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Ring of Kerry Private Tour from Kinsale

Ring of Kerry Private Tour from Kinsale - Kinsale, Ireland
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Kinsale, Ireland

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$525.66

The Ring of Kerry is one of Ireland's most famously scenic drives. It's unspoiled beauty is legendary among travelers, and on this 9-hour, private tour from Kinsale, your private guide will take you through villages with simple, thatched-roof homes, and drive you out to the village of Waterville to stroll the sandy beaches. See the mountainous viewpoints and vistas along "Wild Atlantic Way"— a 112-mile (180 kilometer), spectacular drive full of unforgettable sights.

Your tour begins at 9am at your Kinsale accommodation, where your private driver will pick you up for this full-day Kerry adventure ... More info ›

The Ring of Kerry is one of Ireland's most famously scenic drives. It's unspoiled beauty is legendary among travelers, and on this 9-hour, private tour from Kinsale, your private guide will take you through villages with simple, thatched-roof homes, and drive you out to the village of Waterville to stroll the sandy beaches. See the mountainous viewpoints and vistas along "Wild Atlantic Way"— a 112-mile (180 kilometer), spectacular drive full of unforgettable sights.

Your tour begins at 9am at your Kinsale accommodation, where your private driver will pick you up for this full-day Kerry adventure. The Ring of Kerry is without a doubt one of Ireland's most scenic drives, although before you even reach the famous road along the coast, you'll pass through villages where the Irish language is spoken on a daily basis.

You'll then pass up and over the mountains to where the "Ring of Kerry" begins, and your driver will tell you the fascinating history behind the area's towns. One such example is the town of Killorgin, which is home to the curious "Puck Fair." Regarded as Ireland's oldest festival, the fair features a male goat that's placed on a 40-foot (12-meter) platform, where he is then declared the "King" of the town and the villagers drink beer for 3 days. 

From here you'll stop for an Irish coffee at a traditional Irish pub, and see the Bog Village—an award-winning replica of a traditional famine village. You'll next head into coastal Waterville where Charlie Chaplin would holiday, before driving to the top of "Comnakiste" for views of the Beara Peninsula. Weave throughout the mountains of the "Macgillicuddy Reeks" range, where Carrauntoohil—the tallest mountain in Ireland—rises off to the left, and visit "Ladies View" in Killarney National Park, which was named by Queen Victoria. From here you'll admire the Lakes of Killarney, and after visiting Torc Waterfall—which spills 60 feet (18 meters) through the forest—you'll stop in Killarney before being dropped at the door of your Kinsale hotel.

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Dingle and Slea Head Drive Private Tour from Kinsale

Dingle and Slea Head Drive Private Tour from Kinsale - Kinsale, Ireland

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Kinsale, Ireland

From USD
$525.66

The Dingle Peninsula or Corca Dhuibhne stretches 30 miles into the Atlantic Ocean from Ireland’s southwest coast. Along the 'Wild Atlantic Way,' the peninsula is dominated by the range of mountains that form its spine, running from the Slieve Mish range to Mount Brandon, Ireland’s second highest peak ... More info ›

The Dingle Peninsula or Corca Dhuibhne stretches 30 miles into the Atlantic Ocean from Ireland’s southwest coast. Along the 'Wild Atlantic Way,' the peninsula is dominated by the range of mountains that form its spine, running from the Slieve Mish range to Mount Brandon, Ireland’s second highest peak. The coastline consists of steep sea-cliffs, broken by sandy beaches and the home to many a Hollywood movie sets as your driver/guide will explain.

Departing from Kinsale in the morning you'll head south passing through some picturesque villages like Ballyvourney and Ballingeary, famous north Cork Gealtachta areas where th irish language is alive and well and spoken on a daily basis.We than carry on over the Cork and Kerry mountains a scenic drive than into Killarney where our tour begins, known for its Cathedrals and of course the ‘Country Park.’ For 250 years, Killarney has been a key tourist destination. Heading out on your peninsular drive, the first stop will be ‘Inch beach,' one of the longest beaches in Ireland. Perhaps you'll want to dip your feet in the Atlantic Ocean. Inch is home to many movies sets including ‘Playboy of The Western World’ and ‘Ryan’s Daughter’.

Leaving Inch, the tour continues along the coastal drive to the ‘Gaeltacht,’ where Ireland's native Celtic language is spoken. Once you arrive in Dingle, your driver/guide will tell you about 'Fungi' the Dolphin who makes his home here. Boats go out to visit him on an hourly basis and Dingle is well known for the friendly locals. Dingle is a colorful town with a very busy harbor.

Out along the rugged coastline, you'll make your way along ‘The Slea Head Drive,’ elevated approximately 330 feet (100 meters) above the ocean. To your left, you'll see the Atlantic Ocean and to your right, mountains. You'll enjoy views over ‘The Skelligs’ (islands), made famous by the new Star Wars movie. It is one of the oldest inhabited places in the world. Notice the 600 steps up a rock to the top of the island is where the Skellig monks lived for many years in their beehive huts. View ‘The Blasket Islands’ and ‘Dead Man’s Island,’ which are truly picturesque. Also on this route, you will see where the movie ‘Far and Away’ was filmed and it was here where Tom Cruise met Nicole Kidman.

If you would like, you can stop at the ‘fertility stone’ and see ‘The Three Sisters Peaks’ and ‘Mount Brandon’ which is the second tallest mountain in Ireland. After enjoying all that fresh air and sightseeing, you will return to Dingle for some lunch and maybe a pint (at own expense). Upon completion of the tour, you will return to Limerick.

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