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Our most recommended Kerry Walking Tours

  • From Dublin: Glendalough, Wicklow Mountains and Kilkenny Full-Day Trip

    1. From Dublin: Glendalough, Wicklow Mountains and Kilkenny Full-Day Trip

    Leave Dublin for the day on a truly scenic drive with amazing scenery stretching as far as the eyes can see. Visit Kilkenny, Glendalough, and the Wicklow Mountains as you explore the heartlands of medieval Ireland.

    From Dublin, head first to Kilkenny, once the medieval capital of Ireland and home to Ireland’s finest Norman castle. Discover a city steeped in history that was also the location of one of Ireland’s earliest witch trials, the famous story of Dame Alice Kyteler and her servant Petronilla. En route to Glendalough, drive into the wild Wicklow Mountains of County Carlow. Watch as the landscape changes from lush green pastures and gentle valleys to the glacial valleys of the Wicklow Gap.

    Continue to the monastic city of St. Kevin at Glendalough, best known for the wedding scenes in the blockbuster movie “Braveheart” and famous as the location for th...

  • Ring of Kerry Full-Day Guided Tour from Cork

    2. Ring of Kerry Full-Day Guided Tour from Cork

    The Ring of Kerry provides an amazing insight into Ireland’s ancient past. See the stone forts, standing stones, and a landscape carved out of rock by the last ice age, some 10,000 years ago. Detailed Itinerary Sneem: Make a stop in one of Ireland's most colorful and charming villages. You’ll see 2 village squares and a beautiful bridge in the village center. This is where the River Sneem meets the currents of Kenmare Bay. Killorglin: Pass through Killorglin, the home of the ancient Celtic festival known as the Puck Fair. Dating back to 1613, this is one of the oldest festivals in the world, and where a goat is crowned king of the village! Dingle Bay: Take in the amazing views of Dingle Bay, famous Inch Beach, and on a clear day, possibly even the Blasket Islands off the wild Atlantic coast. Waterville: Admire this picturesque little village that sits overlooking Bal...

    Muy completo el tour, el guía/conductor muy entusiasta! Los paisajes son hermosos!!

  • From Cork: 9-Hour Guided Ring of Kerry and Killarney Tour

    3. From Cork: 9-Hour Guided Ring of Kerry and Killarney Tour

    Take a 9-hour guided bus tour of the enchanting county of Kerry and admire magnificent scenery from soaring hills to rolling landscapes scattered with traditional stone walls. Enjoy the unsurpassed, rugged coastline and the buzz of the traditional town of Killarney. Board your bus at the meeting point in Cork, then feel Irish rural life from days gone by coming alive at your first stop at the Kerry Bog Village in Glenbeigh. Wander through thatched cottages, visit a traditional farmhouse, and meet the resident Irish wolfhounds. You might even choose to treat yourself to a little something to drink at the Red Fox Inn. From Glenbeigh, travel around the Iveragh Peninsula, along the most beautiful stretch of coastline. The next stops are at Waterville and Coomakista, two of Kerry’s most scenic spots with panoramic views stretching from the mountains to the sea. Look toward the ocean and cat...

    Stunning views and destinations, well-paced and worth every minute and every penny! Great guide too.

  • Killarney: Town Highlights & Traditional Jaunting Car Tour

    4. Killarney: Town Highlights & Traditional Jaunting Car Tour

    Enjoy a comprehensive, fully guided walking tour including a visit to Killarney national park and lake. See and hear about the area's past and present and enjoy many stories about colorful local characters along the way. Get a feel for the local people as well as incredible insights into Irish life and culture. Your professional, local English-speaking guide will take you on an extraordinary tour through the main streets of Killarney town. Continue on towards the Gothic masterpiece of St Mary's Church of Ireland to enter its wonderful interior as well as see the church's garden. Next, ride in a traditional horse-driven jaunting car to view the breath-taking Lakes of Killarney and the world-renowned scenery of the Killarney National Park. Your time in the Park will include a stop to take a photo of Ross Castle, a 15th century tower house and keep on the edge of Lough Leane. It is the an...

  • From Dublin: 3-Day Dingle, Killarney and Wicklow Tour

    5. From Dublin: 3-Day Dingle, Killarney and Wicklow Tour

    Day 1 Head south of Dublin and travel through the Wicklow Mountains to your first stop at the famous Glendalough. Here, enjoy some free time to admire the lovely lakes, learn more about their history at the visitor center, and bask in the serenity of the monastic city ruins. Afterward, continue your quest to the West and visit the traditional market town of Kilcullen for a lunch break. After lunch, travel to the Rock of Dunamase and the ruins of Dunamase Castle in the ancient plains of County Laois. Later on, visit "Ireland's Prettiest Village", Adare; where you can admire a superb collection of thatched cottages and old structures, including the ruins of a 15th-century Franciscan Monastery. Finally, head for County Kerry and the windswept Dingle Peninsula, a stronghold of Irish culture and language, where you will be staying in the town of Dingle for the next two nigh...

  • The Titanic Rail Trail & Wild Atlantic Way: 9-Day Tour

    6. The Titanic Rail Trail & Wild Atlantic Way: 9-Day Tour

    Experience the best of Ireland on a 9-day tour that takes you to the spectacular west coast, to Cork and Cobh in the southwest, and to Belfast and the Antrim coast. Spend a day exploring Dublin. Travel by rail and coach on a journey through this scenic and fascinating land. Detailed Itinerary Day 1 Check in at Dublin Heuston Station for a 07:00 departure to Cork. Visit Blarney Castle (admission included) and kiss the Blarney Stone to acquire the gift of eternal eloquence. After time for lunch and shopping you’ll have a short tour of Cork city and a scenic journey alongside Cork Harbour to Cobh. This was the last port of call for the Titanic and where generations of Irish emigrants left for the New World. Visit the Cobh Heritage Centre, home of the Queenstown Story (admission included). Travel by train from Cobh to Killarney, where you’ll check in at yo...

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What people are saying about Kerry

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 8 reviews

Magnificent landscapes despite the bad weather at the start of the day. The guide who accompanied us was wonderful if you want to learn more about the history of Ireland. I recommend 100%

Amazing landscapes and views! Philip D, our driver/guide also told us very interesting stories all along and it was great to discover so much about beautiful Ireland!

Stunning views and destinations, well-paced and worth every minute and every penny! Great guide too.

Loved the tour, the guide explained everything and was so fun. Would book a trip again

Great way of seeing the Ring of Kerry. Plenty of info from Philip, the driver.