General Information

All Language & Adventure Programmes Include:

  • 24 hour supervision for students.
  • Language programmes tailored to suit your requirements.
  • Scholarships available for student Full assistance with all documentation and transport arrangements.
  • All instructors are fully qualified within their respective disciplines.
  • We are fully insured and are happy to provide documentation on request.

It is not imperative that a teacher travels with a school group. If you cannot come along, then a member of (our) staff will meet your students at the school, accompany them on their transfer to Donegal and back to their school on departure.

Food & Accommodation

  • We have two accommodation Centres and can sleep up to 120 students. Most of our rooms in both Centres are en-suite.
  • We never mix adults and children in our residential (overnight stay) Centres (aside from leaders, who have their own private rooms in the building).
  • All bed linen is provided and room lists are provided in advance for allocation purposes.
  • No matter what package you pick, there is always a first-aid trained member of staff on duty and the doctor’s office is here in Bundoran. Sligo hospital is just 25 minutes away.
  • Food is provided on site and we can cater for all dietary needs and allergies. 
  • Breakfast is continental style, cereal, fruit, toast, preserves, tea, coffee, more toast!
  • Lunch and dinner is two/three choices of home-cooked meals by our Chef Mary who ensures everyone is happy and enjoys her delicious food. 
  • We have a drinks vending machine on site, but we also advise students to bring light snacks for night time as they may be hungry after their evening activities. We do not allow any food that needs to be cooked or energy drinks such as Red Bull but snacks, fruit, biscuits, treats and things that just need added water like pot noodles are all fine.

We will cover all this, and much more, when providing quotes and support in the lead up to any trip.

To Bring

It is an outdoor Centre. You will be outdoors no matter what the weather so make sure to bring a warm waterproof jacket. Do bring lots of old clothes. You will get dirty; you need at least 2 changes of clothes that you can get dirty – not so dirty that the clothes cannot be worn again, but dirty enough that you won’t wear them again till you get home.

Tracksuits, hoodies / sweatshirts and old t-shirts are much better to bring rather than jeans and designer shirts. Put your name on everything you want to bring home too – it can be hard to tell one black t-shirt from another.  You need a swim suit and a towel for water sports and you need to bring at least 2 pairs of runners / trainers – one pair of which that you can get dirty or wet.  Please note that you must also bring a heavy duty plastic bag with you for wet dirty clothing.

If you have them

If you have a wetsuit (full length only), booties or wet shoes, waterproofs, hiking shoes etc feel free to bring them, but do not get them especially for this trip. You can bring phones, iPods, guitars etc. if you wish but it is entirely at your own risk.

Don´t bring

Anything very expensive. You are here to have a great adventure but you will be outside in water and mud and you will be too busy laughing to remember that you can’t get you designer shoes dirty. There will be a ‘what to pack’ section on the information sheet that students receive from their teacher once a tour is booked.

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