Coasteering is amazing! Explore Ireland’s west coast up close from a completely unique angle. Coasteering is a combination of adventure swimming, climbing, scrambling and cliff jumping were you will be exploring gullies, caves, cracks and different rock formations created by the sea.
Every Coasteering session is different and we use a number of different sites that our expert guides know inside out to insure we will provide you with an amazing Coasteering session in Connemara.
Coasteering can be for everyone, we will tailor each session to suit the groups sense of adventure, fitness, and ability. This is an action packed, adrenaline pumping activity and is our most popular new activity at Real Adventures, one not to be missed whilst your visiting Connemara.
“First time to experience Coasteering – fantastic time with Real Adventures. This activity involves exploring the coastline on land and water around Ballyconneely near Clifden. Clare and Stephen were outstanding with our family, taking great care with our 11 year old daughter but also giving us a brilliant time. Wetsuits and all the gear were provided. This is definitely something which we would like to do again.” Tripadvisor April
What do I need to bring?
We will provide you with all the necessary equipment including wetsuits, buoyancy aids, helmets and safety equipment. All you need to bring is a towel, swimming togs/shorts, a second pair of old shorts to go over your wetsuit, an old pair of shoes you don’t mind getting wet and a sense of adventure!
We currently use a number of spots along the Wild Atlantic Way, we take into account a number of factors including weather, tide and sea conditions. Therefore we will make the decision as to where you will be coasteering at the time of booking. If you are having problems using google maps please contact us on 085 146 2526.
Cleggan – For Cleggan drive to the end of the road that turns into a track.
Ballyconneely – The village of Ballyconneely is located on the R341 coast road between Clifden and Roundstone. Please aim to be there 15 mins prior to the activity start time.