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Dingle Guided Walks

Dingle, Ireland
+353 87 222 2248
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Excellent Service Well Worth Using

I don't normally use guides when I go walking. I like to think I prefer to take a chance on what I... read more

Reviewed 16 February 2016
Donsafe
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Canterbury, United Kingdom
Best way to truly see Dingle!

I just recently returned from a trip to Ireland and I wish I had more time to spend in Dingle. I... read more

Reviewed 1 November 2015
Mallory F
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Lakewood, Ohio
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Guided Walks on the Dingle Peninsula. Ancient Pilgrim Route - The Saints' Road, Brandon Mountain, Slea Head, Conor Pass, The Dingle Way, Mount Eagle, Lough Adoon and many more. Visit archeological Sites and enjoy the breathtaking scenery. Colm Bambury experienced local guide. Driving Tours also available.
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16 Feb 2016
“Excellent Service Well Worth Using”
1 Nov 2015
“Best way to truly see Dingle!”
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Dingle, Ireland
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+353 87 222 2248
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Reviewed 16 February 2016

I don't normally use guides when I go walking. I like to think I prefer to take a chance on what I will find. However I have recently discovered the flaw in that argument. My family and I have been visiting Dingle at least once...More

1  Thank Donsafe
Reviewed 1 November 2015

I just recently returned from a trip to Ireland and I wish I had more time to spend in Dingle. I was lucky enough to have gone on a tour with Colm and he was absolutely the best! A wealth of information, an intense love...More

Thank Mallory F
Reviewed 31 October 2015

A walk with Colm is to be highly recommended; having discussed plans and abilities we set out on a jaunt around the beautiful Dingle countryside that required boots and invited a camera. It was neither too long or too strenuous. Colm is remarkably knowledgeable of...More

Thank Timothy R
Reviewed 31 October 2015

I have been drawn repeatedly to the Dingle Peninsula for many years as I cannot get enough of the rugged, remote beauty of its cliffy coast with hidden beaches, its rolling hills and especially the antiquity of the place with its many ancient artifacts created...More

Thank FIDO_MOM
Reviewed 13 October 2015

My wife and I spent 3 nights in Dingle in late September 2015 and contacted Colm before our trip as we wanted to really experience the DIngle Peninsula on foot. Colm was great to communicate with, and we met him for a pint (or 5)...More

1  Thank Chris A
Reviewed 11 July 2015

The walk with Colm was perfect! He was informative without being overly "talky" and he was very funny. His knowledge of the area and the hidden gems along our way was very impressive. The pace was good and Colm always made sure we were comfortable....More

Thank A N
Reviewed 25 February 2015

Dingle is a great place to walk around, from the town, to the shoreline with views of the dolphin, to the Dingle way, to the many other walks advertised on tourist placards and in the tourist office, give it a go, I have, you'll love...More

Thank Theycallitmadness
Reviewed 3 November 2014

This was our first guided tour - and initially the children were rather reluctant. It turned out to be one of the hightlights of our holidays. Colm took us along part of the Pilgrim Route and we learned so much about the Dingle Peninsula and...More

1  Thank Barbara K
Reviewed 30 October 2014

Hands down, the guided walk up Mount Eagle with Colm was the highlight of our trip (group of six thirty and forty somethings)! One member of our group had been corresponding with Colm for several months leading up to our trip. He tailored our hike...More

2  Thank Alexandra S
Reviewed 9 October 2014

This is a day's hike guided by Kevin O'Shea, featuring stories of Finn McCool, the Skelligs, the Vikings, the Norman, the Blasket Islands and more. Kevin began speaking about FInn McCool on the very site of the Battle of Ventry and progressed to explain mythological...More

1  Thank Patricia L
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Maureen M
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Response from Patricia L | Reviewed this property |
Prices are negotiable, depending on how much time you want to spend (1/2 day or full day), and the number of people your group. Tours are customized to meet your needs and pocketbook.
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