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Celtic Charm Caravan

For more than 20 years, we’ve seen large groups of travelers tour Europe in buses. But we  noticed that there’s a sector of travelers who want to tour more independently and there were no agencies that offered this service. Our CLASSIC and SOFT Caravans include a CaravanConcierge (tour leader) from arrival to departure, a daily preprogramed GPS and a prepaid cell phone to reach the CaravanConcierge at any time. We tour with a minimum of eight and a maximum of twenty travelers.

So, we’ve moved away from the  traditional bus tours by giving everyone their own car to use while exploring the country. Prior to departure, travelers receive a Road Book with all the applicable information of your destination, including maps, GPS coordinates of each and every place you visit, service vouchers, and driving details for the destination.

But don’t worry, we still provide our travelers with all the necessary safety features like pre-paid cell phones, a programmed GPS and even some travel books.

At Lark Tours your Ireland Convertible Caravan, gives you the flexibility to see, smell, touch, hear and taste the sights in Europe for yourself will create a more memorable and luxurious experience.


There is a totally different experience of Ireland that awaits. A guided, but flexible to your personal itinerary, group car caravan. Ireland is just over twice the size of Maryland, and an enchanting destination for romantic souls with a love of history and genealogy, culture, dramatic scenery and amazing food and drink, and those just wanting to relax in its unspoiled scenery and beauty.

Ireland is a land that is symbolic of shamrocks, legends and leprechauns, all in a Gaelic language of its own.
The Emerald Isle’s legendary visual drama has fueled the imagination for centuries with its white-washed lighthouses perched on cliffs gnawed by a raging Atlantic, paint box colorful villages and fairytale castles, quaint tea rooms and cozy pubs …all accented with palettes of every green imaginable. Ireland is as charismatic and as it is mythical.

History can be found under just about very stone from prehistoric Stone Age ruins to medieval monastic marvels to the colorful political murals of Belfast and Derry.

Rainbows are as prolific as sheep, and lyrical expressions float in the air and on every street corner. The weather can be unpredictable, but their hospitality and humor are guaranteed to make you smile.

It’s pint sized capital Dublin, has a wealth of charm and wit along with ions of history and heritage all poured into a medieval castle, century old pubs and glamorous Georgian architecture. Foodies are flocking to the city radiating with exciting new culinary experiences.

The CELTIC CHARM Road 8 days / 7 nights From Dublin to Dublin


Dublin – Galway – Connemara Peninsula – Cliffs of Moher – Killarney – Dingle Peninsula – Blarney Castle – Cork – Waterford – Jerpoint – Kilkenny – Dublin


Day 1: Dublin – Galway (134 miles) Arrive at the Dublin Airport. Your MyWAY Concierge will be waiting with ample time and a smile to help you to get everything settled. Collect all your last-minute inside secrets on this beautiful route, pick up your car at the Avis desk and then off you go across the emerald green to the seaside port of Galway with its windy lanes of brightly colored houses and pubs. Galway is said to be one of Ireland’s most Irish towns. Overnight: Galway.


Day 2: Galway – Connemara Peninsula – Galway (98 miles) The very edge of Europe is also the wildest and most romantic area of Ireland– Connemara. Don’t miss Kylemore Abbey with its romantic (yet sad) history and a working sheep farm high in the Irish fjords to witness a demonstration of the dogs herding the sheep. Overnight: Galway.


Day 3: Galway – Cliffs of Moher – Killarney (164 miles) Take the picturesque route today south via small fishing villages to the spectacular Cliffs of Moher- a must for anyone visiting Ireland. Huge black cliffs skulking behind the mist from the Atlantic Ocean look out onto breathtaking views. Along the way, legend, history and folklore wax and wane in the ruins of ancient castles, forts and monasteries. Overnight: Killarney.


Day 4: Killarney – Dingle Peninsula – Killarney (108 miles) The Dingle Peninsula is a much quieter route than the Ring of Kerry. Here the word wild, rugged, untouched and sparse will follow you around every bend. Small villages, filled with cheerfully painted shops and pubs, dot the route around this lush peninsula from past to present. Overnight: Killarney.


Day 5: Killarney – Blarney Castle – Cork – Waterford (130 miles) Start your day in a mystical place around an ancient druidic settlement, one of Ireland’s oldest and most historic castles; Blarney. If you are a hearty soul, climb the ramparts of the castle walls and kiss the magic stone reputed to endow the “power of conferring eloquence” or better known as the “Gift of the Gab.” Nearby Cork offers the oldest market of its kind in Europe, the colorful English market, with an array of farmhouse cheeses to Irish artisan products. Enjoy a walk near the Atlantic or taste a swig of Irish heritage at the Jameson Whiskey factory. Overnight: Waterford.


Day 6: Waterford – Jerpoint – Kilkenny – Dublin (119 miles) Embarking today on a visual journey of “Glass with Class” you will learn the secrets of one of the most famous crystals of the world; Waterford. The imposing Abbey of Jerpoint, dating back from the late 12th century, will offer you a unique glimpse into the serene life of the Cistercian monks who once resided there. Kilkenny, with its cobbled lanes, secret passages and a thousand years of history is truly the heart and soul of medieval Ireland. Return your car to Avis counter at the Dublin airport and transfer into the city. Overnight: Dublin.


Day 7: Dublin Enjoy a day discovering all the highlights of Dublin, the Irish capital. Dublin doesn’t need to do much to impress you … Viking history, famous authors, elegant Georgian squares, gracious parks and gardens. By bike, or boat or just on foot- enjoy the friendliest city ever with a thousand years of history and an illustrious personality of wit and humor. Overnight: Dublin.


Day 8: Dublin – Departure The ride back to the airport is always too short, bringing to an end a fabulous vacation experience. Your memories are packed and the bags are checked. “Slán” to the CELTIC CHARM Road- MyWAY!