Wilderness Ireland has introduced an exciting new collection of eco-friendly adventures on the Emerald Isle for 2018.
The adventure vacation company’s new tours will allow guests to explore County Kerry’s Dingle Way and remote Donegal by foot and bike.
The “Hiking the Dingle Way” package will take guests dozens of miles along Ireland’s most scenic long-distance hiking trail, a region once dubbed the “most beautiful place on Earth” by National Geographic.
The trip will also offer guests the chance to meet with locals, sample original Dingle cuisine and experience traditional regional music.
Meanwhile, the “Biking Donegal From Cliffs to Coast” package will put guests on bikes so they can tour scenic mountains, cliffs, white sand beaches, bogs and fishing villages at an ideal pace.
Guests will visit Slieve League, home to some of Europe’s highest sea cliffs, along with Glenveagh National Park.
The package also includes a trip to Ireland’s northernmost point at Malin Head, which serves as the setting for the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VIII. The movie hits theaters this December so travelers will get a sneak peek before they depart.
Guests will cycle more than 180 miles total over the course of six days.
The two new small group tours will debut in spring 2018 and span six nights.
The Donegal tour is priced at €1,795 ($2,100) while the Dingle Way adventure costs €1,600 ($1,870). However, Wilderness Ireland has announced a price freeze until October 20 that means travelers who book soon can secure their trip at the current price.
Visit Wilderness Ireland’s official website to view a detailed day-by-day itinerary of each vacation.