Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP)Ballyconneely

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Stand up paddle boarding is quite simply the fastest growing water sport in the world over the last few years and until you give it a go you may struggle to understand why. Why stand on a massive surfboard and paddle it around? Flat water SUP is very accessible to anyone. The boards come in different sizes and widths to suit any size rider. We use long, wide boards as they are great for beginners on flat water, these boards glide through the water smoothly (less wind the better) giving a stable comfortable ride that's extremely enjoyable. Standing up means you see a lot more, paddling and looking down you can see through the water (fish, seaweed, crabs, bottom etc.) as well as around.

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From €45.00

Paddleboarding

1-5px €45 for an adult and €35 for a child 6+px €40 for an adult and €30 for a child Stand up paddle boarding is quite simply the fastest growing water sport in the world over the last few years and until you give it a go you may struggle to understand why. Why stand on a massive surfboard and paddle it around? Flat water SUP is very accessible to anyone. The boards come in different sizes and widths to suit any size rider. We use long, wide boards as they are great for beginners on flat water, these boards glide through the water smoothly (less wind the better) giving a stable comfortable ride that's extremely enjoyable. Standing up means you see a lot more, paddling and looking down you can see through the water (fish, seaweed, crabs, bottom etc.) as well as around. Morning 10am – 12pm Afternoon 2.30pm – 4.30pm Evening 6pm – 8pm

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  • person Age: From 8
  • people Group Size: From 1 Up To 6

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  • Co. Galway
  • Ireland
The Stand up paddle boarding takes place around the back of the Connemara sands hotel on Mannin Bay. It’s slightly north of Ballyconneely on the R341.

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