Ring of Kerry Tour


The Ring of Kerry is a 180-kilometer orbital route around the Iveragh Penninsula. Killarney is generally used as the gateway town to the ring. The route follows a counterclockwise direction as it skirts between mountain and ocean. On the left-hand side of the touring coach are the rolling hills and stunning peaks of the Mcgillycuddy Reeks range of mountains. Out towards the west, on the right side of the bus will be the rolling waves of the North Atlantic Ocean. They will be our constant companions as we circumnavigate the Ring of Kerry Tour.


The tour will take the best part of the day to complete. Leaving Killarney at 9 am and returning to Killarney that evening at about 4 pm. During the course of the day, we will pass through many idyllic towns and villages, through boglands where an ancient and unique way of life is still clung to. Up mountain passes to reach dramatically raised plates, put there, it would seem by a heavenly camera enthusiast. Down steep and windy roads, never designed for coach traffic, to verdant woodland where the mighty oak and Killarney native Arbutus tree are kings.


As would be expected from a luxury day trip, plenty of photo stops and hidden gems to discover will be littering our route. Not to mention plenty of comforts stops also.


Lewis road in Killarney





Additional information


Full coach (27-50 Seats), Medium coach (17-26 Seats), Mini coach (4-16 Seats)



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