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Work and Play the Irish Way - Golf Edventure  (10 Days)

Ireland is a course designer’s dream. The country’s rugged natural landscapes come together to create some of the most challenging tests of links golf in the world. As you make your way from Dublin, to the beautiful inland wildlife course of Lough Erne, and along the rugged coastline of Northern Ireland to Belfast, you’ll play rounds at some of this country’s best courses. This Edventure is not just for golfers. Non-golfers will have plenty of activities to stay busy while exploring the best of this beautiful country. This is the best of Northern Ireland!

Your Edventure Includes
  • Round-trip airfare from SFO or LAX (price may vary based on choice of departure gateway)
  • 8 nights in hand-picked hotels
  • Breakfast daily
  • 4 three-course dinners served with wine or beer
  • Full-time tour coordinator
  • Multilingual tour guide
  • Private deluxe motor coach
  • Transportation (planes, trains, boats, etc.) while on tour
  • Course fees for golf play on five selected courses
  • Select admissions with priority entry
  • Mountjoy Prison or Crumlin Road Gaol (for Correctional/Law Enforcement Officials only)

Guiness Beer Brewery

Portmanock Links

Royal Portrush Course

Royal Dublin Clubhouse

Giant's Causeway

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Price: $5,037.00 (non-golfers $4,537.00) (2018) based on double occupancy, plus optional $394.00 premium trip protection*

Next Departure Dates:
  
August 2020 (IRPL0820)
July 2021 (IRPL0721)

Contact us for exact departure dates

Edventure Highlights Include:

~ Welcome Dinner


~ A sightseeing tour of Dublin, including Phoenix Park, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and Trinity College to view the illuminated Book of Kells


~ Mountjoy Prison or Crumlin Road Gaol (Correctional/Law Enforcement Officials only)


~ Play on the Royal Dublin course


~ An excursion to Glendalough to see St. Kevin’s Cross, marking the place where the saint lies buried, the remains of the sixth-century cathedral and the remarkable Round Tower, thought to have been used by monks as a place of refuge, until sacked by the Vikings in the 10th Century, for those not golfing


~ A special evening of traditional Irish food, music and entertainment, including a live show of Irish music and dance 


~ Lough Erne, voted one of the top golf experiences in Northern Ireland, a 7,000-yard course designed by Sir Nick Faldo that runs through the wetlands of County Fermanagh while offering stunning views of Castle Hume Lough


~ A tour of the castles of Enniskillen, including Castle Coole and Florencecourt and its gardens, for those not golfing   

~ The "young" Glashedy links at the Ballyliffin Golf Club, "just" 30 years old, but are already known for their tough Par 4 openers, and host of the 2018 Irish Open, as it follows an incredible rugged coastline, providing a roller coaster tour of this remarkable lunar-like landscape


~ A tour of the Fahad Penisula, with stops in its rugged coastal villages, the Fahad Lighthouse, and Castle Glenveagh and it parklands, for those not golfing


Play at the Royal Portrush Golf Course, the only course outside England and Scotland to have hosted the British Open


~ An excursion to one of the world’s most unusual natural formations: the 60-million-year-old Giant’s Causeway, a path of towering columns in the ocean that can be walked on, formed by volcanic lava that cooled rapidly over white chalk


~ The opportunity for brave souls to cross the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, flanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean on one side and a landscape of dramatic cliffs on the other, with spectacular seascapes all around, the area has inspired artists, stirred scientific debate and captured the imagination of all who see it


~ A walking tour of Coleraine for a rich history of Ireland, dating back to 9000 BC, before stopping at the Old Bushmill's Distillery to learn about the production of Irish whiskey, with a tasting included


~ A guided tour of Northern Ireland’s capital city of Belfast for a glimpse of the copper-domed city hall, the shipbuilding docks where the Titanic was constructed, and the recently restored Grand Opera House


~ A round of play at one of the most photographed courses in Ireland, the Royal County Downs, that sits along the Irish Sea

Tour Activity Estimates
 Average Daily Walking: 1.5 Hours
Average Activity Level: Moderate (uneven terrain, including paved and unpaved roads, cobblestone streets, dirt and gravel paths, grass or sand, some hills and stairs)

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