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5 Of The Best Walks In Cork

Whether you’re from Cork or you’re just visiting, we’re here to help you get the most out of your stay. While exploring the city is great fun, there are plenty of hikes you can embark on if you fancy venturing out of the city a little more. That’s why we’ve rounded up five of the best walks in Cork to provide you with some inspiration. Read on to discover some…

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Walking the Wild Atlantic Way

For 2,500km of unspoilt coastline, where better to head than the Wild Atlantic Way? If you fancy really immersing yourself in the salty sea air, try walking the Wild Atlantic Way instead of driving. Whether you choose to stick to the coastal paths or decide to head inland to explore the intriguing towns and villages, you won’t regret adventuring through this magical region of Ireland. But where does the Wild…

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Guide to Climbing Croagh Patrick

Nicknamed the ‘Reek’, hiking Croagh Patrick is usually at the top of many walkers’ to-do lists. But why is this? And what makes Croagh Patrick important? Steeped in history and religion, mystery shrouds this mountain – all adding to its famous allure. So if you’re planning on giving it a go, there are a few things you’ll need to know first. From what to pack to how long it takes…

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A Guide to Wild Camping in Ireland

Discover the natural beauty of wild camping in Ireland. If you have a real sense of adventure, this is just the type of expedition for you. From the mountains of Wicklow to the stunning coastline of Galway, there are plenty of places for you to escape to in Ireland. And as long as you leave no trace and follow the wild camping code, there should be no issues. Find out…

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The Best Road Trips Around Ireland

It’s hard to get out and travel like you normally would at the moment, but that doesn’t mean there’s not beauty at home. Explore Ireland from the safety of your own car and enjoy the breathtaking views along the way. Travel all around the country and choose from our top three road trips around Ireland below. Road Trip Around Ireland Route One The Wild Atlantic Way Planning a driving trip…

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A Guide To Hiking Carrauntoohil

Thinking of taking on Ireland’s highest mountain? Let us help you prepare. We’ve created the ultimate guide to hiking Carrauntoohil. Find out everything you need to know, from how long it takes and what you’ll need for the hike, to the different routes you can follow and lots of handy tips along the way. Start planning for your adventure and read our guide to hiking Carrauntoohil below. How Long Does…

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Top 7 Hikes In Ireland

Whether you’re planning an adventure with the family or you’re in need of some destination inspiration, we’ve got you. Dust off your hiking boots and get exploring the beautiful Irish countryside with our top seven hikes in Ireland. From the rugged views of the north to the brisk coastal walks near Dublin, find something that tickles your fancy in our list. Where To Go Hiking In Ireland 1. The Famine…

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Van Life with Chaz Powell

I've been travelling the world now for around 16 years, and the more I’ve travelled and explored, the further I’ve pushed myself into wilder and more remote areas. My most recent journeys have mainly consisted of walking the length of some of Africa's wildest rivers: The Zambezi, The Gambia and The Mangoky. When I return to the UK from my explorations, I find myself gravitating towards a simple life in…

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Top 5 Undiscovered Places to Explore in Ireland

By Conor Phelan Even though the Island of Ireland is only 480 Km long and 270 Km wide, our little island boasts over 3000 km of rugged coastline. The Atlantic Ocean has spent its time battering the West coast to create more cliffs, beaches, and hidden coves to fill a lifetime of discovery. With everybody staycationing this year, Irish people are starting to discover what tourists have known for years,…

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Galapagos Conservation Trust: Where Is Hope The Whale Shark?

Hope the Whale Shark fitted with a device to her dorsal fin © Galapagos Whale Shark Project - By Jennifer Carew Our partners, Galapagos Conservation Trust (GCT), support vital conservation work, including monitoring species such as Whale Sharks. In the last 75 years, data suggests that the population of the Whale Shark has decreased by 50%, which highlights the need to find out more about this vulnerable species to save…