A Self-Guided Nature Tour allows you to enjoy a leisurely walk around our Wild Wetlands Nature Park. This is ideal for people who want to take their time and enjoy the peace and quiet.
Exploring our trails and meandering through our reedbeds you will be immersed in the wonderful world of native wetlands wildlife . You will gain access to a 20-metre viewing and observation tower overlooking the property and the greater Tralee Bay with spectacular views of the Sliabh Mish and Stacks Mountains as well as the myriad of waterfowl and wading birds feeding the river Lee which creates the North-West boundary of our property.
If you choose to you can sit and rest in the peace of our hides to watch birds which nest and feed in our marshes or enjoy munching on the abundance of vegetables and fruits that are in our gardens.
The tour is facilitated by the information panels dotted around key locations of the park, a physical copy of the map and spotter sheets are provided on entry.
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It takes on average approx. 45mins – 1hour to explore the Wild Wetlands Nature Reserve by foot.
Tralee Bay Wetlands Eco & Activity Park strives to be accessible & an enjoyable experience and attraction to all. Only guide dogs and assistance animals are allowed within the nature reserve. The area to the 20metre viewing tower has a tarmacadam pathway and is suitable for wheelchair users. The Tower has an elevator.
To avail of student and senior rate tickets you must produce a valid relevant photo ID with you to admissions.