JUMP ABOARD OUR AMAZING RING OF KERRY DAY TOUR THAT TAKES YOU OFF THE BEATEN TRACK to experience the real beauty of this world renowned destination.
Considered one of the most beautiful destinations to explore in Ireland, the Ring of Kerry offers dramatic landscapes of wild rugged coastline, golden beaches, glistening lakes, picturesque villages and spectacular mountain ranges. Even better, we will take you on an incredible tour of the spectacular Valentia Island where you can delve into its incredible history and heritage, explore its magical setting on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean and if you are lucky get a glimpse (weather permitting) of the spectacular Skellig Islands (Star Wars famed).
After a well-earned bite to eat, we slowly make our way back to Killarney, stopping off at many spectacular viewing points to learn of their historical importance and the opportunity to take that picture that will ensure an everlasting memory of paradise.
|START/RETURN POINT||Discover Ireland Centre, Beech Road, Killarney, Co. Kerry.|
|DEPARTURE DAYS||Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday|
|SCHEDULE||9:00 AM - 18:00 PM (Please arrive 30 minutes before departure time)|
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09:00 AM: Bus Departure for The Ring of Kerry from Killarney
09:30 AM: Killorglin
10:00 AM: Mountain Stage & Dingle Bay
10:30 AM: Cahersiveen
11:00 AM: Valentia Island Tour
We will take you on an incredible tour of the spectacular Valentia Island where you can delve into its incredible history and heritage, explore its magical setting on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean and if you are lucky get a glimpse (weather permitting) of the dramatic Skellig Islands (Star Wars famed).
The island is situated off the South West coast of Kerry and is connected to the mainland by a bridge at Portmagee or you can take a ferry from Reen point. The island is renowned for its great beauty, ecological wonders and historical importance, such as Vikings ports, the first TransAtlantic cable and learn why Westminster Abbey is so closely connected to this intriguing island.