India, Lebanon and South Korea are among the countries included.
Ministerial visits abroad for St Patrick's Day are resuming this year.
Only a small number took place in 2020, while no visits took place last year because of the pandemic.
The government is planning 33 high level visits next month.
Taoiseach Michael Martin will travel to Washington and London, while the Tánaiste will head to South America.
Leo Varadkar will visit Columbia and Chile. Green Party Leader Eamon Ryan will be in New York.
Here's a full list of where the cabinet are going, local TDs highlighted:
Taoiseach - London, UK; Washington D.C, USA
Tánaiste - Colombia; Chile
Minister Eamon Ryan - New York, USA
Minister Paschal Donohoe - The Netherlands; London, UK
Minister Michael McGrath - San Francisco, USA; Vancouver, Canada
Minister Catherine Martin - Argentina
Minister Darragh O’Brien - UAE (Expo)
Minister Norma Foley - Boston, USA
Minister Roderic O’Gorman - New York, USA; Philadelphia, USA
Minister Simon Harris - France
Minister Helen McEntee - Savannah, USA
Minister Stephen Donnelly - Austin, USA
Minister Charlie McConalogue - Canada
Minister of State Lisa Chambers - L.A., USA
Minister of State Pippa Hackett - Greece
Minister of State Hildegarde Naughton - Australia; New Zealand
Minister of State Thomas Byrne - Italy
Minister of State Patrick O’Donovan - Chicago, USA
Minister of State Niamh Smyth - Spain; Portugal
Minister of State Josepha Madigan - Slovenia
Minister of State Martin Heydon - Lebanon
Minister of State Anne Rabbitte - Romania
Minister of State Colm Brophy - Mexico
Minister of State O’Brien Finland
Minister of State Peter Burke - Japan; South Korea
Minister of State Robert Troy - India
Minister of State Damien English - Sweden
Minister of State Mary Butler - Belgium
Minister of State Frank Feighan - Poland
Minister of State Niall Collins - Croatia
Minister of State Sean Fleming - North of England; Scotland, UK
Minister of State James Browne - Czech Republic
Attorney General - Washington D.C., USA
Minister Simon Coveney - Minister on call/Engagements on island of Ireland
Minister Heather Humphreys - no travel
Minister of State Malcolm Noonan - no travel
A former minister is defending the government, saying the cynicism around the overseas visits for St. Patrick's Day is misplaced.
Pat Rabbitte says while the cynicism is inevitable, the St. Patrick's day visits are a unique opportunity for Ireland: