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Francis Brennan’s Grand Tour destination is revealed as holidaymakers take off from Dublin Airport

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4 May 2018 

 

Francis Brennan’s Grand Tour destination is revealed as holidaymakers take off from Dublin Airport

 

It was absolute bedlam at Dublin airport this week as 12 Irish holidaymakers met up with TV personality Francis Brennan to take off for a new series of Francis Brennan's Grand Tour which will be shown on RTE One this Summer.

With passports in hand and bags packed the 12 unsuspecting holidaymakers were finally told by hotelier Francis at Dublin airport yesterday that they would be taking off for South Africa for the fourth series of this popular holiday series produced by Waddell Media.

Francis said: “It’s down to me to make sure my paying tourists get the holiday of a lifetime and I’ll be ensuring everything goes to my exact plan, I can’t wait to land in Johannesburg Airport for the first part of our tour.  We will also be heading off on safari in search of the Big Five and driving the Garden Route ending up in Cape Town if all goes to plan.”

Jannine Waddell, MD, Waddell Media said: “So far Francis has taken groups to Europe, India and Vietnam and there is never a dull moment, this trip promises to be no different as we will be facing a new set of challenges in South Africa and our cameras will be there to catch every moment for RTE’s viewers back home.”

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