We did a modified Beara itinerary spending more time in Glengarif and Kenmare because that's where my ancestry is probably from, rather than spending more time to do the entire Beara peninsula out to the end. Peter did a great job, giving us commentary and observations, and picking out interesting places to stop and take pictures.
From Killarney, we went through the national park and stopped at the Torc waterfall, which was not crowded in the morning since the ring of Kerry tour busses go around the ring counter clockwise and wouldn't come through here until the afternoon. We stopped at Molly Gallivan's, which had a period cottage where she her businesses in the early 1800's = around the time my ancestors were near there.
Glengarriff was nice - smaller than I thought, with only an intersection and a block or two of main buildings in the center of town. A shop and some pubs may be owned by some of my long-lost cousins (I suppose I'm the one who's lost).
The centerpiece had to be the Healy Pass - just remarkable views on both sides of the top. Wasn't socked in at all on the day we went, although we could see the lines of clouds against the mountains. Watch out for the wind!
We had more time in Kenmare, like we wanted, for a lunch stop, which was good that we had a couple hours.