Kerry Convention Bureau

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  • Rest, Recharge & Revitalise
    in one of our 6 World Class Spas
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  • Tee off with a view every time at
    Killarney’s Championship Golf Course
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  • Team Building Experiences with a
    Traditional Irish Flavour
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  • Discover a truly
    awe inspiring Destination
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  • Your Playground for
    Adventure
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  • Hiking For those of you who prefer the challenging terrain, Kerry is home to Ireland's highest peaks along with many coastal cliffs and off the beaten track trails. Spectacular hiking caters for all hiking capabilities.
  • Adventure Treasure Hunt If you think you have the skills and inner compass, then you should battle for the top spot in this Adventure Treasure Hunt with your teammates. This is a fun activity and works extremely well for team building objectives. A SmartPhone element could also be incorporated into the Treasure Hunt.
  • Guided Walks Enjoy a variety of spectacular guided walks around Kerry with a local guide who will regale you with stories of the area. Killarney & Kerry are legendary for some of the most scenic walking routes in Ireland. All walking abilities can be catered for.
  • Fly-Fishing Relax with some home water fishing in the Kerry lakes and rivers for salmon and trout.
  • Boat Trips Your trip to Killarney would not be complete without a boat tour of the lakes where you can see Ross Castle, Inisfallen Island, the Gap of Dunloe and Dinis Cottage in Muckross. Along the Ring of Kerry there are boat trips available to the striking Valentia Island, the Skelligs, Kenmare
  • Golf Experience Kerry is golf rich with a great variety of Parkland courses scattered throughout the region for your golfing pleasure. Play Killarney Golf & Fishing Club, home of the Irish Open 2010 & 2011 and where legendary golfers such as Rory McIlroy, Graeme McDowell, Ross Fisher and Darren Clarke continue to
  • Waterfall & Nature Trail Experience the magic homed deep within Killarney National Park as you have the opportunity to walk Ireland's highest mountain, take in the three lakes and gaze upon the stunning Torc Waterfall. The National Park encompasses numerous historical and heritage sites such as Muckross House & Gardens, Muckross Abbey and Ross
  • Horse Riding One of the most incredible ways to see Killarney National Park and the various beach trails around Killarney and Kerry is by horseback. A packed lunch can be organised for your group on the beach as you watch the waves crashing on the shore. All riding abilities can be catered for.
  • Guided Cycle Tours Kerry has some of the most scenic and adventurous cycling routes within Ireland. The most popular being the Ring of Kerry route which is 179km and includes all the major towns in the Kerry region. Tours of Killarney National Park are favourites by many adventure enthusiasts.
  • Gap of Dunloe & Killarney Lakes Experience You can begin this experience with a boat trip from Ross Castle which will take you to the top of the Gap. From here you will travel the 10km route by the traditional jaunting car, bike or on foot while taking in the scenery of the McGillycuddy Reeks, Purple Mountain
  • High Ropes Adventure This 27 element ariel assault course is the perfect activity for the adrenaline junky. The course spans an impressive 500 metres and includes see-saws, zip lines, cargo nets and more fun obstacles.
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