Welcome to Killarney Region


Castles, gardens and lake adventures are among the highlights of a visit to Killarney National Park, immediately south and west of the town. Just beyond, there's rugged scenery including the too-gorgeous-for-words Gap of Dunloe, with its rocky terrain, babbling brooks and alpine lakes. Towering above is Ireland's highest mountain range, Macgillycuddy's Reeks.


Top experiences in Killarney Region

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Killarney Region activities

$28.64 Cultural & Theme Tours

Combination Killarney Jaunting Car Tour and Lakes of Killarney Cruise

Departing from Ross Castle you will board the Lily of Killarney cruiser. You will then set off on Killarney's largest and most picturesque lake, Lough Lein in the comfort and safety of a glass covered, heated modern vessel. Drift through the islands on board MV Lily of Killarney Watercoach and relax in the beauty and splendor that surrounds you. With live on board commentary from your captain this spectacular tour will inform you of the history, legends and folklore of the area. After your cruise hop on one the famous Killarney Jaunting Cars where will ramble through the Killarney National Park. Visit areas where no motor traffic is permitted, take in the views of St.Mary's Cathedral, Killarney House and Ireland's highest mountain range before finally arriving back at the 15th century Ross Castle. Keep an eye of out for those Leprechauns and don't forget a treat for the horse!! If you are lucky enough you might get a chance to drive the horse yourself !!

$360.84 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Ring of Kerry Bog Village Valentia Island Skellig Chocolate Factory Waterville V

My Driver or I will meet you at the agreed time at your Hotel or BNB : Have a Brief Chat on the Things  you have on mind and tell you about things  : At a time of your choice  9 am 9.30 am 10 am Head out of Town calling to the Lake if you want or our country road for the Red Fox Bog Village Houses of the 1920 belong to the Bogmen  : Have a Irish Coffee , Tea or Coffee on again to the Grand View of Dingle Bay from 200 ft up :See the banks of sand from Glenbeigh to Inch on the Dingle side : Story re the Transatlantic Cable that went from Valentia Island to Newfoundland 2,200 miles journey: Life in Ireland in the 1920’s for Man & Woman Many stories re all the young people who had leave Ireland for Other Countries : See the Slate Quarry where 400 men were employed now down to 5 men Most of the work done now is Garden Seats : Head Stones & surrounds & Fancy Wall Caps : Motor on to next Stop : Two  Beautiful Mountain one on the Island & one in Portmagee  there is a charge to enter : Travelling on to the Chocolate Factory ( closed on Saturdays & Sundays over winter months ) where you get seven or eight choice's  of chocolate to taste and buy if you wish  visit the cafe on site also

$366.09 Cultural & Theme Tours

Valentia Island Tours and sightseeing

If you like a Place you stay a long time if you do not like we move on to the next  : The Call is your : Meet Local's and Chat to them if you like that : Drop into the Royal Hotel or the Ring Lyne Hotel (Lunch or Dinner or Drink Choice is yours IF YOU WANT  a Trip to the CHOCOLATE Factory for Tasting of  seven different mixtures : : A little time on the Beach Saint Finiens Bay or Derynane Beach :You decide  HE who pays the Piper calls the Tune  We have a choice of MOUNTAINS =  Kerry Cliffs or Geokaun :  Mountain & Cliffs : Bray Head : Slate Quarry & Grotto  Glenleam Gardens Bog Village  Houses from the 1920 style

$2099 Classic

Highlights of Ireland

We’re all a little bit Irish come March 17, but if you’re in the market for something more meaningful than a pint of green beer, hop aboard this delightful nine-day adventure to the Emerald Isle. Cliffs of Moher, Ring of Kerry, traditional music in a local pub... seriously, it doesn’t get much more quintessentially Irish than this. We mix the essential sites and time in the villages to really round out the experience. Even if Ireland isn’t the Old Country for you, this trip will make you feel as though you’re back home.

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Ireland Hike, Bike & Kayak

Ireland is well known for its rolling green hills – so why not get out there and bike them? On this active trip to the Emerald Isle, you’ll find plenty of adrenaline-filled activities that will get you into remote parts of the country and let you see this popular destination in a different way. Of course, there will still be plenty of chances for whiskey tasting and a pint at the pub as well. Get to know Ireland’s rugged side up close and personal.

$3099 Classic

Ireland Explorer

For anyone looking to dive into the landscapes and lore of Ireland (all of it) this 13-day introduction to the entire island is just the ticket. From the perfectly charming city of Galway and the celebrated, awesomely lush Ring of Kerry (keep that camera at the ready) to the postcard streetscapes of Dublin and all the centuries-old distilleries, green hills, and local pubs (and Guinness!) you can possibly fit in — Ireland will get deep inside your heart.

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