Perched on the edge of the Atlantic, Ireland’s rugged west coast is a journey through hundreds of islands, enchanting peninsulas and fjords, soaring cliffs, crumbling castles and discover unique flora and fauna. Blessed with fine weather, we hope to land at UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Skelligs, which host a 6th century beehive hut monastery and an expansive colony of puffins and gannets. Hike through spectacular scenery and explore rarely-visited, forgotten islands and an ancient culture of storytelling, mythology and life intertwined with the Atlantic.

  • Hike some of the world’s most breathtaking coastal cliff landscapes, home to huge colonies of nesting seabirds such as gannets, puffins and guillemots
  • Discover remarkable archaeological ruins dating back 6,000 years
  • Tuck into a unique west coast meal cooked from freshly caught fish and locally-grown-and-foraged produce
  • Enjoy an authentic “trad session” of traditional music played by local musicians

When: 13- 26 May 2022

Price guide: £7,045 per person (based on twin cabin private facilities) with limited time early booking discount

Booking deadline: Available for new bookings only, deposited by 31 January 2022 or until sold out