Relax and enjoy Scotland’s splendour with Rabbie’s Tours. The Scottish Highlands and Islands are Europe’s last great wilderness so why not escape with Rabbie’s personalised small group tours. Small groups with a maximum of 16 passengers mean you can discover the real Scotland, get off the beaten track and onto the back roads that other tours cannot manage.Your educated driver/guide is there for you, dedicated to making your visit to Scotland memorable and enjoyable whatever your requests.
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Full Day Tour – Ref: CMIRE
Connemara, Galway & The Far West
You leave Dublin and travel west. On your way across the green plains of central Ireland, you stop off for a refreshment and comfort break.
The landscapes begin to become impressively rugged as you arrive in Cong. This beautiful little town is famous for featuring in the Oscar-winning movie, The Quiet Man.
You choose what to do here. You can spend your time taking gorgeous photos of the castle and river, learn about the Augustine Monastery, or simply enjoy a large and delicious local lunch.
After you’ve had your fill of the quaint village sights, we venture to the scenic delights of Lough Corrib. This is the second largest lake in Ireland and is surrounded by the smooth slopes of the Connemara Mountains. Your friendly guide will help you try and spot the wildlife that scurries about here.
Now you can sit back, relax, look out your window, and watch the greatest show on earth. You wind down epic roads, over gorgeous vistas, and past stunning mountains as your guide drives you through the wilderness of Connemara. They’ll also tell you about the local legends that this land is famous for.
You take a photo stop at the Quiet Man Bridge before wandering over the Mollycullen Bogs. You’re wrong to think this bleak landscape is lifeless. The peatlands host an incredible array of wildlife, while at the same time the peat itself was used as fuel throughout Ireland.
Your last stop is the famous town of Galway. You should have around two hours here. This means you have time to buy local gifts for your friends, take in the atmosphere and tastes at a local pub, or enjoy the medieval architecture and cobbled lanes.
You arrive in Dublin in the evening.
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Tour departs TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY only at 08.00 hours and returns back to DUBLIN at 20.00 hours approx.
Departs from Nassau Street, Dublin (Opposite the Kilkenny Shop) and return to the same place.