SCOTLAND + IRELAND - 11 Nights / 12 Days
  • Economy class airfare & taxes
  • Accommodation
  • Daily breakfast at hotel
  • Round trip transfers seat in coach basis
  • Sight seeings as mentioned
  • New Zealand Tourist Visa
  • All transfers and tours as mentioned in the itinerary

Indicative Itinerary

Day 1 : Edinburgh

Arrive Scotland , Welcome to Scotland, on arrival transfer to the hotel rest of the day is at leisure overnight at hotel. Day is at free .

Day 2 : Edinburgh

Edinburgh has been the Capital of Scotland since the 15th Century and stands proudly on seven hills creating the dramatic skyline of this lively cosmopolitan city. Compare Edinburgh's Old Town, to the elegant Georgian New Town with its three main streets and a square at either end. Hear about the hangings that took place in the Grassmarket as you marvel at the impenetrable Castle Rock above you and hear about the attempts to capture Edinburgh Castle. Tour highlights include the Edinburgh Castle, Palace of Holy rood House, the historic Royal Mile and Our Dynamic Earth. See the Royal Mile which joins Edinburgh Castle to the Palace of Holyrood House. Overnight at the hotel

Day 3 : Edinburgh - Inverness

Breakfast, The vehicle will pick you up from the hotel lobby for the onward to Inverness. First stop is at St.Andrews, continue to Dundee, Free time at Lakes and beached for ½ an hr. Visions of highland games, golf, haggis, remote islands, tartans and fine malt whisky come to life as you tour the countryside. The Whisky Trail passes little Highland villages en route to the Glenfiddich or similar Distillery, where you sample the famous "water of life".Cawdor Castle, the place Shakespeare had in mind when he wrote Macbeth is nearby. The battle of Culloden was fought near Inverness. Stay at Culloden House, a gracious ivy clad Georgian mansion. The house's history includes spies, sieges, high chieftains and romance. (B).

Day 4 : Inverness – Isle of Sky – Inverness

Explore the romantic Isle of Skye on a full-day trip from Inverness. Taking in spectacular Highland scenery, your tour passes Loch Ness and the ruins of Eilean Donan Castle before reaching Skye, where gnarly mountain peaks and hillsides swathed in purple heather are framed by soft, sandy beaches. Enjoy lunch in Broadford and walks around Loch Slappin and the Strathaird Peninsula. Before returning to Inverness, pass the gorgeous little island of Eilean Ban. Overnight in Inverness

Day 5 : Inverness – Glasgow

From Inverness we will make our way to Loch Ness, Loch Ness will provide wonderful views at every turn. We'll drive the entire length of Loch Ness stopping so you can visit Urquhart Castle and take a monster spotting cruise Next we'll enter brooding Glen Coe. There is a stop in the heart of the Glen so you can enjoy the spectacular surroundings for ourselves. Our crossing of the Ballachulish Bridge will bring us to Fort William. which sits in the shadow of Ben Nevis. The majestic beauty of the Great Glen is next – Loch Lochy, Loch Oich and finally, Boat ride is optional. Overnight in Glasgow.

Day 6 : Glasgow – Belfast

Early breakfast , Panoramic Glasgow city tour and continue to station to catch the train for Stranraer. On arrival at Stranraer station, transfer to the Cairryan ferry terminal and transfer to Belfast. On arrival at Belfast port transfer to hotel, Continue with Belfast sightseeings and transfer to Hotel in late evening . Overnight at hotel.

Day 7 : Belfast – Dublin

Early breakfast, checkout from Belfast hotel to Causeway , 1-2 hrs free at causeway, straight drive from cause to Dublin . Dublin city tour as convenient evening . transfer to Capital city of Ireland DUBLIN on arrival check-into hotel rest of the day is at leisure and overnight at hotel.

Day 8 : Dublin – Killarney

Today post breakfast transfer to Killarney via Limerick Limerick has a long list of attractions and exciting activities for people of all ages and interests. From exploring King John's Castle in the heart of the city's medieval district to tracing Frank McCourt's footsteps on an Angela's Ashes walking tour, to mountain biking in Bally houra there is something for everyone. Overnight at Killarney. You can always enjoy a relaxing cruise on the River Shannon, take in a game of golf or a rugby match in Thomond Park Stadium or try your hand at angling, horse-riding, swimming and more.

Day 9 : Killarney

There is an unspoilt nature to Ireland's most beautiful region and the Ring of Kerry provides many unforgettable memories as it passes through many picturesque villages such as Glenbeigh, Waterville and Sneem. Your way to Killarney is via Ladies View, the famous Lakes of Killarney and through the Oakwoods of Killarney's magnificent National Park. Overnight at Killarney.

Day 10: Killarney – Waterford

Post breakfast Leave Killarney and travel for Cork stopping off in Blarney where you may like to visit Blarney Castle. The castle is famous for its Blarney Stone, which has the traditional power of conferring eloquence on all who kiss it. The word 'Blarney' means pleasant talk, intended to deceive without offending. Continue on to Waterford - Waterford City itself is a fine example of a walled city. The walled city withstood siege on several occasions in the past but fell to the Normans in 1170 AD. It prospered under the Normans and emerged as the second city of Ireland after Dublin. The city was the chief port of Ireland throughout the middle ages. Check into the Faithlegg House Hotel and after some refreshments visit the many attractions around the great port city of Waterford.

Day 11: Waterford – Rosslare / Rosslare – Fishguard - Cardiff

Post breakfast check-out from hotel and transfer to Rosslare Ferry terminal and transfer to Fishguard ferry terminal. On arrival at Fishguard terminal transfer to Cardiff Overnight in Cardiff.

Day 12 : Cardiff – London

Post breakfast proceed to London and take a stop at Bath make it one of the UK's most attractive cities and put it firmly at the top of many tourists' itineraries. Just an hour from London, the historic city takes its name from its once world renowned Roman Baths, fed by the region's natural hot springs, but garners equal acclaim for its stately Georgian townhouses and Palladian arcades, all fashioned from striking golden colored stone. The ancient Roman spa complex, now housing the hugely popular Roman Baths Museum, is one of the city's principal attractions. Continue to Stonehenge .. Enroute visit Windsor Castle, the largest working castle in the world that is still occupied by monarchy. For over 900 years, since William the Conqueror built a wooden fortress here, this has been a royal home and fortress. Queen Elizabeth spends a month at Easter, a week in June and most weekends at Windsor. This is also where she often hosts State Dinners for international dignitaries and entertains those she has knighted into the Order of the Garter (that's Sir to you and I). St George's Chapel is a working chapel and many royal weddings and funerals have occurred here; the Queen Mother and Henry VIII are buried in the chapel. Coach leaves you at London.