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Meet the wild seals of Dublin Bay, a UNESCO-listed biosphere reserve known for its sand dunes and picturesque beaches, on this kayaking tour. With all your kayaking equipment provided free of charge, take to the waters of Bullock Harbor and enjoy the company of seals from the colony on nearby Dalkey Island. Look out for rare birds and enjoy the harbor views on this half-day escape into nature.
Taking safety measures
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
Gear/equipment sanitized between use
With the comfort of a small group (no more than 14 people) we jump into this adventure. We will travel to the West Coast of Ireland - the so called famous and stunning Wild Atlantic Way. We will march directly to the beach from Connolly Station, where the surf school will be waiting for us. We work with the most professional and experienced surf instructors in the island. An experience that you will never forget! In more than 5 years running this trips, we have never jumped into a single person that has not been surprised on how good surfing makes you feel! We also have to warn you to be ready for the stunning scenery that the Wild Atlantic Way has to offer. The local beach towns - famous for their fresh seafood and organic vegetables due to individual farmers around the area will get you impresed! After having a bit to eat and reloading our energy, we shall go back to the city.
Paddle through the heart of Dublin on a scenic kayaking tour and take in the sights from the water. Zip up your lifejacket, hop aboard your single or tandem kayak and set out along the river. Along the way, spot Dublin landmarks like the Ha’penny Bridge, O’Connell Bridge, Custom House, and the Jeanie Johnston ship.
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