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While we are currently working from home, we are available, as usual, to contact by phone, email or contact form. If you have phoned and left a voice message, please be assured that we will get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks from Eric and the team at My Ireland Tour.
Welcome! We are thrilled that you are interested in touring Ireland. We are truly proud of the country we call home, and are delighted you have decided to come and discover this magical land for yourself.
Any Questions? Just ask. Eric and the rest of the team are always on hand to help you with anything. And until then, Céad Míle Fáilte - a hundred thousand welcomes.
We've crafted 9 different Ireland Tours 2020 & 2021. You can book anything from one seat to the whole coach. To give a more personal experience, we limit our tours of Ireland to just 26 people (or just eight on our mini-group tours). We have tours from 6 to 14 days, with itineraries covering Ireland North and South, and even Scotland too.
We also offer custom private tours of Ireland, crafted uniquely for you. From 2 people to 100, we bring our unrivalled knowledge to designing the perfect irish vacation experience.Arrange a Private Tour
My Ireland Tour is a family business based right here in Ireland. We are truly proud of the country we call home, with my father introducing Ireland to his very first guests some years ago. Since that time, we have only ever sold our own tours – that way, our guests know that every detail of their vacation has been planned and approved by the O'Gorman family and our small team here in Cork. As an independent Irish business, we're proud that we can give each guest the kind of service that has made us Ireland's top rated tour operator. We hope to offer you a real Irish welcome soon.
We are not a reseller or an agent. We only sell our own tours, designed with care in our family office here in Cork, Ireland.
You will not find our tours on any other website. And with no middle man, we can provide unrivalled value with a much more personal experience.
On the phone you can chat to Eric, Kristel, Martina, Shannon or Shauni. We will be delighted to help with any questions you may have.
Live like royalty, staying in real Irish castles like this one, Ballynahinch Castle in Connemara, Co. Galway. This is just one of the historic residences on offer when you book one of our exclusive castle tours of Ireland.See Castle Tours
Get even closer on a tour which is limited to a maximum of eight guests. We call them our mini-group tours and we have designed every detail with luxury and comfort in mind.See Mini-Group Tours
We always keep our tour group sizes small. That's because we want every guest to get the comfort, space and service they deserve. Although many other companies squeeze in groups of up to 50, even the largest of our tour packages are strictly limited to just 26 guests. That leaves empty seats on the coaches. So why do we limit our tours to such small group sizes? Here are six reasons.
Guests consistently list our small group sizes as a top reason why they would book with us again. See our reviews...
With a smaller group, our tour guides have more time to get to know you and your interests.
We deliberately leave empty seats on our coaches so you can relax and spread out.
Experience each attraction up-close and personal, with more time to ask questions and see what interests you.
Compared with many of our rivals, our smaller group sizes make checking in and out of the hotels a breeze.
Experience Ireland at your own pace. No rushing to keep up and no waiting around for large groups to assemble.
Adare is a small town in Co. Limerick, known for its quaint and colourful thatched cottages. Adare is considered to be one of Ireland's most beautiful towns so stop and take in the view. Don't forget your camera today - the perfect chance to capture the essence of old Ireland.
Explore Adare Village along the Wild Atlantic Way
Originally built in 1823, Blarney Woollen Mills was mainly used for the spinning and weaving of wool. After it closed in 1973, it reopened in 1975 — as an Irish heritage shop.