- State of the art coach bus
- Bike rental is included in price
- B&B's or Hotels from 3*- 5*
- Full breakfast daily at hotels except day 1
- Visits, tours and admissions
- Headsets for walking tours
- Ticket wallet & luggage tags
- 24-hour emergency helpline
- Color coded routes on local maps
During the 6 Day Adventurer Tour you will experience the best of Ireland along the southern stretches of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. You will be immersed in the best parts of the Rebel, Kingdom and Banner counties of Cork, Kerry and Clare. Throughout the tour you will see ancient sites, Norman castles and towns alive with culture, music and stories.
The Ring of Kerry
Cliffs of Moher
Killarney National Park
Wild Atlantic Way
Day 1 - The adventure tour begins in Cork city. The first stop is to the world famous Blarney Castle, here you can explore and enjoy the Castle's beautiful grounds and gardens. If you choose to you will have the opportunity to climb to the top of Blarney Castle and kiss the Blarney Stone, which is reputed to give the gift of Irish eloquence to anyone who kisses it. The tour then travels into West Cork to join the Wild Atlantic Way. Today’s activity is a cycle to the edge of the spectacular Sheep’s Head peninsula. This is a beautiful cycle with excellent views and a great way to begin your Wild Atlantic Way Adventure. On the first night the tour stays in a west Cork location.
Day 2 - On the morning of day two you will enjoy a hike in the west Cork Mountains and a visit to Glengarriff Nature Reserve. This area is kept mild year-round by the gulf stream allowing the growth of an array of plant life. In the afternoon the tour travels over scenic roads to the town of Kenmare where the tour has lunch and visits an ancient stone circle. After lunch the tour travels west along the renowned Ring of Kerry. The tour stays in a Waterville, a very pretty town on the Ring of Kerry and was once a favorite holidaying spot for Charlie Chaplin.
Day 3 - On the third day the tour travels into the Iveragh Peninsula to explore the world famous Ring of Kerry with its dazzling beaches and rugged beauty. On this drive you will pass through historic towns and villages as well as some of the most awesome scenery anywhere to be seen. The hike on day three is on the splendid Valentia Island. The tour calls to Derrynane where you will have time to explore its Gardens, Beach and the ancestral home of Daniel O'Connell. In the evening you can relax and unwind with a well-earned pint of Guinness. On the third night the tour stays in Killarney town. Killarney is wonderfully located on the edge of Killarney National Park and surrounded by the magical scenery of Killarney's lakes, ancient woodlands and mountains.
Day 4 - During day four of this adventure tour you will get a real sense of the regions boundless energy and exquisite beauty. The day begins with a cycle through the wonderful Killarney National Park and Muckross Gardens. If you keep your eyes peeled during the cycle, you may spot some of the Deer that roam the park or maybe even a White-tailed Eagle which have recently been reintroduced to Ireland. In the early evening the tour travels west from Killarney to the salty fresh-air playground of Inch Beach where you take a life affirming plunge in the Ocean. Then the tour heads further west to the jewel of Kerry, Dingle.
Day 5 - On day five you will wake in Dingle town and as the morning breaks you perhaps will witness the sun rises over the harbour. The small town of Dingle is perfect for a ramble, it has great local art and craft stores as well as excellent artisan cafes. Today's activity is a cycle along the spectacular Slea head on the Dingle peninsula. Slea head juts out westward into the Atlantic Ocean and there are awesome views around each corner. Slea heads scenery and its flora and fauna make for an excellent experience as you cycle along its coastal road. After you have experienced one of Irelands most spectacular cycles the tour has lunch in Dingle and then travels north to county Clare where the tour stays for the night.
Day 6 - On the final day of the tour there is still plenty of adventure. Firstly, the tour visits the spectacular Cliffs of Moher. The tour arrives to the creatively built interpretative Centre via a hike along the top of the mesmerising Cliffs. It is a fantastic hike with views out over the Atlantic to the Aran Islands. On the hike you will see some of the many sea bird species that the Cliffs supports. After lunch the tour visits and explores the Burren National Park. The Burren is a unique landscape made up of limestone rock pavement, Calcareous Grassland and Ash & Hazel Woodland. As you explore the Burren you can search for fossilised ancient Sea life or rare Alpine and Arctic flowers which the Burren supports. You will have the option of returning to Dublin on the final day of the tour.
Day 7 - Prepare for your journey home today.