We are back on Irish turf!

Rachel's Irish Adventures has returned after a 4 month winter escape. We arrived back at the beginning of March and were ready & excited to rock this Irish summer season 2020 with you.

Since then things took an unexpected turn. We now use the time at home to keep up the good yoga habits we established during our Yoga Teacher Training in India, fill our blog with fresh content for you and start the tour planning for 2021!

Contact us now for bookings in 2021 & last-minute tours this summer. 


Upcoming Events
Women's Trail Running Retreat by Rachel's Irish Adventures
We are excited that a group of adventurous women followed 'the Call of the West of Ireland' to join Rachel's Irish Adventures Women's Trail Running Retreat. This is one of our heart projects and we can't wait to explore the Irish trails with you in April 2021!

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What's the new 'craic' on the blog?
Rachel's Ireland tips:

A lot of people ask me “What’s the best way to travel Ireland?” As a tour guide and enthusiastic explorer myself I can tell you: There is no one way fits all! Ireland might be a small island in size but it’s certainly not short on adventures, experiences or places of interest. The good news is you can travel Ireland in any way you can think of, you just have to decide what traveling style meets your needs.

I’ve put together a little guide on how to decide what style of travel or what type of tour to choose. Once that decision is made it’s easy to put together the perfect route and itinerary for an unforgettable Ireland adventure.

Enjoy the read!                                                     



Growing up in a B&B I made friends with people from all over the world. This very special Irish tradition of welcoming guests into your home strongly forged my life path.

Living in a B&B for most of my childhood probably triggered off my love for exploring places, experiencing cultures, meeting new people and chasing adventures.

Find out why I think B&Bs are the way to stay in Ireland!


Our adventures around the world:

Doing a Yoga Teacher Training has been on both of our bucket lists since before we met.

After a busy summer in Ireland it felt right to take some time for mindfulness. A month of focusing on our mind and body seemed like to be the perfect start to our winter travels. Both having a bit but not a massive amount of yoga experience, our main motivation was to implement more mindfulness to our daily lifestyle and stick with it especially in busy times. Also building up flexibility and strength can only have a positive impact on our other favourite sports.

What we found in Goa completely exceeded our expectations. 

Check out why we think a yoga teacher training is for everyone! 
Rachel & Iszy


We hope you enjoyed catching up with Rachel's Irish Adventures and we look forward to sharing more of our adventures with you!

If you have any comments, questions or fun travel stories to share, feel free to get in touch, we would love to hear from you..


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Rachel & Iszy 

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