Images of North Ireland (Self Drive)
8 Days Pre-booked Self Drive Tour (excluding rental car) suggested tour itinerary from Dublin

Features and Inclusions

  • Bed and Breakfast accommodations as follows: 1 night in 4-star hotel, 3 nights in 3-star hotels, 3 nights in bed & breakfast/farmhouse. Based on per person sharing twin/double room with bath/shower inclusive of service charges

  • Heritage Island Touring Guide and discount card

  • Service charges and taxes existing rates

  • Not Included: Transportation, Excursions, Guides, Rental Car

  • Note: This is a suggested tour itinerary no sightseeing is included.  Prices are subject to change. Accommodation check-in no later than 6pm



Sandymount Hotel or similar (F)


Days Hotel or similar (F)


Bed and Breakfast


Bed and Breakfast


Clarion Hotel or similar (F)


Departures and Prices 2015

Starting from January 1 - March 31, 2015


November 1 - December 29, 2015

Per Person In Twin

$ 546.00

Single Supplement 

$ 398.00


Starting from

April 1 - April 30, 2015


October 1 - October 31, 2015

Per Person In Twin

$ 574.00

Single Supplement 

$ 398.00


Starting from

May 1 - September 30, 2015

Per Person In Twin

$ 640.00

Single Supplement 

$ 398.00



Day 1: Dublin City
Welcome to Dublin. After you pick up your car, transfer to your city center hotel. Spend the remainder of the day soaking up the atmosphere of this exciting city visiting some of its many attractions such as the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College or the Old Jameson Distillery. Overnight: Dublin area.

Day 2: Boyne Valley & Belfast
Leave Dublin and head northwards. Why not visit Bru na Boinne and Newgrange or Knowth (one of the Burial Chambers) which pre-date the Pyramids in Egypt. You can also visit Armagh, the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland, or travel to Downpatrick where St. Patrick, Ireland’s patron saint, is reputed to be buried. Overnight: Belfast area.

Day 3: Antrim
This morning take some time to tour Belfast City. See some of the landmark sites such as City Hall and Queens University. Depart Belfast and travel north along the coast road through the spectacular “Nine Glens of Antrim”. Continue along the North Antrim coastline arriving at the magnificent Giant’s Causeway. This area of hexagonal columns was formed over 60 million years ago by cooling lava and has given rise to many legends as the basalt resembles giant steps. Overnight: Antrim area.

Day 4: Antrim
Staying around the north Antrim area, why not visit Bushmills Distillery which is the world’s oldest whiskey distillery having received its license in 1608! You can also visit some of the many small seaside towns along the coastline. Overnight: Antrim area.

Day 5: Derry & Donegal
Travel to Derry City today. You can visit the Tower Museum and O’Doherty Tower, which tells the story of Derry from prehistoric times to the present day. Complete your tour of Derry by walking along the historic Walls of the City. Leaving Derry, why not travel into Donegal and perhaps visit Glenveagh National Park and Glenveagh Castle, 10,000 hectares of mountains, lakes, glens and woods with a red deer herd. Overnight: Donegal area.

Day 6: Sligo
Traveling south through the Fermanagh Lake District, visit Enniskillen and the surrounding areas where you can see the Marble Arch cave, the 18th century Florence Court or the stately Castle Coole. Overnight: Sligo area.

Day 7: Dublin
Return to Dublin. En route, why not visit Trim Castle, the largest Anglo Norman Castle in Ireland? After checking into your hotel on the outskirts of the city, you can complete your tour with a final visit to Dublin’s city center. Overnight: Dublin area.

Day 8: Farewell
Transfer to Dublin Airport for your return flight home.


B=Breakfast; D=Dinner; O=Overnight                                     abbitseyto


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