LAND OF LAKES, LAND OF GIANTS, LAND OF STONES, LAND OF VALLEYS
Things to see and do in Kerry
Tá Fáilte Romhat – Welcome to Wild Wonderful Mystical Kerry, from the small country roads to the castle banquets, from the Wild Atlantic Way to the rugged mountain tops, we provide private guided tours that will create everlasting memories of County Kerry, Ireland.
We prepare a customised bespoke itinerary to suit your interests and needs, providing a personal service and exclusive access to places and events that you would not find on your own. At the same time you can dictate the pace and control your own itinerary.
Ring of Beara
Taking you through the scenic vistas of the Healy Pass, Wild Atlantic Way, Sheen Valley, and the authentic towns of Beara, The Ring of Beara is a glimpse into Ireland at its most wild.
The Kerry Way
Explore the ‘Kingdom’ with an unforgettable walking itinerary. Dramatic landscapes, patchwork fields, winding trails, enchanting villages, welcoming locals and stunning scenery await you on The Kerry Way.
Kerry Dark Sky Reserve
Everybody knows that Kerry is beautiful with scenery that simply talks ones breath away, but that is only telling half the story... when the sun goes down in a kaleidoscope of colour, another scenery comes into view...
At the very edge of Europe, as far west as you can go in Ireland, is the breathtaking Dingle Peninsula, once described by National Geographic as “the most beautiful place on earth”.
Listowel and North Kerry
Listowel (Lios Tuathail (Tuathail meaning ringfort), is a market town North of County Kerry, Ireland. Listowel is positioned in the very heart of Kerry on the River Feale, where its hinterland is mainly dairy agricultural.
Ring of Kerry
You can tour famous Ring of Kerry, a mystical and unspoilt region of Ireland that has attracted visitors for hundreds of years. I can take you on a day trip or spread it over a few days.
Wild Atlantic Way
There are six regions to the Wild Atlantic Way… from Malin Head, the northernmost tip of County Donegal, stretching south for 2,500 kilometres to Kinsale in County Cork.
The UNESCO World Heritage site of Skellig Michael has been home to some of the earliest monastic settlements in Ireland. Along with Little Skellig, it is also a wildlife sanctuary.
Star Wars Tours
‘In the sleepy town of Portmagee’ was how many of the tabloids were describing the small town on the Ring of Kerry during the filming of the Star Wars Movie, The Force Awakens.
Skellig Ring & Cahersiveen
At the far west of the Iveragh Peninsula – half way round the famous Ring of Kerry – you feel like you’re standing on the edge of the world. This is the Skellig Coast. Out to sea, the majestic Skellig Islands rise out of the Atlantic.
Derrynane, Caherdaniel & Castlecove
Caherdaniel Parish begins in the wonderful valley of Glenmore with its beautiful lakes and rivers and is world famous for fishing. When you drive over the Coomakista Pass, you will be blown away by the views!
Kenmare & Sneem on the Ring of Kerry
Along Iveragh’s southernmost edge, the Ring of Kerry passes through Sneem and Kenmare, skimming the sheltered Kenmare Bay. It’s great walking country, with incredible view is all directions.
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