Expeience the University Difference

IRISH SPRING to the Emerald Isle of Ireland April 26-May 4, 2014 hosted by Professional Genealogist, Derek Davey.

The custom vacation to the most welcoming country in the world is designed for those of Irish decent and those who want to experience a wonderful trip. This is not a typical mass-market trip as special visits to place of genealogy interest will be included with the top highlights in Ireland.

Your tour is at a relaxing pace with many two-night hotel stays so you are not always packing and unpacking. You will visit the awesome West Coast; experience true Irish culture in beautiful Galway Bay. Onward to the vacation capital of Ireland- Killarney. Enroute we will visit one of the top wonders of the world, the Cliff of Mohr. Soaring 800 feet above the Atlantic Ocean, the "Cliffs" are Ireland’s most visited attraction. They even have their own eco-system and are home to exotic birds and ample marine life.


Killarney, known to the Irish as "Heaven on Earth" is a lively resort village on the Southwest coast. Warmed by the Gulf Stream, palm trees and sub-tropical foliage welcome you. Your two-night stay allows for a "full-transit" of the famous "Ring of Kerry." Then we head east with a stop in Cobh formerly called "Queenstown" it was the last port-of-call for the Titanic. This small port town changed its name after the tragedy. It is now home to a Heritage Centre for all the emigrants that sailed from here to the US and Canada.


We overnight in Wexford-by-the-Sea. Here in Wexford we will visit the homestead of one of Ireland’s most famous emigrants Patrick Kennedy, father of John F. Kennedy. President Kennedy visited here while he was President, it was considered one of the most important events in Ireland’s history. Onto your two-night stay in "merry-old Dublin" the bustling capital city. See the exciting sights; maybe take in an authentic Irish Cabaret-Dinner Show. We will also visit the famous Trinity University, home to the Book of Kells and look-up family history at the National Library.


Please download the exciting full brochure below, the tour is limited in space so make your reservation today and have an Irish Spring!