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County Wicklow

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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 4,377 reviews

We couldn’t have asked for a better day tour, I do encourage everyone reading to book this experience, it is really one of a kind. We went on several day tours around Ireland, but this one was hands down the best. Our guide Jess was super friendly, easy-going and she provided us with some insightful and compelling information about all the places we were visiting that made the trip much more pleasurable. You are going to visit some charming towns and some breathtaking landscapes, all the while going through the depths of the country. Also, if you are sitting on the fence about the sheep dog demonstration thing, I was in the same position as you but it turned out to be the highlight of the day, it left me speechless. The shepherd Mick even brought out his little puppies for everyone to pet. I would’ve paid double for everything that we did, the price is next to nothing compared to the value and the ample satisfaction that we came away with.

If you don't have much time in Dublin but want to see the countryside, this is a great option! I would have loved more time to hike around Glendalough, but it was still nice to see the chapel in the valley

Except the weather..the trip was excellent..our tour guide Richard and was really good in explaining everything around.

Much better then expected, the view was spectacular and the dog sheep demonstration was unbelievable.

Great experience. Really like our guide Jess. It’s good to know bit of Ireland history.