Insight Vacations are coining the luck of the Irish this St.Patricks Day with an exclusive air offer for only $997 return (including taxes) to Ireland.

“What’s the craic?” We hear you ask.

Well, these air and tour offers will have people experiencing either the best of the Emerald Isle, exploring further afield into Scotland and England, kissing the Blarney Stone or admiring the windswept wilderness of the Cliffs of Moher.

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Did someone say “Let’s celebrate?”

And for those who love the finer things in life and wish to travel in style from start to finish, Insight Vacations is offering a Business Class air deal for $5,897 return (including taxes) in conjunction with a 2017 Ireland tour.

Insight Vacations offers a range of tours to select from, including visiting Ashford Castle on the Irish Elegance tour, clients can experience the wild, enchanting coastal routes of Country Roads of Ireland or witness the regional variations of Ireland and Scotland for themselves on the Best of Ireland and Scotland tour.

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The Cliffs of Moher

“Ireland is a perennial favourite for our guests and with these offers, you can celebrate St Patrick’s Day in style. From falconry at Ashford Castle to a private tasting at the Guinness Factory in Dublin, Ireland has something for everyone.”

Alexandra O’Connor, Managing Director for Insight Vacations Australia

The deals are only on sale from March 9th until March 24th 2017 so get your skates on!

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Killarney, Ireland

Flights depart from Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane. The economy and business class airfares are in partnership with Etihad Airways and available for travel between March 1 and October 31, 2017.

“Slåinte!” – That’s ‘Cheers’ in Gaelic.

For more information visit insightvacations.com

 

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