Killarney National Park

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What people are saying about Killarney National Park

Alex and Frank were great guides. We covered a lot of territory. We got a great feel for the Irish countryside and learned a lot of history along the way. It was wonderful not to have to drive ourselves on the lefthandside of the road. The drive was broken up with a lot of mini-stops which was nice too. We had one great small bus (8 people) that was like new, super comfortable, and one large bus (46 people) that was in horrible shape and unsettling. The large bus used to have double pane windows but the outer panes were broken off in an accident earlier that week. There were shards of glass on the inside window ledge, and the window gapped open along the bottom as we went over bumps on the highway and on side roads. It also had condensation so we couldn't see the countryside. The expectation for the drivers is high. Each one of ours drove the entire way and did the narration. An 11-hour day in a vehicle is long. Wouldn't happen in my home country; wouldn't meet regulations.

It was a very nice two day trip through the breathtaking landscape of Ireland. Good organization and many photo stops rounded off the experience. We had booked the backpacker option (hostel with multiple rooms), which is well suited for individuals or travel groups, but if you want to go on a leisurely trip with your partner, you might want to consider the more expensive option with a double room.

The landscape along the way and the sites we visited are beautiful and amazing. Learned a lot about the Irish history and folk lore in an entertaining way from our guides.

Great to see a lot in a short time, however, a lot of time is wasted in the wrong places so that you have to take photos of the sights in a fast run

Daren was the best tour guide! We were able to explore all the coolest spots in Galway and Killsrney.