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Sightseeing tours in Carlow, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford
http://kilkennytradtrail.net/
Take one of our Traditional Irish Music Tours around the centre of Ireland's most historic city, Kilkenny. Over two hours, follow two professional musicians as the tour winds along Kilkenny city-centre streets between a number of Kilkenny's iconic traditional public houses. At each venue the musical guides will treat you to an unrivalled music session while explaining the origins, instruments and influences of the time-honoured music tradition in Ireland. The tour takes place every Thursday, Friday and Saturday during July. Every Friday and Saturday during June, July, August and September. Leaves from Bollards Bar and Bistro, Kierans St, Kilkenny @ 7pm. Tickets available from 6.30pm at Bollards.
http://kilkennytradtrail.net/
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http://www.paddywagontours.com/
Paddywagon Tours specialise in guided tours of Ireland. All tour drivers are all 100% Irish and are committed to giving their passengers a 100% Irish holiday experience. You can choose from a number of exciting and fun-filled day tours, 4-day tours of the south west of Ireland, New Years tours, and even backpacker guided tours. Paddywagon offer Free Dublin Airport Bus Transfers for all our guests who book a tour or stay in their downtown luxury hostel. If you are on a budget and interested in adventure and fun and want to see all the different and diverse sides of Ireland, then you will love our 1,3,6 & 10 Day action packed tours of Ireland. The legendary Paddywagons (a luxury sparkling Green Mercedes Midi-coach, driven by highly intelligent, experienced and traned Irish guides) travel North or South; 3 days, one week or two, all year round. They don’t hibernate for winter like most other tour companies. Experience the majestic splendour of the cliffs of Moher to magic and the Giants Causeway, the lonely silence of the Burren, the beat off the bodhrán; from relaxing in a hot seaweed bath to swimming with dolphins, not to mention the Guinness Brewery, Belfast, Galway! All in one unbeatable, all-inclusive price. Accommodation in the best genuine Irish hostels, breakfast, all entry fees and all travel is included. The independent traveller wins again!
http://www.paddywagontours.com/
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http://www.seapaddling.com/
SeaPaddling.com offer sea kayak tours along Waterford's Copper Coast and is based just outside Tramore, County Waterford. Seapaddling.com allows you the opportunity to kayak on the most beautiful stretch of the Irish coastline. The spectacular sea arches and caves of Waterford's Copper Coast are accessible to anyone who can sit in a kayak with a spirit of adventure! No experience is required as the trips are all instructor led and all safety equipment is provided. In addition to our guided half-day trips they also offer introductory Irish Canoe Union kayaking courses for paddlers aged 14 years and upwards. Their sea kayaking courses are designed to make you a better paddler. Courses are tailored for those interested in learning sea kayaking basics, those who want to improve their paddling skill level and for those who intend to be responsible for others on the water whether as professional or recreational paddlers. Courses are approved by the Irish Canoe Union and certificates are issued upon the completion of each course. Activities include: Guided tours / Water sports accessories / Private tuition / Corporate paddles / Expeditions
http://www.seapaddling.com/
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http://www.slaneyadventure.com/
Kayak the beautiful Slaney river whilst discovering vast flora and fauna and immense history with highly qualified ex Irish freestyle kayakers. Catering for individuals and groups, Slaney Adventure have a combined 40 years experience in kayaking. All equipment is supplied and catering for both the beginner and advanced kayaker. Slaney Adventure is based in the South East of Ireland, providing an excellent service with the lowest price guaranteed. If you have a group and want to reduce your transport costs, we will look at a location nearest to you.
http://www.slaneyadventure.com/
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http://www.southeastcoastalwalks.ie
Offering panoramic coastal walks in the South East from the Hook, Kilmore Quay, Carnsore Point, St Helens, Rosslare etc. Our aim is to offer 1.5/2 hr guided relaxed walks with local info on history and flora and fauna, followed by tasty lunch. Walks and Lunch €20. Walk only €10. Transport €10 extra from Wexford Tourist Office. Walks on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Ring Catherine 086.1508498
http://www.southeastcoastalwalks.ie
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http://tramorebiketours.com
A guided bike tour of the Tramore region, using top of the range mountain bikes. This tour is at your pace, bringing you to spectacular locations. There are some off-road routes around nearby lakes and through forests providing some excitement to the trip. The Copper Coast and some secluded beach and cliffside settings are visited in a healthy and active fashion.
http://tramorebiketours.com
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http://www.wsvrailway.ie/
Experience the beauty of the Suir Valley from a period carriage as you take in the panoramic views of the river,and rolling farmland of Waterford and across the river to County Kilkenny. The track runs mostly along the picturesque banks of the River Suir offering views of the world famous Mount Congreve Gardens. This is an area rich in history and only accessible by train. The rolling stock includes a restored Simplex Locomotive, which had an arduous working life in the peat industry in the North of England and Scotland. It was also used in excavating the Channel Tunnel. It now pulls two partially open carriages travelling at 15km per hour and can accommodate up to 90 passengers. The journey time is approximately 50 minutes. The railway is currently operated by a volunteer crew. It opens from April to the 30th September for the summer season. It is popular with both locals and tourists and appeals to people of all ages. All facilities at the Waterford and Suir Valley Railway are wheelchair accessible.
http://www.wsvrailway.ie/
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