Overland Ireland Tours: What to expect
The question we get asked most frequently is what people can expect on our Irish adventure tours. Although every Irish tour is different our reviews tell us that everyone always has an amazing trip.
So what are the key ingredients that make our Tours of Ireland successful?
Hearing a great travel story can inspire and motivate you to go and do something similar. With Overland Ireland tours it will be you inspiring the people around you to get out there and go on and adventure. Instead of the usual sun lounger story you will boast about your Irish adventures: kayaking with Fungie the Dolphin in Dingle Bay, climbing Ireland’s Holiest Mountain or sailing the Wild Atlantic Way coastline on your own private yacht.
Try new things:
Don’t settle for same old same old, there’s too much out there to try! Our amazing planet is made up of different landscapes, people and cultures, so try and go see as many things as possible. Chat with the locals, hear their stories, learn some Gaelic, taste some mouth-watering Irish dishes like Guinness stew or master your first jump kitesurfing. With our Irish tours you get a taste for the real Ireland.
Recent research has proven that people who are active on their holidays come back in better form than people who sit the whole day at the beach. You don’t have to be an amazing paraglider or regular cliff diver to get out into the world and experience its health benefits. Adventure travel is getting more popular with solo travellers looking to escape on an activity holiday. With Overland Ireland tours we have the perfect combination of relaxation, activities, fine dining and craic.
Another great reason to take on an Irish adventure holiday is to get yourself out of your comfort zone and see how far you can really go. We have all experienced that epic great feeling when you achieved something that you thought nearly impossible beforehand. Standing on top of that mountain, catching that first wave or seeing a dolphin up close for the first time. – it’s all part of your small group tour of Ireland.