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15th Century Ross Castle viewed from Killarney National Park

Explore. Dream. Discover

Soak up the tranquil landscapes and reflecting waters of Lough Leane from a comfortable, covered, heated vessel: MV Pride of the Lakes. Live commentary helps you enjoy scenery from the peaks of Magillycuddy’s Reeks to the ruins of Innisfallen Abbey, and maybe even spot eagles or sika deer. Multiple departures daily.

Experience Killarney

Cruise the beautiful Lakes of Killarney with the M.V Pride of the Lakes. Setting sail from the 15th century Ross Castle, enjoy our eco-friendly tour on Lough Leane. Or experience the sights of Killarney National Park from the traditional Jaunting Car. Operating all year-round, the Killarney Jaunting car trip is a “must” for every one visiting Killarney. Full commentary on our tours are provided by Billy “the Jarvey” and Johnny, “the Skipper” of the MV Pride of the Lakes. 

Waterbus Tour



Cruise Killarney's beautiful lakes with the M.V Pride of the Lakes. Family Tickets Available

Killarney Experience



Combine our cruise and jaunting car tour for a unique experience. *price based on 4 people

Jaunting Car



Explore Killarney National Park from a traditional Jaunting Car. *price based on 4 people

Waterbus Experience Tour Times


Killarney Combination Tour Times


Jaunting Car Experience Tour Times


Killarney Scenic Tours

Our scenic tours on Lough Leane, Killarney’s largest and most picturesque lake, and Killarney National Park offers fantastic sights of many famous heritage attractions including Ross Castle, O’Sullivan Cascade and the monastic ruins of Inisfallen Island. This Killarney waterbus tour is an enjoyable Killarney’s lakes and mountains trip to relax and view Killarney lakes and mountains. This Killarney Lake tour lasts approximately one hour.

Book today to experience the wonders of Killarney National Park!

Ross Castle is a 15th-century tower house and keep on the edge of Lough Leane, in Killarney National Park, County Kerry, Ireland.
Innisfallen or Inishfallen is an island in Lough Leane; one of the 3 Lakes of Killarney found in the Killarney National Park, and is home to the ruins of Innisfallen Abbey, one of the most impressive archaeological remains dating from the early Christian period.
Massive Pine Trees in Killarney-National-Park
15th Century Ross Castle viewed from Killarney National Park

Cruising the Lakes of Killarney

We are long established Killarney tour operators providing eco friendly traditional Irish jaunting car & boat tours around the Killarney National Park. We are the premier sightseeing tour of Killarney with a choice of morning and afternoon tours.
Killarney Lake Tours map

Killarney, take it all in...

Our tour offers a unique opportunity to experience Killarney National Park. Relax and enjoy all the scenic beauty of Killarney. This is a spectacular experience, taking in the scenes of gentle low land, scattered islands on the lake in the shadow of the towering ruggedness of the McGillcuddy Reeks Mountain Range and learn about the flora, fauna and historical heritage of the area.

Previous Guest Reviews and Experiences

Great way to spend a hour. Beautiful, informative and relaxing. Great friendly captain.
Highly recommended.
Orlando, Florida
Good cruise with useful commentary and knowledge of the area. Very rainy day so very few passengers on the cruise but this gave more time for talk and questions.
Briitish Columbia
Really enjoyed our boat trip. Very knowledgble guide.
Well worth taking the time to go out on the boat.
Benalmadena, Spain
Pleasant one hour cruise on a lovely day. Fun boat captain/guide with educational anecdotes. Efficiently run. The van picked us up in town and returned us.
Nancy H
Jackson, United States

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