Monday, March 26, 2012

Discover Ireland Through the Camera Lens on Celtic Dream Tour

The magical Emerald Isle provides endless possibilities for photo-ops from cosmopolitan city views and small villages with thatched-roofed cottages to majestic cliffs and emerald green hillsides dappled with castle ruins. Discover Ireland through the camera lens on our Celtic Dream Tour:

Take a panoramic tour of Dublin which shows the statue filled O'Connell St., elegant Georgian Houses and Trinity College. See the city from above at the Guinness Storehouse rooftop bar.

Enjoy free time to browse the quint town of Kilkenny.

Lakes of Killarney
The Lakes of Killarney are a renowned scenic attraction located near Killarney, County Kerry, in Ireland.

Dingle Peninsula
Enjoy the scenic beauty for which this region is renowned and made famous by such movies as “Ryan's Daughter” and “Far & Away.” See the long, sandy stretches of Inch Strand and admire views across the bay to the Iveragh Peninsula. See beehive huts where early Christian monks lived and visit Gallarus Oratory, dating from the 8th century. Stop for some free time in Dingle and drive up the Conor Pass for panoramic views before returning to Killarney.

Cliffs of Moher
The Cliffs of Moher, in County Clare, are one of Ireland’s top Visitor attractions, with close to 1 million visitors per year. A visit to this majestic natural wonder will and you’ll know why. The Cliffs stand 702 feet high at its highest point, stretching roughly 5 miles, offering breathtaking views of the beauty of Ireland’s west coast and the sheer power of the Atlantic Ocean. Even on a calm day, the great ocean waves ceaselessly pound the shore with white surf continually showing white surf at the base of the cliffs.

Rathbaun Farm
If you are looking for a traditional Irish experience, plan a visit to Rathbaun Farms in County Galway. Here you’ll learn about traditional farming methods, watch the resident border collie herd sheep and chat over tea and scones.

Have your cameras ready as you tour scenic and historic Donegal. Visit Glenveagh Castle and National Park. Watch out for the Golden Eagles.

Giants Causeway

The Giant's Causeway, the source of legends of gigantic proportions, is a 50 to 60 million year old landmark of Ireland’s natural and mystical beauty. Located in County Antrim, the Causeway was named the  fourth greatest natural wonder of the United Kingdom and is the most popular tourist attraction in Northern Ireland.

These are just a few of the fantastic opportunities for photographers to view Ireland through a camera lens on the Celtic Dream Tour of Ireland with Celtic Tours World Vacations

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