Ring of Kerry Day Tour from Cork City

Ring of Kerry Day Tour from Cork City

40.00 per person

Our blockbuster tour, the Ring of Kerry trip will take you on a magical journey through Ireland’s famous Kingdom. You will experience the extremes of the Wild Atlantic Way, the epic beauty of Ireland’s highest mountain ranges and the vibrant buzz of bustling Killarney town


Kerry Bog Village

Ready to step back in time? First stop on our route is the Kerry Bog Village, a super photogenic folk village showcasing traditional Irish rural life. Entry fee of €6.50 per adult. Here, you can wander through postcard thatched cottages, visit a replica traditional farmstead or even meet the village’s resident Irish wolfhounds! Also, we know it’s only 11am but it’s probably whiskey o’clock somewhere in the world – why not indulge in a delicious Irish coffee next door at the Red Fox Inn?

Wild Atlantic Way 

From Glenbeigh, we wind around the fringe of the Iveragh Peninsula, kissing the coast of Ireland’s most beautiful coastline. Here, you’ll feel like you’re on the edge of Europe…and you really are! Our next stops come at Waterville and Coomakista, two of Kerry’s most scenic spots (don’t believe us?), where panoramic views stretch from the mountains to the sea. Zoom out to the ocean and you’ll see the Skellig Islands, bursting out of the Atlantic like Celtic pyramids. The islands famously featured in the recent Star Wars movie: this is a real case of lights, camera, Instagram!


Back on the coach, our journey leaves the crashing Atlantic towards the sheltered waters of Kenmare Bay. The gorgeous village and foodie heaven of Sneem is our next pitstop for a delicious local lunch. Fancy a taste of Kerry? How about some traditional bacon and cabbage from D O’Shea’s traditional pub or some fresh fish and chips from The Village Kitchen?


From Sneem, buckle up and prepare yourself for one of the most dramatic drives in Europe. Verging deep into the MacGillycuddy’s Reek mountains and the moody Black Valley, myriad scenic viewpoints dot our route: there’s Moll’s Gap mountain pass, Ladies View lookout (a favourite spot of Queen Victoria) and yes, even a Leprechaun crossing. Along the shores of Lough Leane, we’ll drive through a real-life emerald forest as the woodlands of Ireland’s last native oak trees filter past us. Finally, we arrive in Ireland’s capital of the great outdoors, stunning Killarney! The clip clop of traditional jarveys (horses and carts) and live music echo around as you get the chance to wander the town’s lively streets. Maybe grab a gelato from Murphy’s Ice-cream or dust off your Mastercard at the woollen mills!

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