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As we didn’t have a car when we first visited Fota Wildlife, the train was the best option to get from Cork City to the island. So, hop on the train in Kent Station- Cork City, not any train, but the one going towards Cobh and enjoy the journey which takes about 15 minutes then hop off in Fota train station. The return ticket for one it’s €9.70 and it can be used all day.The entrance is just at a stone’s throw from the train station and once you get inside you won’t want to come back, trust me. Since the beginning of your exciting journey your hosts will be a cheerful kangaroo and some colorful peacocks. I know I’ve created some bonds, just ask the kangaroo, he’s my bestie. If your kid is travelling with you, I bet he’d be your number one fan for life. If not, don’t worry, we all have something childish in our heart, so just enjoy it! So, you’re inside now. First thing first, grab your map from the entrance or from here, as the estate is pretty big and you do want to see everything. Otherwise, info panels are placed all over the park. We didn’t have a map, so we just started to walk on the opposite way, but was a good thing as we saved the best for last: The Asian Sanctuary.Cris
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