Ecotourism

“Responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the Environment and improves the well-being of local people”. (TIES, 1990)

Bromore Cliffs is on a family farm and is owned and managed by Mike and Eilish Flahive.

The pathways are fenced for the safety of the visitors and for the protection of the environment and its unique flora and fauna. The viewing areas were carefully selected in consultation with The National Parks and Wildlife, The National Monuments and the local authority Kerry County Council. They were positioned to minimize damage or disturbance to the Wildlife or the Prehistoric Forts.

We fully support Ecotourism Ireland, Birdwatch Ireland and Leave No Trace Ireland and adhere to their guidelines.

Bromore Cliffs is within a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and we appreciate its importance in Wildlife conservation. We daily monitor visitor effect and implement any changes necessary. We like to meet as many visitors as possible to welcome them and get feedback on how we can improve their experience and their stay in the local area. There is also a comment book and helpline number displayed for the same purpose.

There are information panels along the walk for the independent self-guided visitors explaining local place names, history and legend.

We do guided group tours ideally pre booked one week in advance.

We encourage visitors to use public transport as much as possible to get to the area and if using a car to share with friends.

Bromore Cliffs are a unique experience, “a must see” if in Kerry.