Fota Wildlife Park
Fota Wildlife Park is a 75-acre wildlife park located in Fota Island, County Cork. The park was opened in 1983 by the then President of Ireland Patrick Hillery and is home to almost 30 mammals and 50 bird species. The park has gone from strength to strength after record breaking visitors, along with the redevelopment of facilities in 2010 and 2011. It is the most popular tourist destination in Cork and in the top 10 in Ireland. Fota Wildlife Park is a non-profit organisation and is a registered charity. Some of the animals include the Colombian Black Spider Monkey, Eastern Grey Kangaroo, Chilean Flamingo, Cheetah, Grants Zebra, Red Panda, Rothschild Giraffe and much more.
Castle Executive Coaches drive to all the top tourist attractions in Ireland including Fota Wildlife Park. Fota Wildlife Park is approximately 1 hour and 48 minutes from Shannon Airport. Contact Us today to arrange your trip to the park.