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Eco Tours





Blasket Islands Eco Tour:


Enjoy a fascinating 3 hour guided tour of the Blasket islands aboard our two new 70 passenger Eco Tour Boats.


Soak in the magnificent scenery of Inisvickilaun (look out for the herd of Red deer), Inisnabro (Cathedral rocks) and the Great Blasket Island.


Cruise among the seals, puffins, gannets and other seabirds of the outer islands while keeping watch for whales, dolphins and porpoises.




Per Adult:          € 40

Per ChildU12:   € 25



Blasket Islands Eco Tour(from Dún Chaoin):


Leaving from the traditional departure point of Dún Chaoin (Dunquin), 15km west of Dingle.


The Eco Marine Adventure Tour is a 2.5 hour guided boat tour around the Blasket Islands Archipelago.


The Eco Tour takes you to previously unexplored landscapes and seascapes, visiting places such as Cathedral Rocks and seeing a host of wildlife such as seals, dolphins, sharks, whales, sunfish, puffins, terns, cormorants, shags, guillemots, gulls, choughs etc.


The tours depart at 12.00 and 15.00hrs sharp




Per Adult:          € 30

Per ChildU12:   € 15



Ballydavid Eco Tour:


Dingle Eco TourJoin Eco Tours for a tour of the coast and experience the sights of rich flora and fauna.

From the stunning coastline views to the thrill of catching sight of West Kerry’s residential and migrant species: dolphins, whales, puffins, seals, sunfish and even the rare leatherback turtles this magical trip is an experience for families, birdwatchers, photographers and nature enthusiasts alike.


The tours depart from Ballydavid Pier.




Per Adult:          €

Per ChildU12:   €



Eco-Nature Wildlife Safari:


Kenmare Bay has probably the richest marine habitat in all of western Europe. This can be seen by the diversity in animal and plant life to be found here. On our trip we will regularly see a variety of birds, seals, dolphins and lots of foliage. The highlight of all tours is a close up of the grey seal colony which has its home on the rocks in the middle of Kenmare Bay. In season we can actually see mothers nursing their young and enjoying the sun. Sudden movements will disturb them so we need to be very still to enjoy the close encounter. There are upwards of two to three hundred seals in the whole of the Kenmare Bay.


We will also pass by several uninhabited Islands along the way and we can see wild goats and horses on some of these as well as lots of bird life. Dinish Island was once a home to a monastery where the ruins of a church are on the eastern side of the Island. The monks set traps between the island and the mainland to catch fish. They also had cattle and sheep on the island. In the background the majestic McGillycuddy Reeks mountains can be seen to the north including Irelands highest mountain Carrauntoohil. We will also see some castles along the way, again on the north coastline. Your guide will tell you about the rock formations, the ice age and other history of the area. Join us for this informative experience and you will want to come back for the scenery, fun and entertainment!




Per Adult:          €

Per ChildU12:   €