Event Price 
Starting $4,872 (land & air from Boston, including airline taxes and departure fees); Pricing from other gateways cities also available

Ireland charms on this full yet well-paced small group tour. Begin your 13-day journey touring the intimate capital of Dublin, including Trinity College and St. Patrick's Cathedral. Proceed to Galway, stopping at 6th-century Clonmacnoise and continuing through the legendary Connemara to beautiful Kylemore Abbey. Next destination: Inismor, largest of the dramatic Aran Islands. You travel County Clare's fabled coastline, passing through The Burren and visiting the majestic Cliffs of Moher. Ferrying to County Kerry, you tour charming Killarney and travel by boat to historic Muckross House. Experience the Ring of Kerry's stunning mountain and coastal scenery, and watch an Irish sheepdog demonstration. Visit Blarney, where you see the 15th-century castle with its famed Blarney Stone, then continue on to the celebrated Rock of Cashel. Tour Kilkenny, Ireland's cultural capital, and visit the National Stud Farm en route back to Dublin. An optional 4-day/3-night post-tour extension to Northern Ireland is available.

Event Itinerary 

Day 1: Depart US for Dublin, Ireland
Day 2: Dublin
Day 3: Dublin
Day 4: Dublin / Galway
Day 5: Galway / Connemara
Day 6: Galway / Aran Islands
Day 7: Galway / County Clare / Killarney
Day 8: Killarney
Day 9: Killarney / Ring of Kerry
Day 10: Blarney / Cashel / Kilkenny
Day 11: Kilkenny
Day 12: Kilkenny / Dublin
Day 13: Depart for US

Optional 3 night post-tour: Northern Ireland

**Itinerary and pricing subject to change up until date of brochure publication**

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Faculty

Aine Donovan

Aine Donovan is the Director Emerita of the Ethics Institute, a thirty-year old initiative to incorporate ethics into every aspect of the Dartmouth experience. At Dartmouth she is the primary point of contact for faculty and administrators in integrating ethics into the curriculum. Aine's faculty appointment is at the Tuck School of Business, where she teaches the core business ethics course to graduate students. She also holds a faculty appointment in the medical school and works in the implementation of research ethics for DHMC and Geisel School of Medicine. She has presented at conferences around the globe and served as a consultant to several international companies and governmental organizations. Her publications range from business ethics to military ethics, to bioethics. In her spare time Aine is a runner, gardener, knitter and cook.

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