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Driving Directions

From Dublin, or the South:

Take the M3 from Blanchardstown in the direction of Cavan.
(1) As you approach Cavan Town, take the third exit at the main roundabout following the signs for Enniskillen and Ballyshannon. Stay on this main road and after 14 minutes, you arrive at the Belturbet Roundabout.

(2) Continue on straight taking the 2nd exit here towards Enniskillen. Continue on for 8km. Take a right turn at Teemore Cross.

(3) The sign says: Lisnaskea 9 – you are now in County Fermanagh and road-signs are in miles. Follow this road for 3 miles going in the direction of Geaglum Quay and Inish Rath Island. Continue on this road to it’s conclusion, following the signs to Inish Rath Island. (Just before you come to Geaglum jetty there’s an Inish Rath 1/4 mile sign). Continue on gravel road towards Inish Rath until you see the sign for the ferry.

Coming from the North (Derry, Donegal, Omagh):

Aim for Enniskillen. The road approaching Enniskillen is the A32. In Enniskillen, aim for Dublin on the Sligo Road (A4).
A mile out of town centre take first exit or go left at roundabout following signs for Dublin.
10 miles South of Enniskillen you come to Derrylin. On the other side of this one-street village take a left onto the B127 towards Lisnaskea.
After 3 miles look for the Inish Rath Island signs from here. The first sign will have you make a right turn off the B127.
Continue on gravel road towards Inish Rath until you see the sign for the ferry.

Coming from the Belfast and the East:

Take the M1 which leads onto the A4 in the direction of Enniskillen.
12 miles before reaching Enniskillen look for the left turn taking you to Lisnaskea. At Lisnaskea there is a primary roundabout beside Lidl Supermarket. Go onto main street here by taking 2nd exit and drive down the road.
After 1 minute you come to smaller mini-roundabout (a painted circle) on Main Street and take the right turn taking you towards Derrylin on the B127 road, which you follow for 5 miles.
You cross over a first and then a second bridge over the lake (both bridges are approx 100 metres long). Take next turn left and follow signs to Inish Rath from here.
Continue on gravel road towards Inish Rath until you see the sign for the ferry.

Coming from the West (Sligo):

Aim for Enniskillen.
Before entering the town take a right (or second exit) at the roundabout and aim for Dublin on the A509 (N3).
10 miles South of Enniskillen you come to Derrylin. On the other side of this one-street village take a left onto the B127 towards Lisnaskea.
After 3 miles look for the Inish Rath Island signs from here. The first sign will have you make a right turn off the B127.
Continue on gravel road towards Inish Rath until you see the sign for the ferry.

 

 

Visit Krishna Island

Sunday is the perfect day to visit.

Our “Sunday Feast” runs from midday till around 3:30, and is a great way to find out more about the Hare Krishna culture, philosophy, and way of life.

Everyone is welcome.

The Timetable Can Be Seen Here

Visiting Krishna Island Temple by Bus from Dublin

 

Visiting day is Sunday. Coach departs from Busarus in Dublin at 9.30am. End destination is “Donegal” but for Krishna Island (Inish Rath Island) you get off the bus at Belturbet around 12 noon.

Taxis cost around €15. Phone either 087 2561243 (Benny) or 086 3755107 (Seamus – 7 seater car). As Belturbet is a small town taxi drivers are up late on Saturday night, so it is common for them to not have their phones turned on earlier on Sunday morning, therefore best to pre-book taxi on Saturday for 12 noon Sunday. Also, after driving for nearly two hours, the coach takes a 10-mins rest break in Cavan town. From the moment the coach drives off again is the time when you need to phone the taxi driver to confirm you are on the bus (he’ll then know that you’ll be in Belturbet 15-mins later)

You should arrive at the ferry boat quay for around 12.20pm which is also the ferry boat departure time. To make sure the ferry man knows you are coming, text him when you are on the bus on 0044 77 08258030.

Request return taxi for 3.40pm and tell taxi driver that you are on the 4.05pm coach from Belturbet to Dublin.

Phone:

Temple Building – (UK) 028 677 23878  /  (Eire) 048 677 23878  /  (International) +44 28677 23878

Email:

Inquiries To Temple: info@krishnaisland.com

Write to us here:

Hare Krishna Temple,
Krishna Island,
Derrylin,
Co Fermanagh BT92 9GN

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