One of the most spectacular drives in the world voted by Top Gear.
Our day begins with a coastal drive out to Inch-Kerrys longest beach before we journey on to the most westerly point of Ireland.
Discover a landscape which offered a home to ancestors for over 6, 000 years. You will understand why with an interesting insight to the way of life along the Slea Head Drive. (Voted by Top Gear as one of the most spectacular drives in the world!) Photographers and artists make Dingle peninsula their home as the ever changing light casts new reflections inward and outward for a reason to stay rooted to this unique part of Ireland.
Evidence of pre historic monuments are easily accessible. I aim to facilitate your understanding of this Gaeltacht area and all its has to offer. Explore the quirky town of Dingle which boasts some of the finest craftsmanship and culinary delights in the country.
This day tour has the perfect pace to enjoy the variety that this unique peninsula has to offer all ages.
Please note , start times are flexible and so is the itinerary times
9am- Pick up at your accommodation in Killarney
10am- Inch beach and cafe
11am- Slea Head Drive
(Photo stops, optional hike)
2pm- Explore the town (optional walking food tour to tantalise the taste buds - 2hours
4pm- Depart Dingle
4. 30- Birthplace of Antarctic Explorer Tom Creann
5. 30- Ahadogue Heights Panoramic Viewpoint
6. 00- Return to Killarney
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Please email me your preference and I will meet you at your chosen location in county Kerry.
End location: I will return you to your chosen accommodation in county Kerry
Duration: 7 hours 30 min.
Luxury 8 seater Mercedes Benz
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 EUR - Lunch
As a licensed driver and guide I have no restrictions
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Deirdre was an amazing guide. She was very knowledgeable about Irish history and culture, and was well acquainted with the sites on the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula. She sang songs to us and told us stories about legendary Irish heroes, such as Finn McCool. Best of all, she suggested that we renew our vows at an ogham stone in a 12-century churchyard, and assisted in the ceremony, including burning sage to purify and scent the air. A truly fine human being and a great guide.