Relax and see Ireland with Dove Chauffeur Drive
Executive chauffeurdriven vacations in Ireland with Dave Hogan and Dovechauffeurdrive
For your own especially designed Tour of the Republic of Ireland/West and South west

Monday, October 15, 2012

    Planning ChauffeurdrivenVacations in Ireland for 2013        

A morning stroll in the National Forest Park in Killarney

A view back down the valley from the Gap of Dunloe

Looking back up at the famous Gap, from below, a mountain Gorge carved out of the rock by a glacier during the ice age.

A golden eagle circling  in the clear blue skies over the Kerry mountains.

I never tire of Irish rainbows. Maybe i will find that crock of gold yet.....but then i think i may have found it already. Just looking at the photos above makes me feel blessed that i do what i do and that i know that i will never be bored while travelling through such wonderful countryside.

The next best thing to living in Ireland is  holidaying in Ireland and i will be designing an assortment of special trips and tours for the coming year, so make sure to keep tuned in to my Blog and Website. I am finding that increasing numbers of American tourists are focusing on the West and Southwest with a couple of days in Dublin. I will be offering tours for varying amounts of days to fit all tastes. Spending anything from 4 to 8 days in the West and Southwest can be very fulfilling and rewarding, especially when you have someone with experience to plan it for you. Following the wrong advice leads to a lot of wasted time. When you only have a few days you do not want to waste any of it. Not only is it important to know what is most important to see but it is equally important to know how to navigate your route. You will cover more in a week when travelling with us than you would in two weeks driving yourself. If you have a driver then you need someone who knows the country inside out, someone who was born and reared here and not only knows the geography but the history, the culture, the music, the politics, the religion, and of course the best places to stay, to eat, and to be entertained. Yes, the pubs are also important.

Make sure to keep following as i will be posting further information over the next few weeks.