Get up close and personal with the world’s most majestic birds of prey. Falconry experiences offer you an opportunity to meet, handle and fly a variety of these wonderful birds. This is an attraction suitable for all the family. We can guarantee excitement, fun and lots of photographic opportunities. The falconer can take you back in time to experience and participate in the ancient art of Falconry. An unforgettable experience will be had by all the family.
The art of falconry first began many centuries ago in the training of birds of prey to hunt for food. The falconer viewed this as a method of providing food for himself. Falconry is still practised and enjoyed today as a sport throughout the world, using the same type of birds and equipment. Very little has changed in the art of falconry to date. Documentary evidence suggests that the art of Falconry dates back to approximately 2,000 B.C.
Kingdom Falconry was established in 2012. Since then they have been providing unforgettable falconry experience for groups, families, and individuals. They offer the unique opportunity to get up close and personal with a variety of our majestic and awe-inspiring birds of prey: hawks, falcons eagles, and owls. They aim to provide education and entertainment as you interact with these amazing birds of prey.
A once-in-a-lifetime experience to interact first-hand with one of nature's top predators and viewing their aerial acrobatics and manoeuvrability in free flight against the backdrop of the MacGillycuddy Reeks which includes the highest mountain in Ireland namely Corran Tuathail (Carrauntoohil) situated in beauties home and heavens reflect Killarney. This wonderful and exciting experience that appeals to everybody of all ages and ability will be yours when you interact directly with the predator when it flies from aloft onto your gloved fist.
Falconry’s will run the experiences in most weather conditions, but will also want you to enjoy your experience. If the weather is predicted to be bad before your booked date, you can rearrange a new date.