Sligo Town tour guide Adrian O’Neill has always loved history. Sitting in secondary [or high] school; listening to an incredible teacher tell stories of Columbus, Magellan – explorers and guides in their own right. It’s no wonder Adrian wound up doing what he does: giving intimate tours of beautiful and historical Sligo Town, usually with groups

When it comes to folklore, history, and legends of the Wild West of Ireland, the opportunities for exploration are endless. Along the Causeway Coast in particular; you may find yourself immersed in stories of walled cities, wandering giants, and ships full of treasure. Walls of Derry With any good adventure, you might find yourself in

As a new year dawns, humans tend to discuss thresholds, change, and resolutions – as well as lingering on the memories of the year passing; summoning celebratory nostalgia by candlelight and fireworks. As a part of Wild West Irish Tours, from our perspective, we also focus on transformation – as we say, “you will be

Knocknarea. The sound of stones being clacked together; the feeling of mist curling between grassy knolls, the sheer slick of mud beneath a traveler’s boots, and the bite of cool mountain air with just a splash of the sea. If one were to listen closely, one might hear the whispers of battle-song and chanting on

When it comes to the Wild West of Ireland, there is plenty to be surprised about. But according to our alumni “Wild Westies”; or people who travel with us on a Wild West Irish Tour, nothing is more surprising than these top three [technically four] things: The Fairy Glen Nestled against the bosom of Knocknarea,