- A new and exciting way to explore the West Coast of Ireland
- The adventure that combines cliff jumping, rock climbing and extreme diving
Adrenaline-junkies looking for a new challenge need look no further - Coasteering is one of the world’s newest and most action-packed extreme sports, combining rock-scrambling, cliff-diving and sea-swimming into one thrilling package. Meet your expert guides in the South Mayo Clew Bay area, and get fitted out in your safety equipment before receiving a detailed safety briefing, then head out to the beautiful and wild coastline where you’re going to put your strength, skill and courage to the test.
The UK can proudly lay claim to the sport of coasteering - it took off on the Pembrokeshire coast in Wales back in the 90s and has since grown in popularity worldwide. But northern Europe, especially the UK and Northern Ireland, with their miles of epic and diverse coastline, is unquestionably the best place to try it first. The West Coast of Ireland is an emerald-green land of beauty, with incredible scenery to enjoy as you throw yourselves into the cold sea, then scramble up rocks to safety before repeating the process until you complete the challenging course. Chilly? Probably. Completely exhilarating? Absolutely.