Secret Ireland Tours to join forces with the wonderful, delightful, psychic-medium DeEtte Ranae.
Introduction to DeEtte Ranae:
I am awaking the sole within I am the owner of "DeEtte Ranae". I am a Rieki Master/Teacher, Magnified Healer, Intuitive friend, and Energy readings. I was born knowing spirit. I spent my childhood listening to spirit and simply knowing things. Without a role model to help guide me I spent a great deal of time in quiet pondering and reading books. In 2005, I began studying energy and became a reiki master/teacher. I found a love of helping those with illness live a fuller life and for others, a return to health. I have spent the past 12 years developing my own style – broadening from physical healing to body, mind, and spirit, including present and past life. In 2013, I moved to the North Woods of Wisconsin to begin a journey of healing and growth. Through the studying of psychic, mediumship I experienced a life transformation. I discovered a deep love working for spirit and became certified in advanced psychic and advanced mediumship through LWISSD. I have merge my two loves, energy work and mediumship, developing into a medical intuitive medium. I also do private readings and healings, gallery readings, run medium circles and I am honored to help guide others along their journey into their work with spirit. I am blessed to have been given these gifts, and am in love with the work I do. I look forward to being part of your journey.
There have been so many TV program locations shot in Ireland but one of the more famous TV shows is the Game of Thrones, we visit Castle Ward, The Dark Hedges and the Giants Causeway in the North of Ireland. We take boat rides and walks around Sliabh Liag which is the highest cliffs in Europe. We visit ancient sites, Castles, Abbeys that date back to the 12th century, We take in beautiful scenery and we also take in a boat ride on a magical lake. We also get to stay in a Castle the night before we leave Ireland!
Secret Ireland Tours are committed to doing everything possible to keep our clients safe while on tour with us in Ireland. As many know we rescheduled all of our 2020 tours to 2021 and we are keeping in close contact with the health Department in Ireland. All of the venue's and hotels we use have completed a Safety Charter course which allowed them to open to the public. We will not visit any site or stay in any hotel that has not completed this course. It was created by the tourist board in Ireland. We will do everything in our power to keep everybody safe.
We believe that this tour that was rescheduled will go ahead but we will keep a close eye on the conditions and if we need to reschedule again, we will do so in consultation with you our clients.
We ask you please do NOT book flights until we give you the go-ahead to do so. It is always advised to book three or four months out for the best prices. We ask you to book your flights to come in before 9am on the morning of the first day of the tour. You will be taking an overnight flight. Please book your return flight to leave Dublin sometime after 12 noon the last day of the trip. Dublin airport is a very busy place and because you are all (or most of you) going back to America you will have to go through American customs also so for that reason it is required that you arrive at least three hours before your departure time.
If anyone wants to book their flights to arrive the day before please contact us at 859 568 4043 because we can get good accommodation at a discounted price near the airport. This is limited though so let me know as soon as possible.
The meeting place is Terminal two at Dublin airport arrivals hall 9am Sept 27th 2023. That is where we start our tour.
We understand that sometimes there are flight delays, we will wait at the airport as long as we can but if you are delayed a long time then we suggest you take a taxi to the hotel which is only 5 mins away from the airport. You can call me then and we can decide on a meeting place if you wish to catch up with us.
I will give addresses of hotels to everyone in an email a few weeks before the tour starts so you will have all the information you need.
1 The company requires non-refundable deposits to be paid as per tour in a timely manner. By paying a deposit you are agreeing to the terms and conditions of the Company.
2 Our tours are all based on double occupancy. There will be an additional supplement for single travelers which will depend on tour taken.
3 Payment for deposit will hold your place, final balance payment will be 30 days before the start of your choice of tour.
4 Installment plans are available for anyone who would like to avail of them.
5 Travel insurance is something that the company strongly suggests all clients purchase to protect their travel investment.
6 Due to limited capacity on coaches, there is a limit of one suitcase per passenger.
7 Participants are responsible for all their property, luggage, backpacks, phone's, laptops etc.
8 The company tour guide will give all participants phone no's of tour guides and driver at the start of the trip or in an email before the start of the trip, it is vital that you keep these in a safe place.
9 At the start of each day your tour guide will tell you what time you should be ready, or to be on the bus for the next day's journey, it is up to you to contact your guide if you missed announcements on times.
10 There is a cancellation fee for participants who cancel within 90 days of the start of trip. Please see contract.
11 Some of our trips require walking over stony roads and pathways, it is advised to always bring strong waterproof walking shoes, and waterproof/windproof outer coats/jackets also.
12 We also advise all participants to let us know of food allergies they have.
13 Each participant is responsible for their baggage being brought from the Coach to their accommodation except in the case where the company have booked porterage. The group will be advised where porterage will take place.
14 Conditions, availability, or contractual obligations may warrant for dates, venues, lodging, talent/celebrity headliners/hosts/guests. Ambassadors, tour guides or transportation modes to be changed or cancelled. It is our intent and obligation, within the best of our ability, to substitute and /or accommodate equal or enhanced alternatives. We will not refund any deposits or payments towards the tour due to these conditions.
15. Conditions, availability, or contractual obligations may warrant for dates, venues, lodging, talent/celebrity headliners/hosts/guests. Ambassadors, tour guides or transportation modes to be changed or cancelled. It is our intent and obligation, within the best of our ability, to substitute and /or accommodate equal or enhanced alternatives. We will not refund any deposits or payments towards the tour due to these conditions.
We have a professional award-winnng photographer who is available to be with you for the duration of your vacation to capture amazing photographs. Her normal price is $350 per hour but she is willing to spend the entire time with us taking top quality shots of you during the trip. and she will only charge $250 for the entire time. This price is based on getting 10 people who might be interested. If we do not get that number this service will not be offered. To check out her work please go to www.irishflair.com
You could get them made into a lovely memory book.
Please choose if you are sharing a room with Two beds required.
For a couple who need just 1 double bed.
This is for the person who does not want to share.
We pick you up at terminal 2 at 9am and bring you to our first stop with is Malahide Castle, The original stronghold built on the lands was a wooden fortress but this was eventually superseded by a stone structure on the site of the current Malahide Castle. Over the centuries, rooms and fortifications were added, modified and strengthened until the castle took on its current form. It has a West Garden, walled garden, Butterfly house and a fairy garden along with all the ghosts that the Castle has itself.
Glendalough, an extensive monastic complex, is located in a glacial valley consisting of two lakes (the Upper and Lower Lakes) which explains the Irish place name Gleann dá Locha ‘the valley of the two lakes’. This is an archaeologically and architecturally rich landscape that is matched by a wealth of historical documents. Evidence for human activity in the valley possibly goes as far back as the Neolithic Period. Recent excavations have uncovered industrial activity that may be contemporary with St Kevin’s reputed foundation of a ‘monastery’ around 600AD. Glendalough is one of the most important medieval ecclesiastical landscapes in Ireland and since the nineteenth century one of Ireland’s premier tourist attractions.
PS Itinerary is subject to change.