Meet your guide across from St. Mary’s Cathedral outside O’Shea’s Funeral Home for this walking tour of Killarney National Park. Led by a private guide, this tour can be lengthened and customized to your needs.
As you walk, your guide shares local history, including how St. Mary’s Cathedral was once used as a shelter during the great famine. You might stop at the nearby Deenagh Lodge, a historic gate lodge, now a popular seasonal tea room.
As you explore the national park on foot, look for red deer grazing in the fields take in the sweeping mountain and lake views. Led by a local guide, this off the beaten path tour has a mascot in Rua, the friendly red setter.