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Private Mizen Head Tour from Kenmare

Private Mizen Head Tour from Kenmare - Kenmare, Ireland

Duration: Flexible
Location: Kenmare, Ireland

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$81.78

This private day trip from Kenmare takes you along the Atlantic Ocean coastline of West Cork to Mizen Head. Pass through Killarney National Park, verdant farmland, and quaint Irish villages, including Bantry and Glengarriff, via the Caha Pass ... More info ›

This private day trip from Kenmare takes you along the Atlantic Ocean coastline of West Cork to Mizen Head. Pass through Killarney National Park, verdant farmland, and quaint Irish villages, including Bantry and Glengarriff, via the Caha Pass. You're treated to sweeping vistas and personalized commentary along the way. Round-trip hotel transport is included.

Your private tour to Mizen Head starts with pickup from your accommodation in Killarney town. A personalized driver-guide takes you through Killarney National Park, including a stop at Torc Waterfall, hidden in a dense forest. Heading along N71, you'll reach Ladies View with a spectacular vista of the park's lakes. 

Continuing on through Moll's Gap, you'll find a 3,000-year-old Druid stone circle and Cromwell's Bridge in Kenmare town, where local fishermen, farmers, and craftsmen sell their products on market day. Crossing the Kenmare River toward Glengarriff village, stop along the way at Bonane Heritage Park. Your guide can point out evidence of a stone fort and the ruins of a traditional Irish cottage and stone circle. After a stop at Lorge Chocolatier for a taste, pass through tunnels linking County Kerry to County Cork.

On arrival at Glengariff, you can purchase a seafood or farmer's lunch at a local restaurant (own expense) and take a short walk through Glengarriff Park to see the seals basking lazily on the rocks.

Your drive proceeds to Bantry town toward Durrus, moving along the coast to Toormore and finally to Mizen Head, passing beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean and the countryside of West Cork en route. Mizen Head itself delivers an unforgettable impression with fantastic photo ops. After a rest stop at the cafe and gift shop, relax during the 1.5-hour return drive to Killarney, with drop-off at your accommodation.

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Dingle Peninsula Private Tour from Kenmare

Dingle Peninsula Private Tour from Kenmare - Kenmare, Ireland

Duration: Flexible
Location: Kenmare, Ireland

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$81.78

Private tour with a passenger vehicle and experienced guide. The tour includes all the attractions on the Dingle peninsula including the Connor Pass.

The "Slea Head Drive" is a spectacular scenic route on the Dingle Peninsula in South-West Ireland ... More info ›

Private tour with a passenger vehicle and experienced guide. The tour includes all the attractions on the Dingle peninsula including the Connor Pass.

The "Slea Head Drive" is a spectacular scenic route on the Dingle Peninsula in South-West Ireland. A private tour with us is the perfect way to enjoy it. You can be fully in charge of the itinerary . Where do we stop for pictures? Stop here for lunch? It is up to you to decide. Our tour includes sights and attractions that you cannot reach on a coach tour, for example the Connor Pass.

The Dingle peninsula gets is name from the largest town on the peninsula. The peninsula is often called Corca Dhuibhne, even by English speaking people. It means "tribe of Duibhne". On the peninsula there are two mountain ranges: the Slieve Mish Mountains in the east, and another range of mountains in the west that has no name. Mount Brandon is the tallest mountain in Ireland after the peeks of the MacgillyCuddy Reeks outside Killarney.

The Connor Pass is an absolute highlight that cannot be missed. It starts just outside the town of Dingle and ends on the other side of the peninsula near the village Castlegregory. It is Ireland's highest mountain pass. It is a narrow, twisting road surrounded by sharp drops and lakes. As such, coaches are prohibited from driving this road.

Just off the very westernmost point on the peninsula you will find the Blasket Islands. Until the 1950s these islands were inhabited and from Dunquin, on the mainland, you can still see the remains of the main village on the Great Blasket island. Many of the old inhabitants became famous writers and poets and the Blasket Centre has a fascinating exhibition on the litterary heritage of the islands.

A large part of the peninsula is designated as a so called "Gaeltacht". This means the Irish language is the primary language spoken here. Road signs, for example, are all in Irish language.

Our tour includes all the important highlights on the Dingle peninsula such as the Connor Pass, Ferriter's Cove, Gallarus Oratory and the Blasket Centre. We will pass many colourfull villages such as Dingle, Castlegregory, Dunquin and Annascaul. We can point you to excellent restaurants and bars in these places to stop for a tasty lunch, Irish pint of plain, or coffee.

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Ring of Kerry Private Tour from Kenmare

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

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$81.78

Private Tour of the Ring of Kerry in a passenger vehicle with an experienced guide.

The "Ring of Kerry" is a spectacular scenic route in south west Ireland. A private tour with us is the best way to enjoy all the sights and scenery the route has to offer ... More info ›

Private Tour of the Ring of Kerry in a passenger vehicle with an experienced guide.

The "Ring of Kerry" is a spectacular scenic route in south west Ireland. A private tour with us is the best way to enjoy all the sights and scenery the route has to offer. You can fully be in charge of the itinerary. Compared with coach tours, we can make more stops (of your choice) and travel to places where buses have no access.

The Ring of Kerry is a world-famous route following the N70, N71 and R562 roads in a circular direction around the Iveragh peninsula. The route starts in the town Killarney and passes through the towns and villages of (in order): Killorglin, Cahersiveen, Waterville, Sneem, Kenmare, and finally back to Killarney.

A private tour of the Ring of Kerry has great advantages. Of course you can visit the well known places of interest (for example: Muckross House and Gardens, Coomakista Pass, Kerry Bog Village and the Torc Waterfalls). In addition, we can show you lesser known places that are equally impressive.

  • Cromwell's Bridge is a mysterious bridge in the centre of Kenmare. Folklore goes it does not get its name from Oliver Cromwell but is named after the Irish word croimeal - which means moustache!
  • The Stone Circle in Kenmare is the largest of its kind in south-western Ireland.
  • The Skelligs Ring boasts panaramic views of massive cliffs. The Skellig Islands can be seen in the distance.
  • On Valentia Island, humans have been active from at least 4,560 B.C. Along with stunning scenery, Valentia Island is home to the Skellig Experience and Valentia Heritage Museum. At the Valentia Slate Quarry, to this day slate is being mined. Slate from here was used for the Opera House in Paris and Westminster Palace in London!
  • Cahergall Fort, Leacanabuiaile Fort and Ballycarbery Castle are all great medieval forts around Cahersiveen. As old as they are, they still dominate the area present-day!

On our private tour, we can stop anywhere you like. You will not miss any Kodak-moments and we can advise you on great places to have lunch, coffee or an Irish pint of plain.

Several variations on the official route exist, that include for example Valentia Island and Saint Finian's Bay. The tour can take you to all these places, including of course the famous highlights such as the Gap of Dunloe, Kerry Bog Village, Derrynane House and Gardens, Valentia Island, Muckross House and Ross Castle.

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Private Tour of the Ring of Beara from Kenmare

Private Tour of the Ring of Beara from Kenmare - Kenmare, Ireland

Duration: Flexible
Location: Kenmare, Ireland

From USD
$81.78

R​ing of Beara tour through Healy Pass, Derreen Gardens, visit Cable Car station to Dursey Island. Garnish Island optionally (depended on boat availability) ... More info ›

R​ing of Beara tour through Healy Pass, Derreen Gardens, visit Cable Car station to Dursey Island. Garnish Island optionally (depended on boat availability). Drive through all most colorful villages of Beara Peninsula along the coast with spectacular view at Atlantic Ocean. Visit to Uragh Stone Circle beautifully located between two lakes with a view at mysterious waterfall.

Tour starts in Kenmare town County Kerry. The only town at Ring of Kerry and Ring of Beara. Heading south N71 towards Bonane village visiting little family run chocolate factory and Bonane Heritage Park. Driving through Caha Pass (rock tunnel) to Glengariff village in West Cork. There is optional boat trip to Garnish Island to watch seals and wild birds. From Glengariff village via R572 to Adrigole village to take road to Healy Pass which is most spectacular viewing point at Beara Peninsula.

Views at Bantry Bay and Kenmare Bay (Kenmare River) at the other side of Beara and charming Glanmore Lake at the base of a mountains. Heading down towards Lauragh village and Derreen Gardens, home of many exotic trees and plants. Local people say that little derreenies are living there. From Lauragh village via R571 along the coast passing most colorful villages Ardgroom, Eyeries and Allihies. Those villages seem to compit about amount of colors, no more places like these. Pink, red, blue, yellow houses in all shades.

Then trip to Lambs Head via R572 and the top of Beara Peninsula to Cable Car station to Dursey Island. Next driving back along the coast on the southern side of Beara we reach Castletownbere town. Nice, hospitable place and busy people going to the sea every night for fresh fish for the whole area. Last place which has to be visited is Uragh Stone Circle,neolithic stone circle with highest stone up to 3 meters.
Circle is located at charming place between two lakes with view at beautiful waterfall. Whole tour is flexible, proposal above might be changed to customer's liking. Amount and length of stops, driven roads, time and place of pick up and drop off are up to customer.

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