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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Todds Leap

    As Northern Ireland’s largest county, Tyrone is the daddy of them all when it comes to fun and adventure. You’ll pack loads into a few days here. So, pack your bikes and helmets, walking boots and fleeces, and gear for mucking about in. Hey, pack the dog if you feel like it. You’re all going to have a weekend you’ll never forget. Ready? Good, ‘cos we’ve got things to do, great food to eat and places to stay. 

    25 Jun 2020
  2. The Jungle NI

    How do you keep a teenager happy? No, there’s no punchline coming. Just a whole lot of helpful ideas and brilliant things to do in Northern Ireland. Whether your teenagers are into water sports or turning into budding rally champions, there’s an experience waiting for them here. So, charge up the phones. These are memories they’ll want to keep.

    25 Jun 2020
  3. A mother and father holding their young son and looking into a display tank containing clownfish, regal blue tang and coral, at Exploris, Portaferry, County Down.

    Yes, it’s true. While our disposition is always beautifully sunny, you may get the occasional wet day here in Northern Ireland. Though don’t let that dampen your spirits. Northern Ireland is well prepared for rainier spells with indoor pursuits and attractions to brighten everyone’s day – whether it’s a trip to an energy-burning water sports centre or a brain-stretching look at the solar system.  

    25 Jun 2020
  4. The Jungle NI

    Northern Ireland offers a whole host of hands-on and hands-off activities for families to choose from and we promise they won’t break the bank. Here’s a few suggestions to get you started...

    25 Jun 2020
  5. Todds Leap

    Mid-Ulster is home to some wild open spaces and beautiful countryside. As well as running amok in the Sperrin Mountains or the glorious Gortin Glen, kids can have great fun at the many forest parks, theme parks and picnic areas in this part of the world. 

    25 Jun 2020
  6. A father and his 2 sons kayaking on Lough Erne, County Fermanagh

    Fermanagh, the lakeland county, has lots on offer for all the family, from caving to canoeing and from biking to hiking. No matter what your family is into, on water or dry land, you’re about to discover that a fun-filled Fermanagh family break is an adventure quite unlike any other. 

    25 Jun 2020
  7. Rathlin Island

    Such is the splendour of the magnificent Causeway Coastal Route that it inspires people of all ages. Its steep cliffs, dramatic sites and crashing seas have fuelled the imaginations of those who wrote both ancient folklore and more recent children’s tales like C.S. Lewis. With fantastic scenery, lots of fun and plenty of activities, there is something for every member of your clan. 

    25 Jun 2020
  8. Rathlin Island

    There’s nothing like the freedom of getting out and about on your bike. The fresh air all around you, the wind in your face, little legs pedalling for all they’re worth. Of course, those little legs need somewhere safe to cycle and Northern Ireland is full of family cycle routes. Just pack a picnic and you’re set to go.

    25 Jun 2020
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