The Isle of Man is the perfect destination for getting stuck into memorable outdoor activities and adventures. So, if you’re a lover of the great outdoors, you’ve come to the right place.
With mountainous trails, long distance footpaths and an extensive coastline, the Isle of Man lends itself perfectly for those looking for their next outdoors challenge.
Home to a range of adventure sports centres that cater for absolute beginners to those with experience, there are plenty of activities to get involved in.
Adventurous Experiences, based in St Johns, specialise in sea kayaking and coasteering, where you can take in the Island’s impressive cliffs, caves and marine life in a truly exhilarating way.
Also on offer through Adventurous Experiences is gorge scrambling, rock climbing, abseiling, hill navigation, team building, bushcraft and 'survival' experiences.
Another option is The Venture Centre, based in Maughold, which allows visitors to get involved in energetic activities including kayaking, abseiling, assault courses, air rifle shooting, archery, gorge walking, dingy sailing, powerboating and team challenge events.
If you’d prefer something less extreme, why not test your skills at clay pigeon shooting down at the range? Or perhaps try a round of golf at one of the Island’s nine courses?
If you’re looking to explore the Isle of Man in a different way, you could always sign up to a Segway tour or take yourself off on your own adventure and discover what the Island has to offer on foot.
The Island’s vibrant green landscape is an idyllic adventure playground for people of all fitness levels. You don’t need to walk for miles to enjoy the spectacular scenery or get the most out of your trip - there really is something to suit everyone.
However extreme your adventure, we’re sure you’ll enjoy experiencing it during your stay on the Isle of Man.
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Port St Mary
The Gemini is a twin engine 35 foot catamaran which makes it an excellent stable platform for all types of trips.
Cycling and Mountain Biking
A great introduction to mountain biking for first time visitors, new riders and children. Each trail goes through the forest at the foot of South Barrule and are fully sign posted and feature hand built single-track sections.
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Mount Murray, Douglas
The Manx Paragliding School is a specialised facility for you to learn to fly and experience foot launched paragliding on the beautiful picturesque hills and moors of the Isle of Man. Lessons and tandem flights with Noel Humphreys, BHPA qualified...
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Adventurous Experiences deliver year-round unforgettable experiences through sea kayaking, coasteering, gorge scrambling, team building and family friendly adventures in the Isle of Man. Family, adventure, fun, wildlife, coastline...
Set in one of the Island's largest plantations, South Barrule, there are activities for all the family. Find your way through the rope courses, crawl through the sky barrels, take on the leap of faith, and whiz down the long zip-lines.
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Ballahimmin Riding and Pony Trekking Centre is situated amidst the beautiful Little London hills at Cronk -y -Voddy on the Isle of Man with fantastic off road trails into the beautiful Manx hills.
Castletown Golf Links is a unique championship golf course situated on the Langness Peninsula in the Isle of Man, about 7 minutes’ drive from Castletown in the South of the Island, surrounded by the sea on all three sides.
Douglas golf course otherwise known as Pulrose golf clubs sits within the edge of Douglas. First founded in 1891 by George Drinkwater, the course was moved and renamed Pulrose golf course in 1927 designed by Dr Alistair Mackenzie.
Geocaching is a family friendly activity and a great way of seeing more of the great outdoors. The Isle of Man is an extremely attractive destination for geocaching due to its extensive countryside and rural location.
Distance: 6.4 km / 4 miles
Two beautiful glens, a disused Victorian railway line, an ancient site, a nature reserve and one of the Island’s tallest waterfalls. What more could you want from a short walk?
Whether you are new to fly fishing or have many seasons under your belt, Isle of Man Fly Fishing are able to offer advice and guidance on all aspects and methods for stillwater, river and saltwater fly fishing.
Specialist equipment is available for hire for river, reservoir, fly, kayak, beach, boat and lure fishing. Please make sure you book in advance to avoid disapointment.
King Edwards Bay is situated in Onchan on the east of the Island, around 10 minutes’ drive from Douglas central.
Laser Blast is a team game where opposing teams try to tag their opponents with lasers with an automatic tally being kept of shots on target and hits taken.
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The Laser-Mayhem team kit you out in full camouflaged combat clothing, face paint and give you the choice of weapon, that are state of the art military grade laser guns fitted with real red dot laser sights that fire a harmless beam at an incredible...
Distance: 6.4 km / 4 miles
Magnificent views of Snaefell and surrounding hills, the historic Great Laxey Wheel, the Viking King Orry's grave and the charming village of Laxey all combined in one circular beautiful walk.
Long Distance Walking Trail
Distance: 45 km / 28 miles
The Millennium Way was established in 1979 to celebrate the Millennium year of the Manx Parliament, Tynwald. The path runs through the heart of the Island from Ramsey to Castletown, covering both roads...
The Mount Murray course, which is situated within Santon around 15 minutes’ drive outside of Douglas, skilfully incorporates the natural features of the Manx countryside with streams and lakes to provide an enjoyable round for golfers of all...
Cycling - MTB
Pedal to Progression provides premier mountain bike guides and tours on the Isle Of Man!
Guided rides are available from fun filled family tours to all day epics through scenic singletrack! Pedal to Progression have the perfect ride for you with a...