Multilingual Ring of Kerry Tour by Deros – The Part of The Wild Atlantic Way

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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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Top Rated and Award  Winning Deros  Tours of Killarney and FIRST Multilingual
Touring Company in Kerry to offer the most amazing Ring of Kerry Tour in
English-French-Chinese Spanish and German.
FREE WIFI ON BOARD: Keep in contact with your friends and family while touring the wonderful and magical Ring of Kerry. An essential part of any visit to Ireland, the tour circles the magnificent MacGillycuddy’s Reeks mountain range (Irish: Na Cruacha Dubha, meaning “the black stacks”). Extending to just over 19 km (12 miles), it includes the highest peaks in Ireland and the only peaks on the island that are over 1,000 metres (3,300 ft). The highest of these is Corrán Tuathail or Carrauntoohil (1,038 m), followed by Binn Chaorach (1,010 m) and Cathair na Féinne (1,001 m). The range also includes many other peaks of over 2,000 feet. The mountains are comprised of glacial-carved sandstone and are on the Iveragh Peninsula near the Lakes of Killarney. The name of the range dates from the 18th century and is derived from the family or clan name Mac Giolla Mochuda (anglicised to MacGillycuddy) who are a sept or division of the O’Sullivan’s. The word reekis a Hiberno-English version of the English word rick, meaning a stack. The Deros tour runs through the many passes and valleys of the reeks along the shores of Dingle and Kenmare Bays. After a stop at the famous Bog Village, during high season (ends October 3rd for 2012) and weather permitting we include a stop at Kells Sheep Dog Trial which is one of the real highlights of the Ring – unfortunately this visit depends on weather and availability and is not included on every tour. Prior to October 4th when the Sheep Dog Trial ends for the season, please check in the Office before departure if the stop is available on the day you travel. There is an unspoilt nature to Ireland’s most beautiful region and the Ring of Kerry provides many unforgettable scenes to commit to memory as it passes through the many picturesque villages such as Glenbeigh, Waterville and Sneem, and returns via Ladies View, the famous Lakes of Killarney and through the Oakwoods of Killarney’s magnificent National Park. All Ring of Kerry coach tours leave the Deros office on Main Street in Killarney at 10.30 every day during the season and return at approximately 17.00. Please check our Rates Page for Reservations and Pricing. Advance booking is strongly recommended during the summer months.

The first optional stop is Kerry Bog and Famine Village which is also a break for morning coffee and toilet stop for 20 minutes approx.

Between the Bog Village and the Sheep Dog Show we stop for a photo overlooking Dingle Bay for 10 minutes.

Next stop is the most unusual show on the Ring of Kerry – Sheep Dog Show which has been voted the number 1 show in Ireland.
Brendan and his sheep dogs are absolutely fantastic – .This is an optional show and admission is E 5 pp which is paid directly.
The Sheep Dog Show is seasonal.The stop here is for 40 minutes approx.

Another stop for 10/20 minutes will be made in Waterville.

Lunch stop generally but will vary will be at The Scarriff Inn outside Waterville.

Before lunch there is another photo shop at Coomakista Pass which has a spectacular view of the Ocean.This stop is normally 10 minutes

The next stop after lunch is Sneem which is a very picturesque village for 20 minutes approx..

The tour returns to Killarney through the National Park with superb views of Molls Gap,Ladies View and Lakes of Killarney.

There is another photo stop at Ladies View or Lakes of Killarney for 10 minutes approx.

The Tour returns to Killarney at 5pm approx. and will be back for the Train/Bu departing 5.30pm or afterwards.

We have been awarded The TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.

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.