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Accommodation teens will occupy shared sleeping accommodation split by gender. All linen and towels are provided.
All accommodation and classes are based in Bundoran, Co Donegal.
Breakfast is provided each morning – in general this will include bread, butter, jam, cereals, tea, coffee, juice.
Dinner and lunch – all students and leaders will dine together. The location will depend on where students are in their tour.
Airport transfers on arrival and departure.
All transport during the Program.
All course-work and paperwork in relation to their group projects.
All equipment and transport necessary for all the Outdoor Adventure activities.
All entry fees and taxes in relation to the cultural sites students will visit.
All staff conducting activities are fully qualified and trained to teach the activity
Fully insured and certified activity providers and transport providers.
Irish Gap Year staff are available 24/7. Parents or guardians and teens are given a dedicated telephone number to call if they need to get in contact urgently.
Staff all have occupational first aid if not a higher level.
International flights and travel insurance in not included in the price of the program
Too young for a Gap Year Program? Our 3 week Transition Adventure Program (TAP Program) has been developed for freshmen, sophomore and junior High School students who want to prepare for College, have a summer adventure and experience the culture and history of Ireland.
During the Program you will get to experience Ireland’s rugged and beautiful landscape by doing fun adventure activities such as, surfing, sea-kayaking, hiking, wilderness camping and stand-up paddle-boarding. You will also visit some of Ireland’s top cultural and tourist attractions. Discover the epic beauty of Ireland’s north-west coast, which is part of the Wild Atlantic Way, by doing fun outdoor adventure activities. Learn to surf or stand-up-paddle-board in the Surf Capital of Ireland, Bundoran on the Wild Atlantic Way, camp out under the stars at a secluded beach and tell stories around the campfire, explore caves, cliffs and inlets as you paddle in a sea-kayak around Donegal Bay.