Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Wild Wicklow Tour including Glendalough from Dublin. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Went on this tour last time I was over, so I treated my friend to the same with slight reservations that I might be bored. But once again the driver (Niall) gave his own version on the commentary, very entertaining. Also the added bonus of being present when one of the passenger proposed and we was all able to toast with the Jamieson Whisky provided.
Also the driver suggested other places of interest that we may like to visit, which we did go to the next day. Driver - brilliant, coach very comfortable, scenery amazing. Would not hesitate to do it again.
We had a great tour! Joe, our driver and guide, was awesome! We had our own singing troubadour which made the trip even more fun. The sights we visited that day were beautiful. The price was perfect too.
All in all, a wonderful experience, and though our time in Ireland was all too short, this tour certainly whet our appetites to return to the Emerald Isle. Thank you for that experience! JBarton, Harrisburg, PA
Fantastic, full of fun and great information! Our tour guide Nile was perfect, very professional, knowledgeable, and great storyteller.
Best tour of out whole vacation. Must do :)
My husband and I took the Wild Wicklow tour so we could see some of the countryside during our trip to Dublin. We loved this tour! We saw some truly beautiful country, and enjoyed our stops at Avoca Handweavers and Glendalough. Our driver, Niall was very informative and entertaining. This was a definite highlight of our trip.
A memorable trip into the beautiful countryside. It's well worth the day trip!
Great Day out some breath taking scenery guide for the day Nial great character gave nice spin on Irish history well worth a day trip would recommend one not to miss.
We loved our Wild Wicklow Tour! Our tour guide Nell O'Neil was so much fun and gave a great local perspective. The combination of Glendalough and the rural countryside along with a quite local lunch was so lovely!
Some nice stops along the way. Glendalogh was beautiful. Tremendous amount of tourists took away from the
spirituality of the valley. Would do that by car very early if I did it again
Really interesting stories from a cheery bus driver, all the way from the city centre to the beautiful Wicklows. Gorgeous, varied scenery with stops at good intervals. With regard to time, it was long enough to enjoy everything properly and yet not long enough to feel drawn out. Would happily go once again!
Both me and my mum had the most fantastic day on our Wild Wicklow tour. It was more than we could ever have imagined. We didnt expect half of what we got on the trip from our tour guide and driver Niall. He was a superb driver, weaving in and out the narrow streets, and so informative as soon as we stepped on in Dublin city, telling us all the history we could imagine. We hadnt expected that, so it was a very nice surprise. We were very blessed with the weather too, even the locals were surprised, which just added to the day. The only thing i will say, which could have made it better, both me and my mum were taken aback by the breath taking views at the Upper Lake at Glendalough. sadly we were only given 10mins there. This was no where near long enough. I appreciate that there was an itineray to stick to, but from what i could gather from alot of the other visitors on the coach, they too, would have preferred a longer stay there. Preferrable, maybe to a longer stay at the monastic ruins. I appreciate everyones taste is different. But it was still the best day of our holiday, and i would most definately do it again and recommend it to everyone. We have the best photos to last forever. Thankyou.
Great day getting out of Dublin and seeing the beauty of Ireland. The weather was rainy all day, but we enjoyed it nonetheless. Would highly recommend this tour.
The best thing we did while in Dublin. Our driver, Niall, was also our tour guide and he was fantastic. Lot's of great sites and he was entertaining the whole time. Even better, they were able to pick us up because we were "those people" who arrived late and missed the bus. We were able to get picked up at a nearby stop, but word to the wise - get there early! The only downside (and it was hard to find one) was the lunch stop. It was purely the place we ate at and nothing to do with Wild Wicklow tours, but the food was pretty meager for the price (literally one slice of turkey on our sandwich.) Choose your food carefully or, if you can, bring your own. Otherwise, my wife and I agreed we would do this tour again in a heartbeat.
A full bus. The driver made it all the more interesting by cracking jokes and was quite knowledgeable with the historical events, etc. A must see!
Wonderful. Even tough the weather was awful ("When you don't see the Wicklow mountains, it's raining and if you do see them, it is going to rain."), our amazing guide found his beautiful way out by telling us great stories and showing us infinite landscapes. I've been doing another tour in Wicklow before, and it was nothing compared to that "wild" one. Thank you for showing us this great unknown part of the country.