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Sea Safari

Fully waterproofed with body suits and lifejackets, board the twin engine marine rescue boats for a thrilling white knuckle ride around the Bay. The trip combines high speed thrills in full safety while also taking in the rich bird / wildlife as well as the local history, culture and heritage around bay coastal area and its environs. A more active way to see the sights of Dublin or Cork. 

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You can now see Dublin in a fun and innovative way with a Jogging Sightseeing tour. Conferences and
Management meetings often have packed itineraries and leave little time for sightseeing or unwinding. Now
you can bring your workout clothes and combine your daily workout with a tour of the most popular tourist
sights in Dublin.

Experienced local tour guides will run with a small group and share with them information
on the main attractions in the city as well as insider tips and recommendations. The jogging tours, which
cater for people of all fitness levels, are an entertaining and exciting way for visitors to change from the
traditional sightseeing tours and become acquainted with Ireland's capital city.

Surfing in Ireland Suring on_the_wave


Al Mennie, a professional surfer, believes he has found two spots off the coast of Ireland which could produce waves as large as 120ft/37m high. We don't expect your incentive group to be able to tackle those but it's nice to know the option is there if you want to take it.


If your group are up for it, but need to learn the basics first, why not try out our group surfing lessons. Brave the exhilarating Atlantic waters and experience the thrill of riding the waves, maybe after the meetings are done.

 

Contact us today to include surfing in your Incentive Programme proposal.

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