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n 2015 NPR released an article discussing how the millennial generation differed from that of their parents and grandparents in one very particular way; a change in taste and palate. The days of sweet and simple seemed to be no more and the reign Prepare to open your mind and your taste buds while travelling along the southern coast of Ireland from Dingle to Dublin. This journey is filled with behind-the-scenes glimpses, sights you’ll never forget, and plenty of knowledge. Don’t wait, come with us on the trip of a lifetime. Sláinte!. Dingle Dingle harbor ... Fungi the dolphin ... optional Kayaking ... welcome dinner and orientation ... tour and tasting of the Dingle Distillery ...Crean’s Brewery ... ! Cork Macroom castle gate house ... Franciscan Well Microbrewery ... Well's brick oven pizza pub on the River Lee ... historic English Market ... optional kissing of the Blarney Stone at Blarney castle ... Jameson Distillery in Middleton ... Ballymaloe famous farm-to-table cookin school ... Dublin Guiness Storehouse ... optional Tullamore Dew and Kilbeggan Distillery visit and Birr Castle lunch ... Irish pubs ... and much more!
Day 1 : FLIGHT TO IRELAND
Board your overnight flight to Shannon today.
Day 2 : ARRIVE IN SHANNON - DINGLE
Welcome to Ireland! Upon arriving at Shannon Airport, transfer to the hotel in Dingle. The afternoon is free for the group to explore the peninsula or relax at the hotel. At night, regroup for a welcome dinner and orientation with your tour director.
Day 3 : DINGLE
Consider a morning kayaking excursion. Paddle around the peninsula and start your trip off with amazing views and some serious relaxation, or enjoy a free morning before we begin a tour and tasting of the Dingle Distillery. Afterwards we head to Crean’s Brewery for a visit. Meet the brewers who create this local Irish lager before sitting down and enjoying a pint. Spend the rest of the evening checking out some of the towns famous sights, insanely gorgeous views, go for an evening hike or even catch a movie at the small family owned Phoenix Cinema.
Optional Excursion: Kayaking around the Dingle peninsula
Day 4 : DINGLE - CORK
Today we head to Cork. On the way, there will be a pit stop for refreshments in Macroom by the famous castle gate house before venturing on to Cork to see the Franciscan Well Microbrewery and to enjoy some lunch at the Well’s brick oven pizza pub situated right on the River Lee. Explore the brewery or head to the English Market, which is one of the oldest and most well-known markets in Ireland. A blend of local organic foods mixed with fares from all over, this market has been around since the 18th century. We continue to our hotel to check in and enjoy a bit of free time before going to dinner in the heart of Cork.
Day 5 : CORK
On this free day in Cork, see what the city has to offer or take a bus down to the fishing town of Kinsale for the day. This century’s old port offers a variety of activities from whale watching and sailing to ghost tours. Don’t miss out on a deliciously fresh seafood dinner if you spend the day in this maritime town. You may want to consider joining an optional excursion to Blarney Castle. Spend the day exploring the grounds, leave a kiss at the Blarney Stone, then visit the heritage town of Cobh.
Optional Excursion: Trip to Blarney Castle & Cobh
Day 6 : CORK - DUBLIN
On the way to your final destination, Dublin, stop to explore the Jameson Distillery in Midleton. Your routecontinues to beautiful Ballymaloe, a famous cooking school in Southern Ireland run by celebrity chef Darina Allen. The farm is accompanied by a full restaurant, shop, and café. We’ll tour the organic gardens of this amazing establishment that practiced ‘farm-to-table’ service before it was cool. Afterwards we’ll enjoy lunch at the farms restaurant before heading to the hotel in Dublin. The rest of the night is open to exploring the city on your own.
Day 7 : DUBLIN
During free time in Dublin today, check out the Guinness Storehouse for a fresh pint or look into a hop-on-hop-off bus tour to see all that Dublin has to offer. Want to learn more about the art of distilling whiskey? Consider joining an optional excursion to the Tullamore Dew and Kilbeggan Distilleries. Tullamore Dew is a resoundingly popular Irish blend, particularly in overseas markets, where it is second only to Jameson, and Kilbeggan is the oldest working distillery in the world; this is an option you won’t want to miss. Those going on the excursion can expect a full day of whiskey filled knowledge with a pit stop at Birr Castle and lunch in between tours. At night we meet up for our Irish farewell dinner at a local pub.
Optional Excursion: Tullamore Dew & Kilbeggan Distillery Day Trip Including Lunch
|No of pax||Age Limit||Price per pax (Rs)|
|Adult||Above 12 years||$ 1795 / Adult|
* Mentioned prices may vary depending upon date of travel, hotel availability, surge pricing and seasonal rush.
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