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Rowing Trip Dingle, Kerry in Traditional BoatFrom: €70 Read more
Rowing Trip Dingle, Kerry in Traditional Boat
Feel like an islander off the coast of Ireland by rowing the traditional black boat of the west of Ireland. The Naomóg is made from wood and canvas and requires skill to move it across the water of Dingle bay. Find out the history of these boats and learn how to row a naomhóg in Dingle harbour.
Harbour Tour 1.5 hrs (min 2 people). Fitness level 2. Price €35.From: €70
Killarney Walk & Innisfallen IslandFrom: €70 Read more
Killarney Walk & Innisfallen Island
Meet the guide at 11 am in Killarney and take a walk to the National Park, learning of the history, nature and culture of the area. See the 15th century copper mines and Ross Castle where you board a boat for the short trip across Lough Leane to Innisfallen Island. The guide will tell of the history of the island which has wild deer and the ruins of a monastery. Bring a picnic and enjoy the beauty of Killarney National Park from the lake.
Time: 11am to 3 pm. Fitness Level 3. Price per person €35.From: €70
Boat trip around SkelligFrom: €55 Read more
Boat trip around Skellig
Enjoy a powerboat trip with an expert local skipper. Admire the views of the dramatic Skellig Rock, made famous by the Star Wars The Force Awakens film, as it rises sheer from the Atlantic. This boat has toilet, great speed for your comfort and the local expert. Great demand for trips due to Star War’s films, we do not land on Skellig as unpredictable seas and more chance of cancellation though this trip is weather dependent. Minimum group required per trip so trips may be combined if a low number is booked and time altered and must be booked 5 or more days in advance.
Fitness Level 2. Time 3pm. Price €55.From: €55
Killarney Gap of Dunloe CyclingFrom: €55 Read more
Killarney Gap of Dunloe Cycling
Collect your bike in morning from the centre of Killarney and cycle to Ross Castle beside beautiful Lough Leane. Enjoy a boat trip across the lake and cycle through the dramatic Gap of Dunloe and county lanes back to Killarney. Choose to bring a picnic or have lunch in Lord Brandon’s cottage or stop at Kate Kearney’s cottage. This is a distance of about 15 km. To enjoy the dramatic scenery allow a full day for this trip.
Fitness level 3. Price €55.From: €55
Bike Hire – Cork and KerryFrom: €25 Read more
Killarney Lake WalkFrom: €20 Read more
Killarney Lake Walk
Take a fascinating walk with a local guide though Killarney National Park. Discover the history of the park, learn of the rich flora and maybe spot some red deer in their natural habitat. Finish at Ross Castle, ancient fortress of the O’Donoghues. Departs 11am.
Time 11 am daily. Fitness Level 2. Price per person €20.From: €20
Fishing Lakes of Killarney (Iascaireacht – Cill Airne)€250 Read more
Fishing Lakes of Killarney (Iascaireacht – Cill Airne)
Fishing on Lakes of Killarney in a boat with an experienced local guide take you. The expert guide will provide the rods, reels and flies, you need to bring suitable footwear, rainwear and warm clothing as well as food. Price is €250 ( 2 people max). Guide and boat. Permits are purchased locally on the day.
Fitness Level 2. Price €250€250
Carrauntoohill, Kerry – Ireland’s Highest MountainsFrom: €90 Read more
Carrauntoohill, Kerry – Ireland’s Highest Mountains
Mountain Climb of Carrauntoohill – Full Day start at 9am to climb Ireland’s highest mountain – via Devils Ladder or O’Shea’s Gully. Carrauntoohill is Ireland’s highest mountain, based in the MacGillycuddy Reeks in Kerry and standing at 1034m above sea level. To climb this mountain will take a full days walking into the Hags Glen surrounded by several of the highest mountains and famous ridges of Ireland. This trip needs a minimum of 4 people and is weather dependent.
Fitness level: 4. Day Trip 7-9 hours. Distance 13km with Ascent of 900m. Price €90From: €90
Mountain Climbing – Mangerton Mountain, KerryFrom: €89 Read more
Mountain Climbing – Mangerton Mountain, Kerry
Mangerton Mountain just skirts the Killarney national park and is an area where it would be quite common to find Ireland’s native red deer. This day trip starts at 9.30, will give you breathtaking views and take your breath away literally. The views from the track leading to the Devils Punchbowl looking over to the MacGillycuddy Reeks and below to Lough Leane and over Killarney are unsurpassed. We take the main track or the Horses Glen depending on conditions. Min 3 people, needs to be pre-booked well in advance and is weather dependent.. €89 ppFrom: €89
Mountain Climbing – Coomloughra Horseshoe, KerryFrom: €297 Read more
Mountain Climbing – Coomloughra Horseshoe, Kerry
The Coomloughra Horseshoe – Without a doubt this is one of the finest full day ridge walks in Ireland. This walk starts at 9am, takes in all 3 of Ireland’s highest mountains in 1 stunning horseshoe walk around the beautiful Coomloughra. First climbing Skegmore to ascend Ireland’s 2nd highest mountain Beenkeragh (1010m) then over the knife-edged Beenkeragh ridge to Ireland’s highest mountain Carrauntoohill then finally onto Caher at 1001m.
Note –This walk is for people at the highest level of hill walking who need to have previously done Carrauntoohill with the same guide so their level of fitness can be assessed.
In fact all who want to do this have to contact us by email or phone. Length: 12km Ascent: 1200m Time: 8-10 hours Fitness Level: 5. Price €99From: €297