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Private Guided Tour of Ring of Kerry from Killarney

Private Guided Tour of Ring of Kerry from Killarney - Killarney, Ireland

Duration: Flexible
Location: Killarney, Ireland

From USD
$329.56

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Dingle Bay viewing point
  • Spectacular Bray head loop walk
  • The Ring of Kerry driving route – wonderful scenery and fascinating history
  • Gaze out upon spectacular landscapes
  • Experience the wild nature of Ireland
  • Derrynane historical park, fairy forest and strand
  • Ladies view, Torc Waterfall and Killarney lakes 

Group Maximum: 16 travelers

Ring of Kerry, Valentia Island, Derrynane, Torc Waterfall, Bray Head Walk.  This is a small group tour that travels off the beaten track and a long the narrow country roads of south Kerry.

Our small luxury vehicle allow us to move away from the hustle and bustle of the  loud tourist routes , where we can enjoy small nature walks and take our time to experience the destinations surroundings.

Isolated from the rest of Ireland by the impressive landscape, the Ring of Kerry Tour will take you where the locals go. Follow a coastal trail on windswept cliffs, perched above beautiful coastlines ... More info ›

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Dingle Bay viewing point
  • Spectacular Bray head loop walk
  • The Ring of Kerry driving route – wonderful scenery and fascinating history
  • Gaze out upon spectacular landscapes
  • Experience the wild nature of Ireland
  • Derrynane historical park, fairy forest and strand
  • Ladies view, Torc Waterfall and Killarney lakes 

Group Maximum: 16 travelers

Ring of Kerry, Valentia Island, Derrynane, Torc Waterfall, Bray Head Walk.  This is a small group tour that travels off the beaten track and a long the narrow country roads of south Kerry.

Our small luxury vehicle allow us to move away from the hustle and bustle of the  loud tourist routes , where we can enjoy small nature walks and take our time to experience the destinations surroundings.

Isolated from the rest of Ireland by the impressive landscape, the Ring of Kerry Tour will take you where the locals go. Follow a coastal trail on windswept cliffs, perched above beautiful coastlines. This amazing guided tour takes you along the spectacular Wild Atlantic Way as you experience the most dramatic scenery that Ireland has to offer.

After an optional hike , you will get the chance to sample the fresh seafood and local craft beers in a nice cozy Irish Pub. Discover the bustling and colorful Portmagee village . For the active traveler who wants to experience a real slice of Irish life, this compact day adventure tops the menu.

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Private Guided Tour of Dingle Peninsula from Killarney

Private Guided Tour of Dingle Peninsula from Killarney - Killarney, Ireland

Duration: Flexible
Location: Killarney, Ireland

From USD
$268.62

Introduction: 
Witness the beauty of the Dingle Peninsula in the Small Private Guided Tour of Dingle Peninsula from Killarney. Follow a coastal trail on windswept cliffs, perched above beautiful coastlines ... More info ›

Introduction: 
Witness the beauty of the Dingle Peninsula in the Small Private Guided Tour of Dingle Peninsula from Killarney. Follow a coastal trail on windswept cliffs, perched above beautiful coastlines. Enjoy fresh seafood dishes and local craft beers served by many of the local cosy pubs. We go where the locals go!!!

Tour Highlights:
Stroll along Inch Strand - one of Irelands most beautiful beaches
Learn some Gaelic , Irish Culture and about local myths and legends
The Slea Head driving route - wonderful scenery and fascinating history
Outstanding coastal walk along the jaw dropping Wild Atlantic Way - ( Optional)
Gaze out upon spectacular landscapes
Experience the wild nature of Ireland
Dingle Town – vibrant & colourful streets and relaxing harbour

Start your tour visiting the famous Inch beach, which is famous for movie scenes and it's long stretch strand and visit the Minard Castle.
Continue on through Ireland's greatest coastal drive, the curvy Slea Head peninsula. Witness some panoramic views of the Blasket Islands and the scattered rocks.

Explore the Blasket centre in the heart of Dunquin learning about the life and times of these trully magnificent islanders.
OR continue with a magnificent half hour walk called Siuloid na Cille along the Wild Atlantic Way. 

Continue your tour with a visit to one of the most iconic monastic sites located in the Dingle Peninsula, the Gallarus Oratory.

When you arrive in Dingle town you can choose between taking a harbour cruise along the mouth of Dingle Bay to see Ireland most famous mammal, Fungi the Dolphin, or just sit back , relax and enjoy the fresh seafood dishes and local craft beers served by many of the local cosy pubs.

Conclude your tour back in Killarney.

On your tour:
Create your own individual tour
Travel off the beaten track
Go at your own pace
Stop off when you want
Learn about the local history
Visit local bars & restaurants
Enjoy a quality service
Choose many outdoor adventures

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Private Guided Tour of Dingle Peninsula from Tralee

Private Guided Tour of Dingle Peninsula from Tralee - Tralee, Ireland
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Tralee, Ireland

From USD
$268.62

Witness the beauty of the Dingle Peninsula in the Small Private Guided Tour of Dingle Peninsula from Killarney. Follow a coastal trail on windswept cliffs, perched above beautiful coastlines ... More info ›

Witness the beauty of the Dingle Peninsula in the Small Private Guided Tour of Dingle Peninsula from Killarney. Follow a coastal trail on windswept cliffs, perched above beautiful coastlines. Enjoy fresh seafood dishes and local craft beers served by many of the local cosy pubs. We go where the locals go!!!

Tour Highlights:
Stroll along Inch Strand - one of Irelands most beautiful beaches
Learn some Gaelic , Irish Culture and about local myths and legends
The Slea Head driving route - wonderful scenery and fascinating history
Outstanding coastal walk along the jaw dropping Wild Atlantic Way - ( Optional)
Gaze out upon spectacular landscapes
Experience the wild nature of Ireland
Dingle Town – vibrant & colourful streets and relaxing harbour

Start your tour visiting the famous Inch beach, which is famous for movie scenes and it's long stretch strand and visit the Minard Castle.
Continue on through Ireland's greatest coastal drive, the curvy Slea Head peninsula. Witness some panoramic views of the Blasket Islands and the scattered rocks.

Explore the Blasket centre in the heart of Dunquin learning about the life and times of these trully magnificent islanders.
OR continue with a magnificent half hour walk called Siuloid na Cille along the Wild Atlantic Way.

Continue your tour with a visit to one of the most iconic monastic sites located in the Dingle Peninsula, the Gallarus Oratory.

When you arrive in Dingle town you can choose between taking a harbour cruise along the mouth of Dingle Bay to see Ireland most famous mammal, Fungi the Dolphin, or just sit back , relax and enjoy the fresh seafood dishes and local craft beers served by many of the local cosy pubs.

Conclude your tour back in Killarney.

On your tour:
Create your own individual tour
Travel off the beaten track
Go at your own pace
Stop off when you want
Learn about the local history
Visit local bars & restaurants
Enjoy a quality service
Choose many outdoor adventures

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Full-day Private Connemara National Park Ecology Walk from Letterfrack

Full-day Private Connemara National Park Ecology Walk from Letterfrack - Letterfrack, Ireland

Duration: 1 day
Location: Letterfrack, Ireland

From USD
$800.88

Come and bounce with us on quaking bogs, forage in the forest and taste delicious edible seaweeds - discover Connemara's hidden treasures during this one day ecological walk across blanket bogs, beaches and the Connemara National Park! Discover why the wildlife of this area is of such international importance and the fascinating history of Connemara’s land and seascapes, in a spirit of conservation with your knowledgeable ecology guide. Between the sea and the earth, you gain an insight to all the various species of plants in the area, such as the edible seaweeds on the sea rocks or the wonderful wild orchids, bog cotton and carnivorous plants of the bog, as well as the wild plants you forage in the forest of the Connemara National Park.

Morning Connemara National Park and Bog Walk

Meet at the Connemara National Park and learn of the different habitats of the area and wild forest plants you can forage in the park ... More info ›

Come and bounce with us on quaking bogs, forage in the forest and taste delicious edible seaweeds - discover Connemara's hidden treasures during this one day ecological walk across blanket bogs, beaches and the Connemara National Park! Discover why the wildlife of this area is of such international importance and the fascinating history of Connemara’s land and seascapes, in a spirit of conservation with your knowledgeable ecology guide. Between the sea and the earth, you gain an insight to all the various species of plants in the area, such as the edible seaweeds on the sea rocks or the wonderful wild orchids, bog cotton and carnivorous plants of the bog, as well as the wild plants you forage in the forest of the Connemara National Park.

Morning Connemara National Park and Bog Walk

Meet at the Connemara National Park and learn of the different habitats of the area and wild forest plants you can forage in the park. You then walk along a bog road with your guide and understand why the wildlife of this area is of such international importance. On the way, take a look at blanket bogs, and key species such as bog cotton, carnivorous plants and wild orchids. You will discover the fascinating history of the bog wildlife and the folklore around it.

During the walk, your guide will explain how bogs were formed and about the history of bog cutting and bog bodies. You also appreciate the wonderful views of Connemara and the fascinating geology of the area.

It's recommended you have lunch in the area at any of the village restaurants or pubs.

Afternoon Beach Walk

Visit one of the beaches in Connemara and gaze at the offshore islands that point out Croagh Patrick – Ireland’s holy mountain. On some of the strands you will be able to look at a 700 year old shell middens uncovered on the beach. Enjoy the white sand under your feet while discovering the history of this place.

Look at otter runs and find out about the interesting animals and plants that live on the seashore. Wild Orchids should be in bloom at the roadside edge. On your way, find out about the different edible seaweeds on the seashore and taste them too!

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Ring of Kerry Private Tour from Killarney

Ring of Kerry Private Tour from Killarney - Killarney, Ireland
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Killarney, Ireland

From USD
$366.86

The Ring of Kerry is a circular tour and is 112 miles long. It goes from Killorglin via Cahersiveen and Kenmare to Killarney and takes in some of the most spectacular landscapes of Ireland's southwest ... More info ›

The Ring of Kerry is a circular tour and is 112 miles long. It goes from Killorglin via Cahersiveen and Kenmare to Killarney and takes in some of the most spectacular landscapes of Ireland's southwest. It is considered to be Ireland’s most famous tourist drive.  You will experience an endless succession of nature's finest delights. 

The Itinerary:

Following a pick up from your accommodation, on route we will visit Killorglin which is home of the semi-pagan festival; Puck Fair. 
From Killorglin, the tour will include the following scenic areas of interest:

The Bog Village Museum

 The Bog Museum is located close to Glenbeigh. This museum gives a fascinating insight into how people lived and worked in Ireland in the 18th Century. The village is the only one of its kind in Europe and is one of Kerry's leading tourist attractions. Whilst in Glenbeigh, we shall also visit its glorious sandy beach.

Cahersiveen

Following the N70 road we will stop at Cahersiveen, the birthplace of Daniel O'Connell, who was a political leader in the first half of the 19th century and was often referred to as the Liberator or Emancipator.

Valentia Island

From Cahersiveen, the tour continues to Valentia Island. It is a picture-postcard island situated off the South West coast of Kerry and is of great beauty and contrast. It is joined to the mainland by bridge via the Portmagee Channel. Valentia was the eastern terminus of the first commercially viable transatlantic telegraph cable. Transatlantic telegraph cables operated from Valentia Island for one hundred years.

 In Port Magee, we shall stop for lunch. After lunch, the next part of the tour includes a visit to the Kerry Cliffs.

The Kerry Cliffs

The Kerry Cliffs is a family run tourist attraction in Portmagee. The cliffs have been a viewing point for generations and are widely accepted as the most spectacular cliffs in Kerry. They stand over 1000ft above the wild Atlantic and were formed 400 million years ago.  From the Kerry Cliffs, the tour continues to Ballinskelligs and Skelligs Chocolate.

Skelligs Chocolate

Skelligs Chocolate is a family business based in St. Finians’s Bay overlooking the magnificent Skelligs Rocks. It welcomes visitors to come to its open plan factory and see the chocolates being created, while tasting the freshly made delights. 

Following on from Ballinskelligs, we visit Waterville, Caherdaniel, Sneem and Kenmare.

Kenmare

Kenmare is cradled in the heart of Kenmare Bay. The town is noted for its food and pubs. Along the N71 we will see breath-taking Ladies View,and we will have an opportunity to visit another spectacular marvel known as Torc Waterfall. It is a stunning heavy waterfall with amazing views.

Your tour concludes in Killarney whereby you will be taken back to your accommodation.


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Private Tour of Dingle Peninsula from Killarney

Private Tour of Dingle Peninsula from Killarney - Killarney, Ireland
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Killarney, Ireland

From USD
$348.21

The Dingle Peninsula is one of the western most areas of Ireland. It contains, spectacular, unspoilt coastal landscapes and beaches ... More info ›

The Dingle Peninsula is one of the western most areas of Ireland. It contains, spectacular, unspoilt coastal landscapes and beaches. Numerous historic and prehistoric sites dot the landscape and let’s not forget in the midst of it all, is Dingle town.

The itinerary:

Following a pick up from your accommodation, we will start the tour to Dingle. On route we will visit Inch beach which affords breath taking views of the rugged Atlantic coast. A few kilometres from Inch is the town of Annascaul, where famous Antarctic explorer and seaman Tom Crean was born. The trip will continue to Dingle town where shopping and a spot of lunch will be highly recommended and greatly welcomed. A visit to Tom Crean’s Brewery is possible as well.

From Dingle, the tour will include the following scenic areas of interest.

Dunbeg Fort

Dunbeg Fort is an Iron Age fortification and is regarded as one of the best preserved in Ireland. Nearby are the beehive huts, which were thought to be a form of accommodation for medieval pilgrims.

Gallarus Oratory

Gallarus Oratory is an early medieval church, built from stone without mortar and shaped like a boat. It is an architectural ecclesiastical gem.

Kilmalkedar

Today, the Romanesque church of Kilmalkedar is in ruins, but it is still worth a visit. In the graveyard you might find ancient crosses, a medieval sundial and pagan memorial stones.

Riasc

Riasc is a monastic settlement of the 7th century, excavated and open to the public. Visitor will find an inscribed ‘pillar stone’. These stones were precursors of the high crosses.

Slea Head

Slea Head is reached via the Slea Head Drive and offers stunning view of the coast and the Blasket Islands.

Conor Pass

Our return journey offers you the chance to experience the Conor Pass which is the highest mountain pass in Ireland. On this route, there are wonderful views of the coast. There is a car park where you can experience breath-taking views of the mountains and valleys. The road then carries on down towards Brandon Bay passing cliffs, a waterfall and charming lakes.

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