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Here at Wild Atlantic Sea Safari we aim to show you Connemara and the surrounding region from a different perspective. In the Capable hands of Owner and Skipper Robert Coohill, You will have the opportunity to experience the beautiful scenery of the local coastline and the spectacular flora and fauna of the west coast of Ireland. 'Bluefin' is the only RIB tour vessel operating from Clifden, the Capital of Connemara.

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2 Hour Adventure

The 2 hour Adventure is perfect for those who are restricted by time or have young children who would find a long cruise too much. The cruise includes a tour of Clifden bay and surroundings. This encompasses nearby sights such as Clifden Castle, Inish Turbot, Inish Turk and a seal viewing at nearby Seal's Rock.

FEATURED TOURS

4 Hour Adventure

The 4 Hour Adventure can be customised to include a larger cruising area, including as far as south as Slyne Head or as far North as Inisturk North. This Encompasses sights such as Clifden Castle, Slyne Head Light House, Seal's Rock, The Islands of Inish Turbot, Inish Turk, Omey Island, Cruagh Island, High Island, and Friar Island.   

The Grand Adventure

This all day excursion can be customised to Cruise where the Passengers would like to Visit. Possible trips could include anywhere between Slyne head in the South and the 

stunning Achill Island in the North . All enquiries will be considered, discussed and revised with respect to time and weather conditions.

Group Discovery 

Walking tours with a local qualified guide can be arranged for groups looking to get a more in-depth appreciation of the local History, Culture and Geology of the nearby Islands and Coastline. Pick up to and from the desired Island/Islands will be provided from the agreed departure point, with beautiful scenery to take in along the way. 

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087-2461339