Ireland Tours for Mini-Groups (Max. 8 Guests per Tour)
Mini group tour destination, Ballynahinch Castle

Ireland Tours for Maximum 8 Guests

For extra space and comfort, our mini-group tours are limited to a maximum of 8 guests

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Mini Group Tours of Ireland (Max. 8 people)

Get closer to the action on a tour which is exclusively limited to a maximum of eight guests per tour. Luxury hotels (including a castle), executive-class tour mini-buses and a tour group which is adults-only, guaranteed. Use this page to find dates that work best for you.

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02 - 09 Jul 2020

Ancient Ireland Tour, Dingle Version

8 days / 7 nights • Max 8 ppl

Final 4 spaces!

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21 - 28 Jul 2020

Ancient Ireland Tour, Ring of Kerry Version

8 days / 7 nights • Max 8 ppl

Final 1 space!

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28 Jul - 04 Aug 2020

Ancient Ireland Tour, Ring of Kerry Version

8 days / 7 nights • Max 8 ppl

Final 1 space!

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11 - 18 Aug 2020

Ancient Ireland Tour, Ring of Kerry Version

8 days / 7 nights • Max 8 ppl

Final 2 spaces!

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18 - 25 Aug 2020

Ancient Ireland Tour, Ring of Kerry Version

8 days / 7 nights • Max 8 ppl

Final 1 space!

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25 Aug - 01 Sep 2020

Ancient Ireland Tour, Ring of Kerry Version

8 days / 7 nights • Max 8 ppl

Final 5 spaces!

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22 - 29 Sep 2020

Ancient Ireland Tour, Ring of Kerry Version

8 days / 7 nights • Max 8 ppl

Final 1 space!

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13 - 20 Oct 2020

Ancient Ireland Tour, Ring of Kerry Version

8 days / 7 nights • Max 8 ppl

Why our Mini group sizes are better for you

We offer two types of tour sizes: Small Group Tours (limited to 26 passengers) and Mini Group Tours (limited to 8 passengers and adults only).

Our Mini Group tours offer a stark contrast to some comparable tours with other companies, which can have have around 50 people per tour. So we thought we should take a minute to explain why we've designed tours limit to such small groups.

Our Mini Group Tours offer the ultimate in a personal experience of Ireland. For those who want to really get up close and personal with all the experiences Ireland has to offer. From local culture to hidden vistas, to experience everything first hand in your own bespoke experience of every place you stop.

The Difference a Mini Group Group Makes to you:
More Personal Attention

With such a small party your tour guide can really get to know you and understand your interests, allowing you to experience the bits of Ireland that interest you most.

Adults Only

We all love children. But sometimes it's nice to enjoy a little quiet time without them. That's why our Mini Group tours are for people 18 years old and above. The hotels, attractions and other visits will, of course, have an abundance of children but on the coach, at least, you can expect your down time to be that little bit more relaxing.

A close-up personal experience

In such a small party each attraction can offer you a personalised experience, where the guides can focus on the aspects that really appeal to you. Time to delve deeper, time to tailor the experience to you.

Spread Out and Relax

Space to spread out on the coach. Our mini group tours use 9-seater Mercedes-Benz coaches but only sell 8 spaces, giving room for you to spread out.

Go places a large coach cannot

From farm stays to remote locations, the small numbers allow us to go to places a large coach cannot. From hidden locations to unique accommodations, you'll see a side of Ireland only accessible in such a small party.

Speedy Check-ins

Such a small tour group makes an incredibly easy and enjoyable tour experience. Photo stops just take a minute, meals are personal and relaxing, hotel check-ins are a breeze. Enjoy a personalised experience with such a small select group.

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.

Thanks for making us Ireland's top-rated tour company

A big thank you to all our past guests who have left so many amazing reviews. With 444 five-star reviews out of a total 452, we are proud to call ourselves Ireland's top-rated tour operator.

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Ireland Tours: Top 10 Experiences

There are so many amazing tourist attractions in Ireland and our tours are designed to show you the very best of them. If you're not sure where to start, here we have compiled a top-ten list of the most popular Ireland tour experiences.

Top Places to visit on a Vacation in Ireland And why visitors love them

Ireland offers so many amazing places to visit, from its best-known tourist hotspots to its best-kept secrets. Here, we've put together a list of some of the most popular destinations among first-time visitors to Ireland.

Of course, these unmissable destinations are widely featured on our range of Ireland tours and you can visit any of them on a customized private tour.

Barrels in The Guinness Storehouse Dublin

1. Dublin

The "gateway to Ireland" is for more than just passing through. Visit the Guinness Storehouse, Christchurch Cathedral and Trinity College.

A fishing boat in Galway Bay

2. Galway

From the vibrant and bohemian city centre to the pristine Connemara wilderness, County Galway is always a favourite with visitors to Ireland.

Killarney Lakes, County Kerry

3. Killarney

Killarney marks the start & end point of the Ring of Kerry. It is also home to some of Ireland's most famous castles, cathedrals and lakes.

The Rebel City of Cork, in Ireland's south

4. Cork

Boasting attractions such as Blarney Castle, the Jameson Distillery and the fishing town of Kinsale, County Cork is a must-see destination.

Road stretching towards Caherdaniel on the Ring of Kerry

5. Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry is a 111 mile circular route encompassing what is, arguably, the most scenic area of Ireland.

The serene landscape of Connemara, in the rugged West of Ireland

6. Connemara

A haven of tranquillity in western Galway. Connemara is home to Kylemore Abbey, Ballynahinch Castle and Clifden village.

The village of Glenfolk in County Donegal

7. Donegal

Famed for its rugged coastline and mountains, County Donegal is brimming with stunning natural beauty.

Dingle Bay, County Kerry

8. Dingle

A quaint fishing village in western County Kerry. A bottlenose dolphin named Fungie has been living in Dingle Bay since 1983.

Titanic Exhibition, Belfast City

9. Belfast

The birthplace of the Titanic and once a major hub in the Industrial Revolution. Today a city back on its feet after a turbulent past.

The picturesque village of Adare, County Limerick

10. Adare

Monasteries, abbeys, manor houses & thatched cottages blend together to create a village that is as rich in heritage as it is easy on the eye.

Hook Head Lighthouse, County Wexford

11. Wexford

The "Sunny Southeast" brings with it Ireland's finest potatoes and strawberries, alongside some awe-inspiring scenery.

Deserted cottage on the Aran Island

12. The Aran Islands

Take a step back in time with a visit to the Aran Islands. There are 1,200 Irish speaking inhabitants, across three islands, and no cars.