Coasteering is Catching On
When we started coasteering around Giants Causeway, Dunluce Castle, Whitepark Bay and Portrush we didn’t even know there was a name for it! In fact, the closest descriptive title we had for the experience was ‘coastal exploration’, but we didn’t bother using that very often. Consequently, when I was trying to explain to people what Causeway Coasteering was my explanation was usually the first mention and explanation they’d ever heard and probably the first time they’d even heard the term.
Over the last few years though, more and more people are coming looking for Causeway Coasteering [previously known as IrishC], they’ve been hearing more and more of their friends discussing coasteering sessions with us and seeing their amazing photos on facebook.It seems the coasteering bug is catching and we are fanning the flames with our most popular sessions and those facebook photo albums http://www.facebook.com/CausewayCoasteering/photos_albums I guess this isn't much of a surprise to those of us who deliver our sessions here at Causeway Coasteering, we get to see the impact and stoke in our customers faces and hear the excited chat afterwards. Have you been coasteering yet? If so, have you enjoyed trying to explain it to others? How hard was it to put it into words?