Waterford Adventure Trail
If you are looking for something that is ideal for families, groups and individuals, where visitors can participate in anything from one hour sessions to all day or weekend courses, check out what Waterford has to offer including: kayaking, sailing, archery, stand up paddling boarding, canoeing, windsurfing, wind kayaking, indoor/outdoor climbing, Waterford has one of the most extensive adventure based activities in the South East Region. So if it’s a first time experience or just brushing up on certain skills, check out our ‘Fresh & Wild page and ‘live the dream!
Located in the T-Bay Surf Centre in Tramore, County Waterford, Kite Surfing is the only centre which offers lessons throughout the seasons, year round. The demonstration provides a positive grounding in all aspects of kite sports from stunt to power kites. As a result of lessons with Kitesurfing Ireland, there is an opportunity to enter a much wider world of recreational kite flying.
Located in the heart of Waterford city, Pure Adventure is a mobile paddle/outdoor sports company which specialises in quality outdoor activities for small groups, offering a mobile service which enables their clients to experience the many great locations in Waterford and the South East. The range is endless from exploring the caves and coves on the stunning on the Copper Coast, to our Viking Tour on the River Suir. We also take students over the border into Kilkenny and experience the thrills and spills of white water Kayak/Canoeing.
Based in the sunny South East of Ireland, all kayaking tours at SeaPaddling.com are led by some of Ireland’s most renowned sea-paddlers. The friendly and down-to-earth approach guarantees an unforgettable sea kayaking experience, discovering sea-caves, islands, and coves dotted along the Waterford coastline. Experience the amazing scenery, nature, wildlife and all that the South-East coastline of Ireland has to offer.
T-Bay Surf & Eco Centre
Built in 1999 and located on the beach front in Tramore, T-Bay Surf & Eco Centre was established in 1967 when surfing was first introduced to Ireland. The centre is now home to both a surf club and a surf & ecology school. The school, approved by the ISA and European EAF, employs coaches who are certified by the ISA and are qualified lifeguards. Maximum individual attention is provided in a safe learning environment.