On the second part of your day 2 trip, we headed towards Mamore Gap, a route of windy roads. Watch out for speeding tourists and locals who usually take up two sides of the road even on blind corners!
Wild Atlantic Way sign at Mamore Gap
This beautiful drive took us out of our way by only 10-15 mins and was well worth the trip, some fantastic views from the top are visible on clear days. Rising up at 250 meters above sea level, views of Lough Swilly, the Fanad Peninsula, Urris and North Inishowen can be seen.
Day two of our adventure and already we were feeling the temperature decrease. After having spent our first night in a tent we didn’t really know what to expect. We woke up at 7am due to the wind, light rain and a Donkey crying every 10 minutes! We decided to get up, get dressed and hit the showers!
Sunrise from Binion Bay Campsite
Where we parked towards the showers was a good few minutes’ walk, not perfect in a cold chilly morning, but needs are a must!