Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre & Nature Reserve with its 20 metre high viewing and observation tower, an eco-friendly visitor centre and a Lakeside Café & Bistro, Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre is a must see attraction in Tralee.
The state of the art centre is divided into two zones: – an activity zone and a nature zone. With Pedal Boats, Rowboats and Canoes for hire, and even water zorbing available as activities – you’ll be kept busy on the activity lake, or if you’re feeling less energetic, why not take in the Interactive Wildlife Exhibition, take a Guided Nature Boat Tour, and see the Bird Hides.
Being a designated Natura 2000 site and of international importance, Tralee Bay Nature Reserve encompasses over 8000 acres, extending from Tralee town to the Maharees Islands, and it utilises the rich natural heritage of the Tralee Bay area, giving visitors an opportunity to take in the spectacular views around them.
Vibrant on the one hand, tranquil on the other, whether you are looking for an all action activity outdoor day or a quiet and peaceful break from the stresses of modern living, there is a range of options available to you. For further information visit www.traleebaywetlands.org.