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Full-Day Private Ring of Kerry Tour from Killarney

Full-Day Private Ring of Kerry Tour from Killarney - Killarney, Ireland
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Killarney, Ireland

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$525.66

The Ring of Kerry (or Iveragh Peninsula) is the Kerry tourist trail and part of the mystical and unspoilt region of Ireland that has attracted visitors for hundreds of years. Its spectacular beauty is beyond question ... More info ›

The Ring of Kerry (or Iveragh Peninsula) is the Kerry tourist trail and part of the mystical and unspoilt region of Ireland that has attracted visitors for hundreds of years. Its spectacular beauty is beyond question. Located in the southwest region of Ireland and part of the 'Wild Atlantic Way,' the drive out along the peninsula is 112 miles (180 kilometers) drive out into the Atlantic on a peninsula. Taking the drive does not disappoint and remains the most famous coastal drive in Ireland.

The Ring of Kerry is without doubt one the most scenic drives in the country. 'The Ring' begins in Killarney a tourist town voted one of the number one destinations to visit in Ireland. You'll head out on a drive from Killarney in a anticlockwise direction. There is an unwritten rule that everyone goes anticlockwise in case of meeting any buses because the roads do get very tight. Along this drive, there are many towns you'll pass through and you may want to stop for a visit. All of the towns have a story to tell and are famed for there color and cleanliness.

The first town on the ring is Killorglin, home to ‘The Puck Fair,’ the oldest pagan festival in Ireland. During the fair, a male goat is hoisted 40 feet up in the air on a platform and he becomes ‘King’ of the town for 3 days and to celebrate everyone goes to drink beer! There is a very good reason for this celebration which you will will learn on this tour. From here, you'll enjoy the drive drive along the Atlantic Ocean coastline and stop for pictures by The River Caragh where you can look out across the ocean to view Dingle Bay. Next, is the town of Cahersiveen, birth place of Daniel O'Connell. Your driver/guide will share information about this important man in Irish history. You'll make your way to the seaside town of Waterville where Charlie Chaplin spent many holidays. At the top of ‘Comnakiste,' you'll enjoy beautiful views across the Beara Peninsula. Driving down into into Sneem, you'll be in ‘the knot’ of the Ring of Kerry. You will drive through the ‘Country Park of Killarney’ and up to ‘Molls Gap’ where you will encounter the ‘Macgillycuddy Reeks’ mountain range and to the left of you rises ‘Carrauntoohil,’ the tallest mountain in Ireland.

Continuing the drive, visit ‘Ladies View,’ named after a visit from Queen Victoria. This is the first time you'll witness the three beautiful Lakes of Killarney. Heading down the winding road through the stunning Country Park, which is both a wooded and rocky terrain, you'll arrive at the end at ‘Torc Waterfall’ nestled in the wood rising to a height of 60 feet (18 meters). At the end of the drive, you will return to Killarney where you can enjoy the rest of your evening.

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Shore Excursion from Cobh (Cork) to Blarney Castle, Cork City and Kinsale

Shore Excursion from Cobh (Cork) to Blarney Castle, Cork City and Kinsale - Cobh, Ireland
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Cobh, Ireland

From USD
$68.92

Exciting Shore Excursion from Cobh to Blarney Castle, Cork City, Kinsale and Cobh. Bus Tour starts/finishes at your ship and is tailored to suit your docking/sailing times.

Our Bus Tour Includes:

  • Admission To The Famous Blarney Castle & Gardens
  • Shopping at Blarney Woolen Mills - The Worlds Largest Irish Store
  • Driving Tour of Unique Cork City
  • Photo Op at Historic Charles Fort
  • Free Time in Picturesque Kinsale for lunch and exploring
  • A Visit To The Magnificent St. Coleman's Cathedral

Up to 8 hours Tour day (Tour times are tailored to work with your docking/sailing times)

Our bus tour departs/returns right at your ship in Cobh/Cork

We're based in Cobh and have over 50 years experience.

Our driver/guides are all locals and have lots of interesting facts, fascinating history, fun stories, songs and jokes.

Your bus tour departs from your ship in Cobh first heading for Blarney Castle where you will have up to 2 hours free time to Kiss the legendary Blarney stone, explore the amazing gardens, take in some shopping at the famous Blarney Woollen Mills or simply indulge in the atmosphere in the village of Blarney enjoying some local homemade scones with coffee.

After our visit to Blarney we will enjoy a panoramic driving tour through Cork city centre taking in famous landmarks such as The Shandon Bells and The English Market.

The next leg of our trip will lead us to Kinsale, first stopping at Charlesfort for a 15 minute photo-op to capture the stunning views and learn of the fascinating history of Charlesfort and Lusitania before arriving shortly afterwards at the The charming village of Kinsale, dubbed "Ireland's Gourmet Capital" ... More info ›

Exciting Shore Excursion from Cobh to Blarney Castle, Cork City, Kinsale and Cobh. Bus Tour starts/finishes at your ship and is tailored to suit your docking/sailing times.

Our Bus Tour Includes:

  • Admission To The Famous Blarney Castle & Gardens
  • Shopping at Blarney Woolen Mills - The Worlds Largest Irish Store
  • Driving Tour of Unique Cork City
  • Photo Op at Historic Charles Fort
  • Free Time in Picturesque Kinsale for lunch and exploring
  • A Visit To The Magnificent St. Coleman's Cathedral

Up to 8 hours Tour day (Tour times are tailored to work with your docking/sailing times)

Our bus tour departs/returns right at your ship in Cobh/Cork

We're based in Cobh and have over 50 years experience.

Our driver/guides are all locals and have lots of interesting facts, fascinating history, fun stories, songs and jokes.

Your bus tour departs from your ship in Cobh first heading for Blarney Castle where you will have up to 2 hours free time to Kiss the legendary Blarney stone, explore the amazing gardens, take in some shopping at the famous Blarney Woollen Mills or simply indulge in the atmosphere in the village of Blarney enjoying some local homemade scones with coffee.

After our visit to Blarney we will enjoy a panoramic driving tour through Cork city centre taking in famous landmarks such as The Shandon Bells and The English Market.

The next leg of our trip will lead us to Kinsale, first stopping at Charlesfort for a 15 minute photo-op to capture the stunning views and learn of the fascinating history of Charlesfort and Lusitania before arriving shortly afterwards at the The charming village of Kinsale, dubbed "Ireland's Gourmet Capital". Perfect for lunch!

There are lots of pubs, restaurants and craft/gift shops dotted around the winding streets of Kinsale. You will have up to 2 hours free time to explore and enjoy lunch/drinks at one of the many fine local establishments.

It is now time to enjoy the scenic route back to your ship and take in some touring around the magnificent Island of Cobh (This ensures the last leg of our tour is very near to your ship in order to make a timely return one hour before your sailing.

Immerse yourself in the rich maritime history of Cobh taking in some stunning harbour scenery while discovering why Cobh is forever linked to the ill fated Titanic. Learn of the fascinating history of Lusitania mass graves, The Potato Famine and Ireland's mass emigration.

Finally we will have a 15 minute stop to enjoy the spectacular neo-gothic St. Colman's Catholic Cathedral before heading back to your ship in plenty good time for your sailing.

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Half Day Shore Excursion from Cobh (Cork) to Blarney Castle and Cork City

Half Day Shore Excursion from Cobh (Cork) to Blarney Castle and Cork City - Cobh, Ireland
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Cobh, Ireland

From USD
$45.56

Exciting Shore Excursion from Cobh to Blarney Castle, Cork City, Kinsale and Cobh. Bus Tour starts/finishes at your ship and is tailored to suit your docking/sailing times.

Our Tour Includes:

  • Admission To The Famous Blarney Castle & Gardens
  • Shopping at Blarney Woolen Mills - The Worlds Largest Irish Store
  • Driving Tour of Unique Cork City
  • A Visit To The Magnificent St. Coleman's Cathedral

Up to 5 hours touring day (Tour times/duration are tailored to work with your docking/sailing times)

Our bus tour departs right from your ship in Cobh and returns back here again at the end of the tour.

We are based in Cobh right by the port and have over 50 years experience.

Our driver/guides are all locals and have lots of interesting facts, fascinating history, fun stories, songs and jokes.

Your bus tour departs from your ship in Cobh first heading for Blarney Castle where you will have up to 2.5 hours free time to Kiss the legendary Blarney Stone and explore the amazing gardens surrounding the Castle.

After your Castle visit, you will get the chance to enjoy some shopping at the famous Blarney Woollen Mills where you can purchase an extraordinary selection of Irish sweaters, linen, crystal, gifts and much more ... More info ›

Exciting Shore Excursion from Cobh to Blarney Castle, Cork City, Kinsale and Cobh. Bus Tour starts/finishes at your ship and is tailored to suit your docking/sailing times.

Our Tour Includes:

  • Admission To The Famous Blarney Castle & Gardens
  • Shopping at Blarney Woolen Mills - The Worlds Largest Irish Store
  • Driving Tour of Unique Cork City
  • A Visit To The Magnificent St. Coleman's Cathedral

Up to 5 hours touring day (Tour times/duration are tailored to work with your docking/sailing times)

Our bus tour departs right from your ship in Cobh and returns back here again at the end of the tour.

We are based in Cobh right by the port and have over 50 years experience.

Our driver/guides are all locals and have lots of interesting facts, fascinating history, fun stories, songs and jokes.

Your bus tour departs from your ship in Cobh first heading for Blarney Castle where you will have up to 2.5 hours free time to Kiss the legendary Blarney Stone and explore the amazing gardens surrounding the Castle.

After your Castle visit, you will get the chance to enjoy some shopping at the famous Blarney Woollen Mills where you can purchase an extraordinary selection of Irish sweaters, linen, crystal, gifts and much more. By this time you will have worked up an appetite for some local homemade scones with coffee at The Mill Restaurant (Free Wifi)

After our visit to Blarney we will enjoy a panoramic driving tour through Cork city centre taking in famous landmarks such as The Shandon Bells, The English Market, St. Finbarre's Cathedral and University College Cork. During this section of our tour you will enthralled by stories of Vikings, Normans and of course modern day locals.

After our Cork city tour, we will head back to your ship where you will immerse yourself in the rich maritime history of Cobh taking in some stunning harbour scenery and discover why Cobh is forever linked to the ill fated Titanic. You will also learn of the fascinating history of Lusitania mass graves, The Potato Famine and Ireland's mass emigration.

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Dingle Slea Head Day Tour from Killarney

Dingle Slea Head Day Tour from Killarney - Killarney, Ireland
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Killarney, Ireland

From USD
$49.06

Enjoy a full day guided tour to the Dingle Peninsula – one of Ireland's most beautiful and tranquil regions. Let the cares of the world slip away as you are driven through the old Gaelic region and along majestic coastal scenery, through magical villages and secluded beaches.

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
The Blasket Island Centre (entrance fee not included)
Outstanding coastal walk along the jaw dropping Wild Atlantic Way - ( Optional Upgrade if you want on the day )
Gaze out upon spectacular landscapes
Experience the wild nature of Ireland
Dingle Town – vibrant & colourful streets and relaxing harbour

Start your guided tour with a stroll along the Inch Strand and visit some of Ireland's most beautiful beaches ... More info ›

Enjoy a full day guided tour to the Dingle Peninsula – one of Ireland's most beautiful and tranquil regions. Let the cares of the world slip away as you are driven through the old Gaelic region and along majestic coastal scenery, through magical villages and secluded beaches.

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
The Blasket Island Centre (entrance fee not included)
Outstanding coastal walk along the jaw dropping Wild Atlantic Way - ( Optional Upgrade if you want on the day )
Gaze out upon spectacular landscapes
Experience the wild nature of Ireland
Dingle Town – vibrant & colourful streets and relaxing harbour

Start your guided tour with a stroll along the Inch Strand and visit some of Ireland's most beautiful beaches. Receive insights from your guide about Irish culture, local myths and legends.

Witness the wonderful scenery and fascinating history of the Slea Head driving route before visiting the Ionaid Na Blascoid, Ireland's most historic island. Learn about the fascinating life and times of this old Gaelic community people who lived on the  edge of Europe , and isolated from the rest of the world.  

Enjoy a panoramic view from Conor Pass*, Ireland's highest mountain road and arrive in Dingle Town, with it's vibrant and colourful streets and relaxing harbor.

*The Connor Pass drive will depend on the vehicle size used that day.

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EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum Tour

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum Tour - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Dublin, Ireland

From USD
$17.52

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is an interactive experience. It will guide you on a journey to discover the stories of Irish emigration around the world, from early times to the modern day ... More info ›

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is an interactive experience. It will guide you on a journey to discover the stories of Irish emigration around the world, from early times to the modern day. At EPIC you can step through 20 themed galleries to find out why people left, see how they influenced the world they found, and experience the connection between their descendants and Ireland today. Immerse yourself in the stories of some of the most remarkable tales of sacrifice, endurance, adventure, and discovery the world has ever known. EPIC brings these amazing stories to life in a unique and spectacular way. After the tour, you may want to pay a visit to the moving Famine Sculpture, located only a few meters away from the museum.

Through 20 state-of-the-art galleries, visitors immerse themselves in the stories of some of the most remarkable tales of sacrifice, endurance, adventure, and discovery the world has ever known. Located in The chq Building in the heart of Dublin‘s docklands, EPIC brings these amazing stories to life in a spectacular way, using a range of imagery, video, sound and interactive technologies to create a powerful and emotive experience. Knowledgeable staff are on hand to help you with any further questions you may have. There are also audio guides available in English, German, French, Spanish and Italian.

The timeline of the museum charts Irish emigration from the 6th century right up to the present day, and features the stories of over 325 people. On entry, visitors are issued with their own passport for their journey ahead in our departures hall, which can be stamped at each gallery along the way. You then travel through our galleries to learn what motivated people to leave, where they went to, and what they did once they arrived. The exhibition also shows how the dispersal of Irish people has helped spread Irish traditions and culture throughout the world, and how it has changed, adapted and been adopted by other nations and cultures.

EPIC is also home to the Irish Family History Centre (IFHC), a professional genealogy service and centre where visitors can meet with a dedicated team of genealogy experts, as well as access to several online databases where they can help you research your Irish ancestry. Please select the other product, 37317P3 Combo ticket, if you wish to gain entry to both EPIC and the IFHC.

EPIC is also within a 3 minute walk of the Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship & Famine Museum, and the Famine Sculpture, for those interested in learning more about the Great Famine, the single largest cause for Irish emigration history. The Famine Sculpture commemorates the victims of the Famine, many of whom were forced to walk to Dublin's docks to board ships as part of an "assisted migration" programme. The sculptures, called 'Departing' depict 7 people fleeing the catastrophe and provide a poignant reminder of Ireland's past. They are twinned with another set of sculptures in Toronto, called 'Arriving'.

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Shore Excursion: Cliffs of Moher, Aran Islands, and The Burren Tour from Galway

Shore Excursion: Cliffs of Moher, Aran Islands, and The Burren Tour from Galway - Galway, Ireland
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Duration: 1 day
Location: Galway, Ireland

From USD
$79.43

Join this spectacular journey along the breathtaking Wild Atlantic Way, through the lunar-like landscape of the Burren and on to the iconic Cliffs of Moher. See medieval ruins, 16th century tower house castles, churches, graveyards, drystone walls, quays, harbours, ponies, calves, cows, lambs, sheep and maybe even a leprechaun or two!

Driving along the coast of Clare, witness the power of the Atlantic Ocean as it battles the coastline. Board the ferry in Doolin for Inisheer, the smallest and nearest of the Gaeltacht Aran Islands ... More info ›

Join this spectacular journey along the breathtaking Wild Atlantic Way, through the lunar-like landscape of the Burren and on to the iconic Cliffs of Moher. See medieval ruins, 16th century tower house castles, churches, graveyards, drystone walls, quays, harbours, ponies, calves, cows, lambs, sheep and maybe even a leprechaun or two!

Driving along the coast of Clare, witness the power of the Atlantic Ocean as it battles the coastline. Board the ferry in Doolin for Inisheer, the smallest and nearest of the Gaeltacht Aran Islands. Keep an eye out for local bottlenose dolphins that occasionally follow the ferry. On Inisheer, explore ancient castles, churches, narrow lanes, stone walls and deserted white sand beaches. 

The return ferry takes you on a guided scenic cruise beneath the spectacular Cliffs of Moher. Returning to Doolin, you go to the top of the Cliffs of Moher where you can take a stroll along the Cliffs. Departing the Cliffs you return to Galway.

You depart Galway in the morning with your local trained driver guide who will take you on a unique journey along the Wild Atlantic Way, through the lunar-like landscape of the Burren and on to the Cliffs of Moher. Heading towards the ferry departure point at the fishing village of Doolin you will pass through the picturesque villages of Clarenbridge, Kilcolgan, Ballindereen, Kinvara and Ballyvaughan.

Along the way you will see medieval ruins, 16th century tower house castles, churches and graveyards, dry stone walls, quays and harbours, ponies, horses, calves, cows, lambs, sheep and maybe even a leprechaun or two.

Turning right at Ballyvaughan, your local driver guide will take you south following the Wild Atlantic Way along the coast of Clare, via Black Head (Wild Atlantic Way – Discovery Point), Fanore Strand (Wild Atlantic Way – Discovery Point) and the baby cliffs of Ballyreen.
From here you can witness the power of the Atlantic Ocean as it battles the coastline of Ireland, this is the Wild Atlantic Way.

At approx. 11am you will be in Doolin to board the ferry for Inisheer, the smallest and nearest of the Gaeltacht Aran Islands. The three Aran Islands are three limestone rocky outcrops that lock in Galway Bay, consisting of Inishmore (Inis Mor), Inishmaan (Inis Meain) and Inisheer (Inis Oirr).

During the 30-minute ferry crossing, keep an eye out for a local bottlenose dolphin that occasionally follows the ferry as it approaches the Island. Once on Inisheer, you’ll have time to yourself to explore the ancient castles and churches, follow narrow lanes between stone walls and deserted white sand beaches. It’s perfectly possible to explore the whole Island by hiring a bicycle or even a pony and trap.

The return ferry to Doolin takes you on a guided scenic cruise beneath the spectacular Cliffs of Moher. From here you get an amazing view of the 214m high, 8 km long Cliffs of Moher (Wild Atlantic Way – Signature Point). As they say around here, “From the Cliffs you see the sea but from the sea you see the Cliffs.”

Then, arrive at the top of the Cliffs of Moher. Re-board the coach and your local, your driver/guide will take you to the top of the Cliffs of Moher for a minimum 1-hour stop. Entry fee to the Cliffs and the eco-friendly visitors centre, the Atlantic Edge, is included. Have a stroll along the summit of the Cliffs and take in the amazing views of the huge ocean and sky.

Depart Cliffs of Moher, return to Galway via Lisdoonvarna, home to the world famous matchmaking festival held every September and once again through the limestone, glacio-karst landscape that makes up the Burren.

At approx. 6.30pm arrive Galway city to initial departure point.

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