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In the early 1980s, Dingle fishing crews began to notice a solitary bottlenose dolphin that followed their vessels, jumped about in the water and sometimes leapt over smaller boats. When an American tourist offered to pay a boatman to take him to visit the large, friendly dolphin, an industry was born.
Mainly covers the coast, with a focus on forts and other ancient sites. Tours last approximately three to four hours, departing from Dingle town's tourist office.
Provides a series of guided and self-guided walking programs around the southwest, northwest and Wicklow.
In the summer months (usually July and August) Hibernia runs guided tours departing from Tralee and Killarney to the Dingle Peninsula and Ring of Kerry with various adrenalin-charged options like high-speed rib boat rides, rock climbing, mountain biking, horse trekking and kayaking. Trips start from €95.