The Ring of Kerry
"The Ring of Kerry" is a popular day trip and we offer you a private car with a driver for a day - tour only (approximately 8 hours between 8am and 8pm) for only €225. Because it is a private tour, you decide how much time you need for taking those unmissable photographs, where to have lunch, and take a break. Also compared to bus trips we can stop in many more places (of your choice), and go where buses can’t.
The Ring of Kerry (Irish: Mórchuaird Chiarraí) is a tourist trail in County Kerry, south-western Ireland. The route covers the 179 km circular road (N70, N71, and R562 road), starting from Kenmare, heading around the Iveragh Peninsula and passing through Killarney, Killorglin, Cahersiveen, Waterville and Sneem.
We offer You a private tour around ring of Kerry in a passanger vehicle. The advantage of this option is great. Besides the places of interests which You can visit with regular bus (like Muckross house, Torc waterfall, Coomakista pass and bog village) we will take You to the places like: Cromwell’s bridge – very old and interesting construction really worth to see.
Stone circle / Druids circle – in Kenmare, remembering the times before anyone had heard about Jesus.
Next stop we have at the Staigue fort. A fantastic construction 1,500 years old with walls thick as 4 meters and 6 meters tall. Built with absolutely no mortar.
Right after passing lovely Waterville village we turn left to Skelligs ring. Here we can admire wonderful views of huge cliffs and the Skellig Islands.
From Portmagee we driving to Valentia Island, where human activity is dated back to approximately 4560 B.C. Expect the stunning viewing points.
Valentia is offering you a Skellig experience, visit to Valentia heritage museum and Slate quarry, where they still mining stone to date for roofing and pool tables. For example the stone from that quarry was used to cover an opera house in Paris and Westminster in London.
We are leaving Valentia island by ferry heading towards charming village Cahersiveen. The Ballycarbery castle, Cahergall fort and Leacanabuaile fort are few more ancient buildings You should see. Those structures were witnessing and taking part in creating Irish society and state structures in Ireland.
During our trip You can have lunch anywhere You wish, take coffee breaks or enjoy a pint of great irish stout in a real traditional irish pub. We guarantee you a great experience and a lot of opportunities to take beautiful pictures.
There are numerous variations to the route taking in St. Finian's Bay and Valentia Island which the official driving ring misses (the official cycling route takes in Valentia Island). As well as some fine beaches, it also offers the Gap of Dunloe, Bog Village, Derrynane House, the Skellig Experience Valentia Island, Molls Gap, Torc Waterfall, Muckross House and Ross Castle.
"The Ring" is a popular day trip and we offer you a private car with a driver for a day (approximately 8 hours between 8am and 8pm). Because it is a private tour, you decide how much time you need for taking those unmissable photographs, where to have lunch, and take a break. Also compared to bus trips we can stop in many more places (of your choice), and go where buses can’t.