Easter Break Activities to get the blood flowing
Activities and Adventures for all the family!
Kids Eco Surf Camp runs throughout the Easter holidays 2 fun packed hours each day open to all kids from ages 8-16 years. We appreciate that being a parent is not always easy, so this is why we leave these camps as flexible as possible, kids can go for as little or as many lessons as they want! Aloha Surf School, Fanore, Co Clare >>
The Perfect Easter Break If you’re keen to get the family active in outdoor activities – Someday is now. Don’t just sign up for any old canoeing activity. Go With The Flow River Safaries are the adventures you dream of.Do something unique and go where few other tourists get to experience. Spend some quality time paddling some of the most enchanting waterways in Ireland. Go With The Flow, Monasterevin, Co Kildare >>
Irish Seaweed Safaris Join our 4th generation Seaweed Foragers and enjoy the spectacular shore walk from the rugged coastline of Caherush meandering along the shoreline enjoying nostalgic views looking out on Spanish Point Bay along with the spectacular Cliffs of Moher and the Aran Islands. Irish Seaweed Safaris, Caherush, Co Clare >>
Gold Panning Every Saturday We’ve seen the movies, identified the ‘prospector’, imagined the thrill of striking GOLD! We can promise lots of fun, beautiful landscapes, a great guide, lots of camaraderie and, maybe, a little bit of gold… Avoca Tours, Avoca, Co Wicklow >>
Burren Rocks Vertical A day climbing is, in a way, the oddest day out! It flips from relaxed and chilled at the base of a cliff, sea pounding in the background and birds passing over head, so relaxed. Just minutes ago you were enjoying an intense adrenaline-filled rock climb. Available every Tuesday and Thursday Adventure Burren, Carron, Co Clare >>
Mountain skills Level 2 26th April 2014 – Two day course Courses are broken down into modules to cover map reading, feature recognition, pacing and timing, taking and following a compass bearing, a short night navigation exercise, understanding mountain weather and its effects, how to organise and plan a safe walk, equipment and environmental issues. Walking Hiking Ireland, Glendalough, Co Wicklow >>