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October 2011

Halloween paddle on the Haunted Lough Erne...

Location

Kesh, Co.Fermanagh

Dates
Oct
28
Oct
29
Oct
30
Oct
31
Time

18:00 to 22:00

Price

£35.00  (Convert)

£35 per adult, U 16s £10, discounts for groups and families – Includes all safety equipment, food and drinks.

About the Event

Dare to join us on the dark and eerie waters of the haunted Lough Erne at the spookiest time of the year?

A dark figure will guide you under the moonlight down the Glenduragh River into the wild and silent waters of the lough.

We will land on a creepy crannog and enjoy a warming bonfire, traditional stew cooked on an open flame, seasonal treats, hot toddies, warm drinks and Halloween games.

This activity is led by qualified and experienced guides in rafted open boats and is suitable for adults and children over 12 accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Departing Kesh Jetty 6.oopm returning approx 10pm.

Wrap up warm, hats, gloves and scarves!

Dates avaiable are, 28th.29th,30th and 31st of October. We can also arrange times to suit you on request and you can book a whole session exclusively for your family or group at a discounted rate!

Pre-Booking is essential, call us for any further info.

Price £35 per adult, U 16s £10, discounts for groups and families – Includes all safety equipment, food and drinks.

What to Bring

Wrap up warm! Hats, gloves and scarves!

Contact and Booking

info@elementsni.com

07709610879

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+44(0)77 1812 2434

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