Canadians surf the West

 A group of travel and lifestyle journalists from Canada has been enjoying a fact-finding visit in counties Clare and Galway, as guests of Tourism Ireland and Fáilte Ireland.


 Pictured are John McCarthy, Lahinch Surf School (front), with (from left) Jocelyn Black, Tourism Ireland; Ellen Redmond, Fáilte Ireland; and Canadian journalists Doug O'Neill, Hannah Logan and Dino Harambasic, enjoying a surf lesson at Lahinch.
 The journalists, representing a number of major Canadian media outlets, including the Huffington Post and Canadian Traveller magazine, have been checking out some of the many things to see and do along the Wild Atlantic Way. Their itinerary included the Burren National Park, the Aillwee Cave, Cliffs of Moher and a surfing lesson in Lahinch. They also visited Brigit's Garden in Roscahill and went fishing on Lough Inagh, before flying from Connemara Airport across to Inis Mór. 
Dana Welch, Tourism Ireland’s Manager Canada, said: “We were delighted to invite these influential journalists to visit the Wild Atlantic Way – helping us to spread the good news about this part of Ireland through the media in Canada. The journalists have been impressed by our spectacular scenery, the range of things to see and do, as well as by the friendliness of the people they met. I am confident that their visit will result in lots of positive publicity for the Wild Atlantic Way West in a range of online and print publications.”



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