The Wild Atlantic Way – Walking Holiday in Ireland
The Wild Atlantic Way Tour – 7 or 15 Day
Dates 2021: May 10th, Jun 14th, Jul 12th, Aug 2nd, Sep 6th
Departure Location: Suffolk St – Dublin
Group Size: Small (Max 16)
On this tour we have picked the best of the West of Ireland for you to explore and enjoy.
Our Wild Atlantic Way tour brings you to the most scenic and beautiful places for walking in all of Ireland from the hills of Wicklow to the lakes of Killarney, The trails on the Dingle Peninsula to the wilds of Connemara and into the hills and hidden gems of Donegal.
There are also many soft adventure options activities you can do along the way such as horse riding on a beach, Kayak in the Lakes of Killarney or simply swim in the Wild Atlantic Ocean.
We will also visit many of Ireland’s famous landmarks and some not so well known such as old Norman Castles, Fairy rings, Ogham stones, stone circles, Dolmens and other evidence of this Island’s rich and curious past.
Dublin, Cork, Rock of Cashel, Blarney Stone, Kerry, Dingle, Doolin, Clare, Cliffs of Moher, Aran Islands, Galway, Connemara, Mayo, Westport, Sligo, Donegal, hill walking, surfing, horse riding, kayaking, Coastal Walks, Sacred Hills, Celtic sites, Castles and the Best of Irish Music. It really is the best of Ireland.
Included in Cost:
o 6 or 14 nights in accommodation approved by Irish Tourist Board.
Optional extras not covered in cost.
Your Guide will organise these for you.
NOTE: There are no cancellations fees for any cancellations due to COVID-19 Travel restrictions.
• A cancellation fee of 100% applies for cancellations made less than 2 weeks in advance, or in case of no-show.
• A cancellation fee of 50% applies for cancellations made less than 4 weeks in advance.
• No cancellation fee applies for cancellations made 4 weeks or more in advance.
“We toured the Wild Atlantic Way with Hilltop Treks in June of 2019 and had one of the most memorable experiences of our lifetime. The itinerary to the beautiful countryside gave us a real sense of our Irish heritage. The hikes, cycling and boat rides to well chosen sites as well as the pub visits provided a real Irish experience. Our guide, Hugh, was amazing. He couldn’t have been more knowledgeable, attentive and personable.”
Dick and Sally Lane