Oceanics Coastal and Heritage Walking Tours offer through our Marine Educational Facility Coastal & Heritage Walking Tours; - Guided Eco Beach Hikes, Rockpool Tours and Historical Walks of Tramore Town. All day Eco and Environmental packages are available for groups and are linked with primary and secondary school curriculum.
Rockpool Exploration: Students become rock pool explorers as they peer in to many of the varied tidal habitats and natural touch pools with their guides.
Beach Discovery Eco hike: Students can become Beach Defectives and explore Tramore’s unique sea shore habitats with their guide.
Field Studies: this is an exciting study of crabs. Examine and study the habitat of the crab and the different species. Students will become a junior Marine scientists focusing on the seashore crab, their biology and survival in their communities.
All types of walkers are catered for and each walk is lead by a local guide. There are three walking routes and all routes boast special features that set them apart from each other.
The 'Bay of Shipwrecks' walk which takes approximately 45 minutes (all ages) and departs outside the Sands Hotel every Sunday and Thursday at 2pm.
The 'Dunes and Wild Bird Life Walk' takes approximately two and a half hours and departs the Red Cottage every Sunday and Thursday at 3pm, it is suitable for years 8 and up.
The 'Historical Tramore on the Hill' walk departs the Red Cottage every Tuesday at 5pm and is suitable for all ages.
Oceanics also have surfing classes and marine education programmes. Have a look at their website for available choices.