I must have been destined to start a tour company. My father set up a bus company in 1986, and from a young age, I was always involved in the business, whether it was answering phones or cleaning the vehicles. I have also always been very sportive, and I love hiking and biking. I love meeting people from around the globe and hearing their stories. So, after graduating from college with a degree in Business and Tourism, I set up my own tour company.

In 2008, after a few years exploring the island of Ireland and some lessons learned along the way, I decided it was time to introduce my innovative style of travel to the whole island of Ireland, where the real adventure was waiting to begin.

My tourism style is all about taking travelers to remote destinations, visiting places of breathtaking scenery, meeting inspiring people, and experiencing great hospitality. All mixed together with stories of legendary history and culture. When you share these unique adventures with a great group of people from all over the world… well, that is when the real Irish spirit comes into play!

Sean's Travel Expertise

I want to get you further off the beaten track in Ireland, immersing you in the places and activities that will—quite simply—blow you away. To name a few: gentle hiking from Doolin to the Cliffs of Moher, staying in small coastal fishing villages along the Wild Atlantic Way, eating fresh Atlantic seafood in quaint little towns, seeing local craftsmen at work, biking around old Gaelic islands, and kayaking with dolphins.

Sean's best travel experience

Traveling around Provence in the south of France remains one of my travel highlights. 'Provence' probably rings a bell if you have read "A Year in Provence" by Peter Mayle. We discovered, by bike and on foot, all the celebrated villages listed in the famous book: Lacoste, Ménerbes, Bonnieux, Gordes, etc.

My favorite thing to do while visiting these towns was to sit on the terrace of the local coffee place, enjoying a café and watching people walking out of the boulangerie with their baguette, old folks playing pétanque (Provençal bocce ball) and of course, chit-chatting about the weather with the locals!

The cerise sur le gâteau (cherry on top) on this trip was that we had the chance to experience a provençal market in the town of Gordes, the picture-postcard of the Luberon!

Why is Sean the right travel expert

I believe that travel has the power to transform lives. My experiences facilitate meaningful interactions between travelers, locals, and nature. Travelers become inspired and locals empowered, which in turn helps communities and local businesses thrive.

Behind me is a team of creators who work closely with local communities, activity providers, and experiences to help them tell their stories to travelers. This way, tourism can be a powerful ally for those communities and locally run businesses to grow and support the lives of their people and families for the better.