About 'Donegal Tour Guide' Henry Doohan

Hello! Thanks for considering me as your private tour guide and chauffeur while in Ireland.

I’m a Fáilte Ireland approved Local, Regional and National Tour Guide and fully compliant with all PSV & SPSV licences and insurances for transporting passengers. My private tours of Ireland are relaxed and tailored to the pace of each group and their interests.

What you need to know about me; I am first and foremost a husband and Daddy of three young children. I’m born and bred in County Donegal and my love for showing people around my homeland developed when I worked as a tour guide with a Donegal Tours company. I later joined Glenveagh National Park as a Visitor Guide and knew that I had definitely found my calling. I’ve also trained in TV and radio presenting and am a casual radio presenter here on local radio.

My private Donegal tours are fun, relaxed and tailored to the pace of each group and their interests. Whether you’re on a quest to find your ancestors or sight-seeing the many historic and scenic attractions along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, a bespoke tour with a private chauffeur is an excellent option for your small group.

Join me as I show you my homeland, County Donegal. Sure, we’ll have a bit of Craic along the way!

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My Favourite Donegal Tours


Malin Head, Inishowen, Co. Donegal

The ‘Inishowen 100’ offers scenic views from Grianan of Aileach fort, a breathtaking descent at Mamore Gap, a step back in time at Doagh Famine Village as well as a visit to Ireland’s most northerly point Malin Head.

South Donegal

Sliabh Liag, Co. Donegal

Immerse yourself in the traditional Irish culture at Glencolmcille Folk Village and enjoy views of views of the Atlantic Ocean, Donegal Bay and the Sligo Mountains from over 600m high at Sliabh Liag sea cliffs.

Donegal Gaeltacht

Glenveagh National Park, Co. Donegal

Learn a cúpla focail (a few words) of Irish on board this Gaeltacht tour as you marvel at the castle and gardens at Glenveagh National Park and take in the majestic sights at Donegal’s highest peak, Errigal Mountain.

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