The Kerry Way is more than just a great hiking trail – there’s lots of other fun stuff to do as well!
Killarney/Lough Acoose: At 1039m, Carrantuohill in the McGillycuddy Reeks is Ireland's highest mountain. Weather permitting, a local guide will take you all the way to the top!
Cahirciveen/Waterville: In the 7th Century AD, catholic monks fled to the Skellig Islands, to escape persecution. Today, you can visit the remnants of their remarkable community. Please note that we do not book tickets for the Skellig Island tours.
Kenmare: Straddling both the Beara Peninsula and the Ring of Kerry, Kenmare is a bustling little town with award-winning hotels, restaurants and gallery's selling local crafts and artwork.
Choose WHERE you wish to stay.
Decide HOW MANY NIGHTS you need.
Go to the BOOKING FORM and fill in the 'Additional Nights Required' section
The cost of an extra night on all our Kerry Way hiking tours is €45 per person per night or €55 for single hikers who will have their own private room.
* Accommodation in Dublin City Centre is €80 per person per night or €120 for a single person.
* Accommodation in Cork is €55 per person per night or €70 for a single person.
1 Please note that if you book an extra night in a location that is not listed on your tour itinerary, you will need to bring your bags with you to this location.