
- a personalized and flexible itinerary to suit all budgets
- cover a wide range of interests, allowing you to take in Ireland's major tourist attractions
- offer the freedom to veer off the beaten track and discover some of Ireland’s hidden gems for yourself
- have a wide range of accommodation types available to book, from castles to Bed & Breakfasts and everything else in between
- additional extras can be booked from attractions to dinners and shows
- all Self-Drive Tours come with an Automatic Car as standard
You can either choose one of the Self Drive Tours listed here on our website or create your very own tour of the Emerald Isle. All of our tours are completely flexible and customizable!
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The Gathering Tour Self-Drive Tour 8 Days
Gathering your best of Ireland
Starting from $1,010 pps
Romantic Ireland Self-Drive Tour 8 Days
Fall in love with the Emerald Isle and enjoy a whirlwind romance.
Starting from $842 pps
Tour Northern Ireland Self-Drive Tour 8 Days
Discover the best of the north and Titanic's heritage.
Starting from $947 pps
Many thanks to you for a wonderful trip to Ireland. It is a trip we will never forget.
The self-drive tour was perfect for us. We really got to use our five senses to experience Ireland. We were free to get up when we wanted, eat when we wanted and stop when we wanted. It was perfect.
We had three main goals while planning this trip: see as many of the sights as possible, visit as many small pubs as possible, and eat as much seafood as possible. We did not fully accomplish these goals. I guess we must return!
We did see many of the main attractions and were amazed with the age of the castles, the beauty of the cathedrals, and the overall beauty of the country.
We did get to see and drink in many small pubs. People were always so very friendly and helpful.
And we did eat seafood as much as possible. Friends told us the food was bland and boring in Ireland. Totally untrue. We were not disappointed with any of our meals during our two weeks. Our meals were delicious. The fresh seafood was over the top great. The seafood chowder was the best we ever tasted. Our first experience with the chowder was in Waterford. It was pouring down rain so we stopped in a very small cafe-diner. We ordered the seafood chowder and it was terrific. So creamy and so full of fresh seafood.
Our hotels were very good and the weather for the two weeks was unexpectedly sunny. We had only two half days of rain and unexpected quick showers on a few days. It rained in Waterford and at Giant's Causeway. Actually, it was pouring down rain at the Giant's Causeway. While I was taking pictures, my wife got back on the bus. Not paying attention, I continued to take pictures while she and the bus returned to the Visitor Center. She waved to me while I was slipping off a rock and filling my shoe with water. The weather for the trip was chilly, but the sun was out the vast majority of the time.
Thanks again for all you did to make this a great trip and experience.
Dan & Marti
Dan and Marti Migliorini, Indiana, USA