Cruise Ship Shore Excursions

Shore Excursion Day Tours from the Cruise Ship Terminal at Dublin Port or Dún Laoghaire Harbour to Newgrange and the Boyne Valley or to the beautiful wild and scenic Wicklow. Specialist Private Tours to Celtic sites such as the Hill of Tara and the Hill of Ward, Megalithic (Stone Age) sites such as Newgrange, Fourknocks and Loughcrew, Monastic Sites such as Monasterboice and Bective Abbey. A Bespoke tour can be arranged to suit your requirements.

Cruise Ship - Dublin Port

Your Driver/Guide will meet you at the Cruise Ship Terminal in Dublin Port or Dún Laoghaire Harbour. Private transport in a Skoda Superb Sedan or Mercedes MPV for up to seven passengers.

Pricing

Total tour price is 550 euro for up to 7 guests, the price is per vehicle, not per person. Admission fees and meals are not included in the tour price. A tour can be extended beyond the standard 8 hours at an hourly rate.

Vehicles

Private transport by Skoda Superb Sedan for up to three passengers or Mercedes MPV for up to seven passengers.

Cruise Critic Reviews:

It was one of the best tours of the entire cruise and I highly recommend him. We had arranged for a private guide when we arrived in Dublin and he was waiting for us when we got off the ship. Our guide was Michael Fox with Boyne Valley Tours. We spend a wonderful day seeing some of the local sights, which included Newgrange, a Neolithic period site which predates the pyramids of Egypt. We arrived before the tour buses and he also took us to several other interesting spots including Trim castle. CruiseCritic.com

If you are looking for a day trip out of the city, then I highly recommend Boyne Valley Tours. Michael Fox is the owner and he drives an Audi. He will design a route based on the sites that you want to visit in the Boyne Valley. He will get you to Newgrange early in the morning before the tour buses. He also has some great ideas on places to see/visit that may not be on your list. He has lots of great info on places and is very reliable, prompt, and friendly. CruiseCritic.com