Episode 3

Traveling to Ireland

with Stephanie Chastain, Travel Coach - Infinite Ireland

by | Jan 18, 2021 | Europe, Podcast | 0 comments

If you have ever thought about traveling to Ireland, then you are going to like this episode. My guest today is Stephanie Chastain, who tells us all about the Emerald Isle, what to see, and how to travel slowly in order to truly take in the beauty of Ireland. Stephanie operates Infinite Ireland, a travel coaching service for those planning their first trip to Ireland. She creates custom, itineraries, hosts live workshops, and provides one-on-one travel planning services. Check out her website at infiniteireland.com

Welcome back to another episode of the Knockabout Travel Podcast. Today, we are virtually traveling to Ireland, and our guide is Stephanie Chastain of infiniteireland.com. Stephanie has traveled to Ireland on nine separate occasions and has explored the island extensively. She talks about both the Republic of Ireland as well as Northern Ireland and the natural and cultural beauty that can be found there.

Some of the topics that we touch on today include:

  • Dividing Ireland up into manageable sections to explore
  • The most popular attractions including the Cliffs of Moher and Giants Causeway
  • Different festivals like the Galway Arts Festival and the Matchmaking Festival (yes, it means what you think it means)
  • Travel tips like renting a car and driving on the left side of the road
  • Traveling with young children
  • Irish food and cuisine

This is a great conversation with someone who is truly passionate about Ireland and helping you to plan out your first trip. 

Hosts & Guests

Gregg Squeglia

Stephanie Chastain

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