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UnTours in County Kerry

Get Away and UnPack Once in County Kerry

Get ready to be amazed by County Kerry's breathtaking scenery. From vast green fields to rugged coastlines, mountains, lakes, and farmlands, the landscape is a visual feast. Situated near Ireland's renowned national park and at the edge of the legendary Ring of Kerry, the Ireland UnTour offers easy access to three of the region's most beautiful peninsulas. This southwest Irish gem provides a perfect slow travel experience. You’ll find striking landscapes, quiet beaches, lush gardens and cultural experiences that create a diverse and memorable trip.

​​Stay in a charming cottage either in the Irish countryside or in the colorful village of Kenmare. Inquire about the possibility of seeing the region without a rental car.

Day trip options: The Ring of Kerry, Dingle, Killarney National Park, Cork, Blarney Castle, Kinsale, Skellig Islands, Inch Beach, the Beara Peninsula and much more!

UnTours in County Kerry, Ireland

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What's Included

  • One or two weeks in a personally selected apartment in the stunning Irish countryside or quaint village of Kenmare.
  • Suggestions for booking your international flight from the U.S. to Cork, or we can connect you with our air partner who can purchase tickets on your behalf (See UnTours' air policies)
  • Detailed arrival and driving instructions for arrivals at Cork, Shannon or Dublin Airport.
  • A car rental, with unlimited mileage and basic insurance, for the duration of your UnTour. Cars with an automatic transmission are included. Enterprise does not have upper age restrictions. (Inquire about the possibility of a "car-free" option.)
  • Our own guide App for the area, and further information on-site.
  • An orientation session given by our local staff to start your trip off on the right foot.
  • A local cultural event, like a traditional Irish meal.
  • A stash of groceries upon your arrival, so you don’t need to shop right away.
  • Pre-trip planning advice from our staff, available by phone or email right up until you leave.
  • Ongoing support with our local representative. Help available when you need it.

Things to do in County Kerry

Day trips: The Ring of Kerry, Beara Peninsula, Dingle, Killarney National Park, the Skellig Islands, Killarney, Kinsale, Tralee, Blarney Castle, Cork

Sightseeing: The Ring of Kerry offers wild beauty with its endless vistas of mountain, lakes, and sea. Explore the ring road and its many offshoots or take a sunset cruise on Kenmare Bay. Or head north to charming Dingle and discover the gardens and lakes of the Dingle Peninsula, where you can find all manner of water activities. Hiking, golf, and horseback riding are easy to enjoy here. Historic Kinsale is one of many options to visit in West Cork. Additionally the waterfalls, gardens and historic houses of Killarney National Park are yours to discover.

Off-the-beaten-track attractions that can’t be beat: Enjoy dramatic coastal views without the tour buses in the beautiful wilderness of the Beara Peninsula, where you can buy today’s catch straight from the fishermen. Follow narrow rural lanes to pre-historic stone circles and imposing ring forts near the coast. Explore the Skellig Ring, with it’s picturesque ruins, local arts, and history. Hike the local mountain on well marked paths, or explore the Kerry Craft Trail and meet local potters, wood carvers, and painters in their studios. Discover hidden beaches in the wild coastline of the Dingle Peninsula, or sample a local microbrew.


Here's what our customers have to say

Charlene Bonham


Kenmare was a great choice for us to stay in Ireland, as we enjoyed having walking access to its many amenities, and close access to the Ring of Kerry and the Ring of Beara. And we met so many pleasant and courteous Irish residents in the shops and restaurants!

Clifford Baker


We had a great time visiting the Ring of Beara, the Ring of Kerry, the Dingle Peninsula, and golfing. We especially enjoyed the town of Kenmare where we shopped, went to the library for WiFi and had many great meals and heard authentic Irish music. We appreciated not being on a tour bus, but doing our own thing and getting to know the locals.

Nancy Pacha


Kenmare is a beautiful village filled with kind and helpful people, fabulous restaurants. It's a comfy place to call home. We loved the music and camaraderie at Molly Gallivan's [the UnTours event].

Vicky Johnson


I loved the Kenmare Lace. We took a class on lace making. The host was wonderful. Also the welcoming night at Molly Gallivans the food, people,and play were the best [UnTours event]. Any place we went was beautiful and new. What a lovely trip thanks to UnTours.

Betty Johnson


This was our fourth UnTour and exceeded all our expectations. Ireland is truly a beautiful place to visit with UnTours' help.

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