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
Immerse yourself in some of Ireland's most spectacular scenery on a day trip to the Ring of Kerry from Dublin. You'll admire Ireland's coastal landscapes including Dingle Bay and the Lakes of Killarney.
• 15.5 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.
• 3 days
Indulge in some of southwestern Ireland's most magnificent scenery on a 2-day trip to the Ring of Kerry from Dublin. Stay overnight in Killarney and travel by coach along this scenic route with an informative local guide, stopping at panoramic vistas along the Ring of Kerry. From Moll’s Gap and Ladies View, you’ll get picture-worthy views of Macgillycuddy’s Reeks, Carrantuohill and the Lakes of Killarney!
• 2 days
Take a spectacular small group Ring of Kerry day tour that takes you off the beaten track to let you experience its true beauty. Experience its unique cultural and breath-taking scenery with a stunning walking tour of Bray Head, a majestic headland that sits right on the edge of the wild Atlantic. Take the time to enjoy the peace and tranquility of the colorful coastal village of Portmagee before continuing your journey around the Ring of Kerry.
• 1 day
Spend a leisurely three days exploring Blarney Castle, Killarney, the Ring of Kerry and Dingle Peninsula on a rail and coach tour that shows you some of the best of Ireland.
• 3 days
Have a small group cultural tour experience around the majestic Ring of Kerry. Explore one of Ireland's most iconic destinations. See the impressive Skellig Experience Center (this tour does not include a boat tour to the Skellig Islands), where you can explore many aspects of this dramatic UNESCO world heritage site without having to get your feet wet.
• 1 day
Known as the "Kingdom", Kerry is one of the most breathtaking counties in Ireland. Travel along two of the most scenic drives in Ireland - the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula. With ocean views, dramatic mountain ranges, panoramic islands, and ancient pagan forts the County of Kerry is truly the jewel in Ireland's crown and the most visited county in Ireland for those seeking true natural beauty of our island. Overnight in Killarney, a charming town well known for its great welcome and lively nightlife.
• 2 days
The Ring of Kerry (or Iveragh Peninsula) is the Kerry tourist trail and part of the mystical and unspoilt region of Ireland that has attracted visitors for hundreds of years. Its spectacular beauty is beyond question. Located in the southwest region of Ireland and part of the 'Wild Atlantic Way,' the drive out along the peninsula is 112 miles (180 kilometers) drive out into the Atlantic on a peninsula. Taking the drive does not disappoint and remains the most famous coastal drive in Ireland.
• 9 hours
Multilingual Award Winning and best Ring of Kerry and Killarney National Park Tour in German, French, Spanish and Chinese operating from April 15th to Oct 31st 2016 from 10.30am to 5pm. Most amazing and best part of Wild Atlantic Way Route - Ring of Kerry Coach Tour.Major sites to be seen - Iveragh Peninsula - Dingle Bay - Glenbeigh - Caherciveen - Waterville - Derrynane Bay - Sneem - Molls Gap - Ladies View and Killarney National Park.Optional visits to Bog Village - Famine Village - Sheep Dog Show (Seasonal only) - extra charges.Priority Seats (Front Row and wider seats) available subject to availability - extra charge paid locally.Nearest car park is at Beech Road, Killarney, 2 minutes walk from pick up point.
• 6 hours