TOUR THE AMAZING ANCIENT KERRY CAVES
At the bosom of the Glannaruddery mountains, nestling near Castleisland town in Co. Kerry, nature has fashioned a story - Crag Cave.
Crag Cave is the result of millions of years of nature’s stone masonry and wild dancing rivers pushing through caverns – all culminating in the magical caves you will experience on your visit. A visit to Crag Cave Kerry will delight and enthral.
The friendly tour guides will be pleased to explain the origins of the cave, describe its many beautiful formations and introduce you to a world older than mankind.
Discovered in 1983, and thought to be over one million years old, Crag Cave is an all-weather attraction - a magical wonderland of stalagmites and stalactites. The cave itself is 3.8km long and you will be guided through 400m of it. All the tours are guided and last approximately 30 minutes. The temperature in the cave is 10 degrees.
Crag Cave is also home to the indoor and outdoor activity centre called 'The Crazy Cave', a haven for adults as well as children. It includes a three-tiered soft play system, mega astra slide, funball battle with cannon guns, soccer pitch, spiral slides, ballpools, baby area, under 5's and lots more!
The Visitor Centre includes the Garden Restaurant where you can enjoy delicious food. The centre also includes an excellent Gift Shop.
Kerry International Airport is 13kms from Crag Cave on the N23 roadway.
By car from from Dublin/Limerick: follow the M7 motorway to Limerick and take the N21 to Castleisland.
By car from Cork: Take the N22 Road to Killarney and to Farranfore. Turn left on the N23 to Castleisland.