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Killarney Highlights Tour

(3 Hour Bus Tour)

This all inclusive sightseeing tour of the Killarney Valley takes in local attractions such as 15th century Ross Castle, Torc Waterfall, ancient oak woodlands and Victorian Muckross House, Gardens and traditional Farms. Other tour highlights include Kate Kearney’s Cottage at the Gap of Dunloe and 11th century Aghadoe Church and Round Tower with panoramic views of the Killarney Lake District.

Gap of Dunloe Tour

(Half Day Tour)

This is one of the most varied and exciting tours in Ireland and begins with a coach ride to Kate Kearney’s Cottage at the gateway to the Gap of Dunloe. After refreshments we travel through the 7 mile mountain pass, by walking or horse drawn trap, to Lord Brandon’s Cottage on the shores of the Upper Lake. Following lunch we depart by boat to sail through the three Lakes of Killarney, arriving at 15th century Ross Castle, where your coach awaits for the return journey to Killarney.

Ring of Kerry Tour

(Full Day Coach Tour)

Take the Grand Atlantic Coast Tour around the Iveragh Peninsula and Ireland’s highest mountain range, the MacGillacuddy Reeks. This renowned scenic drive takes you through mountain passes and valleys along the sandy beaches and shores of Dingle Bay and Kenmare Bay. Tour begins with the hilltop town of Killorglin, famous for its Puck Fair, and returns to Killarney through the famous Molls Gap, Ladies View, and the oak wooded lake district of the National Park. En route we encounter the beautiful coastal villages of Glenbeigh, Waterville and Sneem with many viewing points to experience the magnificent and inspiring scenery. Other tour highlights include Cahersiveen heritage centre, prehistoric staigue fort and the monastic outpost of the Skellig islands, recently promoted as a UNESCO world heritage site.

Dingle and Slea Head Tour

(Full Day Coach Tour)

Take a tour along the rugged Atlantic coastline of the Dingle Peninsula and Slea Head, the most westerly point in Europe. En route we pass beautiful Inch beach and the South Pole Inn of Annascaul, associated with Antarctic explorer Tom Crean, before arriving at the picturesque fishing harbour of Dingle, home to Ocean world and Ireland’s favourite dolphin, Fungi. This is an Irish or Gaelic speaking region and the landscape is dotted with ancient forts and early Christian dwellings such as bee hive huts and the famous dry-stone Oratory of Gallarus. Other tour highlights include winding Dunquin Harbour and the historic Blasket Islands, known locally as the ‘next parish to America’.