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Discover the Ring of Kerry on this incredible full-day tour that showcases one of Ireland’s most stunning destinations. Spend time exploring the MacGillycuddy Reeks and the shores of Dingle Bay, and then admire the coastal views of Kenmare Bay on this guided tour of must-see Ireland. You also pass through Ladies View and the Lakes of Killarney on this journey from Killarney to Ring of Kerry.
Customize your own itinerary and discover southwest Ireland’s breathtaking natural beauty on this private Ring of Kerry tour from Kilkenny. Follow your private guide along hiking routes around the Iveragh Peninsula. Visit pretty towns and villages including Cahersiveen and Kenmare, and discover top local attractions such as the Torc Waterfall. Enjoy panoramic cliff views along the Skellig Ring and hike to top spots like Valentia Island and Cahergall Fort. During your private tour, feel free to stop where and when you like!
The Ring of Kerry driving route skirts around the edge of the Iveragh Peninsula in southwest Ireland. On this private guided tour, take the stress out of navigating switchbacks and one-lane roads as your guide takes the wheel. Enjoy the freedom to explore your way, visiting all the sights you want to see, and spending as much or as little time as you like at each stop.
Beat the crowds and enjoy nature’s tranquility on this private tour of Killarney National Park. The first national park in Ireland, Killarney is famed for its wildly scenic landscapes, its herd of red deer, and its medieval castle; it has also served as a film set and host to famous visitors like Charles de Gaulle. Pick a start time and duration that work for your schedule, and explore at your own pace.
Driving the Ring of Kerry and the more far-flung Skellig Ring is a must-do while in southwest Ireland, but focusing on the road means missing the scenery. This private tour provides all transportation so you can relax and keep your eyes trained on the impossibly green vistas and dramatic cliffs. Your dedicated guide will tailor the itinerary to your interests; stops can include Valentia Island, Macgillycuddy Reeks, Sneem, Waterville, the Bog Village, the Skellig Chocolate Factory and others.
Go where big-bus tours can’t fit on this intimate private tour for groups of up to four, which covers the Ring of Kerry’s less-visited Skellig Ring. Your climate-controlled vehicle has onboard Wi-Fi, so you can share as you go. Stops include Iron Age Cahergall Fort, a Kerry Cliffs walk, Charlie Chaplin’s former home on Waterville Beach, and a turf-cutting museum (own expense), with transfers from Tralee or Killarney.
Spend the day exploring Ireland’s most stunning natural landscapes on this full-day tour of the Gap of Dunloe from Killarney. Follow your guide on a seven-mile (11 kilometer) adventure that covers some of the nation’s vast emerald scenery. Enjoy ample time for hiking, take an optional Jaunting Cart ride, and kick back and relax during a boat ride on the Gearhameen River. This tour also includes a stop at the Ross Castle.
Book a private tour with a dedicated guide for a completely personalized tour of the Ring of Kerry from Killarney. Climb into a private vehicle, where you can relax and enjoy the scenery this route is so famous for, instead of focusing on driving and directions. Your guide will tailor the itinerary to your interests and provide in-depth commentary.
Experience the rugged beauty of Ireland’s southeast coastline on a coach tour of the Dingle Peninsula and Slea Head. From Killarney, travel through scenic mountain regions and along Ireland’s rocky beaches. Spot ancient huts and historic buildings such as the Gallarus Oratory, visit Dingle Town, and get a splendid view of Slea Head—the most westerly point in Europe.
The Ring of Kerry and the Killarney National Park take pride of place on the Iveragh Peninsula, with some of Ireland’s finest coastal scenery — but the 177-kilometer (110-mile) journey makes sightseeing a challenge. This convenient 6-hour coach tour from Killarney makes it possible to complete the route in a day, plus take in traditional coastal villages such as Cahersiveen, Derrynane, and Glenbeigh. Visit the historic Bog Village with a guide, and discover top natural attractions including the Killarney Lakes, Rossbeigh Beach, and Macgillycuddy's Reeks.
Walk With Me include in their motor tours the classic and world renowned one day driving route that is The Ring of Kerry. This private motor tour along a section of The Wild Atlantic Way touring route starts in Killarney and takes you on a journey of dramatic sea views, sheer cliffs and ever changing skies which is also part of the recently designated International Dark Sky Reserve.
Enjoy traveling in a small group on board a minibus around the scenic Ring of Kerry on this full-day tour. A smaller bus can navigate the famously narrow roads much better, and you have a better chance of good views out the bus windows in a smaller vehicle. Listen to guided commentary as you travel and enjoy the fact that you won't be responsible for the driving; you can focus on the scenery and snapping frame-worthy photos.
Do as the tourists of bygone years did, and explore Killarney by horse and carriage. The equivalent to a modern taxi, the jaunting car was popular in Ireland through the 19th and early 20th centuries. On this tour, you’ll learn about the area’s history, hearing tales of the Gaelic chieftains as you ride around Killarney National Park. Ross Castle, St. Mary's Cathedral, and Killarney House Gadens are a few of the landmarks on the route.
Embark on an incredible Irish adventure on a unique tour through County Kerry. Set out by open boat from Killarney National Park's 15th-century Ross Castle, passing islands and beneath old stone bridges along the Lakes of Killarney. Then continue via pony-drawn carriage through the remote Black Valley and the narrow and winding Gap of Dunloe. Meander through this stunning mountain pass, marveling at a handful of scenic lakes and crossing the Old Weird Bridge before catching a bus back to Killarney.
Get a fuller experience of Killarney than would be possible with a single form of transportation on this combination tour by boat and jaunting car. Sail across Lough Lein in a glass-covered boat then hop aboard a jaunting car to travel through Killarney National Park, to places inaccessible by motor vehicle.
Ideal for first-time visitors, this 9-hour tour of the spectacular Ring of Kerry allows you to travel between southern Ireland’s natural wonders with ease. Departing Killarney, you’ll visit coastal gems such as Dingle Bay, Inch Beach, and the quaint villages of Waterville and Sneem. Also on the itinerary is Killarney National Park, a wonderland of mountains, lakes, world-famous gardens, where you’ll stop at Molls Gap and Torc Waterfall. Your guide provides history- and geography-rich commentary throughout the tour.
The Ring of Kerry is one of Ireland’s most popular sightseeing routes, but with so many tours to choose from it can be hard to know which is best. This full-day Ring of Kerry coach tour is run by one of the longest-running and award-winning operators, so you can be sure to check off all the highlights, including the Killarney National Park, Dingle Bay, Molls Gap, and Sneem.
Soak up the tranquil landscapes and reflecting waters of Lough Leane from a comfortable, covered, heated vessel: MV Pride of the Lakes. Live commentary helps you enjoy scenery from the peaks of Magillycuddy’s Reeks to the ruins of Innisfallen Abbey, and maybe even spot eagles or sika deer. Choose between multiple departures throughout the day, with shuttle transfers from Killarney town center.
Take in some of Ireland’s most spectacular scenery and save up to 10% on two top tours with this 2-day Killarney Super Saver. Combine day trips to Dingle and Slea Head with the Ring of Kerry and the Killarney Lakes, and travel with ease through coastal Ireland. Take in traditional villages such as Cahersiveen, Derrynane, and Glenbeigh, and discover a relaxed pace of life away from the cities. Visit the historic Bog Village with a guide, and discover top natural attractions including Rossbeigh Beach and Macgillycuddy's Reeks.
Celtic Steps is a thrilling live show combining traditional Irish music and dance. Dive into Irish culture and enjoy an unforgettable evening of entertainment at the Killarney Racecourse. Prepare for a mesmerizing performance, featuring award-winning Irish dancers and musicians; hear moving renditions of classic Irish folk songs; and enjoy a variety of difference Irish dance styles.
Explore Killarney at your own pace and avoid the stress of planning when you book a hop-on, hop-off bus pass. In addition to navigating for you, your bus driver provides useful background information about each stop on the bus route, including Ross Castle, Torc Waterfall, Muckross House, Aghadoe Viewing Point, and the city center.
Discover famous landmarks and hidden gems on the Emerald Isle on this private tour of the Dingle Peninsula from Killarney. Explore the Dingle Peninsula with your private guide and take in top attractions including Ferriter's Cove, the Gallarus Oratory and the Blasket Centre. Pass pretty villages and towns such as Annascaul, Castlegregory, Dingle and Dunquin, where life ticks by at an altogether slower pace. Admire fine views over the mighty Slieve Mish Mountains and Mount Brandon — one of Ireland’s highest peaks — and take the famous Connor Pass back to Killarney.
Explore the Killarney National Park from the water and learn of ancient Irish folklore on this kayaking tour from Killarney. Hop into your kayak and take to the peaceful Lakes of Killarney. Paddle through the calm waters as your guide sheds light on Killarney’s colorful past, and watch the waves for sightings of native wildlife. Enjoy panoramic views over Ross Castle from your vantage point on the lakes, and listen as your guide brings its history to life. This family-friendly tour is suitable for first-time paddlers and experts alike.
Going to the Cliffs of Moher on a regular tour can be overcrowded and you can miss out on some of the things you really want to concentrate on. This Cliffs of Moher private tour from Killarney takes just you and your private group over to see the cliffs, as well as Bunratty Castle, Doolin, and the Burren. Your private guide gives you their full attention, and snacks, beverages, and round-trip transport are all included.