Dingle Guided Walks
Guided Walks Available On The Dingle Peninsula
Having spent most of his life living and working in Dingle, and many years working in the Tourism Industry, Colm Bambury set up Dingle Walks to cater for those who wished to walk Dingle Peninsula, without the worry of where to go, or how to get back to where one started. He has spent many years walking in various parts of Ireland and Europe. Colm also took part in walks in Russia and Argentina for charity.
In 2007, he organised an re-enactment of The Historical Pilgrimage from Dingle to Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain on board the replica Famine Ship the Jeanie Johnston. Twenty eight others sailed with Colm to A Coruna, Spain and walked the Camino Ingles as people had done hundreds of years ago. It was the first time in over 400 years the pilgrimage took place. Colm was invited in 2010, to give a talk in Trinity College Dublin on the Voyage.
In August 2011, while out walking THE SAINTS’ ROAD – COSÁN na NAOMH, Colm made an archaelogical discovery. A SPIRAL MOTIF possibly 4,000 plus years old.
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