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    Thanks for the education.
    Frank Mc Nally, Irish Times.
    An engaging guide moving nimbly from
    geology to poetry to environmental concerns.
    Neil Hegarty, Cara Magazine.
    Incredible guide. Passionate, welcoming and knowledgeable.
    Vanessa Chiasson, Turnipseed Travel, Ottawa.
    Conservation crusading, storytelling, poetry
    and the history in the hills.
    Brad Thompson, West Australian News.

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Easter Sunday 20th April. Easter walk in the high Burren in the National Park. Highlights include... 

Tailor made walks are available all year round. They range from gentle one hour strolls to day-long... 

1st August. Lúnasa – The Ancient Harvest Festival. Pilgrimage walk to a former Lúnasa site... 

May 16th to 18th ; 23rd to 25th; in conjunction with the multi-award winning Wild Honey Inn, Lisdoonvarna. Weekend... 

We just wanted you to know how much we enjoyed our walk through the Burren with you last week, it made a lasting impression

Greg

Tony was a great guide, good-humoured and he gave us various interesting snippets about the landscape.We climbed Mulloughmore Hill

Mary Whelan, Limerick

Just a note to say thank you for showing me around the Burren! I really enjoyed the tour. What an amazing and inspirational place. Everyone here cannot

Jane

    THE ROCKY BURREN AND THE GREAT FAMINE – Blog dated 29th January 2014

"Lazy Beds" Potato Cultivation Ridges Kilnaboy in the Burren   INTRODUCTION “An Gorta Mór” or the Great Famine of 1845-49 is probably... 

    THE POET THE POEM THE FILM – Blog dated 23rd January 2013

Saint Gobnait's Bed, Ballyvourney. THE POET Seán Dunne was born in 1956 and grew up in St John’s Park, Waterford City. His prose book In My... 

    HOLY WELLS SHRINES OF REDEMPTION – Blog dated 12th September 2010

Tobar Iníne Baoithe Holy Well, Commons South, Killinaboy The cult of water in Ireland can be traced back to the Bronze Age (c. 2000-600 BC) at least....