COVID-19 Travel Update

20th July 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Travel Update Irish Luxury Tours

We hope that all of our guests and potential customers are staying safe and well. During these unprecedented time Irish Luxury Tours is strictly adhering to Government directions.

The authorities in the Republic of Ireland are currently advising against all non-essential travel for the time being; and all visitors arriving in the Republic of Ireland are required to complete a public health passenger locator form and self-isolate for 14 days. The mandatory self-isolation for all travelers arriving in Ireland is in place until further notice, with the situation due to be reviewed on 21 July.

We are currently planning many itineraries for 2021, its getting very busy and as many trips from 2020 have been deferred to 2021, if you are thinking about Ireland for your dream trip in 2021 we strongly suggest that you get in touch as soon as possible to begin planning.

We look forward to welcoming guests to Ireland in the near future.

Please do not hesitate to get in touch and make a new booking, you can do so with utmost confidence and maximum flexibility.

  • For any new trip booked with us for travel with us in 2020, if it then becomes necessary to amend the dates, clients may transfer bookings up until 30 days prior to departure, to an alternate date that departs before 31 December 2021. We will not charge any amendment fees.
  • Please note that it may be necessary to adjust the cost of your trip to reflect the new dates, if those dates coincide with any festivals, events or a higher season of travel. Equally, if the value of your postponed trip is less than your original trip, we will reduce the cost accordingly. There may be some availability issues as we rework your travel plans and as before we almost always have a selection of wonderful alternate properties and we will send for your review and approval prior to reconfirming your trip

Your help and support is truly appreciated during these very difficult times in the travel industry, we do hope to hear from you soon and we are looking forward to welcoming you to Ireland.

More information

To check the latest travel advice from the Irish Government, department for Foreign Affairs

To check the latest information from Tourism Ireland

To help with your research for visit to Ireland, please also feel free to email with any questions or queries.

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