We have exciting news for you all!
We are teaming up with Thomas Easley of The Eclectic School of Herbal Medicine in North Carolina to bring you our Wild Places Tour next May 5th~15th, 2020!
There are a limited amount of reduced price early registration places available so get in touch soon to reserve one of these.
Get a May 2020 ‘Wild Places Tour’ e-brochure pdf with in-depth itinerary and helpful information by
3rd-13th September 2019
‘Deepening The Roots’ Tour
On this Deepening the Roots Tour, we will continue with the work of journeying to and connecting with the wild places. We will visit many known and hidden places of botanical interest and wild natural beauty where you will encounter Ireland’s rare and unusual flora including our native medicinal herbs and the ancient traditions of their use.
As we travel through stunning landscapes you may commune with ancient stones, holy wells and sacred forests of Ireland.
We will forage for wild seaweeds, edible hedgerow weeds and wild medicinal herbs. We will learn about the geological and cultural history of this land. We will hear the stories of the old people, of the wise women, and the wee folk and of the great races of people that are said to have once inhabited this island.
We will walk in some of Ireland’s most ecologically important native woodlands.
Testimonial from US based herbalist/ author/ teacher extraordinaire Rosemary Gladstar for the Sept. 2016 & May 2017 Plant Lovers’ Journey to Ireland organised and guided by Wild Routes Ireland.
“Chris and Tara were amazing guides on our first Plant Lover’s Journey to Ireland! Chris did an outstanding job creating an itinerary that was not only inspiring, but incredibly fun. We woke up every day with a new adventure planned. As nature and plant lovers, we spent a great deal of our time outdoors in the beautiful countryside, Walking through sacred woods, ancient groves, and visiting sacred sites. Tara, being Irish to her core, was able to share with us the magic of her homeland and enrich our journey with her stories and ceremonies. And what really made the trip for most of us, was the opportunity to meet so many wonderful Irish people ~ artists, musicians, storytellers, the Irish herbal community ~ all were invited to be part of our journey.”