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packed suitcase for vacation
Ireland is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, with people visiting from all over the world. Unless you’re visiting from the UK or somewhere else nearby, you probably won’t know how to pack for our weather and the kinds of experiences on offer here. With this short guide, we hope to answer...
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Overland Ireland surfing adventures
Sometimes people are surprised to find that surfing is so popular in Ireland! This has always shocked the team here at Overland Ireland because the Emerald Isle has such a rich history of the sport. We’ve had a surfing culture since the “Bray Island Surf Club” was founded in 1964. However, the first-ever instance of...
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kayaking with dolphins in Dingle Bay
The Emerald Isle isn’t just a place of beautiful landscapes and incredible culture. It’s also a haven for thrill-seekers and adrenaline junkies; with its rugged terrain, sloping hills, and rolling waves. Ireland is the perfect place for climbing, kayaking, surfing, and so much more! At Overland Ireland, we love to show off the best spots...
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Ring of Kerry vista
Looking for a concise list of all the must-see sights when visiting Ireland? Well, Overland Ireland has you covered. This list of sights and highlights is here to help as many people as possible, whether you book a trip with Overland Ireland or not.  But if we impress you in this guide and you’d like...
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Gap of Dunloe Killarney Ireland
Here at Overland Ireland, we try our best to ensure all our guests on tour  have an unforgettable time in Ireland. We love our Emerald Isle and we know you will too — so long as you know where all the best stuff is! That’s where we come in.  We’ve recently written guides to 10...
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We’ve already shared our guide to the Best Hikes On The Emerald Isle, but how about a concise guide to a few incredible walks for those of you starting off your hiking career or if you just fancy a super scenic stroll!  Perhaps you just want to slow things down and really enjoy your visit...
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Ireland seafood
We know it’s an incredibly bold claim to say that Ireland is the ultimate destination for pescatarians. But everyone at Overland Ireland has defined ourselves by being bold and by appealing to travellers with boldness in their hearts. We are passionate about Ireland’s seafood offerings and we want to champion what we believe to be...
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Slieve League
Exploring Ireland means so much more than flying into Dublin, grabbing a pint, kissing the Blarney Stone, and going home. Ireland is a land of jaw-dropping beauty, shimmering seas on all sides, and astounding diversity for its small scale. There are countless Irish attractions that are world-famous and draw tourists from around the globe. But...
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South steps of Skellig Michael
The remote Skellig Islands are located off Ireland’s southwest coast in the Atlantic Ocean and consist of two craggy islands. Little Skellig is the smaller of the two and is an important home to seabird colonies. Though home to early Christian monks from the 9th to the 13th centuries, the larger island of Skellig Michael...
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The Ring of Kerry
The Ring of Kerry is one of the most famous touring routes in Ireland, with thousands of visitors each year. The entire 179km route draws a wobbly circle around the Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry, in the south-west corner of Ireland, and it became a popular tourism route with locals as well as tourists when...
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