Killarney National Park, County Kerry

Killarney National Park, County Kerry

Killarney National Park, County Kerry
  • Richard Clancy, Local Walking Guide, Killarney National Park, County Kerry

    Join local guide, Richard Clancy, for our guided virtual tours around Killarney National Park every day of the year. Tours are Irish-language friendly.

    Richard has received 209 x 5-star reviews on Trip Advisor!
    "Really fantastic walking tour, high recommended" - Lucy
    "A stroll in nature with R...

  • Ross Island, Killarney, County Kerry

    Enjoy one of Killarney's most loved walking trails on the shores of Loch Lein. Join local guide Richard Clancy as he brings you around Ross castle and past 4,000-year-old copper mines.


  • Muckross Abbey, Killarney, County Kerry

  • Innisfallen, Ross Island, County Kerry

    Loch Lein boatman Charlie Fleming deftly drives his boat through the waters of Killarney's magical 'Lake of Learning', telling us about the island we're going to visit - Innisfallen, home to monks and scholars in the 11th - 13th century. Enjoy refreshing views of Killarney's lake while watching t...

  • Ladies View, Derrycunihy, County Kerry

    Ladies view that Queen Victoria, and her ladies-in-waiting, enjoyed when visiting here in 1861.

  • Torc & Old Kenmare Road, Killarney National Park, County Kerry

    Walk past Torc waterfall that comes roaring down from the mountain above you. Hike up along a gorgeous walking trail as dappled sun shines through the canopy of trees to greet you as you walk the Old Kenmare Road amongst moorland and heath looking out over Friars Glen.

  • Gap of Dunloe, Dunloe, County Kerry

    View the wonderful Gap of Dunloe from the Wishing Bridge.

  • Struicin, MacGillycuddy Reeks, County Kerry

    Starting out on an old turf road, you surely climb towards to summit with gorgeous views of the Gap of Dunloe, Muckross Lake and the MacGillycuddy Reeks, Ireland's highest mountain range. Local man Richard Clancy will fill you in on the details, but for now, enjoy the view!

  • O'Sullivans Cascades, Tomies, County Kerry

    Enjoy the sound of rushing water at O'Sullivan's Cascades within Killarney's ancient oak forest.