Boat Trips in Co. Leitrim
Boat Trips in Co. Leitrim

Boat Trips in Co. Leitrim

Be the captain of your own boat with Emerald star. No license or experience is required. It’s that simple! You come aboard and they will show you everything you need to know during a briefing and demonstration before your canal cruise. Then you’re off enjoying your boating holiday. It’s like driving a car, but much easier and more relaxing! To get a taste why not book a short staycation, and begin by exploring the stunning waterways here in the UK

What boat trips can I go on in Co. Leitrim ?

Together with Le Boat, emerald stars are the No:1 provider of boating holidays on the beautiful rivers, lakes and canals of Europe and Canada. they have the world’s largest fleet of self-drive boats and the widest choice of fabulous boating destinations to choose from!
Come to Ireland and experience its stunning, crystal clear lakes and rivers, dramatic scenery and lush, green landscapes. The beautiful River Shannon and River Erne—and their surrounding network of loughs—are easy to cruise and a delight to explore
  • Duration; 2-6 hours depending on the tour
  • Prices from £365
  • Over 6 different boats and destinations to choose from

Things to do in Ireland

Surfing in County Leitrim

If you want an outdoor water experience with your family, then head to Leitrim Surf Company. You will be able to join the special guided stand-up paddleboarding safaris. Choose from 3 different safaris which are tailored to suit your needs and abilities. ...

Visit Strokestown Park House and Gardens in Roscommon

Discover Strokestown Park! Nestled in beautiful County Roscommon, this unique property gives you an authentic glimpse into the lives of generations of people who lived and worked here over the centuries, each adding their own chapter to the story and leaving their ...

The National Famine Way

Are you a lover of Irish history? Or do you want to experience a pilgrimage that many Irish people had to make? If so, make sure to visit the National Famine Way. This new walking and cycling route starts in Strokestown Co ...

Visit the Glenview Folk Museum in Leitrim

The Glenview Folk Museum is located just outside Ballinamore in Co. Leitrim and is owned and ran by the Kennedy Family. The Museum was set up in the year 2000 as it was identified that Ireland was losing its heritage and true ...

Visit Castlerea Railway Museum in Roscommon

A vast collection of rail memorabilia celebrating the history of railway in Ireland. They hold the largest private collection of rail memorabilia in Ireland, and work to preserve and promote the importance of this history. Castlerea Railway Museum was born from the ...

Climb the ‘Stairway to Heaven’ at Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail

Get your walking boots ready! Locally nicknamed “The Stairway to Heaven”, the Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail is an area of outstanding beauty. The trail meanders through a sweeping expanse of blanket bog, stretching right across the mountain slopes. Located near the Marble Arch ...

Go Caving at the Marble Arch Caves

Calling all intrepid explorers! Do you know your stalactite from your stalagmite? Find out as you explore the breathtaking Marble Arch Caves, formed over 340 million years ago. First explored in 1895, take a guided tour and join the ranks of those ...

Cave Tours Co. Fermanagh

Looking for some adventure in Co Fermanagh? Explore the hidden treasures of the Owenbrean River on a guided walking tour as you trace the journey of the Owenbrean River and discover its energy as the waters gurgle and splash venturing deeper into ...

Florence Court in County Fermanagh

Florence Court boasts a spectacular countryside location in West Fermanagh, surrounded by lush grassland and deep woods, with Benaughlin mountain rising in the distance. This expansive and pleasant location has something for everyone. During a guided tour of the Georgian home, you ...

Visit the Scenic Cloughoughter Castle in Co Cavan

Calling all history lovers! Are you looking for something interesting to do on your next day off? Or do you just love to explore magnificent sites that are located well off the beaten track? Either way, we have the perfect day out ...

Visit Aughakillymaude Community Mummers Centre in Fermanagh

Aughakillymaude’s Mummers Centre boasts an intricate display of detailed mumming sculptures of Ireland and abroad that recite nonsensical mumming rhymes, a photographic exhibition on mumming, a wickerman effigy and video documentary on mumming bonfire rituals. Groups/Schools can participate in straw craft and ...

Belmore Forest – Pollnagollum Cave Walk in County Fermanagh

Belmore Forest includes the infamous Belmore Mountain with a summit elevation above 390 metres which is Fermanagh’s second highest point. This unique view is only offered in County Fermanagh where you can see Boho, Lough Navar, the Brougher Mountain and much, much ...
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