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West Donegal’s Rock agus Roam to feature on TG4 programme

People from all over the world have taken part in Rock Agus Roam. Pictured is a group from University College Dublin who visited the Gaeltacht recently.

People from all over the world have taken part in Rock Agus Roam. Pictured is a group from University College Dublin who visited the Gaeltacht recently.

TONIGHT (Friday), April 25, TG4’s current affairs programme Ar Fud na Tire takes a look at how a West Donegal company is bringing tourists to the Donegal Gaeltacht for outdoor adventure and culture experienced through the Irish language.

Rock agus Roam is an adventure and culture experience designed by local tourism enterprise mng specifically offering a vibrant selection of outdoor activities incorporating the Irish language.

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The company invites tourists to step outside and feel alive with rock climbing on Cruit Island, sea kayaking along the wild Atlantic coastline, sailing around the Donegal Gaeltacht islands or hill-walking and navigation in mind-blowing locations.

“Groups from all over the country and the world are coming here to enjoy our outdoor adventure, with many saying of all the places in Ireland that they’ve visited, Donegal is by far the best,” said Móira Ní Ghallachóir of mng. Ar Fud na Tire airs at 7.30pm, only TG4.

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