Explore Ireland below ground via its network of caves and galleries. An expedition into this underground world introduces you to the country's geological past, as well as the effects of its volcanic activity and river erosion. In Doolin Cave, located in the center of the West Coast, admire a 23-foot-high stalactite, the largest in the northern hemisphere. Follow your guide and venture into the Marble Arch’s galleries in Northern Ireland’s southwest. This cave is one of the largest on the island.
On the Dingle Peninsula in the west, the entrance to Dunmore Cave is sure to impress thanks to a wide staircase that invites you to enter a series of underground passages. Stalactites and stalagmites mark your progress as you go from one incredible room to another, guided by a cave exploration specialist.
Rely on your local Evaneos agent to help you select the best places to visit based on your travel needs. Explore caves, galleries, and ancient cave dwellings in complete safety and serenity with your mandatory guide.See more