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Killarney National Park, Killarney
Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
Discover Ireland's true colors at Killarney National Park, prized by nature lovers for its lakes, mountain peaks, and oak and yew woodlands. This national park, the first established in Ireland, shelters the country's only native herd of red deer. Protected as a biosphere reserve of international importance, the park encompasses over 10,000 hectares (25,000 acres) with vast sections available for hiking, cycling, boating, and fishing. The park also contains one of the country's foremost stately homes and gardens, noted for its collection of original furnishings and fully restored Victorian glasshouses. Ask your guide to take you on a horse-drawn ride through the park, or take a boat trip on the three interconnected lakes. Using our custom trip planner, Killarney attractions like Killarney National Park can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Petite journée en couple. Très beau paysage . Très beau point de vue. Que ce soit a ladies view ou au torc waterfallSmall day in a relationship. Very beautiful landscape. Very nice point of view. Whether it is a ladies view or the torc waterfallshow original
We took a jaunting car through the park to ross Castle. What a great experience enjoyed despite the rain.
Dreamy scenery and picturesque town. Killarney part of Royal Irish Tours - coach tour was called Irish Twist. Fantastic package - great hotels, meals and all baggage handled. Experienced and knowledge... read more »
This was one of the top places of our visit to Ireland. We got to see a waterfall, take a carriage ride, see Muckross House, hiked around, and we got to meet a bunch of wonderful people enjoying the outdoors with us. This was a great location and great for people of all ages! It's so much fun to go explore and you can make it as cheap or expensive as you want too. It was free to go in, but you could pay for the carriage rides (worth it!) and could pay for the treats they had for sale around the park.
A walk at the national park could be liberating to one's thoughts. It involves a lot of walking so make sure you have the entire day to admire its sprawling beauty. Highlights would include the ross castle, the governor's rock, the library point and the mining trail. Take some time to sit down by the lake side and just contemplate. Observe nature take its course and observe the interaction of other visitors. Nothing is more real than that kind of experience. Make sure to bring your camera and snap lots of pictures.
This is a mandatory place for anyone who can get here. I suggest a bicycle or car. Bring your camera! I wish I had more time to spend here. Such a tranquil place. You can also hire a horsie ride from the town and that's a pretty good trip.
This is one of the top spots in the entire country to visit. Beautiful scenery, stunning views, lakes, trees, nature... Great for relaxing, walking, cycling; for singles or families - this place cannot be missed. Whether you live in Ireland or coming from abroad - this spot should be #1 on your visit list. Cannot recommend enough.
Krishna Kaushal Panduru
Beautiful park. Park your car at the muckross house and walk around the place. Don't miss the other scenic spots around
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