This interesting 1-day tour to Ireland’s northern capital, featuring a visit to the Titanic Quarter. It departs from Dublin and travels north by express train to Belfast, where you’ll transfer to a hop-on hop-off bus and view the sights of beautiful Belfast. A visit to the fascinating Titanic visitor centre will fill you in on the tale of this enormous ship, which was built in Belfast itself.
Visit 3 of England’s most popular – and awe-inspiring – sights on this convenient, comfortable guided tour!
From majestic Salisbury Cathedral and mysterious Stonehenge, to the Georgian spa baths of Bath, you’ll enjoy this memorable tour.
2017 price* per person:
- Adults: R1 805
- Adults 60 years+: R1 615
- Children 3 – 16 years: R1 710
- Family (2 adults + 2 children):R6 650
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*Prices valid until 31 December 2017, and are subject to continued availability and major currency fluctuation.
The ideal tour for fans of English football and beer! A guided backstage tour of Emirates Stadium, home of Arsenal Football Club and one of the best soccer museums in the UK is followed by a tour through London’s streets to visit 3 of the oldest pubs in London and sample 2 types of craft beer.
Departures: Tuesdays and Thursdays
The Ring of Kerry is a circular route in County Kerry around the Iveragh (pronounced eev-raa) Peninsula famed for its exquisite, unspoilt natural beauty. Winding roads wend their way past beaches, mountains, and loughs (lakes).
This one-day guided tour is non-taxing, with the emphasis on beautiful views, and will stay with you forever.
Ireland is always beautiful, including the County Antrim Coastline on the North-Eastern edge of this island.
Experience the legendary Giant’s Causeway, ruined Medieval Dunluce Castle perched precariously on a basalt outcrop, and breath-taking Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge.
The Emerald Isle is known for its natural beauty and fascinating history. This one-day guided tour of Ireland’s mid-western coast takes you on from Dublin to the most popular visitor attraction outside Dublin: the awe-inspiring Cliffs of Moher.
From there, a coach will take you to Limerick City on the mighty River Shannon, imposing Bunratty Castle, the Burren (a UNESCO Geo-Park), and Galway Bay.