KERRY CAMINO GUIDED WALKING FESTIVAL

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KERRY CAMINO GUIDED WALKING FESTIVAL

3 Day Guided Walk of THE KERRY CAMINO on our tenth anniversary. Start in Tralee and walk the most spectacular coastal scenery to Dingle

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Location

Tralee St Johns RC church Castle St Tralee Ireland

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Refund Policy

Contact the organiser to request a refund.

About this event

  • 2 days 10 hours
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Kerry Camino 10th Anniversary Guided Walking Weekend on the Dingle Peninsula

Friday 28th April - Day 1 ( 20kms)

Registration at St. John's church, Castle St. Tralee, and receive your pilgrim pack including your Kerry Camino Pilgrim Passport.

Start walking at 9 am to finish at The Railway Tavern in Camp Village, and enjoy some well earned refreshments .

Options to stay on in Camp that evening or return to Tralee by bus.

Saturday 29th April - Day 2 ( 17kms)

Buses will be leaving Tralee to restart the walk at Camp Village at 9.00 am from in front of The Brandon Hotel.

Start walking in Camp by 9.30 and finish the day at Annascaul town at John Hanafin's pub for R&R

Option to have lunch at Inch beach on the way.

Options to stay on in Annascaul that evening or return to Tralee by bus.

Sunday 30th April - Day 3 (23kms)

Buses will be leaving Tralee to restart the walk at Annascaul town at 9.00 am from in front of The Brandon Hotel.

Start walking in Annascaul by 9.45 am 

Finish in St. James Church in Dingle and receive your certificate of completion.

Refreshments in Dingle at a venue TBC

Included in the price are your pilgrim pack and certificate, all buses to and from the event, and for those staying on the route in Camp or Annascaul , we will offer luggage transfer of 1 cabin size bag per person (Ryanair Style!!!) per day. For anyone opting to stay the third night in Dingle, you must organize your own transport on the Monday. Our event finishes on the Sunday evening.

This is a low level trail walk and suitable for most people with the ability to walk for distance over 3 days. This is not a fast walk and you will have several guides out with you, plus support cars for anyone who has a difficulty finishing the route.

Everyone needs to have correct walking shoes or boots with support and grip. Rain gear of course but hopefully a sun hat and sun screen also. Everyone should carry their own day pack with water and snacks (and a packed lunch on day 1 and day 3) and anything they might need for the day. If you have walking poles, be sure to bring them.

This walk is not about speed and endurance but more about enjoying great scenery, meeting people and having a sociable and enjoyable weekend.

Full refunds are available up to 21st April 2023

For any queries please contact Ingrid at 0871259149

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