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Hebe Adventures
Clane, Co. Kildare
Hebe Adventures helps young people explore Ireland by connecting travellers with over 300 host families, camps and experiences. Find a home away from home for your child, so they can enjoy an unforgettable stay while improving their English.

Named after the Greek God of Youth and pronounced “He-bee”, Hebe Adventures have been creating interesting home stays for young international travellers for over five years. Not focused merely on students, Hebe helps any young travellers find a home away from home and experience Irish culture in a truly immersive manner.

With over 300 host families and a huge range of camps to choose from, Hebe Adventures is a great way to see Ireland and learn English. They provide the opportunity to stay by the sea, explore the countryside or experience Ireland's cities. They allow students and young people to become immersed in Irish food, humour and culture.

Students stay with an Irish family. Students then choose a summer camp to take part in, while parents can keep track of every aspect of the child’s trip. This can all be done through an online portal. It’s a wonderful way to learn English and experience Ireland.

If you’re interested in finding a home away from home for your child, contact Hebe Adventures today.

Contact details
21 Alexandra Manor,Clane,Co Kildare
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