Frequently asked questions

All tour dates are listed on our website underneath each package. If you can’t see a date that suits, call us and we’ll see what we can do for you.

That’s fine, but if they are included in your package, we still have to pay our provider. But you’re welcome to come along and watch, take photos and heckle!

You’ll have a driver, full of local knowledge who will transport you in our comfortable 9-seater bus. For larger groups, alternative arrangements will be made. On nights out, there are lots of local taxis available.

Our tour guides can provide tours through French and Spanish

We’d be delighted to accommodate you – just call or email us.

Of course! Just call us to talk through your requirements, and we’ll make it a weekend to remember for your party.

Yes! We love bringing people together. You may arrive on your own, but we guarantee that by the end, you’ll feel like you’ve known your group all your life.

Please don’t worry! Rachel’s Irish Adventures is all about making sure you enjoy your experience in the West of Ireland. No-one will be left behind in our groups. It’s one for all and all for one! And if you want to push yourself HARD on our training weekend, we’ll make sure you do!

It depends on what experience you’ve booked, but at a minimum you’ll need warm, waterproof clothing, good walking/hiking or running shoes. If you need any specialist gear, Rachel will advise you at booking stage, or arrange for equipment hire. You’ll be advised when you’re booking your package exactly what you’ll need to bring along.

Yes. We strongly recommend that you purchase comprehensive travel insurance cover for cancellation, medical expenses, personal accident, personal luggage, money and public liability before you travel in order to cover yourself. We reserve the right to refuse admission to a passenger unless the client has arranged appropriate insurance. Rachel’s Irish Adventures accepts no responsibility for loss or personal damage to personal belongings or liability for personal injury/death.