Canoe Trips In Galway, Ireland
Enjoy Canoe Tour for as low as €45 per person. We also offer canoe courses. Rates: 2 -2.5 hours • 1 person: €45 • 2 people: €25 per person • 6+ people: €20 per person What You Can Expect: Upriver Tour Venture upriver and discover the hidden serenity which can be experienced much closer to the heart of Galway than you might think. A trip which boasts amazing views, the historical Menlo Castle, and the Hidden Lakes of Galway, this trip will be one to remember. Adventure Session A more exciting option, be prepared to get wet! Full of games and activities that will have you wondering what you were thinking, but will leave you with memories that will forever bring a smile to your face, the adventure session isn’t for the faint of heart but is suitable to everyone, including those who have never kayaked before High Adventure Session Definitely not for the faint-hearted! We usually recommend that the majority of the group has participated on at least one session with us before, this adventure will be full of exciting activities Canoe Courses Our Canoe Courses is a fun and exciting way to learn kayaking in Galway. Open to all children*, teenagers and adults, we provide an ideal way to spend the morning, afternoon or evening for a week. Juniors We aim to strike a balance between having fun and learning kayaking. If it’s your first time in a canoe, or you’ve just a wee bit of experience our canoe can meet your needs. We’ll teach you the basics of canoeing and water safety, and most of all, we’ll have fun, by playing games and doing loads of activities. We offer a choice of two junior courses each week; • Course A: 10 am – 12.15 pm • Course B: 2 pm – 4.15 pm Adults Adults courses run from Monday to Thursday, from 7.00 to 9.00 PM, where kayaking is taught in a fun and relaxed environment. The week will include games, activities and trips, which will offer everyone a new and exciting experience. An optional Level 2 Assessment is available on the Friday.
- Captain is optional.
- You decide if you would like to book with or without a captain.
- 1 guest
- Boards & Paddles
Bradley took up kayaking in 2013 after joining NUIG Kayak Club. After dabbling in a wide range of water sports for many years, he found he was deeply passionate about kayaking and began to immerse himself in the sport.Bradley was elected as club Captain in 2015 for GMIT after devoting hundreds of hours into the sport through all disciplines including Whitewater, Freestyle, Long Distance, and Polo. Making the Inter varsity team in all 4 disciplines since he began competing in 2014. He was also elected onto the Irish Freestyle Committee in 2015 due to his enthusiasm for the discipline. Bradley hasn’t just paddled some of the best whitewater Ireland has to offer, but has also traveled abroad, spending two weeks in the Alps paddling some of the best whitewater Europe has to offer.Bradley is no stranger to instructing either, after taking to kayaking rapidly and building a wealth of knowledge early on, he was helping instructors within 5 months in the NUIG Kayak Club. That year he pursued it further by working in the company in 2014 and 2015. In 2016 he took the reigns of the company and is back once again, eagerly anticipating another summer on the water!
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Frequently Asked Questions What to Bring? Footwear – old runners or sandals – no flip flops, Wet suit if you have one, or else suitable swim wear or gym wear you don’t mind getting wet.Towel and dry clothes for after. I’ve no kayaking experience at all? Not to worry, that’s exactly what your instructors are there for. We cater for absolute beginners and aim to get you up to the best standard you can be during the duration of your time with us. I’m nervous in the water/scared of capsizing? This is something that a lot of people can feel during the initial stages of their newly found kayaking career. However, with time, we hope to bring everyone up to a standard that they can comfortably paddle within a group. Everybody will be wearing a buoyancy aid, so even if you do happen to take a tumble you’ll be able to keep your head above water with minimal effort (x10 easier than treading water in a pool!)