Visit Wicklow has just launched its new Wicklow Ambassador Collector’s Pin to celebrate anyone collecting 15 or more stamps on the Wicklow Passport challenge.
The Wicklow Passport project has been extremely popular over the past couple of years with many visitors ‘stamping’ their journey around Wicklow. There are 23 stamps to choose from all representing a town or a village around Wicklow.
In each location, there are various stamping locations where to get the stamps. Collecting 15 or more of the Wicklow Passport Stamps is quite a challenge, and the new pin is a great reward to mark such an achievement.
Go online at http://visitwicklow.ie/passport, order your Wicklow Passport and start planning trips around Wicklow. With 15 or more stamps collected, send an image of your Wicklow Passport and VisitWicklow will send your Ambassador’s Certificate and your well-earned in a goodie. Why not offer a Wicklow Passport for Christmas: VisitWicklow will send it anywhere in the world!
“The Award Winning Wicklow Passport initiative has been successful at bringing visitors to some of the remotest places in the county”, says Brian Gleeson, Chief Executive of Wicklow County Council and Chair of Wicklow County Tourism. “It is a great way to discover the hidden gems around Wicklow in a fun and entertaining way”.
Cllr Tommy Annesley, Cathaoirleach of Wicklow County Council, added: “The Wicklow Passport is a great Christmas present to give to friends and families and can be sent to anyone around the world. The Passport showcases the great variety of things to see and do around the county and offers a great way to (re)discover how fantastic Wicklow is.
To obtain a Wicklow Passport go to http://visitwicklow.ie/passport and stamp each journey through County Wicklow.