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Josher Foundation Fundraiser

Tour of Ireland June 2024


A Private Luxury Tour Designed Just for You

We've partnered with a leading Irish Travel Agency to create a fundraiser event that is a win-win for all parties! 


A Few Quick Notes:

  • This 8-day, 7-night itinerary is based on you arriving at Dublin Airport on Day 1 (8th of June 2024) where our Driver-guide would collect you and tour with you each day until he drops you at Dublin Airport on Day 8 (15th of June 2024)

  • It is recommended that you arrive a day early to Dublin since Day 1 of the tour is packed with events.  We can accommodate picking you up in the morning of Day 1 from a location besides Dublin Airport. 


Tour Itinerary: Day By Day

Day 1 - Sat, Jun 8, 2024

Welcome to Ireland! We'll have an arranged plan to get you either from airport, or from your hotel if you flew in the night before (recommended).  Your journey begins! 

Once all introductions have been made and your luggage loaded on your luxury air-conditioned touring vehicle, your journey begins!

Enjoy a Croke Park Stadium Tour. While its size is certainly impressive, there is much more to appreciate about this remarkable destination. During this exclusive tour, you will gain fascinating insights into the inner workings of Croke Park, from the secrets behind its impeccably maintained grass to the pivotal events in Irish history that have taken place within its walls. Led by our enthusiastic and knowledgeable Tour Guides, you will embark on an unforgettable journey through Ireland's beloved national stadium.

Visit Guinness Storehouse. With an address at the world-famous St. James's Gate. Here you will tour the world-renowned brewery and enjoy a perfect complimentary pint of Guinness in the Gravity Bar — located at the top of a glass tower that commands spectacular views of Dublin City.

Evening free in Ireland's capital city also known as "Fair City", Dublin City is a treasure trove of historic buildings and famous landmarks, including the Ha'Penny Bridge, the General Post office, and the modern addition to O'Connell Street; The Spire of Dublin.

Tonight you will overnight at The Green Hotel. Set in a Georgian townhouse in the heart of Dublin City, The Green Hotel is a stylish, classic hotel with state-of-the-art facilities and amenities.



Day 2 - Sun, Jun 9, 2024

Enjoy a visit to EPIC: The Irish Emigration Museum. Voted, recently, as "Europe's Leading Tourist Attraction", this museum tour tells the story behind the millions of people who fled, or were forced from, Ireland over the past three centuries. Located in Dublin's Docklands.

Visit Trinity College. Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I on the site of an Augustinian monastery. See the Book Of Kells. The book, which is housed in Trinity College, is the most richly decorated of Ireland's medieval illuminated manuscripts. It contains the four gospels in Latin. Some dyes used were imported from as far as the Middle East.

Visit Pearse Lyons Distillery. Learn all about the whiskey-making heritage of The Lyons family. Having moved from Ireland to Kentucky in 1976, to work at the Gems Whisky distillery, they've come back to take the Irish whiskey scene by storm. Take in the impressive Trilogy Tasting Experience at their distillery, located in the former Church of St. James.

Tonight you will overnight at The Green Hotel



Day 3 - Mon, Jun 10, 2024

Depart for Kilkenny via Kildare

On leaving Dublin you will enter Kildare and travel on via "The Curragh" a flat open plain of common land, the home of the Irish Defence Forces and world-renowned for Irish horse racing, breeding, and training

Visit Kilkenny Castle. This imposing structure dominates the skyline of Kilkenny City. It has been an important site since Strongbow constructed the first building; a wooden tower, in the 12th century. William the Earl Marshall built the first stone castle on the site, in 1260.

Visit Jerpoint Abbey. Developed in the 1160s close to the sizeable community of Newtown Jerpoint, which has a parish church and a stone bridge crossing the River Nore.

Afternoon free in Kilkenny City. As you walk the medieval streets of Kilkenny, you might want to visit the Kilkenny Design Centre or take time for a pint of Smithwicks, an Irish Red Ale brewed in Kilkenny.

Tonight you will overnight & dine at Newpark Hotel Kilkenny. Located in the stunning, quaint city of Kilkenny, this upmarket hotel is brimming with luxury and charm.



Day 4 - Tue, Jun 11, 2024

Journey south to Cork. 

Visit The Rock of Cashel. Rising dramatically from the grassy plains of county Tipperary. This was the seat of kings and medieval bishops for 900 years and flourished until the early 17th century. Brian Ború was crowned King of Munster here in 977, before becoming High King of Ireland in 1002.

Enjoy the breathtaking views of the Golden Vale, the name given to some of Ireland's finest rolling pastureland, and the Galtee Mountains on the Tipperary/Limerick border. Cross the River Blackwater and you are now in County Cork, known as "The Rebel County".

Travel on to the village of Blarney

Visit Blarney Castle. Built on this site in 1446 by Dermot McCarthy. You will have the chance to kiss the legendary Blarney Stone. You will also have an opportunity to shop at Blarney Woollen Mills, boasting a huge selection of Irish arts, crafts & produce.

Continue on to Cork City

Tonight you will overnight at Imperial Hotel Cork. A landmark of Cork City since 1810. One of the few four-star boutique hotels in the city.




Day 5 - Wed, Jun 12, 2024

Depart for Cobh Town. Situated on the southern shores of Great Island in Cork Harbour, this historic town was known as Queenstown until 1920. Cobh is most famous for being the unintentional final port of call for the RMS Titanic, before it sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on 15 April 1912.

Visit Titanic Experience Cobh. Take a journey through the exhibits and learn about life on-board the ill-fated vessel. Visit the original pier where she said her last goodbye.

Visit Spike Island. A five-minute ferry ride from the town of Cobh, County Cork, Spike Island has been home to a monastery, a fortress and, most recently, a prison.

Return to  Cork City

Tonight you will overnight at Imperial Hotel Cork. 



Day 6 - Thu, Jun 13, 2024

Depart for the world-famous Killarney Town, on the edge of Killarney National Park.

Travel via the valley of the River Lee as you make your journey west to the “county bounds” under the wild Derrynasaggart Mountains, sometimes referred to as the Cork/Kerry Mountains and made famous in the ballad – “Whiskey in the Jar”.

Visit the Gap Of Dunloe. Found between the Purple Mountain and the MacGillycuddy Reeks, the Gap Of Dunloe is a narrow mountain pass that starts at Kate Kearney's Cottage and descends into the Black Valley.

Tonight you will overnight at Randles Hotel. Offering four-star luxury, just a five-minute walk from Killarney Town Centre in County Kerry.



Day 7 - Fri, Jun 14, 2024

This morning, after breakfast you will journey north to Dublin. 

Pass through the Golden Vale. A pastureland of incredibly fertile soil, in Ireland's most fertile region, the Golden Vale (in counties Tipperary, Cork and Limerick) is a framer's dream. The lowland regions are renowned for producing some of the highest quality dairy farming grass on earth.

Evening in Ireland's capital city also known as "Fair City", Dublin City is a treasure trove of historic buildings and famous landmarks, including the Ha'Penny Bridge, the General Post office, and the modern addition to O'Connell Street; The Spire of Dublin. Spend some free time in Ireland's capital city also known as "Fair City", Dublin City is a treasure trove of historic buildings and famous landmarks, including the Ha'Penny Bridge, the General Post office, and the modern addition to O'Connell Street; The Spire of Dublin.

Tonight you will overnight at The Green Hotel



Day 8 - Sat, Jun 15, 2024

Meet your driver-guide at the agreed time in the lobby of your hotel and make the short journey to Dublin Airport.

We would advise that you arrive at the airport 3 hours prior to your international flight to allow you sufficient time for a stress-free check-in.

Depart on your return flight home with wonderful vacation memories!


Tour Prices

Tour Price (Per person)

Price: $2,250 per person*

Deposit: $400.00 per person*


*Flight is not included


Payment Terms

2024 Private Tours Payment and Cancellation Policy:


Small adjustments such as skipping out on events are possible.  Please let us know as soon as possible if you feel you may want to skip something.  No major changes are able to made at this time.


The full balance is due at time of purchase.  Full amount including $400 deposit will be refunded if we are unable to execute tour. 


Credit cards will incur a 2.7%-3.5% fee depending on type of credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express..etc).  If you choose to do ACH (direct bank transfer) then only a .30 cent fee will be charged.  It is recommended to utilize ACH.  


Cancelations are only authorized for extreme circumstances that will be approved on a case by case basis.  If we are unable to execute the tour, the full amount including $400 deposit will be refunded.

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