With their love for the sea and Irish history, Brendan and Elizabeth provide explorers with a truly unique and exciting experience by interacting directly with their visitors to showcase Valentia Island and the Skellig Coasts unique geographical and cultural delights that date back to the 6th century. Visitors to the area are amazed at the wealth of historical sites that includes two monastic islands – one being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the ruins of a Viking village, a 12th – 14th century Castle, a 17th century Cromwellian Fort that is now a working Lighthouse and many more interesting treasures along the way.
Whether it be a scheduled boat tour or a private group tour, all adventure tours can be enjoyed from early March to late November or early December (weather permitting of course). So, sit back, relax and explore Valentia Island through stories, folklore and tales of time gone by for a memorable experience while out boating with the Kerry Aqua Terra crew.
We offer competitive prices with a strong emphasis on excellent service and experience during our tours. Our primary goal is to be a leading company in sustainable tourism in Ireland and provide excellent customer service and a great variety of excursions to our customers. As part of our social responsibility policy, we support the local community and focus on building good relationships with our colleagues in the sector, our neighbours, our suppliers, and our customers.
Kerry Aqua Terra’s experienced crew members and skippers are fully licenced and approved by the Irish Maritime Administration. With your skipper and deckhand on board, you can enjoy a relaxing, enjoyable experience where you will relive the history of Valentia and the Skellig Coast through pictures, stories, walks, and facts that will surprise everyone.
Our crew believe in the company’s environmental policy, and together we are working towards sustainable tourism for the stunning island of Valentia, Co. Kerry, on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way through Kerry Aqua Terras tours and adventures.