Need some help & advice before booking a tour?

  • Pricing
    • The price is per vehicle, not per person.
    • A tour can be extended beyond the standard 8 hours at an hourly rate.
  • What's included in the price?
    • Private Driver/Tour Guide, fully licensed and police vetted.
    • Air-conditioned Vehicle, Fuel, Road tolls and parking charges.
    • Bottled water.
    • Hand sanatizer.
  • What's not included in the price?
    • Admission fees.
    • Food and drinks.
  • Where do we collect our guests?
    • From your accommodation (Hotel, Guest House, Airbnb or private residence) in Dublin, Meath (Trim, Navan and Kells) and Louth (Drogheda and Dundalk).
    • From Dublin Airport.
    • From Cruise Ships at Dublin Port.
  • What are the options for lunch?
    • There is a cafe at the Brú na Bóinne Visitors Centre for a light lunch.
    • Maguires cafe on the Hill of Tara is a great location for a light lunch.
    • The Conyngham Arms in Slane for a full lunch in a restored 18th Century coaching inn.
    • Lunch is not included in the tour price.
  • What's at Brú na Bóinne?
    • Brú na Bóinne is a UNESCO World Heritage site which includes the 5,000 year old megalithic passage tombs at Newgrange and Knowth.
    • Allow 2 hours for a Newgrange visit, allow 3 hours for a Newgrange and Knowth visit.
    • Tickets are released 30 days in advance and are subject to availability.
    • We can’t guarantee entry until the tickets are purchased.
    • Newgrange and Knowth can only be accessed on a shared tour with official guides.
  • Can the itinerary be changed?
    • It’s a private tour so the itinerary can be customized at time of booking or on the day of the tour.
    • A tour can be extended beyond the standard 8 hours at an hourly rate.
    • The itinerary can be changed to suit weather conditions on the day of a tour.
  • Can a custom tour be created?
    • A custom bespoke tour can be arranged, contact us to discuss options and pricing.
    • We can create an ancestry tour, visiting places your ancestors lived.
  • What Clothing and Footware?
    • Wear suitable shoes for walking on grass/uneven ground.
    • Wear layered clothing and bring a rain jacket, umbrellas supplied if needed.
  • What to expect weatherwise?
    • The weather in Ireland is mild, moist and changeable with frequent rain.
    • Many winters have little or no snow, some winters can have a cold spell with snow lying for a week or two.
    • While the average winter high temperature is 8°C (47°F), on some days the temperature may not get above 2°C or 3°C (35°F or 37°F).
    • During the summer months the temperature may rise well above the 19°C (67°F) average high, temperatures can reach 25°C (77°F).
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