Difficulty Rating : 7 Start: KILLARNEY Finish: KILLARNEY Terrain: ainly on quiet roads, some steep climbs, Generally the terrain is hilly with a climb each day. Worth if for the views! Daily Average: 47-69km Weekly Average: 80km Tour Type: Self Guided Teaser: Our Safari starts and finishes in Killarney, shadowed by the MacGillikuddy Reeks and adjacent to the famous Muckross National Park.
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Our Safari starts and finishes in Killarney, shadowed by the MacGillikuddy Reeks and adjacent to the famous Muckross National Park. We head deep into the Iveragh Peninsula along quiet backroads toward the villages of Sneem and Glenbeigh.

On towards Dingle Peninsula, the most westerly point in Europe, sees us cycling along he dramatic Slea Head coast amongst Neolithic ruins with wonderful views out to the Skelling and Blasket Islands. We rest amongst the great array of shops and restaurants that the town of Dingle has to offer. The weary may pause for a well earned pint in the famous Dick Macs pub, which doubles up as a cobbler!

Conor Pass stretches the legs as we take in the stunning vistas of the peninsula from its lofty perch before enjoying the freewheel down to lunch. Our last day's cycle takes us through the Gap of Dunloe and Black Valley, a fitting finish to this dramatic tour, before we end up all too quickly back in Killarney.

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Day 1

Arrival in Killarney

On arrival in Killarney you should make your way to your accommodation. If you have time you could visit nearby Ross Castle a wonderfully restored 16th Century Norman Tower House overlooking Lough Leane. You can even hire a boat from here and row out to a 6th Century monastic site located on one of the nearby islands.

Day 2

Killarney ~ Sneem (47kms)

The tour starts off by following a cycle track into the beautiful grounds of Muckross House which you can visit, as well as a Franciscan Abbey founded in the 15th Century, now in ruins but beautifully situated with a large yew tree rising up through the cloisters. There follows a wonderful cycle between the Killarney lakes before a steady climb follows to your lunch stop at Molls Gap. You are rewarded with delicious food and beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. Our journey continues to the colourful village of Sneem.

Day 3

Sneem ~ Glenbeigh (51 kms)

Avoiding the main Ring of Kerry road you cycle across the peninsula. Cycling along quiet roads with stunning views, you climb up to the beautiful Gap of Ballaghbearna and descend into a valley with views of Carrauntoohil, Ireland’s highest mountain. After lunch, there is a wonderful cycle to Caragh Lake which you follow to the seaside village of Glenbeigh where you spend the night in a comfortable hotel.

Day 4

Glenbeigh ~ Dingle (47 kms)

You start the day with a short coach trip to Dingle where you are based for two nights. You follow the Slea Head Route around the tip of the Dingle peninsula. This is one of the highlights of the tour with a wide variety of archaeological sites to visit along the route and some of the most breathtaking coastal scenery in the country.

Day 5

Rest day in Dingle

A variety of activities can be organised from the town. You can join an archaeological bus tour of the peninsula or you can swap your bike saddle for a horse saddle and go horse riding. There are boat trips to the largest of the Blasket Islands with its wonderful walking trails. You can also simply potter around the town with its many shops and aquarium.

Day 6

Dingle ~ Killorglin (69 kms)

The morning starts with a long steady climb up to the Conor Pass with views of Mount Brandon and the coastline in the distance. There follows a wonderful descent and then along the coast to the village of Camp for lunch. In the afternoon back into the mountains to traverse the peninsula heading up over one side of the mountains to views of the other side of the peninsula with Dingle Bay and Ireland’s highest mountain range stretching out in front of you, to the final stretch to our night stop in Killorglin.

Day 7

Killorglin ~ Killarney (64 kms)

In the morning you cycle to Kate Kearney’s Cottage where you can stop for a cup of tea. You then enter the final highlight of the tour, the Gap of Dunloe, a place you will never forget. Coming out of the Gap you have an incredible view looking down the Black Valley, heading into a peaceful valley surrounded by green fields full of grazing sheep, to return to Molls Gap and on towards a wonderful freewheel back down to Killarney for a final night on the tour.

* 7 nights accommodation with breakfast
   ( mix of small hotels and guesthouses )

* Guide in a support van (on group tour only)
* Transfer from Glenbeigh to Dingle
* Luggage transfer

* Route details and maps
* 24 hour service hotline
* GPS tracks available (on request)

In 2023 Bike Rental is not included in the basic tour price.

All rentals come with a pannier, lock, helmet and repair equipment

n a self guided tour we will organize your bike hire, the accommodation and the luggage transfer. Your route details will be waiting for you in your first night’s accommodation. In the route details you will also find recommendations for lunch stops and places to have dinner. You will set off by yourself and the luggage will be transferred to the next stop by our local taxi transfers. And should there be a day you won’t be able to cycle, it is possible to arrange a lift with the luggage transfer.

You can also contact us in the office (info@cyclingsafaris.com) or on our emergency number if you need assistance.

You can start the cycling tour on any day that suits you.

If you prefer to cycle with a support van and/or guide we are happy to send you a customized quote for this.

On a self guided tour it is possible to add extra days or shorten the trip if you wish to or we can customize the route for you.

Guide in a support van / no cycling guide

We offer set departure dates for group tour bookings. If we reach a minimum of 8 people on the set departure tour date the tour will be run with a guide in a support van.

The guide will meet you each morning to give you a short briefing for the day ahead. Then you can set off in small groups or individually. Each person has their own route details. Your guide will then collect the luggage and deliver the bags to the next night's accommodation before catching up with the group again.

Although the guide will not be cycling with you, he or she will be driving the support van and will make a sweep to ensure that all is well, and offer lifts to those who want a break.

This provides a sense of freedom in that you can travel at your own pace in the security that the guide is there for you in the event that you might need them. The guide will recommend places to eat and try to find out where the best entertainment is each night.

Most importantly, the guide sets the right tone to make you feel welcome to the country and to help you in whatever way possible so that each day you are free to leave your worries behind.

If we don’t reach the minimum of 8 bookings, this tour will go ahead as self guided version with luggage transfers via our local taxi companies. There might be others cycling the same route, but there won’t be a guide in a support van. However, you can always contact us in the office to get assistance and if you need a lift we can organize this for you.

Bike rental is not included in the basic tour price

On this tour you can rent a Hybrid Focus Crater Lake bicycles for our tour.
Bikes come in different sizes and in gents and ladies style frames.
It is very important you give us your height on booking so that we can allocate the correct bike to you.

It is also possible to hire an E-Bike for the tour
Easy E-bikes:
Tektro hydraulic disc brakes
Shift levers: Shimano 7 speed
Rear derailleur: Altus 7 speed
Motor: Bosch Active Line
Battery: Bosch Power Pack Frame Mount 300Wh, 36V
Display: Bosch Purion
Range: up to 148km from Eco mode
There are 3 setting: Eco - Normal - Turbo ( Eco will last long ) 120km

Our normal daily cycling route A to B is between 50-60km

ooking at a scale from 1 - 10 (1 = easiest, 10 = hardest) we are giving this tour 6 points.

This tour offers some of the most dramatic scenery Ireland has to offer. The tour is hilly but all efforts are greatly rewarded with stunning coastal vistas.

Other than young children, whom we discourage from attending, people of all ages and abilities come on the tours, so do not worry if you are not super-fit. You have all day to cover the recommended route, and while Irish roads rarely follow a straight line, there are few really high climbs.

The average daily cycling distance is around 60km.

We offer Garmin files on request, but you need to bring your own device.

We would seriously recommend that you bring padded cycling shorts and / or a gel saddle cover that will definitely make your day’s cycling more comfortable. Cycling gloves are also a good investment. You can also bring your own saddle which we should be able to attach to our bikes.
We provide 40l pannier bags (waterproof) in which you can keep your day-to-day items. Otherwise, you may prefer to use a daypack and there are back carriers on each bike for this purpose.
We do not provide rain gear so be sure to bring your own lightweight waterproofs.
Don’t forget sun cream, sunglasses, sun hat as well as a bathing suit for that refreshing dip in the Atlantic Ocean.
Our rental bikes don’t have lights – no problem on the long summer evenings, but if you are traveling in May or September, please bring your own light or high-visibility vest.
Finally, if you wish to use toe clips please bring your own pedals with toe clips which we can attach to our bikes (the pedals on our bikes do not accommodate toe clips)

You have the option of booking different room types:

Double room = Room with one big bed for two people
Twin room = Room with two single beds for two people
Single room = Room with one single bed
Triple room = Room with one double and one single for three people OR room with three single beds
Family room = Room with one double and two single beds

If the room type you would like to book is not listed on the booking form, you can specify this in the section "other details

On this tour you will be staying in Killarney, Sneem, Glenbeigh and Dingle. Its possible to upgrade accommodation in Killarney, Sneem and Dingle. Please have a look at our accommodation page for our sample accommodation list

To confirm you onto our tour, we require a deposit of 250 euro per person.
After your initial booking request, we will be in touch with payment details.

The remaining balance for the cycling tour will be due 60 days prior tour start

hould you wish to cancel, cancellation charges will be imposed. These are calculated from the day written
notification is received by the company or their agent as a percentage of the total tour price, including
surcharges as follows:

> 60 days before departure – retention of deposit (250 euro per person)
60-14 days before departure – 50%
< 14 days before departure – 100%

To claim the balance back, you need to send the details on to your travel insurance who should reimburse you. Please make sure that your travel insurance covers the costs for unforeseen cancellation before signing up.

My daughter and I really enjoyed a fantastic cycling holiday in Ireland.
We were very impressed by the magnificent landscapes of the Kerry and Dingle peninsula.
We are both medium trained cyclists (we come from a very flat country) and every day trip was just long enough for us to be tired but not broken.
Everything was very well organized. All accommodations were OK. Transport of our luggage perfect. The road map very accurate (We never got lost).
Maybe one suggestion for people that like me are not used to sit all day long on a bike saddle, take a gel filled saddle cover for extra comfort.
Thanks again for a fantastic week we long will remember.

Dirk Kerstens (Ring of Kerry 2018)

I just want to let you know, that we had a brilliant tour. Good bikes, nice accommodations and friendliness all around. You could have supplied a little more sunshine though ;-)

Jette Groth (Ring of Kerry self guided tour, 2017)

I write to say that we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and that we were impressed with the organization, the accommodation and the selected routes that we went along. Very good..

Ross Horwood (Ring of Kerry group tour 2012)

All went so very well!
We were so pleased with your handling of everything!!
Great trip and I would highly recommend Irish Cycling Safaris!

Mary Lynn & John Colin (Ring of Kerry self led 2012)

Our trip was amazing! It was worth the beautiful scenery, sunny days, and challenging biking.
Thank you for making our trip so enjoyable!

Emily Cargill (Ring of Kerry self led 2012)

We really loved the trip - overall everything went great. Bikes were fine. The B&Bs were all excellent, and all of the logistics of the suitcases and taxi were smooth. Co Kerry is just gorgeous and it was a lovely holiday for us.
We'd certainly do another trip with Cycling Safaris.

Heather Marshall (RIng of Kerry self led 2012)

I just wanted to say how pleased we were with the tour. We had an amazing time, it was very well organized, the indications on the maps very clear and the accommodations very comfortable and nice. Thank you so much!
We will certainly repeat that experience again!

Elise Papillon (Ring of Kerry self led 2013)

It is a truly beautiful part of the world! Excellent accommodation/itinerary..

Andy Tucker (Ring of Kerry self led 2014)

Surpassed my expectations – excellent value for money.

Michele Bridges (Ring of Kerry 2015)

Superb organization on tour. Aidan was an exceptional guide, taking good care of us and with good fun. Thank you!

Kylie (Ring of Kerry group 2015)

Go on like this!

Isabelle Belan (Ring of Kerry group 2015)

Just to say thank you for organising such a wonderful trip around Ring of Kerry. Really enjoyed every minute of it, especially the quieter roads around Sneem and Glenbeigh. Would love to do it all again! All in all a fantastic staycation experience! Thank you so much for all the organising and special commendation to whoever researched the wonderful route.

Mairin Ni Urdail (Ring of Kerry short tour 2016)

Our trip around the Ring of Kerry and Dingle Penninsula was excellent! The route each day took us across amazing and challenging terrain. The views were stunning. Every time we arrived at a new B&B after a hard day of riding, our luggage was there waiting for us along with a warm welcome from that night's host. The whole trip was well organized, well planned, and super fun! Cannot recommend Cycling Safaris highly enough.

Sara Cooper (Ring of Kerry self led 2016)

We are home safe and sane; though sad that the great adventure is over. We are enjoying telling stories about our fun froup, our spectacular hilly ride, our wonderful guide, and the warm, friendly Irish people. We miss it already, and our bikes!

Judy Tingle (Ring of Kerry group 2016)

The bikes and accessories were great, the route maps and descriptions were bang on and the accommodations were second to none. We will definitely use Cycling Safaris on future trips and highly recommend your company to others.

Jerry Bella

€ 930.00 per person sharing off peak
€   30.00 per person high season supplement July & August 
€ 285.00 single room supplement (if travelling with others)
€ 450.00 solo tour supplement (if travelling alone on a self guided tour)

Bike Rental 7 Night Tour
€125.00  24 speed touring bike
€280.00 E-bike

Self Guided Tour Information

Self guided tours are available from 16th April to 1st October and can start any day of the wee

How to get to Killarney:

It is possible to fly to either,  Kerry Airport,  Cork Airport,  Dublin Airport or Shannon Airport.

From Kerry Airport
Outside the main terminal is a Bus Terminus with services available directly from Kerry Airport to Tralee, Killarney and Limerick linking into the Bus Eireann network. Tickets for all bus services may be purchased on-board the bus.
You can visit the main BusEireann website for full timetables

From Cork Airport
From Cork Airport, you can take the 226 to Parnell Place Bus Station, the main bus station for Cork city.
From here you can take a bus to Killarney,  you can visit the Bus Eireann website for more details
You can also take a train from Cork city to Killarney,  timetable and details are on the Irish Rail website 

From Shannon Airport:
First you need to take a bus to Limerick city, and there you will transfer to another bus to Killarney town
Check BusEireannor GetThere.ie for bus timetables

You can also take a train from Limerick city to Killarney, but the train time on this route is not always quicker!
All details are on the IrishRail website

From Dublin Airport:
There are Bus services direct from Dublin Airport to Killarney town. Check BusEireann for more information

Alternatively take the Airlink shuttle service into Dublin city and transfer to get train to Killarney.
( Take note that the airlink bus requires exact change and the cost for a single ticket into the city centre is currently €6 )
The train to Killarney from Dublin takes approx 4 hours. Details on IrishRail )

As always please contact us in the office for more information (info@cyclingsafaris.com).


We use a variety of B&Bs just outside the centre of the town away from the hustle and bustle. They are family run and give insight to Irish hospitality with a warm welcoming feel you can be assured of a good nights sleep. 

Castlelodge on the  Muckross Road is one we use.   It is very well located,  close to the town centre as well as the National Park and Ross Castle,   images are left and right

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The Coomassig View B&B we use is set just outside the village and it is one of the finest in all of Kerry. Family run and with a nice view of the mountains it’s a very pleasant place to spend a night.

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Lante Townhouse right in the heart of the town this warm and welcoming townhouse with a relaxed atmosphere is a ideal place to start to discover Dingle 

Devanes B&B just out side the town this family run B&B is an insight to the Irish homestead and famous Irish hospitality 

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Towers Hotel The towers hotel in Glenbeigh is one of a kind built in 1895 in the late Victorian style. Set in the heart of the village the hotel offers an insight to the Victorian style travel with all the benefits of mode living.



Rivers Edge Staying at the Rivers edge B&B in the heart of the town on the banks of the river Laune. With fantastic views and close to all the restaurants and pubs makes this a perfect place to start your visit to Killorglin.


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If you have been on a previous tour, there is a €50.00 discount on our week long tours in Ireland (unfortunately this discount does not apply to other European trips)

A €250.00 deposit is required for each person booking on a holiday. The Balance payment is required two month prior to the starting date. The deposit is forfeited in the event of a cancellation of your booking. The balancing payment is also non-refundable in the event of the cancellation occuring within 14 days of the tour starting date. All transactions are taken in Euro.

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Irish Cycling Safaris Ltd (“the Company”) accepts bookings subject to the following conditions:

  • The contract is between the Company and the client, being any person travelling or intending to travel on a tour operated by the company. The contract, including all matters arising from it, is subject to Irish law and the exclusive jurisdiction of the Irish courts. A booking is accepted and becomes definite only from the date when the company sends a confirmation. It is at this point that a contract between the company and the client comes into existence. Before your booking is confirmed and comes into existence the company reserves the right to increase or decrease brochure prices. The company or their agents reserve the right to decline any booking at their discretion.
  • To secure a booking the Company or their agent requires a completed booking form and the necessary deposit. (Full payment if travel within 60 days). The first named client must be over 18 years of age. Clients booking by telephone, by website/E-mail or fax will be deemed to have signed the booking form and read and accepted our terms of booking. The person signing, or being deemed to sign, the booking form warrants that he/she has full authority to do so on behalf of all persons whose names appear thereon, and confirms that all such persons are fully aware of and accept these conditions.
  • The balance of all monies due, including any surcharges applicable at the time, must be paid to the company or their agents not later than 60 days before departure. In the case of non-payment of the balance by the due date the Company reserves the right to cancel your booking and cancellation charges will apply. If any cheque is dishonoured we reserve the right to charge €25 to cover administration costs.
  • Travel Insurance is mandatory for all clients whilst on a tour organised by the Company. Clients are wholly responsible for arranging their own insurance. Clients are responsible for ensuring that they are in possession of private Travel insurance with protection for the full duration of the tour in respect of at least medical expenses, injury, death, repatriation, cancellation and curtailment, with adequate cover.
  • An administration fee of €25 per booking plus any additional costs incurred will be charged if a confirmed booking is changed or transferred to a different departure date or tour, up to 60 days prior to departure. Thereafter all changes will be treated as cancellations and subject to the relevant charges. Changes are subject to availability. For an administration fee of €25 you may request a credit voucher. This must be redeemed within 12 months of issue and must be used against a new booking. The voucher is non transferable and cannot be exchanged for cash. In certain circumstances, which the Company considers reasonable, the booking may be transferred to another suitable person; however the tour arrangements must remain the same and will only be allowed if all suppliers agree to accept the name change. If a transfer is allowed an administration charge of €25 per person will be charged plus any extra charges levied by suppliers.
  • Should the client wish to cancel, cancellation charges will be imposed. These are calculated from the day written notification is received by the company or their agent as a percentage of the total tour price, including surcharges as follows:

    > 60 days before departure – retention of deposit

    60-14 days before departure – 50%

    < 14 days before departure – 100%

  • Clients are responsible for arranging, and must be in possession of, a valid passport and any visas and vaccination certificates required for the whole of their journey. Information about these matters or related items (climate, clothing, baggage, personal items etc) is given in good faith but without responsibility on the part of the company.
  • Should the client have a reason to complain, you must immediately notify our representative and the relevant supplier. If the client’s complaint is not dealt with satisfactorily at the time, they must write to us with full details of the complaint within 28 days of the end of the tour. Failure to notify complaints entirely within accordance of this clause will diminish or extinguish the client’s ability to claim compensation.
  • The company provides all services on a “ground only” basis. The client is responsible for arranging their own travel to the designated start points of each tour. The company cannot accept any liability for any delay/cancellation in your transportation and cannot offer any refunds for lost holiday time.
  • Clients agree to accept the authority and decisions of the Company’s employees, tour leaders and agents whilst on the tour with the company. If in the opinion of such persons the health, level of fitness or conduct of a client at any time before or after departure appears likely to endanger the safe, comfortable or happy progress of a tour the client may be excluded from all or part of the tour without refund or recompense. In the case of ill health the company may make such arrangements as it sees fit and recover the costs thereof from the client. If a client commits an illegal act the client may be excluded from the tour and the Company shall cease to have responsibility to/for them. If you are affected by a condition, medical or otherwise, that might affect you or affect other people’s enjoyment or active participation of the tour, you must advise us at the time of booking. No refund will be given for any unused services.
  • The Company will use its best endeavours to operate all tours as advertised. However, it reserves the right to change any of the facilities, services, prices or itineraries described in our brochure/website. If a major change is necessary or deemed advisable, the company will advise the client as soon as reasonably possible, if there is no time before departure. A major change does not apply to a change of transport or named accommodation, but is usually considered a major change in itinerary or change in duration of a client’s holiday. If advised of a major change before departure, the client will have the choice of accepting changes (at additional cost if applicable), purchasing another available tour from the company, or cancelling the tour with a full refund.

    Provided that the major change is not as a result of situations outside the company’s control or consolidation, compensation will be paid as follows:

    Notification Period Given / Compensation Per Person

    More than 30 days: Nil

    14-30 days: €40

    Less than 14 days: €50

  • Force Majeure. We regret we cannot accept liability or pay any compensation where the performance or prompt performance of our contractual obligations is prevented or affected by reasons of circumstance amounting to “force majeure”. In these conditions “force majeure” means any event which we the supplier of services in question could not, even with all due care, foresee or avoid. Such events include war or threat of war, riot, civil strife, industrial dispute, terrorist activity, natural or nuclear disaster, fire or adverse weather conditions, epidemics or health risks and all similar events outside our control.
  • The company reserves the right to cancel a tour in any circumstances but will not cancel a tour less than 4 weeks before departure except for “force majeure”, consolidation, or the client’s failure to pay the final balance. Unless the client fails to pay the final balance, the company, upon cancellation will return all monies paid to it, or offer the client an alternative holiday of comparable standard if available (if less expensive than original we will refund the difference, if more expensive, the client will have to pay the difference). Compensation will not be payable (1) where the company is forced to cancel as a result of unusual and unforeseeable circumstances beyond our control, the consequences of which we could not have avoided even with all due care or (2) where an insufficient number of people book the clients chosen holiday and we notify we are cancelling for this reason not less than 28 days before departure. In all cases our liability is limited to offering the above choices and the compensation payments (where applicable) set out in clause 11. No compensation is payable if we notify you of cancellation more than 8 weeks before departure. We cannot be held responsible for any costs or expenses you may have as a result of cancellation.
  • Client’s bookings are accepted on the understanding that they appreciate the risks inherent in adventure travel and that they undertake the tours featured in our programme at their own volition. Our obligations, and those of any suppliers providing any service or facility involved in any travel arrangements you book with us, are to provide services and facilities with reasonable care and skill. Facilities will be provided to the realistic minimum standard recommended by the regulatory authorities responsible.
  • Bike Hire: The equipment including all accessories supplied is let out on hire. The equipment remains the property of the company and the Client will not sell, hire out or otherwise part with the possessions thereof.

    The Client undertakes not to misuse the equipment and to return it with all accessories in the same condition as when received (ordinary wear and tear accepted). The company shall be entitled to charge the client for any damages caused to equipment during the period of hire. In event of a breakdown, other than a result of the Clients misuse, the company will use its best endeavours to repair or procure repair of the equipment.

    The company will not be liable for any damage or loss whatsoever, through breakdown or other defect in the equipment or other circumstances beyond the company’s control. The Client shall indemnify the company with respect to all costs, claims, expenses and demands suffered or incurred which arise directly or indirectly out of the use of the equipment during the period of hire. The company reserves the right to charge the client for partial or full settlement of any claim. In the event of the equipment being stolen or lost, the company reserves the right to call upon the client to indemnify the company the replacement of the equipment. However, should the equipment subsequently be returned in a satisfactory condition, the company undertakes to refund the clients indemnity within 14 days.

    The Client will ensure that the equipment is adequately secured when not in use, will not use the equipment whilst under the influence of drink or drugs and will immediately notify the company in the event of breakdown or loss of equipment.

  • Clients bringing their own bikes do so on the proviso that their equipment is in a suitable condition for participation in a tour. Responsibility for maintenance of bicycles brought by clients rests with the client. The company will endeavour to accommodate such clients, but cannot guarantee that correct tools and spares will be available, given the wide range of possibilities that exist.