Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Full Day Tour of The Dingle Peninsula and Slea Head. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Our tour guy Ray was wonderful. He was informative, friendly, and funny. We loved his stories and jokes. The scenery was beautiful and he let us stop at several places and take pictures. We would highly recommend this tour.
Awesome! The driver/guide was informative, friendly and funny. It was a great trip.
Very good guide. It was nice for my sister and I to visit Dingle from a tour perspective, although I'd not been to Gallarus before. The guide gave us some good facts, that were news to me. Would recommend.
Wonderful tour - would highly recommend!
The views are very nice.
This was a beautiful tour, and included stops at a couple of places we would have missed had we done the drive ourselves. Our driverguide Tony was knowledgeable and entertaining. It was worth every Euro.
Our guide and the fact there were only 5 of us made this trip great. Our weather was spectacular and the Irish are very friendly folks.
This tour was really nice and small. Our tour guide was very nice and let us have a lot of say in what we wanted to spend the most time on. This tour may actually show even more beautiful scenery than the Ring of Kerry! I really recommend doing this one if you do any one at all from Killarney. It was great!
Our driver was most informative, very friendly with a great sense of humor. He made the trip fun. I would recommend this service to anyone.
Overall a nice day, the guide was knowledgeable and charming. Dingle is a nice little town
We didn't get really lucky with the weather conditions. It started out well enough, but soon it became really foggy, so we didn't really get to appreciate the landscape as we expected (we never saw the Blasket Islands, for example). Even so, Ray, our tour guide and driver, did his absolute best so that we could make the most of the trip (even showing us pictures so that we could kind of "imagine" the islands in front of us behind the fog). We did a few 15-minute stops (like at Inch beach), then at Dingle for lunch, and then Ray decided to get off-route and take us to a lake viewpoint for some landscape views (I don't remember the name of the place, unfortunately). I'd like to take the tour again during a sunny day to be able to appreciate the real charm of the land (even if what we experienced was real irish weather, after all).