Our hunting grounds

Irish Deer Hunting has large hunting areas in County Kerry in southwestern Ireland, mainly around Kenmare,  as well as hunting areas in the western part of County Cork.

Kerry, with its high mountains and numerous peninsulas, is described as one of the most beautiful places in Ireland. This is where the Sika lives. We hunt on about 50 to 60,000 acres. The areas consist of both barren cliffs, grassy meadows, and a mixture of old and new forest - ideal for the way of life of the Sika.

The hunting area lies close to Killarney National Park. This park is one of the places most visited by tourists in Ireland.  The park is famous for its beautiful lakes, as well as Muckross House and gardens. The park is also well known for its herd of Red Deer.  People travel from all over to see and hear the Red Deer in rutting season.

We hunt on one side of Mangerton mountain, which is 840 meters high.

Irelands highest mountain Carrauntoohil, which is 1,030 meters high, is not too far from Killarney.

Another of our hunting areas is near The Top of Coom, which is the highest pub in Ireland.  We sometimes call in for a pint of Guinness after the hunt if time permits.

A hunting trip with Irish Deer Hunting offers you both an exciting hunt and a great experience in the Irish countryside.