Frequently Asked Questions about our Killarney Horse Tours
Are the Killarney National Park horse tours available year around?
Yes, although times may vary depending on time of year.
How long do the rides last?
Rides may be of 1, 2 or 3 hour duration
Where do we ride in Killarney National Park?
The trails go through the Killarney National Park North of Lough Lein, (the largest of the three lakes in Killarney) taking in views of Ross Castle and Ross Island, panoramic views of Innisfallen Island & Surrounding Mountains. The Kenmare Estate and the majestic mountains surrounding Killarney can all be appreciated.
What languages do the guides speak?
German, French, Spanish and Swedish are spoken.
What equipment is needed?
None, Riding Helmets and Rubber boots are supplied (no extra charge)
How can payment be made?
All Major Credit Cards are accepted: Visa, MasterCard, and Laser.
What if I am a nervous horse rider?
All rides are supervised by guides with special care taken of nervous or beginner riders, all levels of riding experience are catered for (walk, trot and canter depending on ability), riders are grouped according to their abilities.
Are reservations necessary?
Yes, Advance booking is required; this can be done via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or Telephone: Ireland + 353 (0) 64 66 31686
Do you offer group discounts?
Yes. If you have a group of 8+ riders we can offer your group a reduction on all our rates. Additionally, if you are the organiser of 10 or more riders we will let you ride out free of charge. Please note that these discounts apply only to groups booking directly with our office in person or by phone on + 353 (0) 64 66 31686.