Hydro-biking, hot tub cruises and 4 more exciting activities to try in the hidden hearts of Ireland

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It’s time to start exploring…

Summer may be behind us, but that’s no reason to stop exploring all that our little island has to offer.

If you’re in the mood for a new adventure, Ireland has no shortage of exciting, unique and slightly unusual activities and experiences to try.

With that in mind, we’ve partnered with Discover Ireland to put together some exciting things to see and do in The hidden hearts of Ireland over the next few months.

From relaxing boat trips to thrilling bike rides, here are some of the exciting activities you can try your hand at…

1. Access to Lough Ree for all boat trips – Co. Roscommon

Cruise across Lough Ree and marvel at the incredible flora and fauna that call this lakeside home home aboard a fully accessible sightseeing cruise.

Lough Ree Access For All Boat Trips offers fully accessible boat trips in Roscommon, offering exciting water adventures for people with disabilities. Their boat allows access for a maximum of three people in wheelchairs at a time and carers or assistants are transported for free, making it a stress-free way to explore the beautiful lakeside scenery of Lough Ree.

Book a trip today HERE.

2. Hire a family bike with Dick’s Bike Hire – Co. Galway

Planning a trip to Galway? Grab a bike from Dick’s Bike Hire and see the sights of Portumna.

Dick’s range of bikes includes standard mechanical bikes, e-bikes and tandems, ideal for taking in the local scenery in a more active and relaxed way. You can explore all the trails and parks near Portumna and when it comes to stopping for lunch, Dick’s Bike Hire will even put together a tasty vegan picnic basket for your trip if you call them. ‘advance.

You can rent a bike HERE.

3. Have fun and get in shape with a Hydro Bikes tour on Lake Carafin – Co. Cavan

For an active day suitable for all fitness levels, explore the stunning landscapes of Carafin Lake aboard your very own hydro bike.

Hydro bikes are easy to steer and control as they are lightweight and 100% pedal powered. Available to hire from Carafin Lodge, hydrobikes are suitable for all abilities and offer a super easy way to explore the shores of Lake Cavan and Carafin from an entirely new perspective.

Learn more HERE.

4. Relax on a yoga and hiking retreat with Mid Ireland Adventure – Co. Offaly

Need a break? Adventure in the middle of Ireland can help you relax and unwind with the ultimate yoga retreat in County Offaly.

The yoga retreats are led by Linann Yoga Ireland and Mid Ireland Adventure, offering half-day wellness experiences for anyone looking for a relaxing day in Ireland’s hidden Heartlands. These experiences include yoga classes, adventure activities and tours, helping you disconnect from everyday life and reconnect with nature.

Contact Linann Yoga Ireland to find out more about these retreats.

5. Take a sunset hot tub cruise along the River Shannon – Co. Westmeath

Fancy a cruise under the stars? Cruise Lough Ree aboard the Hot Tub Boat.

Ideal for special occasions, you and your five friends can relax in the onboard hot tub, admiring some of the incredible scenery surrounding Lough Ree or, if you opt for an evening excursion, enjoy some star gazing under the preserved night sky. You can even connect your favorite playlist to the boat’s speakers and bring your own booze on board, with coolers available to use throughout your trip.

Learn more HERE.

6. Get back to nature with a Mud Bugs Welly Walks Tour – Co. Leitrim

Grab your wellies and explore some local natural wonders on a Mud Bugs walking tour. Each month the Mud Bugs Welly Walks Tour explores a different location in Leitrim including Derrycassin Woods, Killykeen Forest Park and Garadice Lake. During a 1.5-hour ride, you can take part in fun activities and adventures in the natural world of Leitrim and enjoy refreshments along the way.

Learn more HERE.

What are you waiting for? Now is the perfect time to discover the hidden hearts of Ireland. Learn more about discoverirlande.fr

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