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Monday, May 26th – Monday, June 2nd, 2025

8-Day Tour

Please read carefully before booking!


This trip is for anyone who identifies as a woman and is geared for all ages, from Maiden to mother to crone. However, I do advise that participants be 16 or older.

Most of the women who choose to travel with Gillian are adventurous, open-minded, and soulful individuals. The sisters who join my tours are kind-hearted and supportive, creating a strong sense of community and camaraderie. They are here to connect, share experiences, and support one another's needs throughout the journey.


There will be 13 wyld sisters (including Gillian) on our tour.


CAD 3950 shared room

CAD 4850 single room


A CAD 600 deposit will secure your spot. Please get in touch with Gillian to check availability. 

 Payments are preferred via E-transfer or Bank Transfer. If you'd like to use a credit card, I can send a PayPal invoice.



Once you’ve made your deposit, you can pay the balance CAD $3,350 (shared room) or CAD $4250 (single room), weekly, monthly, or any way that suits your budget as long as you are paid in fully by December 26, 2024.


Payments are preferred via E-transfer or Bank Transfer. If you'd like to use a credit card, I can send a PayPal invoice.



You have 14 days from paying your deposit in which to cancel and will receive your full deposit refund.  All refunds will be made within 15 days of your written and acknowledged cancellation request.


Cancellation Policy

If you need to withdraw your application, payments will be refunded less your $600 deposit in the following ways.

  • The balance payment is refundable less than the $600 deposit from the time of making the payment until four months (January 26, 2025) before the tour start date.

  • Between 4 and 3 months (January 26 - February 26, 2025) before your tour date, 50% of your balance is refundable - minus your deposit. 

  • Less than 3 months (after February 26, 2025) before your tour date, no balance refund can be given.

  • Cancellations by the client must be acknowledged in writing by both parties (you & Gillian). To cancel your tour booking, please email.

  • If Gillian cancels for any reason, you will receive– a full refund of your payment.

  • All refunds will be made within 30 days of your written and acknowledged cancellation request.​

  • You are responsible for your flights. Check with your airlines regarding their refund policy regarding cancellations.


Our journey will take us into caves, enclosed spaces, climbing over gates, walking on uneven surfaces, steep terrain, mud, fields with stinging nettles, ticks and sheep poo. Be aware that Irish weather isn't known for sun, but wet and wyld windy days and yes, even in the summer. 


These are full days filled with adventure and many of our activities are described as HIKING.  Some days we do stroll and use the vehicles, therefore, A GENERAL LEVEL OF FITNESS IS REQUIRED. You will need to use your personal ownership of your physical abilities, to ensure you get the most out of your sacred journey possible.


Your travel arrangements and payments to/from the tour start/end points are your responsibility. Flights should only be purchased after you have received word that the tour is 'set to go.' This happens when there are a minimum of 10 guests registered, and you will be notified as soon as it happens (at least six months before the tour starts and, of course, sooner if ten guests sign on before that).

You will arrange and purchase your own flights to and from Dublin.



Sharing a room with another traveller can be a wonderful added experience. Many roommates who start a tour as strangers soon become fast friends and remain friends for years to come! Not only will you find a new friend, but there will also be significant price savings when sharing the room cost.


However, there are a few things to consider before agreeing to room with another traveller. I suggest having a phone chat (rather than an email conversation) to discuss the logistics of sharing a room. After your conversation, you can then decide if you wish to share a room with a stranger (who might become a great friend) or opt for your own room. If you really like your own space, make sure you’re 100% comfortable with your decision. Lastly, remember that just because you are roommates, it does not mean you must do everything together.

If you are coming alone and would like to share a room, Gillian will partner you up with someone who you feel would be a good fit.


Gillian has done her best to choose comfortable, charming hotels that reflect the local culture and atmosphere.

Our stay at Temple House is a lovely treat— we are staying for three nights of the tour. Temple House is a privately-owned country mansion offering a unique and memorable experience. This is not a hotel, so no two rooms are alike, but even the smallest rooms are much bigger than a typical European hotel room, and each room has its own dedicated private bathroom. Rooms will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis at the discretion of Gillian White. Some sisters choosing the "room-sharing" price may get their own room on a first-come, first-served basis.



I suggest arriving in Dublin a day before our tour begins and planning to leave the day after our tour ends. This is a beautiful opportunity to explore Dublin on your own or with some of your wyld sisters. Gillian will provide recommendations for activities, including a walking tour guide. If there is enough interest, I will arrange a dinner for us to gather and connect before our official journey begins.

Most flights from Canada and the USA are overnight, so you should book to leave on Saturday, May 24th, and arrive on the morning of Sunday, May 25th (a full day before our tour begins on Monday, May 26th). Likewise, our tour will end later in the day on Monday, June 2nd (around 3:30 pm). Unless you book a flight to leave in the evening, it’s best to stay overnight and leave on Tuesday, June 3rd, or later.



To maximize our day of magick, we will meet at 8:30 am sharp on Monday, May 26th. Our meeting point is the designated Meeting Point at Dublin Airport, located adjacent to the Information Desk on the Arrivals Level in Terminal One.​


During our tour, I will set up a WhatsApp group to keep in touch with the Wyld Sisters. It's the most efficient way to send updates to the group in Ireland and share all our pictures. 


The Irish currency is the Euro. The best way to get cash is by using a debit card in ATMs wherever possible. MasterCard and VISA are widely accepted everywhere.


Plan for about €20 per day for lunches. Your daily expenses will be mostly for the purchase of lunches each day, plus snacks, two dinners and any extra drinks you may want. You may want to put aside tip money for our bus driver, average tip sisters' gift is between €30 - €50. This is of course optional.



You can't prevent the unexpected from happening before or during your trip. Medical emergencies or lost luggage can lead to unexpected expenses. Despite the best planning, unforeseen events can easily disrupt your trip. I strongly recommend purchasing travel insurance, including international medical insurance, trip cancellation and interruption insurance. Check with your local insurance company for the best policy for you.


Passports are required for all international travel. Passports must have a minimum of 6 months validity from the date of scheduled return. Travel documents and airline tickets must exactly match the name and spelling as appears in the passport.


I recommend travelling lightly. One medium suitcase and a daypack should be sufficient.Take a look at packing page for tips! 


To make your trip flow with ease and to get the excitement going, I will be mailing out a welcome package to each of you on January 26th, 2025. This package will include your final itinerary, a Dublin walking tour guide, and a few added goodies.


Because things sometimes don't go exactly as planned when travelling, I have found that having an adventurous attitude toward hiccups in the plan makes all the difference.  If something is not up to your expectations, or plans have to change suddenly, remember that this is an adventure and a journey of discovery of the land and of the self!  Just go with the flow and remember, "It's all part of the journey!

“One of the amazing recognitions of Celtic Spirituality and wisdom is the sisterhood of nature and the soul.”        

                                                   ~ John O’Donohue

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