Why choose us?
Your Local Driver Guide
Spend quality time in the entertaining company of home grown South Kerry local Muiris Walsh who can introduce you to the Skellig Coast and its people in a way that only a local can.
Skellig Coast Driver Guided Tours all year round
Our Driver Guided tours are available all year round and can tour in all kinds of typical Irish weather. You will be driven in comfort removing the stress of driving these narrow, twisting and unfamiliar Irish country roads.
Tour in Small Groups for great value
Our Driver Guided tours are designed for small & intimate mixed groups of 2 to 8 people. Tour prices start from €30 per person. You can also book a tour exclusively for a family or your own group by contacting Muiris on +353 87 992 1284.
Full & Half Day Tours
Full day driver guided tour of the Skellig Coast available to visitors based in Killarney. Half day tours last 3 to 4 hours and are ideal for visitors based in Portmagee, Valentia, Caherciveen, Ballinskelligs and Waterville.
This is a fantastic opportunity to experience the best sites on the Skellig Ring along South Kerry’s Wild Atlantic Way in the entertaining company of local Driver Guide Muiris Walsh.
Pick up points include: Full day tour from Killarney – Discover Ireland Centre, Beech Road, Killarney
Half day tours depart locally – Portmagee – The Moorings, Valentia – The Royal Hotel, Waterville – The Waterville Lodge, Ballinskelligs – Tig Rosies, Caherciveen – The Barracks.
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