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I recommend to book a ride in a horse stable to join the Killarney National Park.
It is a very nice, big, quiet and clean park. The deers are in separate areas and safe. You are allowed to ride directly in that separated areas close...More
I've done a bit of walking through beautiful Killarney Park in the past so this time I treated myself to a horse and carriage ride.....great fun....amusing and informed driver......and a private tour ....one of the advantages of off season travel !
Absolutely loved Killarney National Park. After driving through city after city, it was such a wonder respite to get out of the car and walk around the park. It was a bit chilly from the breeze so I would just make sure you have something...More
Killarney national park is very big and you can spend lots of time here enjoying forests, mountains and lakes as well as Muckross Hpuse and a spooky abbey.
I walked from Torc falls west to the lakes and from there to Muckross Abbey. Searching for...More
getting off the beaten track. There's a lot more to the National Park than just Ross Castle and Muckross House, and the obvious walks from the Cathedral entrance. Explore, and follow little tracks to discover fascinating corners of this park, shorelines and hidden groves. See...More
A brand new visitor centre opened at Killarney House this year and we had the privilege of visiting on a Sunday morning when we almost had the place to ourselves. Amazing interactive elements along with clear and well presented displays made this a very informative...More
You can pick them up in the centre of the town opposite the International Hotel and just down from the Killarney Park. Yes they are very flexible but you should agree the price and where you want to go/stop/visit before you... More
You can pick them up in the centre of the town opposite the International Hotel and just down from the Killarney Park. Yes they are very flexible but you should agree the price and where you want to go/stop/visit before you commence your journey. Harvey’s are flexible and the ‘right’ jarvey will also be entertaining as they are very knowledgeable and great at telling stories about the Park and its history. Enjoy.
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We went on a hop-on hopp-off tour bus so we didn’t have a lot of time at the waterfall. We were told that if we “climbed the steps” we would miss our ride back. So unfortunately didn’t get to see the top of the waterfall but... More
We went on a hop-on hopp-off tour bus so we didn’t have a lot of time at the waterfall. We were told that if we “climbed the steps” we would miss our ride back. So unfortunately didn’t get to see the top of the waterfall but it was pretty down at the lower sections. If I ever get a chance to go again, I would love to trek to the top. It wasn’t very crowded and that was in the middle of the day.