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Address: Castle Street, Tralee, Ireland
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The Kerry Camino is a three day walking route on the Dingle way in Kerry....

The Kerry Camino is a three day walking route on the Dingle way in Kerry. Walkers collect their walker's pack from the tourist offices in Tralee, Killarney or Dingle and collect Stamps at Stamping Stations located on the route. Stamps are available in local businesses or in Stamping stations (list supplied). The passport itself is a nice memento of your walk but walker can also receive a certificate (for a fee) from the Tourist Office in Dingle.

Walkers packs are free. This is a self guided walk.

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Fantastic Walking Weekend!

Took part in the organised walk over the May Bank Holiday weekend, everything was fantastic from start to finish, guides, scenery, rest stops and evening finishing points! The... read more

Reviewed 5 May 2015
Eileen O
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Cork, Ireland

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Reviewed 7 June 2015 via mobile

Bit of a let down. If I'd known I was walking part of the Dingle way I probably would have invested 8 days and done that. Signage is sparce so I just relied on the dingle way signage. The stamping stations are not consistent with some showing distance some not. Woman in tourist office in tralee was totally disinterested. They... More 

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Cork, Ireland
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Reviewed 5 May 2015

Took part in the organised walk over the May Bank Holiday weekend, everything was fantastic from start to finish, guides, scenery, rest stops and evening finishing points! The walk is tough (from a total amature's point of view) but managable, we were wrecked and sore when we reached Dingle, Day one (Tralee to CAmp) is over rough terrain, DAy 2... More 

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Reviewed 23 September 2014

Don't miss it! It's amazing. Pay attention to the gps route, it might fool you like it did with me!!

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Newcastle West, Ireland
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Reviewed 9 May 2014

The Kerry Camino provides a great week-end of walking and sight seeing for an active vacation. The walk is completed over three days beginning at St. John's Church, Tralee and ending at St. James in Dingle. The first day takes you to Camp. You begin on smooth paths as far as Blennerville and then continue over rough mountain paths to... More 

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Tralee, Ireland
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Reviewed 23 April 2013

Did this over 3 days with 3 friends. We were lucky with the weather and the scenery was amazing, particularly coming towards Inch and Minard Castle area. Great sense of satisfaction when we finally walked in to Dingle town. really enjoyed it.

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Reviewed 22 September 2012

The Kerry Comino starts in Tralee and ends in Dingle. The first leg from Tralee to Camp is tricky in places and takes about six hours, we stayed in a lovely B/b in Camp called Sea View House, Joanna makes a great breakfast. Highly recommend it. Day 2, on to Anascaul, stop for crab claws on Inch Beach.Day 3, on... More 

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