I completely understand you have questions about how the current regulations might influence your camping trip for the end of the month.
There are indeed self-isolation measurements in place at the moment that might limit your experience, and you can find more information here
. The Irish government’s next review of the current regulations is due to take place around July 20th, and this is based on how the situation develops worldwide. It really is a wait and see kind of situation right now, but I hope for positive news, and you can keep an eye on updates here
As of July 3rd, Northern Ireland’s tourism industry has reopened
for those who are permitted to travel on domestic breaks across Great Britain and Northern Ireland. There is no quarantine in place for individuals travelling from Great Britain to Northern Ireland, but if you're travelling on to the Republic of Ireland, you'd still have to self-isolate.
If possible, you could even consider staying in Northern Ireland for those four days, as you wouldn't have to self-isolate. If you'd like to look at the available recommended camping and motorhome sites in the area, take a look on the following page
For more official resources, check out the Traveller Health page
I hope this was helpful, and that it all works out for you! If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch. I'm always happy to help! :)