Set sail from Portmagee on this small-group eco-cruise, and enjoy a perspective on Kerry's Atlantic coast that many visitors miss. With a guide for company, you’ll see the bird sanctuary of Puffin Island, admire the rugged Blasket Islands, and attempt to spot dolphins, whales, basking sharks, and more. The highlight comes when you reach the Skellig Islands: famous for their exceptional geography and the fact they were a Star Wars filming location.
Make your way through market towns and villages, across old roads, and to the top of historic castles. On the Kerry Way, Ireland's longest and most popular marked walking trail, you will witness some of the most stunning landscapes blanketed with lakes and rivers, and streams. Enjoy the scenic trail as you walk 124 km (77 miles) getting to understand the Irish landscape with every step. The adventure begins in the quaint seaside town of Glenbeigh and comes to a bittersweet end in Killarney. Circling around the Iveragh Peninsula, you will travel counterclockwise along the route, passing through many of the hidden and stunning landscapes in Ireland.
A hundred and seventy-nine kilometres of pure exhilaration, the Dingle Way takes you on a journey around the whole of the Dingle Peninsula. Wind your way along the coast, through mountain ranges and coves as you delve into the soul of the southwest. Dingle Way takes you across some of the most diverse landscape and will give you a glimpse into Irish heritage and culture as you pass through quaint towns with deadly pubs and see ancient attractions like a 3,500 year old Druid standing stone with Ogham writing still visible. Don't worry about the details. We will take care of you accommodation and luggage transfers. Guided maps and tour documents are all provided.