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July 3rd - 8th 2016 Dublin, Ireland

West Coast Kayaking, Sligo

“A bad day on the water is better than a good day in the office!”
Phone: +353 83 4370893

For Sea, River, Lake and Safety/Rescue trips and courses in the Northwest of Ireland and beyond. Coastal trips along the Wild Atlantic Way, especially along the stunning Mullaghmore headland coastline and Coney and Oyster Islands from Rosses Point. Sea and river kayaking, for groups of any sort – sea trips to enjoy the amazing coastline of Sligo and Donegal to the technical class V rivers of Donegal and even internationally.


Outdoor Dublin Kilmartin Lodge, Barnageera, Skerries, Co. Dublin

Phone: +353(0)18493333


Outdoor Dublin is the home of watersports on the east coast. Located in Skerries Co. Dublin, surrounded by beautiful sandy beaches, coves and islands. Often times you will see groups of kitesurfers and windsurfers out blasting around the coastline, or surfers catching mellow waves on the beach, or people Stand Up Paddling around the Islands just enjoying the weather. Outdoor Dublin’s goal is to provide people with an opportunity to learn these sports in a fun and safe environment.



Aran Islands Bike Frenchmans Beach, Kilronan, Aran Islands, Galway

“I can think. I can sleep. I can move. I can ride my bike. I can dream.”

Frenchmans Beach


Phone: +353 99 61132

Renting a bike on Inis Mor (Inishmore) and cycling around simply helps you have a great day and it’s the ideal way to get right to the heart of the Irish countryside and to explore the beauty of the country. The journey is not very long and is easy for most people to do and the route to Dun Aonghasa is relatively flat. You surely enjoy the isolation that the island offered and simply enjoyed being the fresh air. You can also appreciate the range of things to see such as: The seal colony, the various monuments and churches, The wild flowers and birds, The stone walls, The Cliff views and the view of The Cliffs of Moher.


See Dublin by Bike


Phone: +353 87 6955976


A bike tour covers much more of the city than a walking tour and is more intimate than a bus tour. It also allows the visitor access to lesser know places, streets and parks that are otherwise inaccessible. The tour takes in all the main sights, Dublin Castle, the General Post Office and Garden of Remembrance, the three Cathedrals, College Green, Merrion Square, Parnell Square, the Grand Canal Dock – everywhere from Guinness to Google.


Killarney & the Ring of Kerry

“Don’t let the rain spoil your holiday”

A wonderful adventure awaits you and yours in one of the most glorious regions of Ireland this season. Experience the raw beauty of the south on one of the country’s famously scenic routes. Beginning and ending in Killarney, the Ring of Kerry traces the coastline of the Iveragh Peninsula. The combination of ocean, islands and mountains with so many picturesque villages makes a trip to Kerry an exciting journey of discovery, whatever the weather.



Howth Guided Tours

Phone: +353(0)868967035


The tour begins in Howth village, with a short walk to the entrance of Deerpark estate and onto Howth Castle. Here it explain the local history from the Viking past right up until the present day. You can learn the history of the castle and take a walk through the world renowned Rhododendron gardens with over 400 recorded species. Their beautiful seasonal colours are sure to impress. We continue on through the enchanting forests and to a 2500 BC Megalithic Tomb known locally as Aideens grave. The climb to the top of Muck Rock will give spectacular 270 degrees views of the surrounding areas, namely the island of Irelands eye and Lambay, along with views out of Dublin city and the Wicklow mountains. Be sure to bring your camera to capture the amazing views too be seen. We continue through a fragrant heather and gorse meadow and to the popular cliff walk finishing up back at Howth Village.

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Connemara Pub Tours, Galway

“God invented whiskey so the Irish wouldn’t rule the world!”


+353 87 2238764

Connemara Pub Tours offers visitors to the West of Ireland an opportunity to experience the unique beauty of the Connemara landscape while also sampling some of the best food and drink the area has to offer. The tour departs Galway each afternoon on a daily basis (subject to demand) and takes visitors on a 5 hour trip through North and South Connemara stopping off in towns and villages such as Oughterard, Maam Valley, Casla, Spiddal and Furbo beofre arriving back in Galway for 7pm. During this time, we will stop off in 5 of Connemara’s best pubs and visitors will have 30 minutes to enjoy some food or drink, chat with the locals, sing a song or try their hand at a couple of phrases in Gaelic (Irish language) with the bar staff, before continuing on to the next location.


Dublin Pubs, Bewery & Distillery Tour

Phone: +353(0)877717955


Dublin is renowned for its famous traditional pubs. Steeped in history, each pub has its own unique story and atmosphere. Combined with the world famous Guinness Brewery and Jameson Whiskey Distillery, this is undoubtedly a symbol of Irish culture. A guided tour that will bring you to the heart of that culture, from creation to consumption, the cycle of infamous Irish drinks.



Newgrange & Hill of Tara Tour, Dublin

“Love is never defeated, and I could add, the history of Ireland proves it.”


+353 1 8980700

Day Tour from Dublin to Newgrange – visiting Newgrange burial chamber, the Hill of Tara & Howth Summit. Newgrange, the UNESCO World heritage site, dated 3,200BC and one of the oldest Neolithic burial chambers in Europe (predating the Egyptian pyramids!) Newgrange tours from Dublin includes a guaranteed visit to the tomb at Newgrange. The journey through ancient Ireland continues onto the Hill of Tara, seat of the Irish High Kings.

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Malahide Village & Castle Tour

Phone: +353(0)877717955


Malahide is located on Dublin’s coast and is a truly traditional Irish town. Featuring a stunning coastline, marina, and Malahide Castle there is plenty to see in the town. However, it’s beauty is perhaps best captured in the atmosphere of the village itself. Ideal for experiencing true Irish culture, the town has many shops and markets, coffee shops and restaurants as well as busy pubs.