• Ross Castle, Co. Kerry

  • Scenic Drive, Co. Kerry

  • Killarney Lake, Co. Kerry

  • Derrynane House, Co. Kerry

  • Kells Sheep Centre, Co. Kerry

  • Muckross House, Co. Kerry

The Ring of Kerry and Killarney National Park One Day Tour Itinerary


Killarney, Killorglin, Glenbeigh, Cahersiveen and Kells

Travel in comfort around the breathtaking Iveragh Peninsula on the Ring of Kerry. The tour departing from Killarney will follow the Ring counterclockwise: first along the banks of the Laune River to the little town of Killorglin home of the folkloristic Puck festival, then to Glenbeigh with its striking wild mountain scenery, quaint bog village museum and traditional pub. Spend time visiting this village museum and sipping an Irish coffee with homemade scones.

Travel onwards to Kells, where your second stop is the world class Sheep dog demonstrations. Learn all about the technique of shepherding from a local Shepherd while taking in the spectacular views over Dingle Bay.

Continue onto Cahersiveen town enjoying the breathtaking scenery and views of Valentia Island as you journey on to the charming seaside town of Waterville.


Butler Arms Hotel, Waterville

After a relaxing lunch in the Butler Arms Hotel stroll along the scenic waterfront in Waterville the favourite holiday town of Charlie Chaplin whose family first visited the town in 1959. He returned every year to holiday in Waterville for over ten years.


Caherdaniel, Molls Gap and Muckross

Enjoy the coastal drive along the scenic route through Derrynane and Caherdaniel. Admire the sweeping views over golden beaches before arriving in the picturesque village of Sneem. Spend time shopping and having coffee and treats in this bustling little town.

Travel up to two viewpoints—Moll’s Gap and the famous Ladies View for a photo stop. Gaze out over the spectacular views of the rugged Macgillycuddy Reeks and the shimmering lakes of Killarney National Park in the valley below.

Before you return to Killarney enjoy a guided tour of Muckross House - a furnished 19th-century mansion set among mountains and woodland designed for Queen Victoria. Take an entertaining ride in a jaunting car (horse-drawn carts) operated by local jarvies, known for their famous Irish gift of the gab. Wander through the extensive grounds of the house or stroll through the stunning gardens along the shore of the lake.


Dinner in Killarney with music and dance

Enjoy evening dinner in one of Killarney's high class restaurants. Relax afterwards with a spectacular Irish music, song and dance show.

Stay overnight in a luxury Killarney Hotel (subject to 1 month advance booking).

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