There is one commodity that is not is short supply within the Geopark and that is water and more significantly water which has been sensitively developed to create the perfect environment for boating/cruising holiday’s. The waterways of the Geopark are part of one of Europe’s longest network of waterway accessible for cruising. No specialist knowledge or qualifications are required – just common sense!. Apart from the remarkable scenery and splendid boating facilities, there are a range of attractions and activities to explore along the waterway. For the more energetic water lover’s canoeing and kayaking are a fantastic alternative way of exploring the waterways of the Geopark. Canoeing and kayaking more commonly take place on Upper and Lower Lough Erne, Upper and Lower Lough Macnean and on the Lough Oughter system.
Only suitably qualified and experienced individuals should undertake canoeing or kayaking trips within the Geopark and for the more inexperienced canoeist there are a number of activity centres that will provide a trained leader and all the equipment necessary to ensure a safe and pleasant trip. Keep an eye our for our ‘Explore the Geopark by Canoe’ guided event which are run bi-annually.
United Kingdom , Ireland
Acessibilty to Visitation
(+353) 0 7190853 692
Timetable & Prices
€ 25 per adult
€ 15 per child
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