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Ha'penny Bridge in Dublin, Ireland
York minster in York, England
River Lee in Cork, Ireland
Bridge and flowers in front of Blarney Castle in County Cork, Ireland
A house in Ballynahinch, Ireland
The Tower of London, England
Luggala Valley in the Wicklow Mountains, Ireland
The Samuel Beckett Bridge in Dublin, Ireland
Sunset at Dartmoor, England
Stonehenge, England
Glendalough Upper Lake in the Wicklow Mountains, Ireland
Blackrock Castle in Cork, Ireland
Evening view on the Ha'penny Bridge in Dublin, Ireland
Red Stag Deer in the mists, Scotland
Connemara National Park in County Galway, Ireland
The London Eye & Big Ben, England
Anne Hathaways Cottage, England
Big Ben in London, England
Edinburgh Old Town including the castle, Scotland
Buckingham Palace, England

UK & Ireland

It’s the variety that makes Great Britain & Ireland so special along with the compact nature of the country, and nowhere else on the planet seems to pack quite so much into such a small space. Landscapes range from the snow-capped mountains of the Cairngorms to the beaches and sand dunes of South Wales, from the verdant fertile farmland in Kent to the rugged limestone escarpments in the Yorkshire Dales.

Renowned the world over for majestic scenery, vibrant cosmopolitan cities, quaint picture-postcard villages and historic towns, the UK & Ireland really has it all. Wherever you go, you are never more than a mile or two from an ancient secluded church, a magnificent country manor house, a ruined castle or a pretty village. There is great joy to be had relaxing with the locals in a country pub, enjoying a music festival or watching a cricket match.

Thanks to the success of British films and television programmes exported around the world, many visitors arrive in the UK & Ireland already armed with a sense of familiarity, even if the cultures and traditions are somewhat esoteric. The language of course is also familiar to many visitors, which makes travelling around the country so straightforward.

A journey through the UK & Ireland is a veritable journey through history. You can walk along the battlements of a medieval fortress much as soldiers did hundreds of years ago, or touch a 5,000-year-old stone circle, before exploring the ultra-modern domes of the Eden Project in Cornwall or admiring 21st century architecture in London or Glasgow. 

Dublin & the Treasures of the Emerald Isle 〜 8 Days

Cliffs of Moher

Enjoy a 7-night self-drive adventure revealing the very best of Ireland. Begin in the west on the Atlantic coast with the magnificent cliffs and spectacular sunsets, and end in the lively capital city of Dublin. En route, enjoy delightful scenic drives, rural tranquillity, picturesque Irish towns and villages and the unashamed luxury of Ballyfin. From £1,832 / $2,387

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Highlights
  • The magnificent Cliffs of Moher on the Atlantic coast
  • Stunning scenery and majestic castles throughout
  • Staying in the lap of luxury in Ballyfin House
  • Dublin's legendary craic and vibrant atmosphere

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Edinburgh & the Royal Scotsman 〜 5 Days

Edinburgh Castle seen from Princess Street Gardens, Scotland

On this journey of discovery, explore Edinburgh, Scotland’s inspiring capital, with its imposing castle and vibrant culture scene, before boarding the Royal Scotsman train to travel straight into the heart of the Scottish Highlands, visiting enchanting sites of natural beauty and making the most of the thrilling outdoor activities. From £3,287 / $4,439 

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Highlights
  • Magnificent Edinburgh Castle in the heart of the Scottish capital
  • A private visit to Culloden Battlefield
  • Stunning scenery and majestic castles throughout
  • A tour of Strathisla, one of the oldest working whisky distilleries in the world

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London & The Cotswolds 〜 8 Days

Begin with a short stay in London before heading west out of the city.  Once in the Cotswolds, visits have been reserved for you at a wide variety of gardens and country estates. Also included is a visit to Stonehenge and the beautiful historic city of Bath. Finally, your journey ends with a tour of West Wycombe Park, the setting for a number of period dramas including Cranford and Little Dorrit. From £2,194 / $2,981.

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Highlights
  • Visiting the splendid State Rooms inside Buckingham Palace
  • Prehistoric Stonehenge
  • Strolling around picturesque Cotswold villages
  • Shakespeare’s Stratford-on-Avon

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Dublin & the Grand Hibernian 〜 7 Days

On this journey of discovery, explore Dublin, Ireland’s lively capital, with its friendly welcoming atmosphere, before boarding the Grand Hibernian train to visit thrilling destinations as you travel through picture-postcard landscapes of exceptional natural beauty, from the charms of Cork and Blarney Castle to the rugged Atlantic coast with the magnificent cliffs and spectacular sunsets.  From £5,587 / $7,146 

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Highlights
  • Dublin’s legendary craic and vibrant atmosphere
  • Imposing Blarney Castle and the fabled Blarney Stone
  • Beautiful Lough Leane and Killarney
  • Stunning scenery of Connemara National Park

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THe Bonnie Lochs & Highlands of Scotland 〜 10 Days

Autumn colours in the Trossachs, Scotland

On this journey of discovery, explore Edinburgh, Scotland’s inspiring capital, with its imposing castle and vibrant culture scene, before setting off northwards, passing through spectacular landscapes and historic towns and staying in delightful country manor houses and waterside lodges. Included in the itinerary is an adventure on board the glorious Jacobite Steam Railway – arguably the greatest railway journey in the world. From £2,513 / $3,403.

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Highlights
  • Imposing Edinburgh Castle in the heart of the city
  • Atmospheric Culloden, site of the famous battle of 1745
  • A memorable scenic journey on the Jacobite Steam Train
  • Beautiful lochs, mountains, valleys and waterfalls in abundance

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Great Britain by Rail from South to North 〜 11 Days

Start with a short stay in London before you jump on a train and head northwards, first to the glorious Peak District, then to York and an adventure by steam train to Scarborough. Continue on through Newcastle to Edinburgh, before setting off to explore the northwest coast of Scotland, including an adventure on board the glorious Jacobite Steam Railway. Return to London again on the Caledonian Sleeper train from Fort William. From £4,162 / $5,587 

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Highlights
  • Visiting the splendid State Rooms inside Buckingham Palace
  • The natural, unspoilt beauty of the Peak District & Scottish Highlands
  • Admiring the fine architecture in historic towns & villages
  • A memorable scenic journey on the Jacobite Steam Train

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The Red Savannah Experience

The idea for Red Savannah was always based on a clear market need. Put together a small team of the most experienced (nobody has less than 10 years experience) travel designers and provide a service that revolves around knowledge, empathy and genuine friendliness. A company that brings back craftsmanship and substance, without the glitz and over-hackneyed travel jargon. In short, a travel company redefined for the 21st century.

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