Natural Ireland

The Burren – Encounter limestone fissures influenced by tectonic movements, tundra phenomena, land shifts, and man-ravaged landscapes. The stony façade of the Burren opens up endless possibilities for the SLR!

Giant’s Causeway – Wonder at this succession of 40,000 interlocking basalt columns that appear on the North Irish coast, disappear under the sea and re-appear mysteriously in Scotland. The folklore surrounding it is every child’s delight. What do they care if it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site or not?!!

The Cliffs of Moher, County Clare – Rising to over 700 ft, these brooding cliffs overlook the Atlantic Ocean and are one of the country’s most electrifying sights.

Footprint Special – Scrumptious food tasting event at a fabulous and famous international school.