Welcome to Ireland.
FOR YOUR MEETINGS, INCENTIVE, CONFERENCE AND EVENT
Ireland is the ideal place for your incentives groups. Explore Ireland’s unique destinations from the Wild Atlantic Way to the Ancient East, we’ve got the perfect backdrop for your next event. The Emerald Isle has a rich and diverse history which is evident in many places around the country.
The Perfect Guinness
Learn how to pour the perfect pint at the Guinness Academy and claim your certificate! The six-step ritual is as legendary as the beer itself – from the 119.5 seconds it takes to pour to the iconic surge and eventual settle.
Book of Kells
Visit the Trinity College Library, home to the 9th century gospel manuscript known as the Book of Kells and the Book of Durrow, which were presented by Henry Jones, Bishop of Meath and former vice-chancellor of the university, in the1660’s.
The Cliffs of Moher
Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way on Ireland’s west coast the Cliffs of Moher boast some of the most breathtaking scenery in Ireland. They stand 214 metres at their highest point and stretch for 8 kilometres along the Atlantic coast
Cashel Travel founded its company in 2000 and operates as an independent family run business. We take pride in our company that offers a whole field of expertise within the industry.
Specialisms: Incentives Meetings Cruise Handling Congresses Conferences Group Travel Special Interests River Cruise Luxury/VIP Travel. SITE ETOA UKINBOUND IATA.
Tatiana De Los Reyes
Director of Global Sales
Why This DMC?
Passionate about Ireland and Irish culture! I’ve been presenting Ireland to the world for over 25 years now and still feel extremely excited about the destination and the wonderful experiences it has to offer! I’ve been involved in a large variety of events and luxury groups from all over the world and I have always tried to exceed expectations making the trip a one in a lifetime experience.
I have worked with Cashel Travel on a big global event for Microsoft Corporation. They stand out with their creativity and flexibility, always going above and beyond to deliver.
Managing Director / Events / NL
Cashel was a superior partner in all steps of the planning and execution of a difficult and multi-faceted program. The steps they took to negotiate with all vendors in our favor was commendable.
Senior Director / Meetings & Events / USA
Cashel Travel helped us organize a very successful event in London, and did not hesitate to go the extra mile to make sure everything was perfect both for venues and activities.
Manager / Events Services / France
Why choose Ireland – why choose Cashel Travel
THE POWER OF OUR LOCAL KNOWLEDGE
Ireland is a country that delivers adventures, scenery and luxury. From drinking a pint of Guinness in a traditional Irish pub in Dublin to enjoying Irish folk music and dancing, the city is perfect to host your event and experience real Irish hospitality. For the more adventurous, the surrounding countryside offers a range of exciting activities (such as Celtic games, boat trips, clay target shooting, fishing, horse riding, archery and golf).
We know what gets asked a lot about bringing groups to Ireland. Here’s our fast track answers, so you know.
Since the weather stays relatively mild year-round, there’s really no bad time to visit Ireland. As the weather is pretty changeable, you may find you encounter rain, sunshine and wind all within one day. It is part of the experience and charm of Ireland!
The Republic of Ireland uses the single European currency known as the Euro (€) and Currency in Northern Ireland as part of the United Kingdom, is the Pound Sterling (£)
Most places take debit and credit cards. Don’t worry too much about carrying cash.
If you are travelling to Ireland and you are not a citizen of a country in the EU (plus Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein), you may need to apply for a visa. An Irish visa is a certificate placed on your passport or travel document that allows you to travel to Ireland
Yes, you may! Located on the quays of the river Liffey, it is one of our most popular visits.
Yes, the whole month of March is a fantastic time to visit, but the week of the 17th tends to be extremely busy so book in advance!