Even if you are based in Dublin for your holiday it is still possible to take in the Dingle Peninsula Tour, one of Irelands most popular scenic routes, and return to Dublin the same day.
Our Daily Dingle Peninsula Day tour program departs Killarney 10:30am so connection by rail from Dublin Heuston Station is possible. The morning train from Hueston Station Dublin departs 7:00am and journeys’ though the scenic heart of Ireland passing through counties Kildare, Tipperary, Limerick and Cork before reaching Killarney at 10.14am. Upon arrival at the Killarney train station a representative from Wild Kerry Day Tours will transfer you immediately to our depot where you will board the awaiting Dingle Peninsula Day Tour coach. In the unlikely event of the train being unduly delayed contingency arrangements are in place to ensure that you are transferred to the Dingle Peninsula Daytour Coach - And This Is Guaranteed. Onwards you will go, taking in the breathtaking views and vistas of the magnificent Dingle Peninsula, sights such as the Sliabh Mish Mountain range, Inch Strand, the Blasket Islands, Gallarus Oratory and many more are to be seen.
After a fun filled day the tour terminates in Killarney approx 17:00 where you will be transferred to Killarney train station to board your return train to Dublin. Or indeed if you wish to stay and see more of Killarney’s sights you can check out our Travel Resources pages for information on Accommodation including Hostels and Things to Do & See in the area.
Fast modern trains with catering services available onboard make Rail travel in Ireland a relaxing and enjoyable way to travel. All details on timetables and fares can be obtained from the Irish Rail website Adult Seat Sale and Student Seat Sale. If your travel plans are flexible it is worth noting that Irish Rail offers significant fare reductions for off peak travel times, including early morning and save on the Irish Rail Website Seat Sale 2017.
Compare & Contrast: Before You Make Up Your Mind Open It! Consider your options before you make your decision to visit Killarney & Kerry. Every day there are 8 trains from Dublin to Killarney with journey time approx 3 hours 14 minutes. Processing your own rail tickets Direct will enable you to obtain the best fares on offer. Certainly rail/train travel is more economical, comfortable, practical and the fastest way to travel from Dublin to Killarney & Kerry. Like low cost Air travel there is now amazing value on low cost train/rail travel in Ireland including Killarney as a destination - Value that can be realised by following the suggested Reservation Procedures below. Booking your Rail and Daytour direct will enable you to save over 40% on the cost of these travel arrangements. Rail registration and rail ticket collection procedures are outlined in the Seat Sale Links and are now available 60 days in advance. Note: There is no 7.00am train on Sunday mornings ex Dublin.
Note: This tour is seasonal, running from 1 April to 31 October annually.
The above rates do NOT include a 10% discount which is only available when booking online. Those over the age of 55 years qualify as Senior. This tour authorised by the Irish Department of Transport under Road Passenger Licence Number 396 and Route Licence Number 10094. The Dingle Peninsula Tour is seasonal operating from 1 April - 31 October inclusive.
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