Multilingual Ring of Kerry Tour by Deros – The Part of The Wild Atlantic Way
The Wild Atlantic Way on Ireland’s West Coast leads You through on of the world’s most dramatic coastal landscapes in the world, a landscape on the edge of Europe that has shaped the development of its people, communities and settlements, a landscape that has inspired its own particular language, literature, art, song, and dance Here is the Map that show’s You where Deros Tours operate on the Wild Atlantic Way
Multilingual Coach Tours on the Ring of Kerry operate from May 1st to Sept 30th yearly and from Oct 1st to April 30th will operate on demand.
From Oct 1st to April 30th our regular Ring of Kerry with a commentary in English will operate.
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The Ring of Kerry Tour is an essential part of any visit to Ireland.The Tour circles The Mc Gillycuddys Reeks Mountains.The highest point
of these mountains is Carrauntoohil (1,038 m).
The tour departs at 10.30am and return at 5pm.
Our tours runs through the many passes and valleys of the reeks along the shores of Dingle and Kenmare Bay.
A stop will be made in Killorglin outside The Manor Inn,Iveragh Road at 11am.
A stop will be outside The Ring of Kerry Hotel in Caherciveen at 12.30.
There is an unspoilt nature to Ireland’s most beautiful region and you will see many unforgettable scenes to commit to memory as it passes through
the many picturesque scenery and returns by Ladies View through the National Park in Killarney.
The tour will then procees to Waterville where another stop will be made at 13 hrs at Charlie Chaplin Statue.
The next stop after lunch is Sneem which is a very picturesque village at Steve Crusher Statue at 15.45.
The tour returns to Killarney with views of superb Molls Gap and Lakes of Killarney.
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