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36 things to do in Co. Kerry

Kerry’s exquisite beauty makes it one of Ireland’s most popular tourist destinations, with its gorgeous coastline, picturesque scenery and wealth of heritage sites there is something for everyone to enjoy. Plan your next trip and check out some of the best activities with Funstacker!

Home to Ireland’s largest mountain range; McGillycuddy Reeks if you enjoy hiking this is a must see activity! Its a challenging yet rewarding 1000m walk with breathtaking scenery. 

See if you can spot the dolphins while exploring Dingle, surrounded by cliffs, wildlife and amazing scenery.

Explore the local culture and history of Kerry in one of the many musuems, and make sure to get a true taste of Ireland by visiting the countries first National Park; Killarney National park. 

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If you’ve always wanted to experience Ireland, but you don’t know where to start, and how to start it, then we’ve got the perfect solution to add to your stack! Irish Experience Tours offer easy going …

Step into 1 million years of history and wonder at Crag Cave, Ireland’s most exciting show cave! At 3.82km long, Crag Cave is the longest cave in Kerry and the seventh longest cave in the Republic …

Want to try something spectacular how about horse riding at the Tralee Equestrian Centre, Run by a team of professionals with unrivalled experience in the industry, offer services ranging from Horse & Pony Riding lessons to …

Do you enjoy problem-solving and team-based activities? Then I’ve got just the thing for you! Head on down to Escape Killarney for the best brain teasing day out. They offer 2 mind puzzling-themed rooms, perfect for …

Are you wanting to get a closer look at what Irelands great outdoors has to offer? Gap Of Dunloe tours give you the opportunity to get a better look at the beauty that Ireland has in …

There’s no better way to see the beautiful Irish landscape on a hike! Killarney Mindful Hiking offers guided ascents to Carrauntoohil & private guided walks to other mountains in County Kerry and West Cork. There is …

Looking to try something new how about surfing learn how to ride the waves with Kingdom Waves, Kingdomwaves Surf School runs surf lessons and surf hire at both Inch and Banna Beach in County Kerry. Two …

Want to enjoy some outdoor activities in Ireland? At Star Outdoors you are truly spoilt for choice on fun and exciting activities whether it be watersports, obstacle courses or even cruises they have you covered. Start …

Are you looking to get stuck into some fun outdoor activities in Ireland? Irish Adventures are ready to provide you with everything you need to enjoy the great outdoors whilst also having a good time learning …

Gear up and set out for an adventure of a lifetime at Irish adventures, Do you enjoy kayaking then you will love the range of kayaking adventures on offer choose from 3 spectacular kayaking adventures, sea …

Are you looking to branch out and gain new knowledge and skills in the great outdoors? The National Centre for Outdoor Education & Training is dedicated to giving you the best outdoor courses there is. Whatever …

The Wild Atlantic Way of Ireland is a fierce frontier, with waves crashing against the cliffs of the west coast providing a spectacular sight to see. However, hiding nearby, there are also quiet corners of nature …

Looking for an adventure in Co. Kerry? how about the Cappanalea – The National Centre for Outdoor Education & Training offer students and teachers a great day out of outdoor activates great for educational purposes and …

Join in on the wonders of seaweed on a seaweed Discovery & tasting Walk along the diverse shoreline. Enjoy some seaweed nibbles along the way including the flavoursome Duilleasc, which sustained the monks on the Skellig …

It’s time to explore the scenery of Ireland in a way like no other, Wild n happy multi-day tours of Ireland are designed for small group experiences, based on a fixed itinerary and let you discover …

The Cill Rialaig Arts Centre was built in 1995 in the little Gaeltacht village of Dun Geagan, Ballinskelligs off the N70 between Waterville and Cahersiveen. The Cill Rialaig Arts Centre is located in one of the …

The Kerry Creamery Experience which is a unique attraction and the first and only creamery experience in Ireland. Only 10 minutes drive from Killarney, visitors can relive the memories and see the ingenious creamery systems that …

Valentia has the earliest evidence of human activity in Southern Ireland – 6000 BC – and many other remains of man’s occupation through the ages: Megalithic, Celtic, Monastic, Cromwellian, and Napoleonic. The Island played a special …