Commonly Asked Questions

We have tried below to answer the most common questions we get, but don’t be shy please contact us at any stage and feel free to ask anything you want.

What is your cancellation policy

Travel Insurance

Irish Atlantic Coast Tours takes no responsibility for delayed airlines and missing the tour’s start, lost baggage, or any injuries that may occur while on tour. We recommend purchasing travel insurance.


Trip Cancellation / Transfer / Refund Policy


If you have booked your Irish Atlantic Coast Tours and then need to transfer your trip start date to a different tour, we are happy to do that as long as there is space available on the new tour. If you transfer your tour within 14 days of the original tour start date, you are responsible for accommodation cancellation fees.
If no space is available on another tour and you must cancel your trip, please see below.


Cancellation Policy

Cancelled x Number of Days
Prior to Trip Start Date
Cancellation Fee
90 + days $400
31 – 90 days 50% of trip price
0 – 30 days No refund

Exceptions to this policy cannot be made for any reason, including those of weather or personal emergencies. There is no refund for arriving late or leaving a trip early. Single room supplements are considered part of the trip price and are subject to cancellation fees.

On the rare occasion that Irish Atlantic Coast Tours must cancel a trip due to natural disaster, terrorism, or civil unrest, or any other circumstance, all payments received to date will be refunded. Irish Atlantic Coast Tours is not responsible for expenses incurred in preparation for any cancelled trips, such as airline tickets or for costs incurred due to travel delays, flight cancellations, or illness.

How should I plan my flight home?

You should plan your departure for Day 9 of your tour. For example, if your tour is June 17-June 25, you fly out on June 25. Your Irish Costal Tour includes transportation to the airport, by shuttle or cab, the morning of Day 9.

What Currency will I use?

The Euro is the accepted form of currency in the Republic of Ireland. We recommend use of an ATM to get cash. Most small towns have ATMs. In addition, most restaurants and stores take debit and credit cards. However, you should let your bank know you are traveling to Ireland before the trip to avoid getting any transactions denied/declined. We can also help you get your currency converted at the airport when you arrive if you prefer to carry some cash