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The busy Summer 2019 season is well and truly here with the beautiful hedgerows full of colour and the red fuschia and orange montbretia, the foxglove, the daisies and the yellow buttercups in full bloom. The rural bohereens are a riot of colour and make quite a sight to see as we are driving along the roads admiring the scenery on our tours.

Trips to Skellig Michael are busy with local boatmen ferrying everyone from Star Wars enthuasists, bird watchers, adverturers, different religious orders including monks and priests who celebrate Mass and prayer on Skellig Michael and those who want to visit this most unique UNESCO World Heritage site for a once in a lifetime experience.

On the Dingle Peninsula, Aedán still has some baby lambs which love to be held and it a great opportunity to see the real original Clocháns or Beehive Huts on his farm which are associated with the monastic site on Skellig Michael where the Monks lived and a continuation of the pilgrimage route, Cósain na Naomh, the Way of the Saint. You can also see the stone cottages with interconnecting rooms built around the 8th Century and in as good condition today despite the harsh weather conditions endured over the many centuries on this particular side of Slea Head on the Dingle Peninsula.

Killarney has just celebrated the 4th of July with much celebration, a parade with marching bands and fireworks to send a collective Céad Mile Fáilte to our most welcome visitors from the USA. The annual Killarney Races will got underway on July 15th – 19th with Ladies Day on July 18th – a great competitive stylist event with great prizes. The August Festival will be from August 21st – 24th and will coincide with the great festival The Rose of Tralee celebrating its 60th year and is one of Ireland’s oldest festivals located in the heart of The Kingdom of Kerry.

Walk With Me have a 100% satisfaction rating for our Reviews on Tripadvisor which Ray & Mary are very proud of and which is achieved by continually giving great tours with the personal touch and going that extra mile.

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