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11South 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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11The 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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11The Skellig Islands
Ireland is one of the best countries in the world for people who like to travel off the beaten path. We don’t have Mount Everest and we don’t have the Amazon rainforest, but Ireland does have an incredible array of wild spaces that are perfect for tourists looking for adventure. Ireland more than deserves its...
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11Giant's Causeway
Jump on board and join the Ultimate Ireland Tour! Leave no stone uncovered from the North to South of our beautiful country. At Overland Ireland, we cover everything you need to see in Ireland over 10 wonderful days on a small group tour. With your new friends, you will discover our favourite places and experience...
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11Rainbow
Ireland is most popular in the summer and it occurred to all of us here at Overland Ireland that we’ve never written a guide dedicated specifically to our beautiful Emerald Isle during its warmest, busiest month. We’ll hopefully help you learn more about Ireland and perhaps inspire a few readers to start planning their next...
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11Hike
If you’re thinking of visiting Ireland soon, there are some things you should know before you come over that will make your trip all the more enjoyable. Some of these are just fair warning so you’re not caught off guard. Others are cultural norms that will help you to fit in with the locals better...
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11Ashford Castle
If you blink on your Irish road-trip you might miss a castle! We have a staggering 30,000 castles dotted throughout the country between ruins, renovations, family homes, and luxury estates. Guests can enjoy castle visits, overnight stays and gourmet experiences. You may even stumble upon a castle ruin l, creating an unexpected highlight on your...
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11Road
Did someone say Road-Trip? That makes our imagination and excitement levels go wild! Nothing is impossible when you hit the open road on the Wild Atlantic Way or the passageway of the Ancient East! Discovering the highroads and byroads along Ireland’s coastline is a journey you will never forget! A self-drive trip in Ireland is...
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Vacations are precious. Especially annual family vacations. It can be a challenge to please everyone, so we have some top tips, recommendations, and essentials to help you organise the trip of a lifetime to suit everyone — from Granny to the tiny Ttots. Overland Ireland has created this helpful guide to help you plan your...
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11Overland’s Guide To Hiking In Ireland
Ireland: The Greatest Outdoor Playground in the World Hike, Explore, Sleep, Repeat…at Overland Ireland, we are massive fans of getting outdoors. That’s why we love helping you plan the perfect Ireland hiking tour! When did we all get so fit and into the great outdoors? We have found at Overland Ireland that more and more...
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