Giants Causeway, captured on one of our Northern Ireland Tours Giants Causeway, captured on one of our Northern Ireland Tours

Discover Northern Ireland Tour 2019 Experience Ireland's Alluring North

Key Tour Information

  • €895 to €995 per person
  • 6 Days / 5 Nights
  • Max. 26 Guests
  • Northern Ireland
  • Fully Inclusive Package
  • No sales pitches

This six-day tour of Northern Ireland introduces you to magic of the province of Ulster. Bookable as a stand-alone tour or as part of our 15-day tour of Northern and Southern Ireland, this Small-Group Tour takes you on a journey of discovery through the historic settings and wild landscapes of the North.

Throughout two decades of peace, the North has staked its rightful claim as one of the most welcoming and most attractive regions of the Emerald Isle.

  • Belfast

    • The Titanic Experience
    • Belfast City Tour
    • See The Murals Of Belfast
    • Shankill Road & Falls Road
  • Antrim Coast

    • Giant's Causeway
    • Old Bushmills Distillery
  • Derry

    • Fortified Walled City of Derry/Londonderry Tour
    • Ulster American Folk Park
  • Enniskillen & Border

    • Lough Erne Boat Cruise
    • Devenish Island
    • Drumlins Hills
    • Enniskillen Town
    • Explore Trim Castle

Why this Tour?

Over six comfortably-paced days, the Discover Northern Ireland Tour introduces you to the culture and countryside of Northern Ireland. Immerse yourself in the lives and histories of its people. Witness with wonderment the beauty of the wild northern coastline. This tour is fully inclusive, with no hidden extras or optional extras. Six days of discovery, and five nights of relaxation in the luxury of our hand-picked four-star hotels.

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My trip to Ireland was an absolute dream come true and it wouldn't have been half of what it was if not for My Ireland Tour.

Sydney Looney, October 2018

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Why our smaller group sizes are better for you

We only offer Small Group Tours

Even our largest tours take just 26 guests. But many other companies accept up to 50 people per tour. So, why did we take this big step to limit our tours to such small group?

Our focus is on you

With a smaller group, our driver-guides have time to get to know you, explore your questions in detail and share their experiences with you.

Spread Out and Relax

Space to spread out on the coach. Our small group tours use 34 seater coaches but only sell 26 spaces, giving spare seats for you to spread out.

Speedy Check-ins

Checking in and out at each hotel is much faster and more enjoyable in a smaller party. Breeze through check-in in no time.

A close-up personal experience

Experience each attraction up-close and personal. In a small group, there is more time to ask questions and see what interests you personally.

Relaxing Pace

Experience Ireland at your own pace. After all, nobody enjoys being part of a herd, especially on vacation. No rushing to keep up and no waiting around for large groups to assemble.

Cherish each Moment

Relax and enojoy the moment. Savour each meal. Capture every photo opportunity. Cherish every memory with a small group of people you can really get to know.

Better service for you

Just look at our amazing reviews to see for yourself. Our guests consistently list smaller group sizes among the top reasons why they would book My Ireland Tour again. The smaller numbers mean we can really deliver the best in service and attention throughout your whole experience.

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Journey South?

This tour of Northern Ireland can be booked as part of a longer tour covering the Republic as well as Ulster. To find out more, see our 15-Day Iconic Scenes of Ireland Tour encompassing the very best of Ireland, North and South.

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Derry / Londonderry, steeped in history modern and ancient

Steeped in History

After two decades of peace, Northern Ireland has claimed its rightful stake as one of the most welcoming and outward-looking regions of the Emerald Isle. Visitors today are invited to contrast the Ulster of today with the rich history from which it emerged. From the murals of Belfast to Derry's unbreached fortifications, rising 25 feet above the city streets.

The Antrim Coast of Northern Ireland

Unforgettable Scenery

Northern Ireland is stunning in its natural beauty. Your tour of Northern Ireland will lead you along the Antrim coastline towards The Giant's Causeway, presenting some of the most majestic scenery to be experienced anywhere in Europe. On Lough Erne, travel by boat toward the ancient monastic site of Devenish Island and the stunning landscapes which will unfold before you.

Questions about this tour?

What's Included?

This is one of the most inclusive Ireland tour packages available anywhere in Ireland. Click below to find out just how much is included in the price.

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Will the tour run?

Yes. Like all our Ireland tours, the “Discover Northern Ireland Tours” are guaranteed to run. Unlike many rivals there are no minimum numbers for the tours to go ahead. Rest assured: we do not cancel tours or change dates. See our 2019 Tour of Northern Ireland.

Can I extend the tour?

Yes. You can extend this tour by choosing the 15-Day Iconic Scenes of Ireland Tour which includes 10 days in Southern Ireland. Alternatively, just let us know what else you would like to do on your tour of Ireland and we can arrange it for you.

Prices & Availability Discover Northern Ireland Tour 2019

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Wed 20 Mar 2019 Mon 25 Mar 2019 € 995 Spaces Available - Book Now!
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The Deposit for the Discover Northern Ireland Tour 2019 is €300 per person
The Single Occupancy Supplement is €275

Paying for your Escorted Tour of Ireland

Payment Information

  • Balance Payments: The full balance is due 60 days before your tour.
  • Currency: All payments are in Euros.
  • Credit Cards & Fees: We do not charge any fees for paying by credit card. We accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express.
  • Children's Rate: Children ages 8 yrs - 17 yrs inclusive receive a 10% discount on the prices. Children must share a room with a least 1 adult. Our tours do not cater for children 7 yrs or younger. You must be 18 or over to travel on our Mini-Group Tours.

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The General Post Office

The General Post Office of Ireland The General Post Office of Ireland

The General Post Office of Ireland had many homes before finally settling on its current location of O'Connell Street, on January 6th 1818. It is most famous for housing the Irish Rebels during the Easter Rising of 1916.

The building was destroyed by fire during the uprising and was left unattended until the Irish Free State government set about restoring it. The General Post Office now acts as a visitor centre and sheds an amazing light on some of Ireland's darkest days and the country it was to become.