The Ring of Kerry (or Iveragh Peninsula) is the Kerry tourist trail and part of the mystical and unspoilt region of Ireland that has attracted visitors for hundreds of years. Its spectacular beauty is beyond question, part of the Wild Atlantic Way in the Southwest region a 112 mile drive out into the Atlantic on a peninsula.
Step back in time travel through the glaciated valley of The Gap of Dunloe in a Pony & Trap guided by your local guide. Discover some of Ireland's most amazing landscapes by land & water. Cruise the famous Lakes of Killarney on a traditional open boat before finally arriving at the 15th century Ross Castle.
Cruise on the famous Lakes of Killarney in the comfort of a heated, modern, glass covered cruiser. Drift through the islands and relax in the beauty & splendor that surrounds you. Pass a 6th century monastery on Innisfallen Island where your captain will inform of the great history, legends and folklore of the area.
Enjoy a luxury hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour of Dublin’s history through sights and stories from expert guides, all on one route. From Viking invasions to medieval walls, revolution to destruction, Georgian architecture, famine and fire, the modern capital city of Dublin has had many faces. Dublin's hidden gems will be revealed by the guide, take your trip back through time with the live guided commentary.
The Dingle Peninsula or Corca Dhuibhne stretches 30 miles (48 kilometres) into the Atlantic Ocean from Ireland’s south-west coast. The peninsula is dominated by the range of mountains that form its spine, running from the Slieve Mish range to Mount Brandon, Ireland’s second highest peak. The coastline consists of steep sea-cliffs, broken by sandy beaches.
The Cliffs of Moher is Ireland’s most visited natural attraction with a magical vista that captures the hearts of up to 1 million visitors each year. The Cliffs rise up to 214 (700 feet) at the highest point and range for 8km over the Atlantic Ocean on the Western seaboard of Co. Clare.
Ring of Kerry is the most popular tour in the Southwest of Ireland, With only a short stay with us we would like to give you as much memories as we possibly can, from magical castles coastal, to rugged and wild coastlines, lush pastures and rolling landscapes, mystical fairy forts, and coastal marinas, let us take you on a short journey you may never forget. Book your private tour and let the journey begin.
The Beara Peninsula is steeped in myths and legends. The mountains and valleys are rich in archaeological sites such as stone circles, wedge graves and other relics from the past. We have scenic lakes cradled between the mountains, Mizen Head visitor centre nestled high up in the Cliff face with some of the most beautiful scenery Ireland has to offer. With the Atlantic Ocean at your side, we can visit ‘Teardrop’ point the last sight the Irish emigrants would have seen sailing to America. Book your private tour and let the journey begin,
With only a short stay with us in the Southwest of the country we would like to give you as much memories as we possibly can, from magical castles, to rugged and wild coastlines, lush pastures and rolling landscapes, mystical fairy forts, and coastal marinas, let us take you on a short journey you may never forget.
For travellers who only have a couple of days we promise to excite, explore and indulge your adventurous side. Discover Connemara – Ireland’s Gaelic speaking area and sail your own yacht to the Aran Islands. Soak up the atmosphere in bustling bohemian Galway City and challenge yourself by scaling Croagh Patrick in Westport. Take in the breath-taking scenery over your four days and make new friends along the way.
Enjoy a 5-day whirlwind adventure of the south and west coast of Ireland along the Wild Atlantic Way. You will have an unforgettable experience exploring everything from kayaking with dolphins in Dingle Bay to the magnificent sights on the Ring of Kerry. Prepare to be awestruck by Ireland’s most famous landmark – The Cliffs of Moher and fall in love with the bustling bohemian Galway City. This small group adventure tour has it all. The expert guides have handpicked the best the south and west has to offer for your tour around Ireland leaving you with enough time to indulge in the delights of Dublin City.
This tour takes in the highlights of the rugged West of Ireland and the province of Connacht. Majestic in its beauty with stone walls, barren landscapes, and dramatic coastline this tour gives you an insight into the lives and hardships of Irish peasants historically. It is a true combination of castles, cliffs, coastline, and colorful villages providing the traveler with unrivaled opportunities to enjoy picture-postcard Ireland. Short on time, yet high on energy and curiosity this 2-Day West of Ireland Guided Tour from Dublin ticks all the boxes!!!
Exploring the magical "Kingdom" of Kerry, the mind-blowing 750ft high Cliffs of Moher, the wild Connemara region, historic Derry, the Giant's Causeway and Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge, and finally Belfast.
This tour provides great sights and lots of off the beaten track adventure. Mix with the local characters that make this tour a truly brilliant insight into the beloved country, the people and the legends.
This tour provides great sights and lots of off the beaten track adventures. Mix with the local characters that make this tour a truly brilliant insight into Ireland, the people, and the Irish legends. You'll visit Belfast, Giant's Causeway, historic Derry, the Cliffs of Moher, the Dingle Peninsula, The Ring of Kerry, kiss the magical Blarney Stone in Cork, Guinness Brewery and much more.
Croke Park is Ireland's largest and most iconic sporting arena and headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). Located in Dublin's North city centre it offers a tour and museum visit that is designed to showcase the history, culture and traditions surrounding Gaelic games.
Immerse yourself in a journey of discovery as you dive off the beaten track into 5,000 years of ancient Irish history – into the Boyne Valley and Ireland’s Ancient East. Hear tales of the High Kings on the Hill of Tara, bring to life the ancient warriors in Teltown where the pre-Olympic Games of Ireland took place. Visit one of Ireland’s longest inhabited towns, Kells, and soak up the atmosphere that inspired its monks to complete the precious illuminated Book of Kells, touch the stones of its 9th century sentinel High Crosses and its Round Tower that protected the Book of Kells for over 800 years. You will also visit Slieve na Calliagh, the Hill of the Witch at Loughcrew, visiting Neolithic tombs almost 5,800 years old, then head to the Hill of Tlachtga, where Halloween began. Stand on the Hill of Tara and imagine yourself as a High King back in years of yore.
Delve deep into the history of Smithwick’s, Ireland oldest beer brand, with a visit to Smithwick’s Experience Kilkenny. With Franciscan monks, living portraits of the Smithwick family and giant holograms, set off on an immersive, guided tour of the Smithwick’s Experience, located in an old Victorian brewing building in Kilkenny city center. Travel from the 13th century right through to modern day as you trace the beer’s history, and learn how the ale is made. Then toast your tour with a meticulously poured pint of Smithwick’s.
This high energy show gives a flavor of the different styles of Irish dance. Performed in intimate surroundings with all seats offering a great view of the raised stage. You will enjoy a sumptuous three course menu featuring the best of Irish home cooked food, followed by a spectacular show with many opportunities for audience participation. From Sean nós, the "old style" traditional solo Irish dance to the familiar jigs and reels, the synchronized precision and heart racing rhythms that characterize what Irish Dancing has become today.