Join Us On our Next Guided Walk on 10th October
Walk from Killarney to Kenmare on a Guided Walk
- Walk the Kerry Camino
- Ring of Kerry, Food & Scenic Tour
- North Kerry, Food & Scenic Tour
- Dingle Peninsula, Food & Scenic Tour
- Killarney Town Walking Tour
- Tralee Victorian Walking Tour
- Build Your Own Tour
We start off climbing Torc Waterfall and into Killarney National Park.
Enjoy Amazing Scenery.
Finish the Walk In Kenmare and enjoy Dinner in Davitts Pub Restaurant .
Relax in your 4 Star Hotel in Killarney and enjoy a well deserved drink in front of the fire and reminisce about the day.
All inclusive price at €210 per person sharing or €265.00 for single occupancy
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WHAT CLIENTS SAY?
"Top of my list."
The Morriston Orpheus is one of the most widely travelled of the major Welsh Male Choirs. It has been to Ireland on a number of occasions but Tralee and County Kerry was a new experience for us.
What good fortune in being introduced to Grace O’Donnell at the early stages of our planning. From our first meeting it was obvious that Grace was going to be an asset in all aspects of our visit. I don’t think she had worked with a Male Voice Choir before but that didn’t matter. Her local knowledge and a vast array of local contacts coupled with an approach which gave me every confidence that whatever challenge came her way it would be handled, made the whole experience both memorable and enjoyable.
Sorting out accommodation, transport, a concert venue and an associated programme to keep a large group occupied for a four day stay was always going to be a challenge. With Grace at hand however it was handled with little or no issues.
The result was an outstanding concert, first class food and accommodation and a daytime programme which satisfied the variety of individuals we had in our party. The very positive feedback from all who travelled confirmed it as one of the Choir’s most satisfying of trips.
The pressure is already on to return to see more of the delights of the Kingdom of Kerry and when the time is right a call to get Grace O’Donnell ‘on the case’ will be top of my list.