Bound on 3 sides by the Atlantic Ocean, warmed by the Gulf Stream, the Kerry Geopark's temperate climate and lack of development gives rise to incredible biodiversity off our shores and in our magnificant rocky landscape. From the shore, you can witness gannets diving for mackerel, often accompanied by a shoal of dolphins; venture out by boat to see puffins on Skelligs and find whales and sharks further out. See salmon leaping in the rivers and learn about the ancient Arctic char in our lakes. Visit Derrynane National Park and explore the woodland, sanddunes and rock pools to find a stunning array of wildlife and plants. The lucky few may even spot the White Tailed Sea Eagle fishing in Lough Currane.