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Walk through wild countryside to the 130m high Coomanassig waterfall and take a break by the dark waters of Eagle Lake. Marvel at the towering 260 metre corrie cliff faces. Explore this geological wonderland and the lower heights of the Dunkerron Mountains. Traverse the open moorland long ago smoothed by the deposits of ice age glaciers. Possible encounters with sheep, hares, mountain goats, huge ravens and perhaps the white-tailed sea eagles. Enjoy spectacular views to Sneem, Kenmare Bay and the Caha Mountains on the Beara Peninsula.
This tour is the ultimate experience when seeking the up close and interactive option for exploring the Skellig Islands and Skellig Coast story stretching back to the 6th century. Through facts and stories, your guide will weave a voyage of discovery through the Skellig Coast, capturing the folklore and history this area has to offer. Relax as you are transported back in time to take the same course that the Transatlantic Telegraph Cable took when it changed Europe’s method of communication across the Atlantic Ocean during the 18th century. Learn about Bray Tower and its importance over time when protecting the little island of Valentia from intruders that roamed along the Skellig Coast.
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