Connemara: Coasteering on the Wild Atlantic Way
- Duration: 2.5 hours
Get off the beaten track and into a sea kayak at Bundouglas in Connemara for an unforgettable experience. Explore the Wild Atlantic Way from the salty waves as you set off on this exciting adventure. Expect to see stunning sea caves and arches created over hundreds of years by the power of the ocean, as well as a variety of marine life and perhaps even a dolphin. Kayak safely with your guides in and around the stunning Connemara coast and coves, and the magnificent cliffs near Cleggan Head. All necessary equipment is provided, including sit-on-top kayaks, paddles, wetsuits, buoyancy aids, and snorkeling gear. All you need to bring is your swimwear, a towel, a pair of sneakers you don’t mind getting wet, and perhaps a waterproof camera.
Get your adrenaline pumping with Coasteering, an exhilarating experience suitable for all levels. Explore Connemara’s west coast up-close like never before. Be ready to embrace a combination of adventure swimming, climbing, scrambling and cliff jumping. Explore the natural wonders of gullies, caves, cracks and different rock formations created by the sea. Each session is unique, as your expert guide will use one of various sites to ensure that you have the best experience Coasteering in Connemara. Benefit from your session being tailored to suit the group’s sense of adventure, fitness, and ability.
Set the day aside, pack a picnic, and get ready to explore the magnificent Connemara mountains on foot. Enjoy the surreal natural beauty of the area, stopping to take in the picturesque views. Suited to both beginners and experienced hikers, choose to be fully guided or step-up the adventure by learning the art of navigation using a map and compass. The Twelve Bens, the Maam Turks and the Mweelrea mountains in Connemara, Co Galway are all dominant topographical features in Ireland with some of the most stunning views in the country and are a "must do" when visiting the area.
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