In western Ireland, 2,000 hectares of diverse ecosystems are protected as Connemara National Park. Explore the park’s hiking trails with an expert naturalist guide who will elucidate the park’s great assets, representing many of the country’s most iconic ecosystems and species.
4,000-year-old megalithic tombs stand somber in quiet clearings, the silence punctuated only by the song of a solitary skylark. Bogs host fascinating carnivorous flora. Marvel at impressive peaks, including some of the famous Twelve Bens.
Stroll through heaths bounding with field mice, foxes, and rabbits, while a sparrowhawk circles overhead, searching for prey. This is wild Ireland.