Killarney Valley & National Park Tour

Killarney Valley & National Park Tour


Enjoy your 6 hour tour of the Killarney Valley and National Park with full information provided by your driver. You visit Aghadoe’s round tower and the Pugin designed St. Mary’s Cathedral (1842). You will visit Ross Castle on the shores of Lough Lein. Next stop, is Muckross House and Gardens where you will also visit the Muckross Traditional Farm’s. Travelling through the National Park, your next stop is Ladies View, ending your tour with a visit to Torc Waterfall.

Killarney Valley

Your tour begins with a 9.30am pick up from your accomadation by your driver. You willvisit Aghadoe which offers panoramic views over Killarney’s Lakes and Mountains. You will visit the Pugin designed St. Mary’s Cathedral (1842). From here, you will visit Ross Castle thought to have been built in the 15th century, and sits on the shores of Lough Lein. Moving on, you will visit Muckross House and Garden’s along with Muckross Traditional Farm’s. Muckross House is a mansion built in Elizabethan style in 1843. You will have time for lunch here and you can also visit the craft shop, where you will see the Muckross potter’s at work. Next, you will visit Ladies View.

The viewing area received its name during the 1861 visit of Queen Victoria to Ireland. Ladies View offers marvelous views of the valleys, lakes and hills, including the Black Valley, the Upper and Middle Lakes, McGillycuddy Reeks and the Gap of Dunloe. This is a perfect spot for picture taking, the site also includes Ladies View Café. Your next stop is Torc Waterfall, set in a beautiful natural woodland area. After the completion of your tour, enjoy the stress free drop off to your hotel.

This 6 hour tour will give you special holiday memories of your Killarney visit.

We thought we had seen Killarney until we got this tour, simply amazing.

Pat & Crystal, Missouri




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