Why take a Tour on a large Bus where the Driver dictates the
schedule? We offer you and your party up to 8 people the opportunity to
customise your tour, stop where you like, we can take you off the beaten track
and show you places the Tour Bus only talks about. For Tours of Ring of Kerry,
Beara Peninsula, Dingle Peninsula See below-
Local Tours - some tours to be considered either privately or
part of a large group with specific interests. We will provide you
with a personal experience
- Ring of Kerry - Visit Valentia Island where the tour buses do not go!
- Dingle / Slea Head
- Beara Peninsula
- Blarney Castle / Cork City
- Cliffs of Moher - onward transfer to Galway if wished
- Specialist Tours:
- Transfer to Renard Pier for Boat Trip to the Skelligs
- We can give you a Tour experiencing Geology, Archaeology,
History and Mythology. Showing ancient Forts, Abbeys,
Churches, Standing Stones etc. Learn about the Cultures that
have featured in Ireland's history.
Ring of Kerry
When we leave Killarney we will have the National Park
on our left shortly we will get our first view of The MacGillacuddy Reeks
bosting Ireland’s highest mountain Carrauntoohil.
come the town of Kilorglin famous for its “Puck Fair”
on to visit Red Fox Inn & Old bog Village (A replica village from1840s)
entrance fee €5pp ( Family ticket available) payable at entrance
The travel to Cathins where you can see a flock of
Sheep kept inline by 3 sheep dogs. entrance fee €5pp( Family ticket
available) payable at entrance or to driver if no one at kiosk (
Can be seasonal only 3 show a day last show at 12 noon)
Heading now for Cahersiveen the birth place of Daniel O Connell the Irish
Slight detour to see Cahergal Stone Fort built 500 – 800 AD.
Then we go off the beaten track on to Valentia Island
by ferry (Seasonal) where we see Valentia Slate Quarry, some amazing
views of the Skellig Islands !! Foilhommerum Bay where the
first transatlantic telegraph was sent from.
And off across a bridge built in the 1960'
Portmagee and over Coomanaspig some spectacular views.
Then on to the Skellig Ring and of course the Skellig
Then travel to Waterville where Charlie Chaplin spent a
lot of time on the to Coomakista (Some great views)
downhill from here to Sneem across then to Molls Gap and Ladies
View and Torc Waterfall into Killarney.8 hours
None of my tours are
set in Stone. We tell people what’s out there as we go along if they want to
stop anywhere I'm more than happy to assist.
we leave Killarney we will go via Aghadoe where you can have a look down on
the lake & Mountains surrounding Killarney. Parkavonear Norman Castle (which
we can walk into). We the go through the small villages of Milltown &
Castlemain and on to the Dingle Peninsula, passing Inch beach our first
sight of the Atlantic, do you want to dip your toes!!!
We can stop at the
South Pole Inn home of Tom Crean in Annascaul who explored the Antarctic and
has a local beer named after him. We will visit Celtic pre-historic museum,
Dunbeg fort, Beehive huts,Gallurs, An Reasc (all very early settlements
dating back almost 2000 years). We will also see some spectacular views of
the Atlantic. Anyone for pottery at Louis Mulcahys? A stop in Dingle town
and home by the Connor pass (weather permitting) 6 hours
Lakes and Gap of Dunloe
An open boat trip leaving
from Ross Castle (15th Century Strong
hold O’Donoghue Ross chieftains) through the 3 Lakes of Killarney to Lord
Brandons Cottage where you are met by a pony & Buggy and taken down the
stunning Gap Of Dunloe to Kate Kearneys Cottage. (Bring rain gear
just in case)
Local Killarney Tour
Cathedral, Ross Castle, Muckross House, Torc Waterfall & Ladies View.
Stop in the Adare a
quaint Irish village, the on to Bunratty Castle then Cliffs of Moher where
some films scenes were shot like Harry Potter & The Half Blood Prince,
Princess Bride & Guns of Navarone. Along The Wild Atlantic Way through the
Bureen to Galway. 7/8 hours
Killarney to Cork
Blarney Castle, Jameson Distillery, tasting!!! & Cobh Heritage Centre (Last
Port of Call for the Titanic) 7 hours. these tours’s can be tailored to suit
The Beara Peninsula
The main traditional tourist
attractions on the peninsula are the ruins of Dunboy Castle, Puxley
Mansion, The Copper Mines Museum in Allihies, Illnacullen Island in
Glengarriff (maintained by the OPW), Derreen Gardens (privately
owned but open to the public).
Many people come just to enjoy the wild and untamed nature of the
place and the magical coastline.
The "Ring of Beara" is a tourist trail for cars which follows the
roads for about 195 kilometres (121 mi) circumnavigating the
peninsula. It starts in Kenmare, crossing the Healy Pass through
Adrigole, passing Castletownbere, Allihies, and turn offs to Dursey
Island, Eyeries and Ardgroom, ending in Glengarriff. The area has
had a long connection with the sea; Castletownbere is one of
Ireland's largest fishing ports and has diving, sailing and boating