1. Howth Safari Hike

The Howth Safari is the most exciting hike close to Dublin city because we take you off the beaten track along secret tracks and trails on the full ring of Howth. Feel a real connect with the land, sea and surprising animals of this famous UNESCO Biosphere. Are you ready for 10kms in about 4 hours? Nobody knows it better. Gnarly and beautiful coastal sensation all year around.  Nobody knows it better. Dive into the nature and history of Ireland. Tune your senses and spirit to the Zen Druids of Howth. Feel ancient romance and resonance at Aideen's Grave, a druidic altar and gateway to the Otherworld as old as the pyramids. Climb to HG Wells' most beautiful view in the world. Read the weather from the salty air and cool breezes on your cheeks. Follow WB Yeats' Fairy Road down to the sea and the cliffs. Surrender to the whispers of the woodland the forest and stories of the trees. Tough weather means wild storms, crashing waves and lashing seas. James Joyce and Dublins garden gate was the Baily Lighthouse.  Take the next steps into the myths and legends of 10,0000 years.  Make it your story.  35 easy minutes from Dublin city centre by Dart or 31Bus with free wifi,  or taxi.  Small groups only, don't get lost in a crowd.      Wanderung...une randonée.... Vandretur....Caminata..поход Spring (March, April, May): Springtime brings coconut aromas from the gorse, and wild garlic underfoot in the woodland, as the Siamese Rain Forest comes to bloom. The extending daylight invigorates every living thing including you.  Summer (June, July, August): The yellows turn to purple Howth's over the headland. Birds abound all along the cliffs at this time of year too: kittiwakes, gulls, cormorants, guillemots, gannets, and more. Spot the porpoises, dolphins, and seals in the bay.  Autumn/Fall (September, October, November): This is the Celtic season as the light lowers to the sea and the magical silver of the western isles bring the shade for winter rest. Winter (December, January, Feburary): Brace the cold and awaken your senses to wild raw nature. Witness the sublime raging seas on stormy winter days. Howth's Winter woodland is stark and magnificent.  Tips: We recommend cross trainers, boots or stout shoes.  Keep an eye on the weather and think about a light waterproof, gloves, scarf and hat in a backpack. Water and a snack wouldn't hurt either. Holiday Hack! Get the 31 or 31/a bus from Talbot street in the city centre, sit up stairs, up front or on the right hand side and treat yourself to a coastal tour and intimate review of Dublin as you make your way out to join us in Howth.  The Dart works well too ( Dublin Area Rapid Transit ) and both have excellent free WIFI.

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2. Panoramic E-Bike Tour

Cycle to the most breath taking views in Ireland without getting out of breath. Our e-bikes are great fun and trusty on the tarmac or the trails.  We mix the insider tracks and tales of this truly amazing peninsula on a 3 hour tour while taking you to unrivalled panoramic views away from the crowds surrounded by nature and beauty. We travel on grass and loose gravel paths on and off road.  If the date you are looking for is not available check the Panoramic e-Bike Tour on Airbnb Experiences or contact us to arrange a private tour Meet in Howth at 11:00 to the left hand side of Howth Yacht Club, at the entrance closest to the Lifeboat Station, on the Middle Pier, Howth Harbour, Howth, Dublin. D13 E6V3  

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3. Coastal Walk and Chowder Trail

Immerse yourself in the amazing atmosphere and flavours of this ancient and famous Dublin village.  Explore the charming harbour and historic picturesque coastal village of Howth through the eyes of a local. Visit the beautiful grounds of Howth's 800 year old medieval Castle. Follow the secret paths and trails through the woodlands and heathlands to views that HG Wells described as the most beautiful in the World. Walk through time in the footsteps of an astonishing history, enjoying the breathtaking views on the Howth cliff walk, taking in the sights, sounds and aromas of a bustling port. Stroll along the piers hearing about the history which inspired many famous writers, artists and our local rock stars! Routes are varied on walks and hikes depending on the ability of each group. With taste buds awakened after the fresh salty air, visit our friend's restaurant and taste the award winning local seafood chowder, traditional Irish bread, a glass of wine, guinness or whatever you fancy.

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