Hesperia Chamber Offers Tour to Ireland this Fall

The Hesperia Chamber is pleased to announce a tour visiting Ireland from November 6-14, 2013.

Chamber and community members are invited on this unique travel opportunity to immerse yourself into the Irish culture and gain a new perspective on Ireland’s unique traditions, history and cuisine.  Tour price is $2,849 per person (double occupancy) and includes roundtrip airfare from Los Angeles, first class hotel accommodations (including one night in a castle hotel), 11 meals, professional tour escort, baggage handling, sightseeing and admission to all attractions per itinerary.

Travelers will have the opportunity to visit many of Ireland’s most scenic and historic sites.  Enjoy Dublin, Ireland’s capital city and explore St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the esteemed Trinity College and even the Old Jameson Whiskey Distillery.  Visit the spectacular Cliffs of Moher, towering 700 feet above the Atlantic.  Travel to Blarney Castle and dare to kiss the legendary Blarney Stone.  Take a horse-drawn carriage ride through Killarney National Park and tour the Muckross House and Gardens to see how Ireland’s wealthiest families lived in the Victorian era.

For more information on the tour, join us on April 26 at 7 AM at Hesperia Christian School (16775 Olive St, Hesperia).  A presentation on the tour will be shown.  This is an excellent opportunity to see the places you will be visiting and get answers to your travel questions.

The goal of our travel program is to expose business leaders and community members to new and different cultures at reasonable group rates.

For more information on our travel program, contact the Chamber at (760) 244-2135, or visit our website at http://www.hesperiacc.com for more information.

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