We specialize in wheelchair accessible travel planning to Ireland for:
Independent wheelchair accessible vacations
Family oriented vacations
Family Reunions & Ancestral Visits
Outdoor sporting and adventure holidays
Music, musicians and composers
Gastronomy, Pubs & Whiskey
Collections for collectors.
Day 1, Welcome to Dublin
Welcome to Dublin! Arrive at Dublin airport, meet your driver and transfer to your centrally located hotel in Dublin.
Day 2, Dublin to Cork
After a hearty Irish breakfast depart Dublin and enjoy the delightful scenery of Waterford and visit the world famous Waterford Crystal visitor center.
Day 3, Blarney Castle
The day begins in the wooded countryside and rolling hills with a tour at Blarney Castle and village. A short stroll through the grounds brings you to the Castle and the famous Blarney Stone (Is the Blarney Stone accessible? click here). Next visit The Old Jameson Distillery for a look into the romantic past at the fine art of Irish Whisky making. Now restored to its former glory, a guided tour of the distillery is the most authentic way to experience the true spirit of Ireland. Then on to Queenstown and the Titanic Trail, in the old town of Cobh. This entertaining and innovative walking tour has been operating every day since 1998. After a long day enjoy some free time in Cork before returning to your hotel.
Day 4, Killarney and Tralee
Leave Cork for Killarney and look round the town center including St. Mary's Cathedral. The cathedral was used as a hospital and shelter during the famine and is considered as the finest example of revised Gothic Revival in Ireland. Then arrive in Kerry’s capital town, Tralee and a panoramic view of sea and mountains stretching into the west. Tralee in the heart of Kerry, the coast, and the lakes and mountains of are all within arm's reach. Check into your hotel in Tralee for two nights.
Day 5, Dingle Peninsula
This morning visit the Dingle Peninsula with its magnificent views over the Atlantic Ocean. The Dingle Peninsula is perhaps the most intriguing and beautiful part of Ireland. With a population of about 1300 people Dingle has more than 50 pubs! The Dingle Peninsula is scattered with forts and pre-historic huts and spectacular scenery you will never forget.
Day 6, Limerick and Dublin
Spend the day in Limerick with origins back to a site settled by the Vikings in the 9th century. The treaty for William of Orange to surrender was signed in the city of Limerick and it has since been known as "City of the Broken Treaty." The attractions in Limerick county range from historic interest, River Shannon, Atlantic Ocean and world renowned golf courses. End the day in Dublin and check back into yourHotel foryour last two nights in Ireland.
Day 7, Dublin
A half day tour of Dublin in the morning followed by a free afternoon for independent activities. Trinity college in Dublin is Ireland’s most prominent university and is worth exploring. Founded in 1592 by a small group of Dublin citizens who obtained a royal charter from Queen Elizabeth I of England. It's famous scholars through the years include Samuel Beckett, Jonathan Swift and Oscar Wilde. Shopping is also nearby on Grafton Street, or explore O’ Connel Street and Temple bar for a drink in a traditional irish pub. Overnight Dublin
Day 8, Dublin departure
A leisurely morning before your short transfer to Dublin airport and your departure from filled with wonderful memories of your accessible vacation in Ireland.
If you choose a self-drive program our rates include your rental car with unlimited mileage,
basic collision coverage, and onboard GPS navigation system. Included in all our accessible vacation packages are: Wheelchair accessible
accommodations, daily full-breakfast at your hotel, hotel garage parking
fees, English speaking guides where noted,
local and goverment taxes, administration fees in Ireland and the
packages do not include:
International airfare, passports and visas, travel insurance, admissions
to attractions, gratuities to service staff, meals (except daily breakfast
at your hotels), supplemental vehicle damage insurance, rental vehicle
fuel, road tolls, maps, parking fees, fines, telephone and postage from
outside the USA. Items not mentioned specifically in the itinerary,
items of personal nature, unforeseen items outside the tour operators
The price of your Ireland program is influenced by your choice of hotels
(3 star, 4 star, 5 star) your dates of travel and the number of participants.
more details on rates, email Accessible Journeys