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THE DANGER, drama, courage, and adventure of climbing mountains, extreme environments, and humans versus nature, will be on display in Galway next month.
The Irish Times is on the hunt to find ‘The Best Place To Go Wild’ in Ireland and is inviting people in County Galway to nominate their favourite place to experience nature.
Trek West Tours held an open day last week for local travel and tourism businesses in the beautiful outdoor playground that is north Mayo.
Eleven colleges from all over the country are hitting the waves on Achill Island this weekend for the Irish Surfing Intervarsities, hosted by GMIT Mayo.
Sierra Leone is a country that defies your expectations. Perched on the coast of West Africa, it's a place on the very edge of global consciousness, where the romantic dream of Africa meets the hot, sweaty reality. On Freetown's streets a thousand dramas are played out daily. Along palm-fringed shores, white sand beaches stretch out as if plucked from a dreamer's imagination and in the interior, red, earthen roads pierce dense jungles, revealing their mysteries to the intrepid. Sierra Leone is a place of adventure.
The majestic holy mountain of Croagh Patrick has been selected as one of only a handful Irish destinations which have been included in the just-published Lonely Planet's 1000 Ultimate Adventures.
It is estimated that tens of thousands of visitors will attend the Galway Sea Festival throughout the June Bank Holiday weekend. The new four day family friendly festival, running from May 31 - June 3, will serve to promote Galway as a leading maritime centre.
The inaugural Galway Sea Festival, which hopes to bring in a higher number of tourists during the June bank holiday weekend by holding up to 50 events promoting the city’s maritime history, culture, and environment, has been awarded funding of €25,500 by Galway City Council.
The first Galway Sea Festival takes place on the June Bank Holiday Weekend and a public information meeting will be held tonight Thursday 21 March at 6pm in the Meyrick Hotel, Eyre Square.
The first Galway Sea Festival takes place on the June Bank Holiday Weekend and a public information meeting will be held on Thursday 21 March at 6pm in the Meyrick Hotel, Eyre Square.