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We have been in business for 20 years. No one knows Ireland like we do. See what we can do.


We specialise in the design and management of exceptional Golf Programmes for the most discerning individuals and corporate clients. A links golf course is every golfer’s paradise, a natural course where the soil is sandy and drains easily, and the fairways play firm and fast.  These golf courses are unique to Scotland and Ireland, so come visit our famous golf courses.

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Do you want a personal chauffeur to bring your private group around Ireland? Perhaps you want to join in with one of our popular public tours? Or do you want to enjoy the freedom of the road at your own pace? From the Wild Atlantic Way to the vibrant city of Dublin, our expert team can help tailor an itinerary to your wishes. We love Ireland, We know Ireland, and we want to make your trip one to remember.

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Ground Handling

Tours and customized excursions are a specialty of BEM Ireland. Our team can develop unique tours to showcase our Emerald Isle within distinct time frames and budgets. We excel at designing and implementing the entire operations and logistics and are partnered with the best guides and transport companies to ensure the smooth transition from land to ship.

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In recent years there has been amazing developments in adventure sports in Ireland. Co Clare, Kerry and Sligo have become world renowned hot spots for surfing with surfers traveling from all over the world to catch the Wild Atlantic waves. Our walking routes and bike trails have seen significant investment and there are numerous marathons, triathlons and irons man events taking place in some of the most scenic locations in Ireland.  From Angling, Sailing, Water Sports, Golf, Equestrian, Rock Climbing, Hiking, Gaelic Games… Ireland has it covered.

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Whether you’re studying Business, Law, Music, History, Science or Astrology, when it comes to University Groups, we at BEM Ireland understand your needs. We are experienced in matching the perfect itinerary to your group. We know that the group numbers can range from medium to large, so keeping within your budget, we will organise airport pickups, handle all logistics and of course any last minute special requests.

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Special Interest travel is exactly what it says –it’s special and individual to your group interest. It’s so important that your agent understands exactly how important the specific arrangements are and the travel experience is to you and your group. With over 20 years’ experience in the arrangement of individualised travel for some of the world’s most discerning clients we know how important it is for us to get it right for you. Whether it is bird watching, landscape photography, gourmet food, horse racing, needlework or whiskey trails we can arrange your perfect trip by working with the local experts in your field of interest.

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Have you ever dreamed of embarking on a journey of discovery, to hidden places and secret worlds where all kinds of enchantments lie waiting for you? Well now you can, along the wildest, most captivating, coastal driving route in the world – Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way!

The Route

50 Secrets

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Welcome to the Wild Atlantic Way! Ireland’s newest road odyssey. This long distance touring route stretches from the very north of Donegal to West Cork – a total length of 2,500km – and showcases Ireland’s magnificent Atlantic coastline. The touring route aims to create a corridor along the Atlantic linking destinations and attractions, creating a shopping isle of experiences and opening up access and possibilities in the visitor’s mind.

Out at the very edge of Europe, the Wild Atlantic Way stretches for 2,500km (1,500 miles along Ireland’s western seaboard. From Malin Head in Co. Donegal to Kinsale in Co. Cork, through regions like Connemara, Galway Bay and Kerry, it’s the longest defined coastal drive in the World.

The 50 Secrets of the Wild Atlantic Way is a guide highlighting signature experiences more suited to the independent traveller such as: Watch them weave magic into Donegal tweed, Take a traditional seaweed bath, Take a cable car for Europe’s last sunset. View The Brochure Here

We design custom made itineraries around your interests and hobbies. Whether you want to visit delightful cafes and restaurants which are tucked away in little villages and towns that snuggle into the coastline, perhaps you want to climb cliffs, surf waves or ride bikes, join in the craic at sessions and festivals, go island hopping and visit ancient sites or sit by turf fires in traditional pubs, where you’ll eat the freshest seafood and hear the Irish language, songs and stories.  Have a peek at some of our sample Itineraries here.

Meet Some of our Happy Clients

  • Our bus tour guide, Paul, was a huge key to the success.  You need to try to get him every time, because we spent a lot of time on a bus driving through beautiful countryside, and he was able to provide interesting history and commentary all through the trip - just the right amount and very interesting.  I thought it would be too much bus time, but with his commentary, it was excellent.

    Robert Young
  • Our afternoon walk through central Dublin only built the anticipation for the city and Cultural Night; tour guide knew how to point out places young people would care about as well as throwing in curious and relevant bits of Irish history along the way. She essentially threw in a city orientation trip between our two stops, with multiple stop and talk points, like a former House of Lords board room in a contemporary bank, a memorial garden to a political journalist murdered for her reports on organized crime, and the history of Dublin castle. She also made a point to stop at a tourism venue to acquire Cultural Night programs for all of us.

    Jeanne Siler
  • The tour guide was wonderful and even sang us a couple of Irish folk songs. Our guide, Padraic, recommended that instead of Bailey's we go to another pub that James Joyce frequented, where there were pictures of Joyce and some of his manuscripts on the walls. We drank a toast there to Joyce and talked some more about Dubliner's, the students were able to get WiFi on their phones, Padraic talked to some of them about Dublin at length, and everyone was happy (including me).

    Sarah Sloane
  • We arrived at our destinations on time, with a guide who was experienced and funny (Niall), and a bus driver (John) who kept us safe at all times.

    Remo Berg
  • Our bus guide Ena was terrific.  A sweet woman that knew a lot about the history and art of Dublin.  We received a city tour from her that we were not really expecting.

    Greg Justice
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