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Interest in Ireland Travel Reaches an All-Time High

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February 25, 2014

Interest in Ireland Travel Reaches an All-Time High

Hospitality News: Giant's Causeway, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, UNESCO World Heritage Site
Giant's Causeway, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, UNESCO World Heritage Site

The interest in travel to Ireland is at an all-time high for?YMT Vacations, the leading provider of affordable group travel packages to older Americans. The company has seen an increase of nearly 20% in bookings over the same time a year ago with dates in May, June and September drawing the most interest. As a result of this success, YMT has just released its 2014 Ireland mailer in partnership with the ?Jump into Ireland? campaign with the Irish Tourist Bureau to promote the appeal of travel to the Emerald Isle.

?We have increased the number of departures on our 2014?Best of Ireland Tour, which features a comprehensive overview of the entire country, including Dublin, Rock of Cashel, Cobh, Cork, Killarney, Galway, Ring of Kerry, Giant?s Causeway, Cliffs of Moher and Belfast. Our escorted tour is highly rated among past guests and is jam-packed with value, including 10 nights hotel accommodations, 11 sightseeing tours, the services of an Irish driver/guide, 10 breakfasts and 6 dinners, all from?just $109 per day,? stated Jerre Fuqua, president of YMT Vacations. ?There is no one in the travel industry that offers as much value for the money.?

In addition to the added dates, YMT has announced?special savings of $500 per couple?on select September departures and an?air inclusive price of $1999 per person + tax from JFK?in New York on the September 8 and 25 departures. Tour highlights include visits to Titanic Belfast, the Blarney Stone, the famous St. Patrick?s Cathedral, palatial Kylemore Abbey and the American Folk Museum in Ulster.

All YMT vacation packages include hotel or cabin accommodations, all meals aboard ship, services of a professional tour director, sightseeing, and baggage handling to and from rooms.

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