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Lamb Feeding & Sheep Farm Experience
AUTHENTIC SHEEP FARM EXPERIENCE -RING OF KERRY #SupportsIrishFarmers 300+ five star reviews. Highly rated tours IG//FB @HiddenHillsWaterville •••••••••••••••••••••• Just like human babies, lambs need regular feeds of milk but not all lambs are looked after by their mothers. In this experience, you’ll be; 1. Hands-on bottle-feeding adorable newborn lambs (and getting cuddles!) 2. Up close and personal with the older sheep, learning about them too! This tour is on a real working farm. It offers an informational, yet informal fun and cute experience. Farmer Sinead aims to answer every question and provide you with an authentic insight into Ireland. You'll witness first-hand how much love and care Irish animals get. This is a wholesome experience, suitable for ALL ages and abilities. The farm is located in one of the most scenic areas of co. Kerry, 10 minutes’ drive from Waterville. Just under an hour from Killarney. BOOK NOW!!! OTHER STUFF: ▪ 1-hour experience - 1 pm daily. ▪ Bathroom/hand washing facility on site. ▪ Spaces are limited to ten places each day. Early booking is advisable. ▪There are 3 friendly dogs on the farm. Your own dogs are sadly not welcome. ▪Please note, for medical reasons, this tour is unsuitable for women who are pregnant.
Scenic Pony Trekking
We offer a unique opportunity to discover some of the most breathtaking scenery in Ireland on horseback. Our spectacular mountain rides have provided riders with some amazing experiences over the years. All our rides are accompanied by me personally. I will guide you and your horse safely along the dazzling mountain scenery and through wide open countryside. With the Boggeragh Mountains as a backdrop, the Blackwater at your feet and the picturesque Horse Capital town of Millstreet only 2 miles away, it is a great experience. From half hour to 3 hours. Other times can be arranged just message us. Our native irish ponies and horses are all very well behaved and well schooled. Some experience is better. Other things to note Some experience with horses is helpful but not essential.
Alpaca Trekking Through A Magical Forest
Alpacas take to trekking quite easily. They walk in a line, one behind the other on a head collar and lead rope. Our guided treks start at the alpacas' barn and ascend into the forest. Each trek lasts about 1.5 hours. The walk itself is at a very leisurely pace, and is not at all strenuous. PLEASE NOTE: MINIMUM AGE 12 YEARS, no baby carriers (and all guests must speak English). When you arrive on site, the alpacas will be grazing, and we will call them in using their yellow food bucket! Simon and I will introduce you to the alpacas whist getting them ready with head collars and leads. We will have a brief health & safety chat, as well as give you some idea of what to expect and some pointers so you can interact with your alpaca. We will also introduce you to all of their individual quirks and personalities. Alpacas are not able to carry packs or people, so they will accompany us as we walk the forest trail. We try not to let them stop to nibble grass for long periods. Half-way around the walk, we release the alpacas in an enclosed area, so we can feed them treats, and you can get very close and intimate with them. They will love you when we give you the apples and carrots to feed them. There will be plenty of photo opportunities throughout your visit. When we return to the farm, we will finish with a fibre and spinning demonstration.
Guided walk Carrauntoohil
Carrauntoohil is Ireland's highest mountain, with 1,038 metres of height (3,405 feet). It's a strenuous walk ideal for a person with a good fitness level, hill walking experience & hiking boots. ITINERARY: Distance of 13 km. Total ascent 950 metres. Duration 6+ hours. I will meet with my hiking group at 10:00 at Lisleibane - Carrauntoohil Trail Head & Car Park. Carrauntoohil Coffee Hut at the car park for packed lunch or coffee. After checking gear and supplies we will hit the trail with an easy pace. On our way, perhaps we meet sheep, we watch the birds soar, we smell the gorse flower as we walk into Hag’s Glen for one hour before our first rest at the base of the Hag’s Tooth. We then prepare for the summit and the actual climb, with short scrambles and steep climb we will head via O’Shea's Gully. Setting off, as we rise higher and higher we are greeted with better and better views, we experience more pleasure than pain. When we finally arrive at the summit we are awestruck by the views, the best in Ireland in a clear day. We can see the entire County of Kerry, the Black Valley, Dingle Peninsula, West Cork, even the Atlantic Ocean. Priceless!! With our well deserved rest, refreshed and elated it's time to descend taking our time and being extra careful we work our way down via Devil’s Ladder, or Zig-Zag path; or Heaven's Gate depending on weather conditions and safety.
Guided hike Mount Brandon
Brandon summit at 952m (3,123 ft) is a moderate-strenuous hill walk suitable for hikers with some experience. I will meet with my hiking group at Dingle Tourist Information Centre, The Quay, Dingle, County Kerry, V92 HHTO at 10:00 am. After I have made sure they have the right footwear and warm-comfortable clothing, I will discuss our day with them. From here we have to drive 10 more minutes to the start point at Ballybrack west side of Brandon Mountain. We will start our walk at a leisurely pace and I will make sure that everybody is comfortable and happy. We will stop at regular intervals for people to enjoy the scenery, to take pictures, and have some food & drink. ITINERARY: - Distance of 13 km - Total climbing 1,000 metres - Duration 6 hours The quickest and easiest route takes two hours to reach the summit via the medieval pilgrim path, The Saint's route. The main feature of the walk will be a section of the ridge near the summit, "one of the finest ridge walks in Ireland". We will walk north of the summit for half an hour to a spot with great view over the chain of paternoster lakes and Faha Ridge. After returning to the summit for lunch break we will go down south via the ridge to Brandon Peak, from here, walking contouring around the Feohanagh River valley at a height of 600 metres to meet the pilgrim straight grassy path again and return to the car park.
A magical Alpaca Walk alongside the coast of the Celtic Sea
You lead an alpaca on a guided walk on a scenic coastal route all the way to the sea. At the beginning Benjamin will give you some detailed information about alpacas and their habits and characters and an overall introduction into handling and leading them. Then, guided by Benjamin, you lead an alpaca on a scenic coastal tour down to the sea and back. The tour takes 2 hours and usually includes a little break at a small beach. There will be plenty of chance to take beautiful pictures all the way. You can also meet and possibly pet, sheep, lambs, horses and turkeys as you will walk through the fields and enjoy the views overlooking the Atlantic Ocean with the Rabbit Islands, High Island, Low Islands and the Cliffs all the way to Galley Head in sight.
Guided hike Beenkeragh-Carrauntoohil
Beenkeragh is the second-highest peak in Ireland at 1,008 metres (3,300 ft). This strenuous walk is ideal for a person with a good fitness level. I will meet with my hiking group at 10:00 at Lisleibane - Carrauntoohil Trail Head & Car Park. Carrauntoohil Coffee Hut at the car park for packed lunch or coffee. After checking gear, we will start out our walk. Itinerary: Distance of 14 km. Total climbing 1000 metres. Duration 7 hours. On our approach to the mountain we walk into Hag’s Glen for one hour before our first rest, with some scrambling we reach the base of the Hag’s Tooth at 500 metres high. We then prepare for the summit and the actual climb, with short scrambles and steep climb we will head up via the corrie between Knockbrinnea and Hag’s Tooth Ridge. From the top we can see the finest views of Beenkeragh Ridge which join to Carrauntoohil within a distance of 1,000 metres, and the beautiful Iveragh Peninsula. After lunch break at the summit, If the weather is very good (good visibility, no wind, rain, cold) on the way down the route would be via Beenkeragh Ridge and Carrauntoohil. Option: In poor weather conditions descent to Lisleibane via the northern slopes of Knockbrinnea with amazing views toward Dingle Peninsula and The Atlantic Ocean all the way down.
Alpaca Trekking - The Wild Atlantic Alpaca Walk
Come on for an amazing scenic walk with alpacas alongside the stunning coast in West Cork, Ireland, overlooking the wild atlantic ocean from Galey Head to Toe Head with Rabbit Island and the High-and Low Islands in sight. You start your experience at Ardra House near Unionhall where the alpacas are already waiting for you. During the introduction you get to meet and pet the alpacas and lern about their origin, social behaviour and handling. Then you go on a stroll through the fields with the alpacas and enjoy the beautiful seaside views with great opportunities for scenic photos with the lovely cute animals. You will also meet the other animals there, like goats, sheep, turkeys and the horses. At the end you can feed the alpacas if you like and finally have a look at their gorgeous fibre, how it is processed and some products we create out of it.
Valentia Harbour Boat Tour
Explore the Wild Atlantic Way up close and in person with an amazing trip onboard a custom built sea safari wheelchair accessible boat. You will get to meet the local seals and see where Vikings roamed uninhabited Islands many years ago. The Captain Brendan and crew will guide you through the history of Valentia Harbour, the Lighthouse and the pirates who once made Valentia Harbour their home through stories, myths and folklore known to this beautiful area. Please Note: Only the boat is wheelchair accessible. If you’re visiting during May to September please be ready for all four seasons in one day. We recommend that you bring sunscreen, a bottle of water and a hat.
Killarney Lakes Guided Kayaking Tour
Kayak Across Ireland's Famous Lakes Of Killarney, Exploring Hidden Inlets & Islands Spend a relaxing morning or afternoon exploring the deep sparkling Lakes of Killarney by kayak, with an expert guide. Beginning at 15th century Ross Castle, paddle into Lough Lein, discovering wooded islands, limestone caves and local history. With an experienced qualified guide learn the skills to master your kayak and keep a look out for white tailed sea eagles as they soar above Killarney National Park. Land at the ancient ruins of Innisfallen Abbey; once a leper colony, now home only to native red deer. No Previous Kayaking Experience Is Needed
Alpacas experience in a lovely farm
You'll jump right into the field, meeting our lovely alpacas and horses. You will know everything about them, about their life and habits. I attended several Alpacas Classes where I get my advanced certificates with the British Alpacas Association and the Alpaca Association of Ireland. You'll have the chance to meet 2 Alpacas Breeds! Huacaya and Suri. It's not easy to see Suri as they are very rare in Ireland!! You can meet them only at our farm nearby Loop Head and Kilkee! You'll feed them directly, and grab one of them, if you feel ready to. You'll have the opportunity to cuddle them, check them and train them too! This experience is completely tailored on you! You'll have the opportunity to meet and greet the chickens, and maybe you'll be lucky enough to pet them too! We'll be back at home, and I'll show you a spinning wheel, that I use with the alpaca wool. You can even have a try :) !! Other things to note We'll see and work with animals. Animals can be unpredictable sometimes, they can run, jump, or even spit. They can kick too. Normally it doesn't happen, but you must know that it's possible. We'll work mostly outside
Sheep Herding Demonstration - Farm Experience
Top-rated outdoor tour in County Kerry/on the Ring of Kerry! #SupportsIrishFarmers ☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘ Private message host for bookings/private tours OR use the “REQUEST AVAILABILITY” feature to get a tour at a time that suits you. WE ARE FLEXIBLE. ☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘☘ This is not your standard tour - it is a fully interactive, hands-on, REAL and unforgettable experience. You'll see Irish farming shown exactly as it is...highs, lows, and everything in-between! You'll be outdoors viewing Rose (an expert sheepdog) in action. She is trained to herd up a flock of wild mountain sheep. Once she is finished, you get up close and personal to the sheep. You can feel their strength and size. Throughout the tour, lifelong farmers Sinead & Tim provide facts and authentic insight into sheep farming and Ireland in general. This experience is a great opportunity to meet the locals & try to understand a different lifestyle than your own. Also a good photo opportunity. ————— Other things: ▪1hr duration ▪Cash or card payments accepted in person ▪If the weather is bad, we can move the tour indoors ▪Book our cute farm cottage https://www.airbnb.ie/rooms/13388873
Killarney National Park Tomies Wood
An easy hike. Tomies Wood is the oldest oak forest in Ireland located inside Killarney National Park. I will meet with my hiking group at Kate Kearney's Cottage, free car park with public toilets, in The Gap of Dunloe at 10:30. After I have made sure they have the right hiking footwear & clothing for our walk, we have to drive 5 minutes to the start point at Tomies Wood free car park. Please, bring your own transport. Itinerary: Distance 8 km. Total ascent 400 metres. Duration 4 hours. Walking together at a leisurely pace, I will make sure that everybody is comfortable and happy. With stops to enjoy the scenery, to take pictures, to visit O’Sullivan’s Cascade & ancient dwelling places, to have some food & drink, etc. The route is suitable for moderate fitness level, via a green road, some tracks into the forest, and the lower slopes of Tomies and Shehy mountains. Great views of Killarney, Lough Leane, Ross Castle. When we practice hiking, in a natural way we activate some elements of Mindfulness like: Attention & concentration Deep breathing Feel your body in movement Live the present moment Active meditation, etc. This hike is a good opportunity to experience mindfulness elements during some sections of the route. It’s tailored with this aim in mind. The immediate outcome after the walk is balance in your body energy, your thoughts and feelings.
Personal Tours with Patrick
Having grown up and lived in the area all my life I would be delighted to guide you around the most picturesque locations in the southwest of Ireland with a local twist. Hearing all about the local history that you wont find online and visit the most remote locations. We will visit a lot of places off the beaten track you wouldnt find yourself and give you the background and history of each location. It will be the best way to see the Dingle or Ring of Kerry Pennisula with some fantastic hikes and great scenery. We love going above and beyond and providing the most personal and stress free tour you can imagine.
Guided walk Gap of Dunloe - Strickeen
I will meet with my hiking group at Kate Kearney's Cottage, this is the starting point in The Gap of Dunloe, at 10:30. With free car park and public toilets. Nearest shop 3 minutes drive in Beaufort. After I have made sure they have the right hiking footwear, warm-comfortable clothing for the walk, food & water, I will discuss our day and route with them. We will start our walk at a leisurely pace, and I will make sure that everybody is comfortable and happy. We will stop at regular intervals for people to enjoy the scenery, to take photos, and have some snacks and drinks. During the walk I like to talk with my group about issues related to the area, such ancient dwelling places. The walking route to Strickeen will be on open mountain and a wide track in the way down. The walk is easy suitable for a family with children over 10 years. From the summit at 440 meters high, there are great views toward Carrauntoohil and Dingle peninsula. Here we would have lunch break, surrounded by the highest mountains in Ireland. Every one of my guided walks has its' own particular places of outstanding beauty. I always aim to make my walks a very special and memorable experience for guests. Distance of 7 km. Total height gain 400 metres. 3.5 hours.
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