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Carrickfergus with over 1000 years of history under its belt, has lots of secrets to reveal.
We organise self-guided walking holidays on the Causeway Coastal Way and in other areas of ...
Giant's Causeway day tour from Belfast, which includes a stunning five mile cliff path walk.
Upland, river and coastal exploration trips for those who wish to do more than just enjoy the view.
Mourne Shuttle Service, 16 seat mini bus providing hillwalkers service in the Mournes.
Treasure hunts and mystery walking and driving trails across Northern Ireland aiming to get ...
Outdoor Ireland North specialises in small group guided mountain hikes, countryside walks and ...
Guided sea kayak expeditions on the Causeway Coast and open canoe trips on the Lower Bann.
Hike The Brandy Pad, a beautiful old Smuggling route through the heart of The High Mournes.
Armagh Guided Tours was set up in the year 2000 by Barbara Ferguson.
Right at the tip of the Ards Peninsula and at the mouth of Strangford Lough is Portaferry.
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.
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 ...
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.
A spectacular day tour from Belfast, focused around a five mile cliff walk. The guided route provides spectacular breathtaking coastal scenery along a rugged coastline in an area of outstanding natural beauty which culminates at the Giant's Causeway.
About Ulster delivers upland, river and coastal exploration trips for the visitor who wishes to do more than just enjoy the views.
Have you ever gone to plan your next walking route in the Mournes only to be restricted by where you park your car? The Mournes Shuttle Bus Service provides a shuttle service to walkers in the Mourne Area to help get you to your destination.
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.
Outdoor Ireland North specialises in small group guided mountain hikes, countryside walks and road cycling trips. 'Be Active & Enjoy the Outdoor Environment'.
Mountain Ways Ireland will guide you along The Brandy Pad ,a beautiful old Smuggling route through the heart of The High Mournes. Listen to the stories of the smugglers and the men who built the mighty Mourne wall.
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.
Portaferry, situated on the southernmost tip of the Ards Peninsula, is full of character, with craft shops, pubs, restaurants and Northern Ireland's only aquarium adding to its appeal. A frequent car ferry operates between Portaferry & Strangford.
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.
Bring the history of the walls to life. £4 per person Derry~Londonderry, County Londonderry Fully guided tour
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.
With Belfast and the Causeway Coastal Route named the number one region to visit
by Lonely Planet, we've put together a list of authentic experiences for you to check off your 2018 bucket list.
Northern Ireland is Game of Thrones® territory. From the Doors of Thrones, Glass of Thrones walking trail, unique filming locations, tours and exhibitions we have everything a true Thronie would enjoy. Please be aware that the following may contain
Like Berlin and Bethlehem, also famous for their walls, Belfast has become a place where street art has flourished, where artists from around the world have come to paint. Opening Date: 19th July From £10 per person. Belfast, County Antrim. Fully
When it comes to walking there are few who love it more than man’s best friend. With so many places to explore on foot we’ve put together some fantastic walks in Northern Ireland with dog friendly accommodation and places to eat nearby that are sure
“I really was in awe of what Northern Ireland has to offer on my road trip, every corner you turn there is an amazing view or something new to experience, with excellent food and accommodation too. I often head North for gigs and work, but it was
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
Northern Ireland is home to 26 filming locations from Game of Thrones®, as well as the Doors of Thrones and the Glass of Thrones tour. The variety of official attractions here mean that whether you’re a fully-fledged ‘Thronie’, or don’t know your