Activities in Country Kerry Ireland - Kerry-tour.com

On your Kerry tour you will never be far from a wealth of fun activities and adventures for the whole family. County Kerry has miles of sandy beaches, acclaimed golf courses, pitch 'n' putt, falconry, fishing and festivals.

The coastline gives lots of opportunities for outdoor activities such as dolphin and whale watching, diving, surfing, kitesurfing and pony trekking on beaches. The roads and byways are great for walking and cycling, there is no better way to see the amazing scenery on your Kerry tour.

Dingle Dolphin Boat Tours, Dingle, Co. Kerry


In 1983, Fungie, a wild bottlenose dolphin, chose to make Dingle Harbour his home. Why he stays nobody knows and is a question only Fungie himself can answer. On our one-hour boat tour, you have the opportunity to get up close and personal with the town's happiest and most famous resident. Click here to find out more...

Eagle Rock Equestrian Centre, Caherdaniel, Co. Kerry


Eagle Rock Equestrian Centre is situated in Caherdaniel on the beautiful ring of Kerry. (N70).

Eagle Rock is A.I.R.E. approved and facilitates riders of all standards. Tuition available from our qualified instructors, we provide you with horses and ponies to suit all levels whether you are starting from basics or if you want to try something more adventurous. Click here to find out more...

Walking in County Kerry


Walking in County Kerry could not be better with many country roads and byways leading to seaside coves, rural villages and towns, castles and historic sites.

Walking trails in County Kerry give access to the richly scenic countryside. These sign posted walkways will help work up an appetite allowing you to stop en route at the many pubs and restaurants along the way. Click here to find out more...

Off Shore Surf School, Inch, Co Kerry


Offshore Surf School provides Surfing Lessons, Surf Camps, Board and Wetsuit Rentals at competitive prices in Co. Kerry on the West Coast of Ireland.

Learn to surf with us and experience the thrill of a lifetime surfing the beautiful beaches of Kerry. Click here to find out more...

Cycling in County Kerry


Cycling in County Kerry could not be better with many country roads and byways leading to seaside coves, rural villages and towns, castles and historic sites. There are several places to rent bikes with daily and weekly rates available.

Cycling is one of the most enjoyable ways of exploring the beauties of Killarney. You can cycle the famous Ring of Kerry, The Dingle Way or The Beara Way. Many of the paths through Killarney National Park are bike friendly. You can cycle along the shores of the 3 breathtaking lakes in Killarney National Park. Click here to find out more...

Siamsa Tire National Folk Theatre, Tralee, Co. Kerry


Siamsa Tire celebrates Irish culture through the arts and is Home to the National Folk Theatre of Ireland.

Join us for our Festival of Folk Music, Song & Dance in 2014, running from May to September. We have performances six nights a week in May (from the 6th) and September, and seven nights a week from July to August. Click here to find out more...

Kingdom Greyhound Stadium Tralee,


The stadium races every Tuesday, friday and Sat night with first race at 7.55 and gates open at 7pm. General admission for adults is €10 and students/OAPs is €5. Click here to find out more...

Ballybunion Surf School


Ballybunion Surf School is based on Ballybunion's South beach (Men's beach) - recognised as one of north Kerry's best surf spots for the last 20 years, its picturesque location and world class surf breaks insure your trip to Ballybunion will be one you will never forget! Click here to find out more...

Killarney Falconry, Killarney, Co. Kerry


The traditional application of falconry has been to take a Bird of Prey, train it and then attempt to catch wild quarry with it. Although our guided walks with hawks experience, is not a hunting expedition, it is a leisurely stroll through the majestic settings of Killarney with falconer and hawk/or team of hawks and shows the ability of trained birds and their relationship with their human partners. Click here to find out more...