Cork and Kerry offer great options for small exclusive corporate trips or team building for a day or more. We can organise the trip for you with a trusted local guide, excellent hotels and great experiences in a safe environment. These provide a great opportunity for your staff to get to know Cork better. Here are a few examples of what we can do.
Try a team building experience with a golf trip to West Cork with a group lesson or a one to one lesson with a PGA Professional and practice the skills learned using best ball with teams of 2 - 4 people.
Courses in West Cork are either parkland or with sea views. A trip to a golf range and to the famous Blarney Castle at the start of the trip can be arranged. A luxury trip to Fota Estate and other prime golf courses for a small group can also be arranged.
Take a day in West Cork with a kayak trip or a sea safari for all the team followed by a meal. We can arrange the meals as well as overnight accommodation. This can also be organised closer to Cork.
Take a trip to one or more of West Cork’s islands and enjoy a walking tour with a local guide. Hear the history of the island, see the wildlife and maybe enjoy a swim in crystal clear waters.
Take your staff on a day to remember in Cork city with a local guide to arrange the activities which will aid team building in the historic area of the city.
Take a scenic boat trip from Cork to Kinsale. Travel down the River Lee via the liner port of Cobh and enjoy the coastal views before reaching Kinsale (trip 2+ hours). Enjoy a meal in Kinsale and travel back to Cork by private bus.
Take a private bus from Cork to visit some of the area’s top organic producers, call to an organic farm and finish with a fork to table meal offering the best of local food.
Cork city is the Ireland’s second city but locals call it ’the real capital’ . It’s a compact city, easy to walk around in a few hours.
There are historical sites aplenty with tours which can be pre-booked.
University College Cork has guided tours, the city museum, the old Cork City Gaol, Elizabeth Fort, St Finbarr’s Cathedral and Shandon church with its famous steeple where you might try your hand at bell-ringing.
Fitzgerald park, where the ‘World Trade Fair’ was held in 1902, with the original pavilion and ornamental fountain still standing. From the park the ornate pedestrian bridge to Sunday’s Well (and City Goal) is referred to as the “Shaky bridge’.
Close by you could try a round of golf in one of the many golf courses parkland, links with optional clubs hire
As a large natural harbour and maritime history there are a wide range of water based activities in attractive nearby towns such as Kinsale or Cobh. A boat trip might appeal or for the more active you can choose from kayaking, surfing or paddle boarding.
Blarney village with its castle and gardens is close to the city. There are a variety of activities particularly watersports in the Lee Valley including or in Cobh and the lower harbour.
If you have six or more people travelling together we consider you to be a group. Let our local expertise in Cork and Kerry, Ireland give you a trip to remember with transport and accommodation organised as well as a variety of activities.
Family Groups - for an extended family group we can arrange a local guide to show you the Ring of Beara, Skellig, Dingle or Kerry.
You can request transport and activities for different interest groups. You might want to research your family history with the help of an expert Genealogist, who may be able to show you the family homestead after a few weeks research.
The south west of Ireland offers a wealth of activities to enjoy.
Choose from kayaking, surfing, cycling, walking, golfing or a range of boat trips to islands in different locations along the Wild Atlantic Way south.
You can take a full or half day activity or maybe try two different activities in the one day making the most of your time in Ireland.
Tell us your specialist interest and we can build a tour for you.
Ireland is famous for its lush green landscapes of hills and mountains with lakes, rivers and sparkling seascapes.
Take a relaxed road trip like no other in the south west of Ireland where stunning views appear around each bend of the narrow roads.
It’s an area rich in photo opportunities, driving to Mizen Head the most southerly point on the mainland where you can take a birdwatching trip or a scenic walk with a friendly local guide.
Why not take a whale watching trip or a guided trip to one of the islands off the County Cork coast
This area has some of Ireland’s top artisan food producers and micro breweries for you to explore.
We give you information on the best local producers and eateries.
Spend time at famous Blarney Castle with its kissing stone, take a guided tour in a lordly mansion or even a walk to a cottage dating back to the Great Irish Famine in a hidden valley.
Visit ancient stone circles with a local guide who will explain their importance for our ancestors.
Explore an old medieval abbey to hear how the monks lived, try a sunset photo shoot or learn the ancient art of stone carving.
From stone circles to fine old castles it’s all here for you to enjoy. Immerse yourself in the heritage of Ireland’s south west.