March 24 - April 1, 2018

Package Price:
$2,247.00 | 9-Day Tour
Sold Out - Waitlist Accepted

(per person, based on double occupancy)
Land only rates are available at request.

INCLUDING BELFAST

March 24 - April 3rd, 2018
Extend your tour to 11-Days by visiting the metropolitan city of Belfast! Learn more by visiting our extensions tab.

$2,546.00 - Sold Out
(per person, based on double occupancy)

INCLUDING KILLARNEY

March 24 - April 4th, 2018
Extend your tour to 12-Days by visiting the quaint area of Killarney! Learn more by visiting our extensions tab.

$2,682.00 - Sold Out
(per person, based on double occupancy)

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PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • Round-trip international airfare from the United States to Ireland.
  • Private deluxe motor coach and driver/guide.
  • Professional Craftours tour escort the entire time.
  • First-class hotel accommodations throughout the expedition.
  • Delicious Irish breakfast served daily and some dinners.
  • A drive through the famous "Burren" area on the West Coast of Ireland.
  • A visit to the Galway Cathedral to see the magnificent Connemara Marble.
  • An optional painting & fabric designing workshop in the Connemara Region.
  • Four Arts & Crafts Workshops with Master Irish instructors, class kits included!
  • A presentation in Irish Lace Making.
  • Panoramic city tours of Galway and Dublin.
  • A special welcome dinner with Irish entertainment.
  • Optional Irish Scone making baking lesson.
  • Sightseeing to the famous Cliffs of Moher.
  • Tour the famous Connemara Region and see an Irish bog and the famous bridge from the movie "The Quiet Man."
  • Shopping on the famous Grafton Street in Dublin.
  • A visit to the family owned Avoca weaving facility.
  • A full day optional photography and mixed media workshop with a master artisan.
  • A train ride across Ireland taking in the beautiful Irish countryside.
  • A visit to see the extraordinary Kylemore Abbey.
  • Shopping in the seaside craft village of Spiddal.
  • An Irish crystal carving demonstration by a master artist.
  • A presentation and shopping at the Joyce family owned Connemara Marble facility.
  • Visit to the famous Bunratty Castle and Folk Park.
  • An optional felting workshop with a master felt artist.
  • A special evening of Crafting a TV show with Jim West and showing of Destination Craft with Jim West - "Ireland episode."
  • All taxes are included in this package and insurance highly recommended.
  • A Craftours lanyard, luggage tag and commemorative gifts.

IRELAND HIGHLIGHTS:

Dublin Dublin Play Movie
Dublin is the capital and largest city of Ireland. Founded as a Viking settlement, the Kingdom of Dublin became Ireland's principal city following the Norman invasion. The city expanded rapidly from the 17th century and was briefly the second largest city in the British Empire before the Act of Union in 1800. Following the partition of Ireland in 1922, Dublin became the capital of the Irish Free State, later renamed Ireland. It is a historical and contemporary centre for education, the arts, administration, economy and industry.
Cliffs of Moher Play Movie
The Cliffs of Moher are located at the southwestern edge of the Burren region in County Clare, Ireland. They rise 120 metres above the Atlantic Ocean at Hag's Head, and reach their maximum height of 214 metres just north of O'Brien's Tower, eight kilometres to the north. The tower is a round stone tower near the midpoint of the cliffs built in 1835 by Sir Cornelius O'Brien. From the cliffs and from atop the tower, visitors can see the Aran Islands in Galway Bay, the Maumturks and Twelve Pins mountain ranges to the north in County Galway, and Loop Head to the south. The cliffs rank are amongst the top visited tourist sites in Ireland, and receive almost one million visitors a year.
Bunratty Castle Bunratty Castle Play Movie
Bunratty Castle is a large 15th century tower house in County Clare, Ireland. It is located in the centre of Bunratty village, between Limerick and Ennis, near Shannon Town and its airport. The castle and the adjoining folk park are run by Shannon Heritage as tourist attractions.

The present castle, was built by the MacNamara family after around 1425. Its builder may have been one Maccon Sioda MacNamara, chieftain of Clann Cuilein (i.e. the MacNamaras). He died before the castle was completed which happened under his son Sean Finn (died in 1467). At around 1500, Bunratty Castle came into the hands of the O'Briens (or O'Brians), the most powerful clan in Munster and later Earls of Thomond. They expanded the site and eventually made it their chief seat, moving it there from Ennis.
Celtic Crystal Factory Play Movie
Celtic Crystal was founded in 1972. This family-run business has been pioneering the incorporation of Celtic Designs and Gaelic Motifs into its ornate Irish Crystal and it is proud to claim leadership in this field.

Today, this tradition is continued by our talented and creative yound Irish crafts people; reproducing the culture and history of Ireland by crafting the unique and intricate designs that are synonymous with Ireland's Celtic heritage on our exquisite crystal pieces.
Kylemore Abbey & Gardens Kylemore Abbey & Gardens Play Movie
Kylemore Abbey is a Benedictine monastery founded in 1920 on the grounds of Kylemore Castle, in Connemara, County Galway, Ireland. The abbey was founded for Benedictine Nuns who fled Belgium in World War I. The current Mother Abbess of the Benedictine Community is Mary Margaret Funk.
Connemara Marble Shop Play Movie
Stephen Walsh and his family will welcome you to Connemara marble. His family have worked the beautiful, green Connemara marble for three generations and take great pride in the Irish jewelry and Irish gifts that they produce.

Connemara marble is over 900 Million years old and is unique to Ireland. They own and operate the oldest marble quarry, which was first opened in the 19th Century, and visited in 1903 by King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra during the Royal tour of Connemara.
Galway Cathedral Galway Cathedral Play Movie
The Cathedral of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven and St Nicholas, commonly known as Galway Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Galway, Ireland, and is one of the largest and most impressive buildings in the city.
The Mill at Avoca Village The Mill at Avoca Village Play Movie
The Mill is a clothing manufacturing, retail and food business in Ireland. Started in Avoca, County Wicklow, it is the oldest working woollen mill in Ireland and one of the world's oldest manufacturing companies. It is also Ireland's oldest surviving business.

WEATHER
The climate of Ireland can be summed up as being mild, moist and changeable with abundant rainfall and a lack of temperature extremes. It is defined as a temperate oceanic climate, or Cfb on the Köppen climate classification system, a classification it shares with most of northwest Europe. The country receives generally warm summers and mild winters. It is considerably warmer than other areas on its latitude, because it lies in the northeastern Atlantic Ocean, and as a result is warmed by the North Atlantic Current all year. For current weather go to weather.com or click here.

CURRENCY
The currency in Ireland is the Euro (EUR).
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BELFAST PACKAGE INCLUDES:
March 24 - April 3rd, 2018
Our 11-Day Tour Includes all the amazing destinations above along with a day trip to Belfast, where you will have an opportunity to explore the Titanic Museum and shopping in the city.

Belfast Titanic Museum Titanic Museum Play Movie
Titanic Belfast is a visitor attraction and a monument to Belfast's maritime heritage on the site of the former Harland & Wolff shipyard in the city's Titanic Quarter. It tells the stories of the ill-fated RMS Titanic, which sank on her maiden voyage in 1912, and her sister ships RMS Olympic and HMHS Britannic. The building contains more than 12,000 square metres of floor space, most of which is occupied by a series of galleries, plus private function rooms and community facilities.


KILLARNEY PACKAGE INCLUDES:
March 24 - April 4th, 2018
Our 12-Day Tour includes everything in the 9-Day Tour along with spending time in Kilarney, a visit to the quaint port town of Dingle and a day tour to the historic town of Kinsale.

Dingle Peninsula Dingle Peninsula Play Movie
The Dingle Peninsula is the northernmost of the major peninsulae in County Kerry. It ends beyond the town of Dingle at Dunmore Head, the westernmost point of Ireland and arguably Europe.

The Dingle Peninsula is named after the town of Dingle. The peninsula is also commonly called Corca Dhuibhne even when those referring to it are speaking in English. Corca Dhuibhne, which means "seed or tribe of Duibhne", takes its name from the túath of Corco Dhuibhne who occupied the peninsula in the Middle Ages and who also held a number of territories in the south and east of County Kerry.
Kinsale Kinsale Play Movie
Originally a medieval fishing port, historic Kinsale is one of the most picturesque, popular and historic towns on the south west coast of Ireland.

Visitors to Kinsale are captivated by its beautiful setting; its long waterfront, yacht-filled harbour, narrow winding streets and brightly painted galleries, shops and houses. The impressive fortifications of Charles Fort and James Fort guard the narrow entrance from the sea - giving clues to its rich history. Kinsale has also been hailed as "The Gourmet Capital of Ireland", with no shortage of cafés, pubs and restaurants to suit every taste.


Optional Tours:

Scone Making Class Scone Making Class
This class includes a scone making demonstration, and everyone will be making their own batch of scones. This workshop includes refreshments and scones tasting with jam & cream.

No one knows the exact origin of these delicious treats, but they have become a tradition throughout Scotland, Ireland and England that date back hundreds of years. Traditionally scones are made with wheat flour, sugar, butter, milk & eggs and may include raisins or currents folded in the dough, but are versatile enough to taste good with many other dried fruits, nuts or even chocolate.

The cost of this optional tour is $86.00 pp.

Dingle Peninsula Painting & Photography in the Connemara
The Connemara Region is a beautiful and historic area of Ireland, full of color and wonder there are rivers, mountains and picturesque fields of grass, a true delight to the eyes of any artist. In this workshop we will learn about capturing this wondrous landscape in two different types of media.

The cost of this optional tour is $128.00 pp.

Dingle Peninsula Felting Workshop
The art of felting uses wool to create anything you can imagine, from hanging art to small furry creatures. During this workshop you will learn the art of felting with a master felt artist. We will create a small project that you can take home as a memento of your time in Ireland as you learn the basics of felting.

The cost of this optional tour is $114.00 pp.

Photography & Mixed Media Workshop
Enjoy a class where you can expand your creativity and capture your journey in a unique way. We will learn how to take great photographs to capture this beautiful country and use those to create a one of a kind mixed media project.

The cost of this optional tour is $124.00 pp.


TESTIMONIALS FROM PAST IRELAND TOURS:

Barbara Stanbro, Hillsboro, OR- "I attended the International Quilt Festival of Ireland in 2012, and I had a fabulous time. The hotels were lovely, the destinations interesting, and our tour guide/bus driver couldn’t have been more charming or knowledgeable. It was a wonderful trip and I have many good memories."
Dr. Jo Barnes, Hamilton, New Zealand - "This was my very first organized tour and I was a little apprehensive about spending 15 days with people I did not know with a tour company I had found by accident on the internet. BUT my friend Bev and I had an amazing time we had fun, we saw lots of new and exciting places, we visited some quilting stores and met some really nice people. The hotel accommodation was excellent, the bus was comfortable and the meals were varied and of good quality. I would recommend Sew Many Places tours every time and I am looking forward to the South American Expedition in 2015."
Nancy and Ken Burkhalter, Chelsea, MI- "My hubby and I had an absolutely wonderful trip sponsored by Sew Many Places to tour Ireland and the 1st International Quilt Festival in Galway in 2012. It was a small group, and we really loved that tour. We are still in touch with many of the others who were on our tour. Very well organized! Great places to see, great places to stay, great quilt festival - wonderful time. It was our 50th wedding anniversary trip - so we went on to Paris after to have our final celebration!"
Jill Lombard, Carlsbad, CA-" I was on the Ireland tour in Summer of 2013 with Bonnie Hunter. I can’t say enough about the wonderful experience I had. Examples include havingSewMany Places arrange a room mate for me (a dear lady from Canada), arranging my air reservations and seating me next to "new" friends, being met at the airport by the most charming coach drivers, arranging truly "first class" accommodations in every town, offering wonderful sightseeing opportunities and historical information.

As with any major undertaking such as planning and executing a trip of this magnitude "hiccups" do happen. I was so impressed with the staff of Sew Many Places. When problems arose there was always one and often more to the "rescue" to make things right.

I have recommended Sew Many Places to all my guild friends and would love the opportunity to take more (and more) trips!"
Suzanne Novoselac, Coulterville, IL -"My daughter and I went on the trip to Ireland in 2008, and we had a completely wonderful time! My daughter does not sew or quilt, but she does do other forms of needlework, and she enjoyed herself very much. I’m a knitter and crocheter, and I enjoyed the trips to the woolen mill at Blarney and the weaving at Acoa (sp) near Dublin. Our tour host was excellent, we loved our bus driver, and both of us want to buy a place at the Dingle Peninsula! All in all, it was a never-to-be forgotten experience, and we are both just dying to go to Ireland again!"
Bonnie Bloom, Duncansville, PA - "I was on one of your trips to Ireland with my sister. I was amazed at the care that was taken to make our trip flawless. Everything was seen to and everyone was so friendly it was a memory I will treasure forever."
Mr. & Mrs. Jon Schroder, Sweet Home, OR - "My husband and I truly had a trip of a lifetime visiting Ireland. We also received souvenirs that to this day remind me of the fun we had and the nice people we met including a few notables! Since our trip, every Christmas I hang ornaments on our tree that were swapped with fellow travelers... wool boots from Russia, a star from France and an Angel from New Zealand to name a few. The venues, traveling (great bus driver!), food, accommodations, all of it couldn’t be better. After arriving home my husband and I agreed that we could not have planned it better than Sew Many Places."
Jan Bechle, Albany,Oregon-"In April of 2010, I traveled to Ireland with Sew Many Places. I was with three friends, two of us were celebrating our retirement. The night we flew to Ireland was the same night the volcano blew in Iceland stopping all air traffic in Europe and across the Atlantic for a week. Sew Many Places planned ahead, making arrangements for us to stay on in Dublin if we needed to at a very reasonable rate. The flying ban was lifted the day we were to leave and we were delighted to be able to leave on time.

The entire trip was very well organized. We had a delightful bus driver, interesting tours and the time to do some wandering on our own. The four of us had a wonderful time and made new friends. I wouldn’t hesitate to travel with them again."
Trena Stephens, Missouri City, TX-"What a great trip to the IQFOI in June of 2012! Our coach driver/tour guide was fun & entertaining. The accommodations were luxurious & comfortable. The food was fabulous.

The countryside was picturesque & breath taking. The quilts were beautiful & inspirational. Thanks for a wonderful time."
Karen and Mike Holt, Grand Junction, CO- "My husband and I went on a Sew Many Places Tour to Ireland for the International Quilt Festival in 2012 and LOVED it. We both has so much fun. The hotels we stayed in were marvelous, our bus driver and tour guide took such good care of us, Ireland is amazing and beautiful and fun and the people are wonderful. There were plenty of events for my husband to sign up and do while I was at the quilt show so he was happy and having fun too. The quilt show was great fun and I took a wonderful class there from a native Irish woman, using all Irish wools. We had the time of our lives and would love to go again - SOON! Thank you Sew Many Places!"
Mary Mulcahey, Lake Forest, GA- "The Ireland tour was absolutely wonderful. I would sign up again in a heartbeat."
Sarah Ruth Bridges, Moultrie, GA- "Absolutely fantastic! One of the best coach tours that I have been on. Our driver/tour guide was wonderful. I would go again."
Judi Walsh, Sault Sainte Marie, MI- "I absolutely loved Ireland and would consider taking another tour."
Mary Kent Davidson, Cochran, GA- "The trip to Ireland was even better than my expectations! We were matched with a wonderful driver/tour guide, Derrick, who added so much to what was already there. Wish it had not ended!"
Mary Lavold, Pensacola, FL- "I was very impressed that every thing ran smoothly"
Suzanne Leimer, Moultrie, GA - "Wonderful experience. I wanted to stay another week and repeat everything. I would like to return. Sew Many Places is top notch."

Bonnie Kipp, West Palm Beach, FL - "It was a fantastic trip. Very well done ! Everyone was so friendly and everything seemed to be very well planned."

Caren Duggan, Susanville, CA - "Our trip to Ireland was WONDERFUL! Enjoyed the many beautiful sights. We had excellent accommodations. Our driver, Derek Ryan, was a wealth of history and local information. I hope to go to Ireland again, as soon as possible."
Louise Caron, Valleyview, Alberta- "Fantastic! A week is a bit short, 10-14 days would be ideal!"
Shannon Reed-Michon, Sunset House, Alberta- "Very magical tour. Great overview of what Ireland had to offer."
Kathy Dunn, Red Deer County, Alberta- "This is a wonderful overview of the Republic of Ireland. All of the highlights this country has to offer have been showcased in this lovely 10 day trip!"
Bonnie Trottier, Valleyview, Alberta- "My first time ever abroad was a wonderful experience. Someone asked what my favorite part of the trip was and I must say the people. It’s all about those connections with people. The Irish and their country are truly wonderful."
Helga Brown, Lake Havasu City, AZ- "This was a wonderful tour, scenic, informative and wonderful accomodations."
Marilyn Kennedy, Englewood, FL - "It was well planned and an exceptional trip."
LINDA EVANS, Farmington Hills, MI - "The trip to Ireland was the wonderful! It was well planned and executed. I would encourage all my friends and family to take this trip."
Ami Peterson, Albuquerque, NM- "This was a wonderful way to whet your appetite about Ireland and travelling on bus tours in general."
Rebecca Gallen, Northway, AK- "I thoroughly enjoyed the planned out trip! Ireland was not my first choice of a country to visit, but I enjoyed the whole tour."
Joan Durbin - "Our trip to Ireland in 2012 was everything a dream trip should be. Excellent accommodations, great tour bus and driver, well planned. Itinerary and options for "side trips". I am anxious for another trip."
Marilyn Harding, Greenwood, IN- "The trip was perfectly planned. The escorts, Pam Holland and Brian Haggard were amusing and very congenial. Our driver, DB, was the icing on the cake. DB was funny and very knowledgeable. I spent a lot of the trip laughing. Isn’t fun the objective of a vacation?"
Nancy Lee Joyce, LaLuz, NM- "The tour was terrific! Especially our bus driver/tour guide BD."
Cindy Turner, Bedford, IN- "The tour was wonderful. Saw many amazing things. Pam and Brian were so much fun"
Karen Moorhead, Tarpon Springs, FL- "The tour was delightful. The accommodations, food, tour guide, selection of places to see, were all excellent!"
Nancy Joyce Dronek, Coarsegold, CA - "Fabulous trip with wonderful stops and activities!"
Donna Leichtenberg, Iroquois, SD- "Ireland was everything I expected and more!"
Rita Walter, Cresbard, South Dakota - "It was a trip of a life time."
Pauline Fitzgerald, Medicine Hat, Alberta - "Had never been part of a group trip before. I found the arrangements very satisfactory. My booking person was very helpful with flights, etc."
Carol Wells, Peabody, Massachusetts - "It was a great trip! I had a great time. Agnes was the best tour escort!"
Diane Graham, Sioux Falls, South Dakota - "This trip was a dream come true!"
Diana Bane, Buda, Texas - "I loved this tour! It was everything I hoped for and then some."
Brenda Swanson, Stony Mountain, Manitoba - "Awesome. Worth every penny"
Susan Green, Glen Allen, Virginia - "Great tour guide and driver. Carol Feller was fantastic."
Kris Conant, Westbrook, Maine - "A very unique travel experience."
Kathy Heydorn, Willoughby, Ohio - "Fabulous trip! We saw so many areas of Ireland, not just the standard tourist areas. The crafts were excellent."
Lorraine Brown, Plainwell, Michigan - "This was a great trip! Especially the sheep farm, what a visit! The crystal visit was enlightening, spent too much!"
Marlys Wiens, Edina, Minnesota - "The people of Ireland taught/confirmed the importance of taking care of the earth. There is history back to BC to the present (environmental issues (making ethanol on their farms to turning off your lights every time you left your room) and all the sheep and Holstein cows as we drove through the country side in the many shades of green pastures and trees. All surrounded with blue water of the Atlantic Ocean."
Phyllis Schicker, Johnson Creek, Wisconsin - "A very enjoyable and relaxing trip. Loved the crochet projects and slow pace of the trip. Our tour escort and driver were super."
Lisa Schicker, Johnson Creek, Wisconsin - "I really enjoyed this trip. I felt that the trip included just the right combination of workshops and site seeing. I loved how relaxed this trip was and how friendly everyone was. I felt that Jennifer was a great instructor and this trip really inspired my creative side."
Hazel Furst, East Northport, New York - "This was a wonderful tour. It was well planned, and the tour guides altered the agenda as needed and made it even better."
Grace Weiss, Glendale, New York - "The Emerald Isle Tour was the best trip I've ever taken."
Peggy Mott, San Antonio, Texas - "An informative, and entertaining tour. Our tour guide and the bus driver went over and above to see that we were entertained and well cared for. Jennifer Ryan, the instructor was well organized with her course materials and went out of her way to not only explain the technique but to make adjustments and adaptions for those of us who had vision, hearing and other physical problems."
Danny Olivia, Port St. Lucie, Florida - "too short, fun, new family"
Jessica Mileto, Glendale, New York - "The tour guides were amazing, they were so knowledgeable, friendly, easy-going and it helped that the entire trip was already planned and all I had to do was catch the bus in the morning. Amazing country, amazing people and I am so grateful I chose to come along."
Carrie Pearsall, Seattle, Washington - "It was terrific. I had a great time. All the visits & activities were a lot of fun. The time went so fast."
Ellen Gormley, North Bend, Ohio - "Craftours made the trip very easy by handling all the details!"
Darlene Pearsall, Seattle, Washington - "Very well organized. The tour guides (Agnes and Alice), our driver (Brendan) and instructor (Jennifer Ryan) were all great."
Mary Travillian, Marshalltown, Iowa - "A beautiful and well-organized trip with a great exploration of the flora and geographically beautiful sites; PLUS the fun crochet projects"
Karen Anderson, Sandpoint, Idaho - "It was so much fun. A good balance of crochet and sight seeing."
Brenda Pokorny, Stafford Springs, Connecticut - "AWESOME!! Well planned and organized. Everything went like clock work"
Shereen Prochnow, - "This was an amazing trip! I love history, so it was great to be able to visit a lot of the castles and cathedrals that are several hundred years old. The hands on scone making was also a highlight."
Terri Englehaupt, Rochester, Minnesota - "It was a wonderful time. Enjoyed the crochet portion, but going to Ireland was such a thrill for me. I'm digging up all of the genealogy I have & will continue working on it, now that I have visited where my family once lived!"
Jean Mejerle, Woodruff, Wisconsin - "The tour was grand! We covered a lot of territory in the time available! Agnes, the tour guide, and Brendan, the bus driver, couldn't have been nicer. I'll certainly look at more Craftours!"
Elaine Shepard, Little Mountain, Queensland - "Most enjoyable tour and crocheting experience."
Marilee McQuarrie, Wallawalla, Washington - "The tour itself was wonderful. Our guide, Agnes and bus driver, Con, were fantastic people who knew the area and history. We completely enjoyed the trip."
Meg Brotnov, Bellingham, Washington - "Ireland is a beautiful land of endless history. Craftours allowed us to visit as many places as possible in a short amount of time. The hotels were excellent and dinners superb! Our guide, Agnus was lovely and kept us organized and driver, Con very informative about the area. There was so much to see and so much history to absorb that I often didn't catch it all."
Sharon E. Posey, Everett, Washington - "I had a fabulous trip to Ireland, Agnes Warren was an excellent tour guide. The bus driver Con O'Leary also was an educated bus driver who informed of the history of Ireland."
Besime Brierton, Burke, VA - "Lovely trip. Ireland is a beautiful country, but Agnes and Con really made the trip special. Even though the weather didn't cooperate, they made sure we saw plenty and had a great experience."
Holly Brown, Ave Maria, FL - "The treasures of Ireland tour was amazing. My soul was invigorated. I have never seen so many different shades of green. I loved all the history and folk lore. Agnes and Con were a fantastic team. They are both a wealth of knowledge. My sister and I are already planning another trip."
Ellen MacLaughlin, Midland, MI - "Great tour guides, Agnes and Con."
Joni Ostroff, Orlando, FL - "Thoroughly enjoyed Ireland."
Joann Przygocki, Bay City, MI - "I can't begin to say how wonderful this tour was! Agnes and Con are such an incredible team! They made the trip worth every dollar!"
Kris Young, Fredricksburg, VA - "This was my first tour - it was amazing. Con who was our driver had a wealth of information that just made you want to squeeze his brain so you could get all that information. He was very professional and beyond nice! Agnes - she was like family. She ran a tight ship but in such a caring way and was able to get everyone where we needed to be. They both went out of their way to make sure we had a good time. They offered things that were not on the itinerary but on the way. They are both a major asset to Craftours and because of them, I would definately book a tour with you again."
Diane Felice, St. Augustine, FL - "Since this was my first tour with any company, I am very pleased to have taken with Craftours! Everything was thought out in advance and nothing was left to wonder about. I most certainly will be taking more tours in the future as I can! I have already been searching what is available and when they are so I don't miss out!!"
Cecelia Waye, Avon, IN - "The tour was a trip of a lifetime. I have so many wonderful memories. The itinerary was thoughtfully planned so that we were able to make the most of our time while there. I would highly recommend this trip!!"