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Set at the foot of Binevenagh along the Causeway Coastal route.
Come and try Canoeing, Raft ...
We organise self-guided walking holidays on the Causeway Coastal Way and in other areas of ...
Carrickfergus with over 1000 years of history under its belt, has lots of secrets to reveal.
The aim of Mourne mountain tours is to show off the heart of the Mournes to the tourists that visit.
Armagh Guided Tours was set up in the year 2000 by Barbara Ferguson.
Walking can be the very best to explore the coastline, countryside, towns and villages.
Breathtaking and delightful coastal walk at the picturesque town of Whitehead.
About Ulster delivers upland, river and coastal exploration trips for the visitor who wishes to ...
Treasure hunts and mystery walking and driving trails across Northern Ireland aiming to get ...
Guided sea kayak expeditions on the Causeway Coast and open canoe trips on the Lower Bann.
The Gobbins is a unique coastal experience at Islandmagee, on the first part of the Causeway Coastal Route as you journey north from Belfast.
Come and try Canoeing, Raft Building, High Ropes Activities, Climbing Wall, Zip Line, Archery, Maize Maze and much more in a magnificent setting!
Other activities include ...
We organise self-guided walking holidays on the Causeway Coastal Way and in other areas of Northern Ireland.
We offer "guest house to guest house" walking with luggage transfers or "single centre" walking with transfers to the start of and ...
Carrickfergus was the capital of Ulster and has an amazing history. The castle is over 800 years old. Monarchs from King John to Queen Elizabeth 11 have visited the town. Coins were minted here. There are salt mines. Deane Jonathan Swift lived here.
Come walk with us through the hills that millions of years ago were under sea, up to Fermanagh's highest peak, with spectacular views of three Provinces. Soak up the atmosphere of the unique Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark.
Be guided through the peaks and valleys. Learn about the geological processes that formed the mountains, discover how past generations left their mark on the landscape and how the region was impacted by the second world war. Enjoy stunning scenary.
Armagh Guided Tours was set in the year 2000 ago by Barbara Ferguson, a local person born and bred in the County of Armagh.
The business has expanded and we now have three local guides.
The Experience Ards and North Down Guided Tours programme is a unique series of guided coach, boat and walking tours, which allow you to experience some of the unique sights and attractions the area has to offer.
A short and delightful circular walk from the picturesque seaside village of Whitehead, at the southern end of Islandmagee, around Blackhead, the most easterly point of County Antrim.
About Ulster delivers upland, river and coastal exploration trips for the visitor who wishes to do more than just enjoy the views.
Treasure hunts and mystery walking and driving trails across Northern Ireland aiming to get people to switch off their TVs and games consoles and get out and about exploring the towns and cities of Northern Ireland, learning, and having fun.
A walking holiday operator will take the stress out of organising and planning your walking trip. Operators will tailor packages to your wants and needs offering luggage transfer options, maps, guides and specialist accommodation to suit all budgets.
Producing some of the finest food and drink available, everywhere you look in Northern Ireland you'll find a food story that entertains and an experience that celebrates all things cooking, eating and drinking.
Journey with us as we travel the length
Explore the story behind Belfast's world-famous walls Only £8 pp Cathedral Quarter, Belfast Guided street art walking tour
We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day and, in Northern Ireland, we’ve perfected the art of a hearty breakfast – whether it’s an Ulster Fry or a hot bowl of porridge.
An expansive urban waterfront with Titanic Belfast as its centrepiece, you can’t truly experience Belfast without taking some time exploring the Titanic Quarter. Here are the highlights:
Rathlin Island is Northern Ireland’s only inhabited offshore island and home to a spectacular array of wildlife located five miles north of Ballycastle on the North Antrim Coast. With the re-opening of the RSPB Seabird Centre and first time access
The Belfast Hills provide a tranquil contrast to the hustle and bustle of urban life below. Travel just minutes from the city centre for fantastic views over Belfast and beyond.
From flying through the air on Ireland's longest zipline to mud-tastic mountain biking and extreme downhill zorbing, Northern Ireland is sure to satisfy the thrillseeking appetite of any teenager. Mum and dad will love joining in too, if they’re
Stuck for ideas on what to do in Belfast this weekend? Then wonder no more. We've taken the leg work out of it for you with our top 26 things to do in Belfast on a Sunday.
Once you’ve covered the big tickets, rove out a bit and you’ll discover there’s an enormous assortment of surprises to be found in and around Belfast.
Northern Ireland produces some of the finest food and drink in the world.
Embark on the Causeway Coastal Route: One of the greatest drives on earth.