Ride through Ireland, to the beautiful town of Killarney for Irish Bike fest. Hear the craic, enjoy the friendly atmosphere, and some of the most beautiful biking roads Ireland has to offer.
12 days, approximately 865 miles plus rideouts
25 May to 5 June 2020
Guided by April and Mick Goodwin
This 12 day tour takes you through some of the most spectacular scenery that Ireland has to offer. We will take in the route of the Wild Atlantic Way, visit both Belfast and Dublin, the Giant’s Causeway, the Bushmills whiskey distillery, the Cliffs of Moher and the Ring of Kerry.
Arrive in Belfast and transfer to our comfortable city hotel. Enjoy a welcome evening meal and meet up with your fellow travellers and tour guides.
A day to relax and explore the wonderful cultural heritage of Belfast. Visit the Titanic museum or see where Game of Thrones is filmed. Relax and enjoy some traditional Irish music
Today we collect our bikes and head north to visit the Giant’s Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage site. We will stop in at Bushmills, Ireland’s oldest working whiskey distillery. We continue along the north coast to end our day in Donegal. 158 miles
Today we pick up the Wild Atlantic Way as we travel down the west coast and head for Galway City. Explore the cafes, boutiques and art galleries along the winding lanes of the Latin Quarter. It shouldn’t be too hard to find a bar serving up live traditional music. 170 miles
Day 6 & 7
We will spend 3 nights at the Irish Bikefest in Killarney. As well as all the fun of the activities in Killarney there will be optional rides around the beautiful Ring of Kerry and to Blarney castle to kiss the Blarney stone.
After the fun of Bikefest we hit the road again, heading east through County Cork to arrive in the seaport city of Waterford. Waterford is Ireland’s oldest city, being founded by the Vikings in 914 A.D. In the evening you can explore the ancient city walls . 130 miles
From Waterford we head north through the beautiful Wicklow Mountains to Dublin’s fair city, where we will spend 2 nights. 125 miles
A free day to explore Dublin, Ireland’s capital city. Stroll along the famous Liffey, visit the Guinness brewery, the numerous museums and galleries and of course the famous city pubs that serve Guinness, good food and live music.
Our final day of riding. We will head north from Dublin to Belfast, following the east coast. 145 miles
It’s time to say goodbye to the fair Emerald Isle and fly home. Until the next time!
Irish Bike Fest guided motorcycle tours Ireland 2020 prices
|Prices Per Person:||With M/C Hire|
|Rider and Pillion, Shared Room||£2655 ($3535)|
|Solo Rider, Shared Room||£3450 ($4590)|
|Solo Rider, Single Room||£4510 ($5998)|
|Prices Per Person:||BYOB*|
|Rider and Pillion, Shared Room||£1865|
|Solo Rider, Shared Room||£2020|
|Solo Rider, Single Room||£3040|
*BYOB = Bring your own bike price
What’s Included: Harley-Davidson rental (other bikes also available), all hotels (including breakfasts), fuel and oil, support vehicle and friendly tour guides!
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