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2022 – Walk With Me Are Back On The Road Again

As we emerge from the fog of the Coronavirus epidemic, the team at Walk With Me Day Tours are preparing to hit the road again for the 2022 Season. Mary and Ray managed to survive the last two years without contracting the virus, remain healthy, are full of energy and are ready to go again.

It has been a quiet couple of years for tourism in Ireland but following the recent lifting of travel restrictions and other controls, it is time to get back to doing what we do best showcasing our beautiful country on our bespoke and customised daily and multi-day private tours throughout Ireland.

Roundstone Connemara

Both Mary and Ray have availed of the period over the last two years to update their current tours and explore new off-the-beaten path hidden gems such as The Bridges of Ross in County Clare, Loop Head Lighthouse, Inishnee Coastal Walk near Roundstone in Connemara and the fabulous West Quarter Walk on Inisbofin Island. These are just a few of the special places to visit on your tour with Walk With Me and can easily be included in the itinerary for your visit to Ireland.

The classic touring routes that Mary and Ray favour such as the remote Beara Peninsula, the ever popular Dingle Peninsula and the many wonders of the Ring of Kerry combined with the mystique of the Skellig Ring are not to be missed when touring with us at Walk With Me.

Walk With Me Day Tours will continue to offer a variety of Shore Excursions to the cruise ships that are set to return this year to our shores after an absence of two seasons. All our international airports are open for business to welcome people to Ireland and in this regard we can meet you at your point of arrival and return you safe and sound for your trip home.

So, start planning your trip. Contact us through our website www.walkwithme.ie and we will be delighted to help you with your preparations to ensure you have a great vacation in Ireland. The year 2022 also marks the centenary of Irish Independence, the foundation of the Irish State and a great historical year to come and visit.

Check out the weather in Killarney

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