When traveling through the Wild West of Ireland, one probably expects to see sheep, it’s true – but did you know that sheep are known to cause “traffic jams”? Or that they come in an array of colors not unlike a living, breathing rainbow? How about the cows of the Irish countryside, and of course,

It’s almost St. Patrick’s Day! Can you believe how fast the year is flying by already? We’re fast approaching a time of alleged leprechauns [an American invention, though], rainbows, and symbolic horseshoes – at least where I’m from. Hope you’re excited to celebrate whatever way you and yours do best – Wild West Irish Tours

  Many thanks to tour participant Nancy Fitzgerald for this elegant piece about her experience on one of our very own tours. Reproduced with permission below. Originally featured on September 29, 2018, in Commonweal Magazine.   Across the Burren I climbed, through the morning’s gray west-of-Ireland drizzle. With half-a-dozen fellow pilgrims and a guide named

What makes the Christmas season merry and bright in the Wild West of Ireland? Everyone loves to celebrate their Christmas traditions. Sometimes it’s mistletoe and tinsel. Other times its specific dishes served for holiday meals. Maybe it’s story time around a roaring fire with the family or friends. While Wild West Irish Tours gets cozy

For film fanatics, we share the four fantastic film spots in the Wild West of Ireland. Full of memorable places from movies & TV, whether you’re an action fan or someone in need of a fantastical escape, there’s something here for everyone. You might want to take off your 3-D glasses for this one –