What to expect in a nutshell

  • southwest kerry-irelandunpluggedtours10 am start after a hearty breakfast
  • magnificent scenic travel with frequent stops
  • short walks with free time in nature and in towns
  • local guides for special places of interest
  • sun, rain, mist, wind
  • the charm of the Irish
  • quaint villages and towns
  • winding narrow roads
  • great food and entertainment
  • megalithic sites
  • castle and historical site tours
  • option to remain at Thidwick to stay "home" to relax
  • tour is tailored to the group
  • longer scenic walks an option for active groups
    serendipitous opportunities

Once you have booked a tour a detailed itinerary will be sent to you.
Here's a sample of an 8 day trip:

Iveragh Peninsula [ee-vu-rah] - it includes the Ring of Kerry

  • Killarney Lakes area which includes: Molls Gap, Gap of Dunloe (Black Valley), Ross Castle, Muckross House & Gardens, Ladies View
  • Kenmare town
  • Skellig Ring Drive and Valentia Island which includes: Kerry Cliffs, Portmagee, tetrapod tracks, stone forts with a Skellig boat tour as an optional tour
  • Derrynane Beach and Gardens, Daniel O’Connell House, Ahamore Abbey ruins, & Mass Path walk
  • Staigue Fort
  • For the more active, longer walks are built in: Bolus Head Barracks / Derrynane Mass Path loop / Bray Head loop or parts of the Kerry Way

ring of kerry-irelandunplugged itinerary

Beara Peninsula [bare-uh]

A day trip customized according to your energy levels
~ Eyries village
~ Kilcatherine + ogham stone
~ Allihies copper mines
~ Castletownbere
~ Healy Pass

or a mini day
~ Molly Gallivans, Caha Pass
~ Glengarriff
~ Healy Pass
~ Gleninchaquin Park- Uragh stone circle and river walk

beara day-irelandunplugged itinerary

Dingle Peninsula

~ Inch Beach
~ Slea Head Drive - Coumeenole beach, Clogher Head
~ Gallarus Oratory
~ Kilmalkedar Church ruins
~ Dingle town
~ Connor Pass
~ Anascaul and Camp

Dingle Peninsula-irelandunplugged itinerary

.....  and much, much more