London, 4 July 2019 – A three-day adventure offered by Shamrocker Adventures, specialist in authentic Irish tours, has been ranked number one in the ‘Multi-Day Tours – World’ category of the 2019 TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice® Awards for Experiences. These awards highlight the world’s top bookable experiences on TripAdvisor, by category and country, based on the quantity and quality of reviews and ratings by travellers worldwide.

The three-day Southern Rocker Tour travels from Dublin to Killarney and on to Galway, providing visitors short on time with the ultimate Irish fix. With a local Irish guide at the helm and all transport around the Emerald Isle included, travellers can marvel at the Cliffs of Moher, explore the eerie moon-like landscape of the Burren, visit the wild coast of the Dingle Peninsula, spend the night in the party town of Killarney and join a traditional music session in County Clare, home of Irish music. Priced from £209 per person, the tour includes two nights’ accommodation, all transport and daily breakfast.

Graeme Ward, Managing Director of Radical Travel said of the accolade: “We are absolutely delighted that our 3 Day Tour of Southern Ireland from Dublin has been ranked as number one in the Multi-Day Tours – World category.  It’s a fantastic achievement and a testament to the hard work and passion our Shamrocker team put into every tour. We feel on top of the world!”

“In just the last year, we’ve doubled the number of bookable tours, attractions and experiences available on TripAdvisor.  The breadth of winners – like a Costa Rican waterfall rappelling experience, a Balinese jungle swing, skip-the-line Vatican access, and a tour of Paris by vintage sidecar – reflect the incredible selection this growth affords travellers,” said Laurel Greatrix, TripAdvisor spokesperson.

“With more than 200,000 experiences on our sites, these winners are in an extremely competitive field and represent the best-of-the-best, according to travellers themselves.”

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