Luxury Tour to Torc Waterfalls, Ireland
Thursday, 3rd May 2018
Rhea and I knew exactly what we wanted. Objective 1: Escape Summer Objective 2: Embrace the nature. But how and where? Plan: Fly to Ireland. Breathe in the fresh seaside air. Relax. Romance. Some leisurely walks in the hills. Story: And we ended up climbing quaint stone steps to the most enchanted waterfalls in the world, surrounded by moss covered trees. Like a hidden gem. Tranquility all around, only the pure gushing water at play. Thank you Vibrant Holiday Destinations This was just what we needed. Conclusion: Every once a year, travel to just calm your senses!
Explore the Enchanting Waterfalls During Your Luxury Holiday to Ireland
The breathtaking beauty of Ireland and warm friendliness of the locals has made Ireland extremely popular with tourists for a relaxing holiday and as a honeymoon destination.
Located in the Northwestern Europe and next to United Kingdom, Ireland is a stunning island with incredibly rich heritage and medieval charm that is reflected through its various magnificent monuments and castles. With customized Ireland vacation, explore the popular cities of Belfast, Cork City, Killarney, Kilkenny, Dublin – capital of Ireland, and many others. Visit the three World Heritage Sites: Brú Na Bóinne, Skellig Michael and the Giant's Causeway.
A land of fairy tales, art, poem and pubs, embark on a private tour of Ireland to explore the stunning landscapes, enchanting waterfalls, spectacular mountains, splendid beaches, serene lakes, majestic castles, Neolithic monuments, art galleries and various other sightseeing spots that are a riveting sight to behold. A trip to Ireland is incomplete without experiencing its famous pub culture, exquisite cuisine, great shopping. Experience the many events and festivals held throughout the year during your trip such as the St. Patricks Day in March, several music festivals in September and Dublin Theatre Festival in October.
Best Waterfalls in Ireland
1. Torc Waterfall:
Book a luxury Torc Waterfall tour to enjoy the mesmerizing waterfall which is nestled at the base of Torc Mountain and is approximately 7 kilometers from Killarney Town. Cascading from a height of 70-80 feet, it’s especially bewitching after a heavy downpour. Encompassed in the lush green Killarney National park, it is a famous landmark of the Kerry Way walking tour, Ring of Kerry tour and hiking trail that begins from the base of the waterfall and includes climbing 100 steps ending at the top of the Torc Mountain which offers a spectacular view of the waterfall from the top, the beautiful lakes and surrounding picturesque scenery. Plan your custom Torc Waterfalls tours and spend some quality time with your friends and family. Location: Killarney, kerry
2. Powerscoat Waterfall:
Set in the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains and near the Powerscoat Estate, Powerscoat Waterfall is a majestic sight, cascading from a height of 398 feet. Surrounded by beech, oak, larch and pine trees that are more than 200 years old, enhance the magnificent charm of the waterfall. With a playground for children, a garden, beautiful sika deer park and the wonderful chaffinch, cuckoo, raven and the willow warbler hovering in the sky, make Powerscoat an ideal location for family picnics. Location: Enniskerry, Wicklow Timings: Jan/Feb/Nov/Dec 10.30am – 4.00pm (last admission – 3.30pm) Mar/Apr/Sept/Oct 10.30am – 5.30pm (last admission – 5pm) May/Jun/July/Aug 9.30am – 7.00pm (last admission – 6pm) Closed two weeks before Christmas
Best Time for Luxury Holiday in Ireland
Book a private tour to Ireland during summer season (June – September) which is a peak tourist season owing to mild weather, longer days, vibrant landscape and good opportunity to attend several events and festivals. Spring season (March-May) is also a good time as the tourist footfall is less and days are pleasant though interrupted with frequent rainfall. Many events take place in March that can be attended as well.
How to reach IrelandBy Air:
Dublin Airport is the busiest airport in Ireland and is well connected to rest of Ireland and major parts of the world such as Europe, USA, Middle East, etc. The other international airports are Cork, Shannon, and Ireland West. The national carrier is Aer Lingus.By Bus:
Many private bus companies operate between UK and Ireland and to and from many Eastern European countries such as Estonia, Poland etc. and Ireland.By Ferry:
There are 2 ferry routes operating between England and Ireland and is the most popular and convenient mode of travel between the two countries.