Visit all of Irelands most mythical and mysterous locations including an overnight stay in the notoriously haunted Kinnitty Castle Hotel, a tour of Mythical Newgrange, where you will go inside its 5,200-year-old chamber and see a simulation of the winter solstice illumination event, a visit to Knowth and its vast collection of megalithic art, and an unforgettable visit to the world’s most haunted castle.
Included in this package:
- 13 nights of Luxury accommodation
- 13 breakfasts, 5 dinners
- Touring on private luxury coach with driver / guide
- Authentic experiences and selected excursions
- 4 speakers: Brien Foerster, Jonny Enoch, Anthony Murphy and David Halpin
Guinness Storehouse Tour, Green Bus 1 Day Hop-On Hop-Off Dublin Pass, Grafton Street, Dinner Church Restaurant
Kilmainham Gaol, Food, Folklore & Fairies, The Hellﬁre Club Tour, St. Michan's Church
Bru na Boinne Visitors Centre, Newgrange & Knowth
Hill of Tara, Wishing Tree, 3 Course Dinner At Rococo Restaurant
Visit Haunted Leap Castle, Hill of Uisneach, Loughcrew Megalithic Centre, Sli Dala Restaurant at Kinnitty Castle
Cliffs of Moher Exhibition Centre, The Burren, Poulnabrone Dolmen and Stone Fort
Private Group Galway City Walking Tour, Lynch’s Memorial Window, Eyre Square, Quay Street, Spanish Arch, Galway City Museum
Bunratty Castle & Folk Park, Fairy Bush in Latoon, Dinner at the Lake hotel
Cruise, Jaunt and & Craft Brewery, Ross Castle, Ring of Kerry, Ladies View
Blarney Castle and Park, The English Market
Spike Island, Charles Fort
Jameson Experience Midleton, Hook Lighthouse, Waterford, The Viking Triangle, Loftus Hall Afterdark Group Tour
Dinner at Killashee House Hotel
Departure from Dublin Airport
Brien FoersterRead more
Brien Foerster was born in the US grew up on the west coast of Canada. His passion for the art of the indigenous people caused him to become a professional carver of totem poles for over a decade. At 35 he moved to the island of Maui in Hawaii and spent 2 years working with Hawaiian people building a 62 foot double hull sailing catamaran. This adventure led him to explore Polynesia for several years, and then he chose to visit Peru 15 years ago. His first tour guide in the Inca city of Cusco could not explain how the huge megalithic works of the area were made and by who, thus he began to explore using his scientific background, as well as the knowledge of local and foreign geologists, engineers and oral tradition experts the mysteries that underly these astonishing stone works. In all, he has published 37 books as of August 2019, has appeared on numerous television shows, such as Ancient Aliens 20 times, numerous radio shows and podcasts, and has explored more than 100 countries.
Jonny EnochRead more
Jonny Enoch is a world-renown esoteric researcher, lecturer, and writer from Vancouver, Canada. His cutting-edge investigations into lost ancient civilizations and unexplainable phenomena have been featured on Coast 2 Coast AM, Fade 2 Black, Gaia TV, and the Travel Channel. His work reveals an intelligent blueprint found within world religions and ancient symbolism while exploring quantum physics, the multiverse, and consciousness. In his numerous travels to megalithic sites, he has discovered evidence for giants, advanced machining and subterranean worlds.
Anthony MurphyRead more
Anthony Murphy is a journalist, photographer, author and astronomer who lives in Drogheda, at the gateway to Ireland’s historic Boyne Valley. He has spent more than 20 years researching, photographing and writing about the ancient megalithic monuments of the Boyne Valley and their associated mythology, cosmology and alignments.
He is the author of six books, including the acclaimed Island of the Setting Sun: In Search of Ireland’s Ancient Astronomers (with Richard Moore).
Anthony has appeared many times on television as an expert on Newgrange and the monuments and indeed astronomy, and he has featured in newspaper, magazine and news media articles around the world. He regularly gives talks about his research and also leads private tours of the monuments. He is a member of the Independent Tour Guides Association. He has lectured all over Ireland and in Britain and the US.
David HalpinRead more
David Halpin is a writer from Carlow, Ireland. He is a contributor to various Fortean and occult magazines and websites such as Ancient Origins, The Wild Hunt, Occulture and New Dawn Magazine.
David runs the popular fairy-lore and folklore resource, Circle Stories, where he regularly examines famous and more obscure accounts of fairies, sacred sites and mysteries of the Irish landscape, as well as their metaphysical implications.
David reviews and commentaries of classic occult and spiritual titles can be found at The Occult Book on YouTube.