Are We There Yet – Choose Your Own Adventure

Celtic Tours allows you to choose your adventure in Ireland.

Jennifer Coxby Jennifer Cox

Remember when you were a kid and played the game "Choose Your Own Adventure" in the series of books by Edward Packard? More than 250 million copies between 1979 and 1998 were sold for a reason: because readers loved being in control of the main characters and determining what would happen next in the storyline.

Well, now travelers can choose their own Irish adventure with Celtic Tours World Vacations. Offering a new adventure package to Ireland, this exciting new self-drive vacation pairs six nights accommodations as well as a car rental with your choice of sightseeing packages, with four very cool options to choose from.

Here's what globetrotters can choose from:

Northern Ireland Adventure
Experience the majestic beauty of the North of Ireland – this package is perfect for the photographer who is visiting the ancient Neolithic sites, the intriguing natural wonder of the Giants Causeway and more.

Iconic Adventure
This package brings travelers the best of Ireland – kiss the blarney stone, ride in a jaunting car, and take a musical pub tour of Dublin.

Medieval Adventure
Step into Ireland’s lively and colorful Medieval past with a medieval-themed vacation filled with castle banquet feasts, traditional music and art, spectacular cathedrals, medieval ruins, fully-restored 12th century houses and old world villages. Travelers can even learn about the ancient art of falconry and fly a hawk on a Hawk Walk.

The Ultimate Adventure
Take a walk on the wild side of Ireland on this once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Fly a hawk on a private Hawk Walk, a traditional banquet feast, kayak the lakes of Killarney at sunset, take a jaunting car ride, have a pint at Guinness Storehouse and join in on a musical pub tour in Dublin.

Celtic Tours’ new self-drive package “Choose Your Own Irish Adventure” is the perfect vacation for travelers to Ireland. Unless your inner adventurer and visit their official website for more info.

Bon Voyage,



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