We want to make sure you enjoy an unforgettable experience of Ireland and will gladly tailor an itinerary to suit your needs and interests.
To give you an idea of what we can offer, here are a few of our most popular itineraries. You can base your tour on one of the below itinerary examples or try something completely different — just tell us what you want and we’ll make it happen.
Ring of Kerry Itinerary
Total tour time: 8 hours
Starting your Ring of Kerry tour at Killarney, you’ll enjoy the stunning views of the National Park and the MacGillacuddy Reeks, which boasts Ireland’s highest mountain, Carrauntoohil.
We’ll visit Killorglin famous for its “Puck Fair”, one of Ireland’s oldest fairs, before heading onto the Red Fox Inn and Old Bog Village, a replica village to transport you back to the 1840s.
Next, it’s onto Cathins to watch sheepdogs at work during entertaining daily shows which show off their herding skills.
We’ll head onward to Cahersiveen, the birthplace of 18th Century Irish liberator Daniel O’ Connell. While we’re there, we’ll take a slight detour to see Cahergal Stone Fort, which was built around 500–800 AD.
Should the weather allow it, we’ll board a ferry to Valentia Island to see the dramatic Valentia Slate Quarry and take in some amazing views of the Skellig Islands and Foilhommerum Bay, where the first transatlantic telegraph was sent from.
Over a bridge built in the 1960s, we’ll cross into Portmagee and head to Coomanaspig to bathe in some spectacular views.
Next, it’s onto the Skellig Ring and, of course, the famous Skellig chocolate factory. We’ll travel onwards to Waterville where Charlie Chaplin frequently holidayed with his family. The amazing views will continue as we enter Coomakista.
Then it’s time for the downhill part of our journey to Sneem, across to Molls Gap, Ladies View and Torc Waterfall, before finally returning to Killarney.
Total tour time: 6 hours
Heading off from Killarney, we’ll pass through Aghadoe where you’ll be able to look down upon the beautiful lake surrounding Killarney and its neighbouring mountains.
You’ll have the chance to walk into Parkavonear, a Norman Castle before we head through the small villages of Milltown and Castlemain. This will lead us onto the Dingle Peninsula, passing Inch beach, our first sight of the Atlantic.
We can stop at the South Pole Inn in Annascaul, once owned by Antarctic explorer Thomas Crean. Then it’s onto an eclectic mix of must-see sites, the Celtic Prehistoric Museum, Dunbeg Fort, beehive huts, and the early settlements of Gallurs and Reask, which date back almost 2000 years.
We’ll also see some spectacular views of the Atlantic and enjoy a final stop in Dingle town. Then it’s back to Killarney via the Connor pass.
OR GALWAY TO Killarney
Total tour time: 7–8 hours
Take the coastal route across the River Shannon ( Irelands Longest River) heading North to 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
Total tour time: 7 hour
Cork is just an hour and a half away from Killarney and is filled with interesting and historic sites. We’ll take you to the world-famous Blarney Castle, as well as Jameson Distillery Midleton where you can discover how their famous whiskey is made, and Cobh Heritage Centre which was the last port of call for the doomed Titanic.
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU OUR SERVICES
Not everyone wants to travel on pre arranged tours. We can cater for your needs in arranging Tours to suit your requirements. Wherever you want to go we can take you. Want to stop somewhere, that's no problem. We can also offer advice on accommodation and local sights.
The beauty and quality of golf courses in the southwest of Ireland are here to encourage your game. Travel from club to club as you are transported, along with your clubs, to the various championship courses found around the region. Courses that may interest you include, Doonbeg, Lahinch, Killarney, Tralee, Ballybunion, Waterville, Dooks, Ring of Kerry, Old Head of Kinsale.
Cork Airport, Shannon Airport, Dublin Airport and of course Kerry Airport, we cover them all. Call us for all your taxi needs whether arriving from Cork, Dublin, Shannon or Kerry. We can bring you directly to your County Kerry accommodation and offer you a pleasant journey to, around and through the Killarney Area.
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It is our mission to send you home with good memories. We will be more that happy to collect you at your accommodation, airport, train, bus station or cruise port. We will have a meet and greet sign with your name on it.
We usually start at 9 am and back around 5 pm, but we can tailor the times to suit your needs.
All the highlights on the trip, some great photo stops (weather permitting) and any 'must sees' your party has.
Yes, all vehicles have air conditioning.
All tours are private guided tours, but if you’re a small party and are willing to share with other we will try and accommodate your wishes.
Yes we have a 24/7 Taxi Service also short or long journeys you decide!
Yes, we have baby seats and booster seats.
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Payment will be due one week before the tour or transfer.
Deposit is refundable up one week in advance.