Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the 4-Day Cork, Ring of Kerry, Dingle, Cliffs of Moher and Galway Bay Rail Tour submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
I had the most wonderful time on my tour. My guide for day one and four was Norman and he was truly fantastic! His stories and wealth of information made for a truly enjoyable tour. My only request was that I wish our tour was able to spend more time at Cliffs of Moher and in Galway.Reviewed by: Dena B, August 2012
A wonderful tour of Ireland! And if are lucky enough to have Tim Tim as your guild, all the better for you!!!! He made the journey for us. This trip gives you a wonderful taste of the country--and we cannot wait to return to see more.Reviewed by: Jack E, July 2012
I didn't reailize that the trip was basically 4 day trips, but it worked out well. There was just a bit of a different flow because I basically had a different tour guide for the different days. I had Dave as my guide two days who was stellar. He went above and beyond, and was a treasure chest of information. He was very helpful with questions as well. Was a great way to see the scenic parts of Ireland packed into 4 days. Stayed at a great B and B in Kilarney with this tour called Robeen House. It was nice to see have the different day trips but have them all coordinated for me.Reviewed by: Sarah C, April 2013
An excellent tour that takes you to the best of Ireland. In Cork and Limerick only a short orientation tour from the bus is included and you don't actually get to walk in the town. Also be aware that the visits to the 2 castles are very rushed (Blarney and Bunratty). Especially at Blarney be prepared for queues from hell. Having queued for 20 minutes to enter Blarney castle I gave up but the grounds are themselves worth exploring including a pre-historic site. Also the guided tour at Bunratty castle doesn't leave you with enough time to walk around the folk village as well so you might find that you have to choose what you do. However, the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren, Ring of Kerry and the Dingle peninsula are the true highlights of this tour and there you do get the time with plenty of stops for photos and to take in the gorgeous scenery. The hotel in Killarney was also a good quality 3-star hotel. The only issue I had on this tour was that the Railtour hosts were sometimes in confusion as to who was doing what and it didn't look like anything you said to them could help. In Killarney when I arrived for the Dingle tour there was no host available to assist and when she eventually arrived she got busy on the phone dealing with other non-Railtour business so she was still not available to help. There seem to be communication/organisation issues with the hosts that don't inspire much confidence. However, they are very nice and friendly and I would go on this tour again.Reviewed by: Yvetta R, August 2012
I felt this was a good trip. Wish we could have stopped in a couple places a bit longer. This is a great thing to do if you want to see all the big attractions. I did feel altough it was tourist central... "and make sure you stop at the gift shop before you leave" kind of thing. But the tour itself was nice. Nice people, helpful staff, good accomodation, transportation. I just dont like being on a schedule so much.Reviewed by: Tina L, August 2012