Another St. Patrick’s Day has come and gone, but Go Visit Ireland continues the celebrations with special travel deals on guided walking tours to Ireland. This travel deal offers travelers the chance to experience Go Visit Ireland’s “Hidden Kerry” Ireland tours without paying a single supplement. 


This Ireland tour takes travelers on an up close and personal exploration of Southwest Ireland in County Kerry to experience some of the best coastal scenery and National Park walks in Ireland. Travelers will walk four legs of the famous Kerry Way walking trail, journeying on old coach and “butter roads”, which take them from the Atlantic Ocean on the shore of Dingle Bay, through the wild valleys of Mid Kerry and along to Killarney National Park. 


Some highlights of this Ireland tour include exploration of Glenbeigh, a picturesque and vibrant village by the Atlantic ocean, a trip to award-winning Rossbeigh Beach, an authentic exploration of the town of Killarney, known for its famous national park and traditional music, absorbing the sights and sounds of Killarney National Park, and a boat trip on the Lakes of Killarney. Other highlights include an optional visit to 19th century Muckross House and Gardens, a spectacular coastal walk that overlooks Dingle Bay, an optional boat trip to the ancient Skellig Islands, traditional Irish music, dance, and food, and much more.


No single supplements for tours on May, June, and September departures. Departure dates are available April-October. Prices start at: $925. For more information, visit . Go Visit Ireland specializes in unforgettable walking, cycling, and cultural tours throughout Ireland. With more than 17 years of experience in creating “off the beaten path” Ireland tours, they are true experts in creating authentic Ireland travel experiences.


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Ellen Barone has been creating words and images for travel and tourism since 1998. She co-founded and publishes the group travel blog and is currently at work on her first book "I Could Live Here".