Sunset Kayaking in Mannin Bay

£60 pp


2.5 hours

Join a group of up to 12

Sunset Kayaking in Mannin Bay

£60 pp

What You'll Do

Experience the incredible west coast of Ireland by setting out on a magical sunset kayaking adventure in Mannin Bay, and watch the sun dip below the vast expanse of the Atlantic as you drift on the waves. Available from May to September.

Meet your guide near Mannin Bay, in County Galway, and after a quick safety briefing and a basic training session, get out on the water to experience the beauty and tranquility of Ireland’s west coast from the water.

What better way to spend a summer’s evening than watching the sun fall over the Atlantic ocean from your kayak? This is a beautiful time to be on the water and guaranteed to be an amazing experience.

Your instructor will ensure you are safe at all times out on the ocean, so that you can relax and drink in the magical panoramic views, and enjoy the taste of the smell of the sea air and the salt spray as the sun casts magnificent rays of light into the sky.


Experience a magical sunset over the Atlantic on a kayak

Enjoy expert guidance and instruction from your local guide

Get off the beaten track in a truly beautiful corner of Ireland

Your Local Host:

Colin and Cathy

Moving to Ireland in 2009, we left the frenetic buzz of big city life behind us, hoping to create a different lifestyle in the countryside. Colin, who is an Irishman, already had the love of the west of Ireland imprinted in his heart, having spent all his childhood summers fishing the many rivers and loughs for its famous wild salmon and trout.

In search of our ‘place’ in this crazy world, we chose the wilds of Connemara on the Wild Atlantic Way to settle and see if it would measure up to our high expectations…and boy does it deliver on that, and much, much more!

Location Information

The experience takes place in the breathtaking Mannin Bay, on the west coast of Ireland, north-west of Galway city.

It’s a beautiful area of crystal clear waters and magical panoramic views framed by distant mountains, and the bay is fairly well protected from large swells of the Atlantic which makes it perfect for watersports.

Exact directions and meeting points will be specified on your booking voucher.

  • Sit on top kayaks
  • Paddles
  • Wetsuits
  • Buoyancy aids
  • Snorkelling gear


All you need to bring is your swimming gear, a towel, a pair of trainers you don’t mind getting wet. It’s a good idea to bring warm clothes to put on after the tour as when the sun goes down it can get quite chilly. A hot drink for afterwards can be a great idea also. It is strongly advised that all persons on or close to water wear a life jacket.