Iveragh Peninsula Tours

Every day, all year round.

Duration: Full & half day

With views out to the Skellig Islands from its rugged Atlantic coastline, the Iveragh Peninsula has a number of mountain passes, valleys, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, beaches and a collection of man made constructions and artefacts, including abbeys, churches, castles. forts, standing stones, rock art and atmospheric abandoned structures. The eastern edge of the Iveragh Peninsula has the highest mountain range in Ireland and also includes the Killarney National Park.  The south west tip of the peninsula is home to The Kerry International Dark Sky Reserve and a great location for astro and night photography.

“Iveragh is a fabulous landscape with no end of material for photography & sightseeing!”

Iveragh Peninsula Tours

Every day, all year round.

Duration: Full & half day

With views out to the Skellig Islands from its rugged Atlantic coastline, the Iveragh Peninsula has a number of mountain passes, valleys, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, beaches and a collection of man made constructions and artefacts, including abbeys, churches, castles. forts, standing stones, rock art and atmospheric abandoned structures. The eastern edge of the Iveragh Peninsula has the highest mountain range in Ireland and also includes the Killarney National Park.  The south west tip of the peninsula is home to The Kerry International Dark Sky Reserve and a great location for astro and night photography.

“Iveragh is a fabulous landscape with no end of material for photography & sightseeing!”

  • Panoramic views of the mountains and landscape
  • Waterfalls, lakes, cascades and rivers
  • Forests, woodlands and farmland
  • Charismatic abandoned farm buildings and stone ruins
  • Sandy beaches, dramatic rocky shoreline and high sea cliffs
  • Panoramic views of the mountains and landscape
  • Waterfalls, lakes, cascades and rivers
  • Forests, woodlands and farmland
  • Charismatic abandoned farm buildings and stone ruins
  • Sandy beaches, dramatic rocky shoreline and high sea cliffs

Iveragh is famous for the “Ring of Kerry” which is a 111 mile circuit of the peninsula.  Although an absolutely fabulous road trip with stunning locations and vistas, I personally don’t find it makes for a good day out with the camera.  Over the years I’ve discovered so many other interesting places and superb locations that are to be found not far from the Ring of Kerry, by following the narrower roads and lanes that wind their way about the peninsula.  Sometimes they are dead ends, running up and into a remote valley or meandering down towards the ocean where they lead to a small cove or a sandy beach.

Iveragh is famous for the “Ring of Kerry” which is a 111 mile circuit of the peninsula.  Although an absolutely fabulous road trip with stunning locations and vistas, I personally don’t find it makes for a good day out with the camera.  Over the years I’ve discovered so many other interesting places and superb locations that are to be found not far from the Ring of Kerry, by following the narrower roads and lanes that wind their way about the peninsula.  Sometimes they are dead ends, running up and into a remote valley or meandering down towards the ocean where they lead to a small cove or a sandy beach.

  • Bring your camera, phone or absolutely any device that takes photos
  • Or simply sit back, relax and enjoy the tour
  • Ideal for any level of interest, ability and experience of photography
  • Improve your photography with any camera, device or phone
  • Bring your camera, phone or absolutely any device that takes photos
  • Or simply sit back, relax and enjoy the tour
  • Ideal for any level of interest, ability and experience of photography
  • Improve your photography with any camera, device or phone

Dingle Darkroom offer day tours around the Iveragh Peninsula, suitable for any camera, device or phone, which are carefully planned with you to get you to the locations and subjects that really interest you or your group. In my opinion it is an area that you need to take slowly as there really is so much to see. Our other photography tours on the Iveragh Peninsula include The Killarney National Park and The Ring of The Reeks, and these can be brought together as a custom photography holiday where you can take advantage of our generous group and consecutive day discount rates.

This tour has a maximum of 5 places although we may be able to accommodate slightly larger groups on request. We can either collect you from your accommodation or we can meet you at a convenient place and time.

Dingle Darkroom offer day tours around the Iveragh Peninsula, suitable for any camera, device or phone,  which are carefully planned with you to get you to the locations and subjects that really interest you or your group.  In my opinion it is an area that you need to take slowly as there really is so much to see.  Our other photography tours on the Iveragh Peninsula include The Killarney National Park and The Ring of The Reeks, and these can be brought together as a custom photography holiday where you can take advantage of our generous group and consecutive day discount rates.

This tour has a maximum of 5 places although we may be able to accommodate slightly larger groups on request. We can either collect you from your accommodation or we can meet you at a convenient place and time.

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! 

Iveragh Peninsula Tours

 

Daily, throughout the year

Duration: Full & half day

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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