An essential part of any visit to Ireland, this tour circles the magnificent MacGillycuddy Reeks, running through its many passes and valleys along the shore of Dingle Bay and Kenmare Bay.
• 6.5 hours
From Cork and Blarney Castle to the Ring of Kerry and Cliffs of Moher, you'll see the best of Ireland's west and south-west on this leisurely three-day rail and coach tour from Dublin.
• 3 days
Private Tour of the Ring of Kerry in a passenger vehicle with an experienced guide. The tour can begin (and finish) at any point on the Ring of Kerry.
• 4 hours
The Dingle Peninsula ( 7 hours duration) has the most rugged coastline in Ireland . A great deal of traditional Irish heritage is maintained in this Irish-speaking region ( Gaeltacht). Considered by many to have some of Europe’s most spectacular scenery, the peninsula also supports both a rare and unique assortment of flora and fauna. Slea Head is the most westerly point in Europe and standing there, looking towards America, instils a feeling of excitement and empathy with the millions of emigrants who took this route. There are splendid views around Slea Head, especially of the Blasket Islands. In the storms of September 1588, four ships of the Spanish Armada were driven through the Basket Sound. During the twentieth century some 60 books, mostly in Irish, were written in the this area. The tour also takes in the countryside where David Lean filmed Ryan’s Daughter and the landscape backdrops for the Irish scenes of the Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman filmed Far and Away
• 6.5 hours
Explore Cork, Blarney Castle and the stunning coastal scenery of the Ring of Kerry at your leisure on this relaxed overnight rail and coach tour from Dublin. With an overnight stop in the lively town of Killarney, this is the ultimate opportunity to soak up the friendly Irish culture and enjoy the company of the charming locals.
• 2 days
The Ring of Kerry is considered one of the finest drives in the world. From rugged cliffs to golden beaches, small villages and pastures green to peat bogs and picturesque mountain ranges. This peninsula illustrates all that is beautiful, wonderful and wild in our beloved motherland. The variety of attractions makes this one of the most diverse and interesting day tours that one is likely to experience in their travel adventures. From ancient stone forts to landscapes carved out of rock by the Ice Age, from sparkling lakes to winding mountain passes our day trip shall be a highlight and shall ensure lasting memories of the beautiful Kingdom of Kerry.
• 11 hours
Amazing and best tour to visit the Killarney National Park. Considering a walking, rambling or hiking tour? Look no further as The Gap of Dunloe is 7 miles (11 kilometers) and takes approximately 2 hrs 30 minutes. If visitors are not up for walking or hiking then there is an alternative of the traditional Irish Jaunting Carriage (horse and carriage) to take visitors through the Gap of Dunloe. Boats will be waiting to escort the visitors through the magnificent three Lakes of Killarney to Ross Castle.
• 5.5 hours
The Iveragh Peninsula which contains Ireland’s most spectacular mountain road – the Ring of Kerry – is situated in the south west corner of Ireland. Over the centuries it has been the inspiration of poets and writers because of its magnificent coastal scenery and rugged countryside.
• 7 hours
Step back in time travel through the glaciated valley of The Gap of Dunloe in a Pony and Trap guided by your local guide. Discover some of Ireland's most amazing landscapes by land and water. Cruise the famous Lakes of Killarney on a traditional open boat before finally arriving at the 15th century Ross Castle.
• 5 hours
The Ring of Kerry is a circular tour and is 112 miles long. It goes from Killorglin via Cahersiveen and Kenmare to Killarney and takes in some of the most spectacular landscapes of Ireland's southwest. It is considered to be Ireland’s most famous tourist drive. You will experience an endless succession of nature's finest delights.
• 9 hours