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Guided and self guided walking tours of the Dingle Peninsula and Kerry Way .


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Guided and self guided walking tours of the Dingle Peninsula and Kerry Way


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Guided and self guided walking tours of the Dingle Peninsula and Kerry Way .


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Guided and self guided walking tours of the Dingle Peninsula and Kerry Way .

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Philosopher John Moriarty talks about wild, natural Kerry

“I was looking out to the East out of my bedroom window just as I was getting up at around seven o’clock and there were long bands of mist all over Sliabh Luachra, East Kerry, and for the first time in my life I had to look away because it was much more than beautiful it was tremendous.”

Walking in Dingle and County Kerry is more than just exercise, it is a great exercise. It is much more than fresh air and it is more difficult to find fresher air than in County Kerry. Dingle and County Kerry are surrounded by natural, beautiful landscapes – islands and coastal cliffs, beaches and mountains, valleys of hedgerows and farmland. Our walking tours in County Kerry will give you limitless peace and quiet and it is the picture-perfect environment for great thoughts to flourish.

You will travel far to reach this special place. Take the time to explore it.
Take the time to truly unwind by walking through the pristine landscape of the Kingdom of County Kerry. 

Guided & Self-Guided Walking, Trekking & Hiking Tours in Kerry

Hiking and walking tours are the best ways to experience Kerry. From Killarney to Dunquin; from Dingle to Caherdaniel, the natural landscape of the wild Atlantic coast, mountains, valleys and villages dispersed throughout is best explored and discovered on foot.
Our guided and self-guided Walking and hiking tours in Kerry allows you access to the natural landscape, fresh air, a sense of space and time, nature and a freedom that is otherwise difficult to encounter.
Walking and hiking gives you the time to get the most out of this special place. Kerry is the land of the setting sun. It is a country of big skies, four seasons in one day and great light. Walking is the perfect place to drink it in deep.
Kerry is a land with a long memory. The Dingle Way and Kerry Way are like open air museums, littered with castles, ringforts, standing stones and ancient churches.  Walk in the footsteps of our ancient people by immersing yourself in one of our captivating trekking tours.
Bígi linn as the Irish saying goes. Walk with us!
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Take your time – listen, feel, smell – indulge every sense and become alive.

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A Brief History of the Dingle Peninsula

The Dingle peninsula, also known as Corca Dhuibhne has 6000 years of History, the era is from the earliest prehistoric age right through to the monastic period, the devastation of the great famine, right through to the present day. The area has a variety of interesting history and has fascinating rich relics of the past. It is the ideal location for breathtaking scenic walking tours in Ireland! The local area is steeped in history and has many great historical attractions to see. The oldest settlement on the peninsula is at Ferriters Cove and dates back to around 4,300 B.C. Due to the peninsulas remote location and the lack of specialised agriculture, there is a remarkable preservation of over 2,000 monuments. It is impossible not to visit here and not be impressed by its archaeological heritage. It has the largest collections of Ogham stones, almost 70 stones in total. One of the finest of the stones is in Dun Chaoin, which is overlooking the Blasket Islands. Learn more about the Dingle Peninsula!

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Walking or Hiking the Dingle Way and The Kerry Way

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Walking or Hiking the Dingle Way and The Kerry Way – Some advice Hiking the Dingle Way or the Kerry Way on a self-guided walking holiday is a great way…

The Dingle Peninsula, the Gaeltacht and the Irish Language

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Much of the Dingle Peninsula is a Gaeltacht meaning it is a place where the Irish language, Gaeilge, is still spoken daily. Gaeilge, considered a Celtic language, is one of the oldest...
Ballintearman Standing Stone, Dingle Way

Archaeology of the Dingle Way

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The Dingle Way winds along for 110 miles around the Dingle Peninsula. Across mountainside, through valleys, along beaches and bothareens the Dingle Way casually passes  many ancient archeological sites. Ring forts and...