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Early Morning Tour

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Killarney, Kerry, Ireland

  • Activities

    Heritage-History Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    Custom Price
  • Duration

    As arranged

  • Avg Distance

    3 miles (5 kms)

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    As arranged

  • Starting Location

    As arranged

  • Price Includes

    Guide service

  • Notes

    Warm clothing and boots is advisable

Highlights

  • Listen to the most amazing "dawn chorus" that Ireland has to offer
  • Make your way along the shore and watch the sun rise over the Paps of Danu, the sacred mountains of ancient ancestors
  • Watch the sun cast its magic spell of color over the Killarney lakes and countryside
  • Visit the prehistoric copper mines, dating back to 2,400 BC, and discover how they made copper at that time
  • See Japanese Sika Deer, Irish Red Deer, and an array of birds, butterflys and other native species

Trip Info

Some of the most beautiful moments in nature are witnessed as the world awakes. Join Ancient Way’s Early Morning Tour in Killarny, Ireland for the opportunity to get close to nature, amid peace and tranquility. On Ross Island, you will listen to the most amazing “dawn chorus” that Ireland has to offer, as the full choir of birds resounds from end to end of the woodland. This is a truly amazing experience that any nature lover will greatly appreciate and remember for a long time. You’ll gradually make your way along the shore and watch the sun rise over the Paps of Danu, the sacred mountains of ancient ancestors.┬áThe highlight of the walk is the prehistoric copper mines, dating back to 2,400 BC. Your guide will tell you about the history of the mines, how they made copper at that time, the daily life style of these people, and where they settled.

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