Travel to Killarney for some free time and a horse-drawn jaunting car ride through Killarney National Park to view Ross Castle.
Enjoy dinner at your hotel and a free evening in Killarney.(B, D)Explore the Dingle Peninsula and embark on a scenic boat trip of Dingle Harbor and Bay to view heathery mountains, sandy beaches, and green landscapes of the Dingle Peninsula.
A British Isles cruise allows you to explore many parts of the region that you otherwise might not see.
The British Isles is made up of over 6,000 islands – and it’s a known fact that the best way to see them all is by water!
May and July are typically the driest months, which makes a great cruise for late spring or mid-summer.Head to Galway for a guided walking tour around the central attractions -- the medieval city walls, Lynch’s Castle, and the narrow streets.Enjoy free time to explore before dinner.(B, D)Drive through Connemara to Leenane for a catamaran cruise of Killary Harbour, Ireland’s only fjord.And let’s not forget about one of Europe’s prettiest harbour towns – St Peter Port in Guernsey.Stroll along the marina and visit the historic Candie Gardens, which houses an amazing collection of art. Sip your cuppa and enjoy a freshly-baked scone as you look out to views of the town and the neighbouring islands – you’ll never want to leave.Don’t forget to whet your whistle with some Scotch whisky!