Hidden Peninsula Tour

Every day, all year round.

Duration: 4½ or 9 hours

The Hidden peninsula tour uncovers locations and hidden gems, that can be found further away from the more established tourist routes, and travels through many different types of scenery and landscape, as well as passing by a variety of interesting antiquities on The Dingle Peninsula. All you need to capture your own stunning images is a camera of your choice, as expert advice on how to capture the perfect pictures is always on hand. Alternatively, you’re also welcome to just sit back, relax and enjoy the tour, experiencing all the wonderful sights and amazing locations we visit during this tour.

“The full tour runs from March – October, and shorter half-length tours are available all year long, just perfect for exploring the other side of The Dingle Peninsula!”

Hidden Peninsula Tour

Every day, all year round.

Duration: 4½ or 9 hours

The Hidden peninsula tour uncovers locations and hidden gems, that can be found further away from the more established tourist routes, and travels through many different types of scenery and landscape, as well as passing by a variety of interesting antiquities on The Dingle Peninsula. All you need to capture your own stunning images is a camera of your choice, as expert advice on how to capture the perfect pictures is always on hand. Alternatively, you’re also welcome to just sit back, relax and enjoy the tour, experiencing all the wonderful sights and amazing locations we visit during this tour.

“The full tour runs from March – October, and shorter half-length tours are available all year long, just perfect for exploring the other side of The Dingle Peninsula!”

  • Glacial valleys, lakes & waterfalls
  • Woodland, forests, peat bog and farmland
  • Ancient churches, castles, standing stones
  • Atmospheric abandoned buildings and ruins
  • Glacial valleys, lakes & waterfalls
  • Woodland, forests, peat bog and farmland
  • Ancient churches, castles, standing stones
  • Atmospheric abandoned buildings and ruins

We leave Dingle climbing nearly 1500ft or 500M to the Conor Pass, the highest hill pass in Ireland, where we stop and look south to take in outstanding views of Dingle, Doonshean, Kinard, Ventry, The Blasket Islands and The Iveragh Peninsula. Looking north we see The Owenmore Valley spread below us with its elaborate system of rivers and lakes, The Brandon Mountain range, Cloghane, Brandon, The Maharees, North Kerry and even further beyond to County Clare.

We leave Dingle climbing nearly 1500ft or 500M to the Conor Pass, the highest hill pass in Ireland, where we stop and look south to take in outstanding views of Dingle, Doonshean, Kinard, Ventry, The Blasket Islands and The Iveragh Peninsula. Looking north we see The Owenmore Valley spread below us with its elaborate system of rivers and lakes, The Brandon Mountain range, Cloghane, Brandon, The Maharees, North Kerry and even further beyond to County Clare.

  • Endless sandy beaches and dramatic coastline
  • Narrow mountain passes offer breath taking views
  • Expert instruction always on hand so you can improve your photography as we tour
  • Perfect for any level of fitness and photography experience
  • Endless sandy beaches and dramatic coastline
  • Narrow mountain passes offer breath taking views
  • Expert instruction always on hand so you can improve your photography as we tour
  • Perfect for any level of fitness and photography experience

Travelling smaller lanes and backroads we visit many amazing places on the northern side of the Dingle Peninsula before taking a steep and narrow mountain pass from Camp, which passes below Caherconree Promontory Fort. After taking in panoramic views, we cross back over to the south side of the Dingle Peninsula and continue towards Inch Strand. As we continue to twist and wind along the backroads and small lanes as much as possible, we stop at even more fantastic locations during our journey back to Dingle.

Travelling smaller lanes and backroads we visit many amazing places on the northern side of the Dingle Peninsula before taking a steep and narrow mountain pass from Camp, which passes below Caherconree Promontory Fort. After taking in panoramic views, we cross back over to the south side of the Dingle Peninsula and continue towards Inch Strand. As we continue to twist and wind along the backroads and small lanes as much as possible, we stop at even more fantastic locations during our journey back to Dingle.

This tour is specially designed for individuals and small groups and you are more than welcome to suggest your very own itinerary for any locations you really wish to visit.  We can accommodate groups of up to 5 on this tour, and all walking is along gentle paths near to the minibus or level ground, unless of course, you want to be more adventurous! 

Hidden Peninsula Tour

 

Daily, throughout the year

Duration: 4½ or 9 hours

4½ Hours €75 per person

9 hours €125 per person

Group & party rates available

Telephone Bookings:

083 830 1788

Booking & further information.

 

Bookings:

083 830 1788

+353 83 830 1788

info@dingledarkroom.com

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