Ireland Scout Adventure Tour

The Itinerary for 'The Ireland Scout Adventure Tour' is a tried and tested tour that works well for medium to large groups of students who
are interested in the Irish outdoors and wish to experience the historical and living culture of the ancient land of Ireland. The tour starts in Shannon airport and ends at Dublin Airport enabling the group to experience day tours to the Cliffs of Moher & Connemara, visits to Cork City, Waterford City, the medieval city of Kilkenny and of course Dublin where the leaders can let their hair down and get in some last minute shopping.
Accommodation is in hostels hand-picked from the best city hostels and incorporating 2 nights stay in a medieval castle hostel ensuring an authentic and not-to-forget unique Irish experience. Signpost Tours would only be too happy to provide references from previous groups who have taken 'The Ireland Scout Adventure Tour'.

At a Glance

  • 10 day tour Shannon-Dublin Airport
  • Ideal for Scout/Guide/Student Groups
  • Professional Driver/Guide
  • Hostel Accommodation
  • Tried & Tested

Tour Highlights

Dublin City

Dublin is the capital city and home to almost one-third of the population of the Republic of Ireland. It is by far the largest city on the island and is growing apace with some estimates suggesting that the current population of 1.3 million could grow to 2 million over the next 20 years!

Ailwee Caves

The Burren is rich in limestone caves but the Ailwee caves are the only commercially run caves, though speleologists may prefer to find their own holes(!). Discovered by a local farmer , Jack McGann, in 1944!


Connemara is the Ireland of your dreams: lakes, mountains, pretty cottages, fast flowing streams and friendly people, a wild and wonderful place. The name Connemara was originally Conmaicnemara, or "the tribe of Cormac by the sea", given by the ancient Gaelic tribes.


Dingle (An Daingean), the most westerly town in Europe, is the chief town of the peninsula and an excellent centre for the visitor.

Dingle Peninsula

The western end of the Dingle Peninsula, and its offshore islands, preserve a great many ancient monuments, many of which are in state care. They include some fine iron Age fortifications such ad Dunmore and Dunbeg; beehive huts (of various dates) used probably for secular purposes, including pilgrimage shelters, and forming settlements....


Blarney just 8km (5 miles) from Cork City is set in beautiful wooded countryside, it is an ideal base to visit the many wonderful sights of Cork and Kerry. Steeped in history and magical charm, Blarney village offers the visitor a host of wonderful things to do and places to discover.

Cork City Gaol

The Cork City Goal has been restored as a highly exciting visitor attraction which set out to tell the visitor what life was like there for prisoners in the 19th century.