What better way to initiate your Irish adventure than in the iconic capital, Dublin. Enjoy a private viewing off the Book of Knells and absorb the atmosphere of prestige and admire the striking architecture of Ireland’s oldest university, Trinity College. Wander through the historic city, strolling across the James Joyce Bridge over the River Liffey and be amazed at the talent of the buskers along the cobbles.
Enjoy a Michelin starred meal to fuel up for the beginning of your journey across to the West coast, before dancing into the night along the Temple Bar neighbourhood to some of the finest, unrehearsed and spontaneous gigs that will give you a night to remember.
Drive through the verdant interior reaching the North West coast. Donegal’s stretch of untouched and beautifully unexplored rugged coastline is a treasure trove of spectacular nature. Explore some of Europe’s highest sea cliffs at Sliabh Liag and feel the wind rush through your hair and icy spray from the Atlantic as you powerboat to Oyster and Mussel farms to pick your catch for the evening.
Follow the southerly route of the breath-taking Wild Atlantic Way. True to its name, walk along blustery coastal paths with ferocious waves crashing below. The coastline is momentous and craggy and has inlets throughout which are ideal viewing spots for otter seals, dolphins and whales. Explore the moss covered heathen of the Connemara National Park, as you enter County Galway. Enjoy a Pelorus private helicopter tour, taking to the skies experiencing the top of the peaks and undulating valleys leading to the sapphire sea, from the view of a bird. Pause for a spot of culture in Galway. Famous for its fiddle, folk and acoustic sounds, get caught up in the spontaneity of the Irish pubs. On a private boat across to the Aran Islands enjoy the eccentricity and astounding untouched beauty of the Irish speaking island Inis Meáin. Walk to the headland and view a mesmerising sunset over the dramatic Cliffs of Moher.
Seize the day and traverse further south through to County Clare stopping to explore the Aillwee Cave’s, a haven for nature lovers and wildlife, the cave system is home to many species of birds of prey. After adventures underground, glory in the fresh salty air of one of Ireland’s premium surf beaches where Pelorus can point you to the best tides and breakers. The beaches Aileen’s and Laurens are an amphitheatre of surfing mecca with consistent waves to suit all skillsets.