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Ireland is a land of magic, folklore and fairies with the odd leprechaun thrown in for good measure. The climate of Ireland lends itself perfectly to chasing endless pots of gold at the end of countless rainbows and exploring the myriad castle ruins that dot the island of Ireland. Unlike the historic buildings and monuments in many countries that remain off limits to human touch, the ancient landmarks of Ireland are begging to be explored by inquisitive minds both young and old. Vacationing in Ireland with kids however isn't only about historical landmarks. From exploring caves to walking their miles and miles of pristine beaches. From surfing to horse riding on sandy beaches and cross country bike rides, your tim spent in Ireland with kids will be a vacation to remember forever.
Gather your courage for one of the most exhilarating walks in the world—the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. Swaying almost 100 feet above a gaping, 65-foot chasm, the crossing is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Just don't look down.
A UNESCO World Heritage site that consists of 40 000 interlocking hexagonal basalt columns. The legend says Irish giant Finn MacCool was challenged to a fight by the Scottish giant Benandonner. Finn accepted the challenge and built a land bridge, a Giant’s Causeway, across the North Channel from Ireland to Scotland to attack Benandonner.
Opened in 2012 to mark the 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s infamous maiden—and only—voyage, Titanic Belfast is Northern Ireland’s most visited tourist attractions. Gaze at the lofty proportions of the atrium and then delve into interactive exhibitions that reveal the heart-breaking story of the Titanic’s first, and final, fatal voyage.
The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland’s most famous sights. They are entirely vertical and the cliff edge is abrupt. The Cliffs take their name from a ruined promontory fort ‘Mothar’ – which was demolished during the Napoleonic wars in the early 1800’s, to make room for a signal tower at Hag’s Head. The word ‘Mothar’in old Gaelic means ‘the ruin of a fort’The Cliffs stretch for 8km (5 miles) as the crow flies. On a clear day the views are tremendous, with the Aran Islands etched on the waters of Galway Bay.
While it's steeped in history, the city buzzes with a contemporary vibe, thanks in part to students, who make up a quarter of the population. Its energy and creativity have seen it designated the European Capital of Culture in 2020.
There is an unspoilt nature to Ireland's most beautiful region the Rings of Kerry.You will experience sparkling seascapes, mountains dotted with brightly colored farmhouses and the breath-taking panorama of the Lakes of Killarney from Ladies View.
Best way to explore the town of Killarney is in a jaunting cart. We have arranged for the same with the local Tangney family which owns Killarney Jaunting Cars a 220 year old family business. You will feel like you have stepped back in time. The tour takes you through areas where, for your convenience no motor traffic is permitted. Hear about the legend of the Lake and the rich history of Ross Castle. A short stopover at this restored 15th century Castle.
A Vip tour at Fota wildlife experience is a 2 hour guided tour with a warden. You get to explore the behind the scenes areas and help the warden with the feeding . You will get to feed Penguins & Ring Tailed Lemurs and have plenty of upclose photo opportunities. The park is home to endangered and exotic species from around the world.
Blarney castle was built nearly six hundred years ago by one of Ireland's greatest chieftains Cormac McCarthy. Over the last few hundred years, millions have flocked to Blarney. Now that might have something to do with the Blarney Stone, the legendary Stone of Eloquence, found at the top of our tower. Legend says Kiss it and you'll never again be lost for words.
A must for all visitors to Ireland for a true taste of Irish history. Enjoy a guided tour of the old Midleton distillery where you’ll learn about the distillation process. Visit a restored 19th-century warehouse where Jameson is aged in oak casks and even have an opportunity to sample some of the finished product. Children are allowed on the tour
A 17-storey high. Located right in the heart of the city, this thrilling rooftop walkway is actually Dublin’s highest open-viewing platform and offers breathtaking panoramic views of Ireland’s vibrant capital from the mountains to the sea.
Explore the vibrant Irish capital by amphibious vehicle. Feel your adrenaline surge as your restored World War II vehicle transforms into a boat and takes to the water for an alternative sightseeing experience of Dublin. Cruise the waters of the Grand Canal Dock while wearing a comical Viking hat and laughing along with your host.