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Recently Nikki Gregg explored the beauty of Ireland on a standup paddleboard, visiting the world’s longest defined coastal touring route named the Wild Atlantic Way located on the west coast of Ireland. Speckled with ancient ruins, historic villages, breath-taking views, and many outdoor adventure opportunities, it doesn’t take much convincing that this is a must visit destination.

For a guide they hooked up with Conrad Bailey of Extreme Ireland Adventures based in Dublin who gave them a local’s view of the region. Conrad speaks magically of Ireland throughout the video with tidbits like “There are a lot of layers and wisdom in the Irish landscape.” After watching the video, I couldn’t agree more! He also points out that because Ireland hasn’t been developed like other countries you can still see history from the 17th and 18th century, and even as far back as prehistoric times.

Great video all around…We hope you enjoy and share:

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