Donegal offers some fantastic coastline to explore, as well as sea caves, islands and wildlife, most of which can be experienced during the summer months. It offers kayakers the true pleasure of enjoying the outdoors. Kayaking around the Inishowen peninsula is an exhilarating experience that individuals will want to do over and over again. For those in search of a relaxing paddle, Sligo’s hidden lakes are perfect. It is also picture perfect for a scenic trip along its rugged coastline. The more adventurous should try the local rivers, whilst adrenaline seekers can try their hand at the increasingly popular activity of surf kayaking. The coastal village of Easkey offers excellent sea kayaking opportunities as well as other water sports.
The new Foyle Canoe Trail stretches for 33 miles along the River Foyle and by Lough Foyle’s varied coastline and rural countryside. Starting at Lifford in Donegal, the trail passes through the historic walled city of Derry/Londonderry and finishes just beyond the bustling seaside town of Moville on the scenic Inishowen peninsula. The trail is suitable for open boating or touring kayak with both wild and official campsites available along the route.
When to go?
Year round, but is best from February to October. From October Rivers are popular for white water Kayaking and Rafting.
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