Water Activities Tralee

Wild Water Adventures

Wild Water Adventures based in North Kerry specialising in, coasteering, open water swimming, sea kayaking, wild swimming tours and hill walking.

Coasteering is exploring our coastline in a new and unique way – scrambling over rocks, swimming into caves, under sea arches, jumping into the water and having an exhilarating adventure.

Sea Kayaking is a great way to experience the beauty of our coastline and to develop your skills in a fun and safe environment. Prepare to get wet and be entertained.

Suitable for Families and Groups (age 10+).
All super warm and buoyant specialised equipment provided.
All tours tailored to suit the needs and abilities of each group
Don’t worry if you lack water confidence their guides are experienced and are fully qualified Beach Lifeguards. They take your fun very seriously.
Suitable, sunshine or rain, it is Ireland after all!!

Wild swimming adventures—Rejuvenate and discover the wonder of a relaxed dip in a remote mountain lake or along a secluded hidden coastline. A fabulous way to submerge yourself in the wilderness of Kerry. Suitable for all swim abilities.



Kerry has five blue flag beaches which include Banna, Fenit, Ballyheigue, Ballybunion North and Ballybunion South. These offer a wide range of activities from swimming, sailing, surfing and kayaking. www.offshoresurfschool.ie

Fenit Harbour & Marina

Ballyroe Heights Hotel is the nearest hotel to Fenit Harbour & Marina, a fully-serviced and modern 130-berth Marina catering for all sizes of boats up to 15m, with access in all tides.www.fenitharbour.com

Fenit is also home to Tralee Bay Sailing School. They provide a wide range of courses from sailing, motor boating and kayaking. www.traleebaysailingclub.com


You can also fish in Fenit Pier, one of the popular areas of sea fishing in Ireland, where you could be in with a chance of catching some of the following fish – Dabs, Flounders, Dogfish, Pollack, Coalfish and Conger and many more! www.traleebayseaangling.ie

Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre

This twenty acre eco – tourism development comprises of a Nature Park focusing on the diversity of the internationally renowned Tralee Bay Nature Reserve. Novel features include a multi – lingual, safari style boat ride (a first in Ireland) and viewing tower offering panoramic views of Tralee Bay. The activity zone comprises of a lake for light water sport activities, 2.3km of walking and cycling trails and a smaller lake stocked with fish. www.traleebaywetlands.org