Vagabond Tours keeps it local and lively
Wicklow company is capitalising on tourists who want an authentic experience
Rising interest in activity tourism is proving a boon for Wicklow’s Vagabond Tours.
“The big trend we’re seeing among visitors to Ireland is experiential – people want an authentic experience,” said Rob Rankin, who has been running Vagabond for 15 years with his wife Amy.
The couple started Vagabond on foot of a trip to Africa, with the aim of adapting the safari and adventure tours they had come across...
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