Day Trips From Dublin All Over Ireland For Groups Co. Kerry Road

Ireland’s Day Trips from Dublin for Groups

Day Trips

Ireland’s Best Day Trip Packages for Groups With Guide Included


Are you planning a visit to Dublin with your group and want to include a day trip to explore the many regions of Ireland? Take the hassle out of planning your own itinerary and let the local experts here at Celtic Group Hostels arrange the complete day trip package for you.


We provide a large number of package day trips for groups which include:

  • English Speaking driver/guides
  • Private modern coach exclusively for your group*
  • Tried and tested Itineraries featuring a great choice of visits
  • All visits included in the itinerary
  • Pick up / Drop off from your accommodation in Dublin


Whether you would like to explore one of Dublin’s suburbs, the Wicklow Mountains, the Boyne Valley with its Celtic treasures, admire the stunning cliffs, diverse wildlife and beautiful nature along the Wild Atlantic Way, or even travel up to Belfast and the Giant’s Causeway, we’ve got everything to suit all study groups.


In a hurry? Check out a quick overview of all the package day trips we offer. Got more time? Here's a snapshot of each day trips itinerary:

Itinerary overviews:

> North Coast Trip to Malahide & Howth

This trip combines two of Dublin’s most popular suburbs: Malahide with its medieval castle and the charming fishing village of Howth.

> Wicklow Mountains

Located just to the south of Dublin, the Wicklow Mountains are a natural treasure of mountains and lakes. There’s also Glendalough, the Valley of Two Lakes, with its ancient monastic site to discover.


> Celtic Tour of the Boyne Valley

The Boyne Valley in Ireland’s Ancient East is known for its many Celtic sites, such as the famous Hill of Tara or the Loughcrew Cairns. Discover Ireland’s ancient roots on this trip.


>  Cliffs of Moher and Galway City

The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most famous natural landmark. Located at the Heart of the Wild Atlantic Way, they offer a great view of the Atlantic Ocean. The Cliffs of Moher day trip now also includes a visit to Galway city, a true gem of Irish culture on the west coast. The “City of Tribes” will be a highlight of your visit to Ireland.


>: Wild Connemara on Ireland's West Coast

Connemara features some of the most beautiful nature on Ireland’s west coast. Discover this region full of myths and wild flora and fauna on this day trip. In 2020 the itinerary will be update and due to popular demand a stop at Galway City will be included before returning to Dublin.


>  Blarney and Rock of Cashel

Blarney Castle and the Rock of Cashel are two of Ireland’s most famous castles and both are impressive in their own right. This trip now also includes Cahir Castle, making this the perfect trip for groups interested in the medieval era.

> Belfast City Day Trip
After a short comfort stop enroute this tour will go directly to Belfast from 2019 allowing group's more time to explore this fascinating city and the Capital of Northern Ireland. Groups with an interest in Ireland's modern political history mustn't miss out on this day trip to Belfast.

>  Belfast and Titanic Experience

A day trip to Belfast is among the most popular things we book for our groups. Northern Ireland’s capital is especially interesting for groups wanting to learn about Irish history and politics.By popular demand, we now also offer a trip to Belfast which includes a visit to it's most popular attraction: the Titanic Experience. There, your group will learn all about the famous cruiser.


>  Giant’s Causeway and Game of Thrones

This one day trip transports groups to the very Northern point of Ireland and will take in some of the most breath-taking sights and scenery Northern Ireland has to offer. The tour includes entrance to Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge & Larrybane Quarry, Giant’s Causeway and at stop at Dunluce Castle.


If your group has a particular interest and would like to build their own tailored package day trip - this can be arranged – just let us know your requirements.

Useful Information

Operating Times

All year.


Notes for Group Leaders

Rarely, due to unforeseen circumstances such as extreme weather, some parts of the trip may be left out at the driver’s discretion. This mostly applies for visits which require driving on roads which should not be taken under adverse weather conditions, i.e. in the Wicklow or Mourne Mountains.

Departure Point

At your Dublin accommodation.


The Coast and Castle Tour starts at Dublin Bus Head Office, 59 Upper O'Connell Street, Dublin 1

*Also, this specific tour is public and the coach will be shared with other visitors

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