Day 5 - Beara Way & Gleninchaquinn Park
Today you will undertake another glorious drive along the Beara way with more breath-taking scenery to soak up. You also can visit some Islands including Bere and Dursey island being off the coast of the peninsula. If you wanted to remain on the mainland then your hiking option for the day will be at the famous 2500-year-old Uragh stone Circle following a quiet country road to the breath-taking Gleninchaquinn Park. This working sheep farm is home to one of Ireland's most beautiful Waterfalls and a stunning location to explore on foot. Your walk takes you through fields dotted with sheep and up to the top of the waterfall with sweeping views across the valley and its glistening lakes out to Kenmare Bay.
Upon completion of your hike you will make your way to the town of Kenmare the Gateway to the Ring of Kerry.
Day 6 - Ring of Kerry
Considered one of the most beautiful destinations to explore in Ireland, today sees you discovering the real beauty of the world-famous Ring of Kerry. Take in sweeping views of the wild, rugged coastline, golden beaches, glistening lakes, picturesque villages, and spectacular mountain ranges. A nice walk along the Ring of Kerry is the Derrynane Mass Path Loop Walk, which is a moderate 6-mile (9 km) route around Derrynane National Park near Caherdaniel and takes about 3.5 hours to complete. Enjoy trekking through hillside woodland with sweeping views over Derrynane Blue Flag Beach and Derrynane House. After completing the Ring, you will travel toward the fishing port town of Dingle for your overnight stay.