Wild Kerry Eco Tours

Wild Kerry is a small eco-tourism business specialising in showing people the wil10390937_1420748111530677_7532921906986311766_nd places of County Kerry in Ireland where the guidebooks do not go.

The Kerry Butterwort. A rare plant found in Kerry and Cork. It is an insect eating plant. The bright flower attracts the small insects and they get trapped on sticky green leaves at the bottom of the plant.
Wild Kerry aims to show people the hidden beauty of County Kerry and the unique ecology that can be found here. It is run by professional ecologist Moss O’Connor from Annascaul.Moss, with the help of other wildlife professionals, takes groups and individuals on tours of special places in Kerry and describes the unique habitats and species that live within these habitats in a friendly and easy to understand fashion.The length of the tours depends on the enthusiasm of the group and there is no rush to get finished. All tours are conducted at a leisurely pace and there is something to suit all levels.

Otter tracks

The amazing archaeology and geology of the Kerry region are of special interest to Wild Kerry and we love showing people the uniqueness of our county. Specialist wildlife watching can also be arranged.

  • Phone: 087 989 8041
  • Email: info@wildkerry.com
  • Website: under construction…come back soon 🙂

One of the many waterfalls at Annascaul Lake
















The heart of the Dingle Peninsula: the village of Annascaul lies among mountains, lakes and streams and is surrounded by history and beauty.

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