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Getting Lost In Killarney National Park

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Killarney National Park
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Getting Lost In Killarney National Park

On this immersive tour of Ireland’s Killarney National Park, Atlas Unlimited take viewers journey through a breathtaking landscape full of hidden gems. From the thunderous roar of Torc Waterfall to the stunning grandeur of Muckross House, travellers get to experience nature at its finest in 4k ultra-high definition.

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The Ring of Kerry is an incredibly beautiful and iconic part of Ireland that should be on everyone’s must-visit list. Killarney National Park offers up some seriously stunning vistas, landscapes and attractions making it one of the most desirable places to explore in the Emerald Isle.

Established as a national park in 1932 by Irish statesman Eamon de Valera, Killarney National Park covers over 10,000 ha (100 km2) of woodlands, waterfalls and lakes – with the highest peaks in Ireland reaching 925m. This stunning park is home to many native Irish species, such as red deer and Sika deer which roam freely across the landscape.

The most popular attraction in Killarney National Park is Torc Waterfall – a 60-foot drop over the side of a mountain that cascades into the depths below. The views of nature from here are incredible, especially on a sunny day when rainbows dance across the surface of the falls – creating an ethereal sight for all to enjoy.

For those who prefer indoors activities, Muckross House offers up an educational experience like no other. This stunning 19th Century estate is full of history and culture, and visitors to this attraction can get a real sense of what life would have been like in those times.

As the day draws to a close, why not take a walk along an ancient Irish bog trail with one of Killarney’s local shepherds? Here you will learn about the fascinating wildlife that lives in the area, and also take in some seriously breathtaking views as you explore terrain that has remained relatively untouched for centuries.

These are just some of the highlights available within Killarney National Park – there are plenty more sights, sounds and experiences to be had here too! From horse riding across rolling green hills to enjoying nature walks and spotting local wildlife, Killarney National Park really has something for everyone.

The park is open year-round with different activities available in each season. Spring brings a delightful array of flowers in bloom. Summer is all about outdoor pursuits such as hiking, cycling and kayaking; while autumn’s stunning colours will have you snapping away digital photos like never before!

Killarney National Park offers up some truly incredible experiences that are sure to stay with travellers long after they leave the Emerald Isle. The mix of natural beauty, culture and history make this park an unforgettable destination – so what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and get ready to explore this magical wonder of the world!

Atlas Unlimited Unveils The Beauty Of Ireland

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Atlas Unlimited Unveils The Beauty Of Ireland
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Atlas Unlimited Unveils The Beauty Of Ireland

Atlas Unlimited takes viewers on a captivating hour-long travel documentary of the Emerald Isle. Viewers will join them as they explore Ireland, starting in Dublin and making their way to Glendalough Cathedral, Huntington CastleKillarney National ParkDingle Peninsula and The Cliffs of Moher.

Why You Need The Ultimate Ireland Travel Guide (it’s Free)

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The Ultimate Ireland Travel Guide

Why You Need The Ultimate Ireland Travel Guide (it’s Free)

Are you planning a trip to Ireland? If so, then the Ultimate Ireland Travel Guide is an essential resource. From money and travel documents to facts about Ireland and Irish customs, this guide will give you all the information you need for your trip.

The Ring of Kerry, Ireland’s most famous drive

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To visit Ireland and not explore the Ring of Kerry is like visiting Ireland and not trying a pint of Guinness, it’s just not right…

Ring of Kerry

Is Driving The Ring Of Kerry Dangerous?

No, but you have to be a cautious driver. You’re driving on roads that are close to the cliff edge and if you go over, you’ll go under.

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Last updated May 29, 2023


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Michael Maher

Sunday 18th of June 2023

Frozen lakes in Killarney for skating? Funny !!!!