Try Cliff Jumping in Ballintoy
Try Cliff Jumping in Ballintoy

Try Cliff Jumping in Ballintoy

Feel the thrill and get a new perspective on the Ballintoy coastline with a coasteering adventures! Enjoy rock climbing, learn scrambling and jumping techniques, and safely dive into the sea from great heights. It’s an adrenaline-filled adventure like no other. Coasteering NI is the only provider in the whole of Ireland to include all the specialist equipment needed for your coasteering adventure with your booking.

What equipment do I need for cliff jumping?

All specialist equipment, including wetsuits, buoyancy aids, and helmets, neoprene socks & glove are provided for you. All that you need to bring is swimwear for under the wetsuit, a towel and sturdy footwear such as trainers or light boots. Also, you might like to bring shorts for over top of the wetsuit (the brighter the better!)

Included in your experience are some experienced and incredibly friendly guides who are sure to adapt to the vibe of your group and show you a great time! They’ll show you the techniques you’ll need to jump safely and make sure you are comfortable doing so. You will also be provided with wetsuits, buoyancy aids, helmets, neoprene socks & gloves, and a £5 million insurance policy. The experience lasts 2.5 to 3 hours and runs at 10:00 or 1:30.

  • Groups (Per Person)
  • Group of 1-10 People – £45
  • Group of 11+ – £40
  • Groups of 13+ People – £35

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