Outdoor Activity Tours Starting In Dublin, Ireland

There are various outdoor activities that people can enjoy in Dublin, Ireland, but few know about the adventure tours starting in the city. There is a world of opportunities you can fully be a part of so be sure to consider this option when visiting the area. If you do not know much about what options are available, here are some outdoor activity tours that start in Dublin and that are great for tourists.

Howth Peninsula Hiking Tour

The Howth Peninsula is a wonderful coastal area, with trekking being a great opportunity to take advantage of. There is a 4 hour walking tour you are going to really love. An experienced adventure guide is going to be with you as you move past cliffs and pass through woodlands. There are different scenic overlooks you will love and some spectacular natural beauty areas to experience. The guide offers commentary so if you want to learn about Irish history, be sure to listen. The tales include stories about Celts, Druids, Normans and Vikings.

Highlights:

  • 4 hour walking tour
  • History lessons included
  • Scenic viewpoints
  • Learn about Irish culture and legends

Along the way be sure that you consider stops like Aideens Grave and that you go through the unusual jungle in the area. The dramatic coastal cliff here is simply stunning. You are going to adore it. Red Rock Creek is a great stop for when you want to rest and if you want even more, visit coastal caves (you will need a permit for that).

Dublin Gaelic Games Experience

Irish traditional sports are quite interesting so why not enjoy a 3 hours tour that gives you exactly a Gaelic games experience? It is very good for friends, families or even solo sports fans. You can easily learn all that you need to know about Gaelic games. You learn how to play Gaelic handball, hurling and Gaelic football. Obviously, after that you also get to experience the activities in a game.

Highlights:

  • Small group – limited to just 15 people
  • Intimate experience
  • Learn Gaelic games history
  • Learn how to play the Gaelic games
  • Tea, coffee and water included

Castle Barna Golf Club – 18 Holes Tour

Are you into golf? If so, you can enjoy a truly great 18 hole golf round, including club hire, at Castle Barna Golf Club, which is a highly scenic destination right along Grand Canal, 1 hour away from Dublin by car. The course is not as easy as you may expect. It is challenging for golfers of practically all skill levels. The Barge is what you really want to be a part of. It is the signature 9 hole that requires the golfer to do a straight, short shoot to even have a chance to achieve par 3. At the golf club you can find an old stone bar, a great restaurant and a very friendly experience.

Greens are well-maintained and you are surely going to appreciate the golfing experience, one that welcomed different prestigious golfing events, both Irish and international.

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