We kayaked out to this Island, which added to the experience. Once we arrived we had a tour of the location and learned of the monks that had once lived there. Then the Sika Deer showed up and that was an amazing experience as you can get very close to them to take pictures or to admire them grazing and... 更多
Loved being able to explore a place so rich in history. Just beautiful and the little deer walking around just added to the charm. it was also cold and misty with fog in the background - which made for fantastic photo's. Worth a boat ride to see it!
We hired a boatman at the back of Ross Castle to shuttle us across Lough Leane to Innisfallen Island & Abbey. It was a very windy day and the lake was quite choppy which just added to the adventure! Our boatman tied up at the small dock and we disembarked for about a half hour stroll through the Abbey. Once... 更多
This boat ride you take from the back of Ross Castle. Absolutely spectacular photography here. The boat ride is a fabulous experience and the captain is sure to find some rare bird in the trees. He narrates very well and you can be sure he has kissed the Blarney Stone. Complete with Iris music it's just a lovely take in... 更多
No visit to Killarney is complete without going for a walk around beautifully laid out gardens of Muckross House in Killarney National Park. But the gem in the crown of the National Park is Innisfallen Island, the largest island in Killarney's Lower Lake, particularly on a gloriously sunny day. Boatmen are available at Ross Castle to bring you out in... 更多
If you are interested in history at all this is worth visiting. We enjoyed a lovely ride via motor boat to the island where we were first met by a herd of deer. The ruins are impressive and the entire setting enjoyable.
Took short boat ride to island from Ross Castle. The island was filled with deer and had monastic ruins. The boat ride was short and had amazing views.