Kerry Highlights Day Tour from Dublin

Kerry Highlights Day TourFrom dublin

Every Kerry man, woman, child and dog will insist that Kerry has some of the most stunning scenery in all of Ireland and everyone else will be hard pushed to deny the claim’s validity. Facing the Atlantic Ocean, Kerry’s coastline is made up of a series of inlets, peninsulas, bays and coves. It is a mountainous region, with two of our three highest mountains residing in Kerry; Carrauntoohill and Mount Brandon. Furthermore, the county has a series of islands visible off the coast, including the World Heritage UNESCO Site, Skellig Michael, the medieval monastery of beehive shaped huts perched in the elements and among the ferocious waves. The county’s beauty is owed to an Ice Age that took place over 10,000 years ago and homage to nature’s powerful grasp on the landscape.


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  • Local guides knowledgeable about the area
  • Visit charming Adare Heritage Town 
  • Take in the stunning Killarney National Park & Torc Waterfall
  • Time to explore the vibrant hub of Killorglin - home of 'Puck Fair'
  • Appreciate the awe-inspiring views of Dingle Bay. 
  • Drive along the renowned 'Wild Atlantic Way', breathing in the fresh Atlantic air during a stroll along Inch Beach.
  • Luxury Mercedes Bus
  • Admissions costs
  • Everything but the meals