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
Don't just sit on a bus, explore the real Ring of Kerry with an exciting day tour that lets you unearth its true identity. This small group tour takes you off the beaten track to discover one of Ireland's most iconic destinations. Experience the very best insight into its unique cultural secrets, ecological wonders and jaw dropping scenery. A must tour for everyone.
• 1 day
Discover the famous Ring of Kerry by motorcycle. Avoid traffic and see the views, take in the sea air from the comfort of one of a range of premium BMW motorbikes. Ideal for small group of motorcyclists or on your own, the roads are engaging to ride and our route includes the Skellig Ring. Points of Interest include:- Ladies View Molls Gap Kenmare Staigue Stone Fort The Kerry Cliffs Valentia Lighthouse Cahergall Stone Fort
• 8 hours
Enjoy a 3-Hour tour with a professional guide onboard an eco-cruise around the Skellig Islands from Portmagee. They offer the traveler everything they could wish for, wildlife, ancient history and Starwars.You may also see whales, dolphins, sunfish and even basking sharks roaming the surrounding waters. Tour is limited to a maximum of 12 travelers, this is not a landing tour. Choose from one of the four departure times when you book.
• 2.5 hours
Enjoy the magnificent natural beauty of the famous Ring of Kerry on this full-day private tour. The combination of ocean, islands, cliffs, mountains, colorful villages and ancient treasures makes the Ring of Kerry Tour an exciting journey of discovery. Highlights of the tour are Cahergal Stone Fort, Valentia Island, Portmagee, Skellig Ring, Waterville, Coomakista, Sneem. This private tour can start from Killarney, Kenmare or Sneem. During the day you can stop when you like to take photos and enjoy the spectacular views. The Ring will truly reveal itself if you take the time to stand wind-buffeted on cliff tops, to watch the cloud shadows on distant mountains, to sit by a peat fire in a local pub, to wander on wide sandy beaches, to soak up the traditional music, the ancient history, the stories.
• 8 hours