Killarney National Park, Killarney

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National Park
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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  • We just walked a few miles in the area of Ross Castle. It is a very pleasant place on a beautiful day. Our walk took us from ross Castle along the edge Lough Leane, the Killarney lower lake. You are i...  more »
  • I have made over 20,000 steps in this park from which the Ring of Kerry. The thing I liked most is the Abbey which is free and inside and outside is you breathless. Missing Windows and is somewhat dilapidated but beautiful are the glimpses, and particularly the cloister with the tree in the middle. Care to take us kids because there are points where not reported unprotected and could fall below. I enjoyed the views even in the woods with ponds and trees from strange forms and I arrived until the meeting of the two lakes. The castle we drove in through another entrance. Very nice, but we arrived late so we can get in.
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  • My training for the next marathon was put into action in this park. Breathtaking views,great stable pathways,fishing lakes and children's playground... what more could anyone ask for ...  more »