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  1. Taste the best of Fermanagh’s local produce. Indulge your inner foodie and discover a unique perspective of the only island town in Ireland on the Enniskillen Taste Experience. On this this 3-hour gourmet tasting tour, you’ll experience the tastes, sounds and sights of Enniskillen.
  2. Explore ancient ritual sites and habitats in West Tyrone with a qualified landscape guide and ecologist. Join Martin Bradley on a visit to sites that were sacred in Bronze and Iron Age Ireland; to the tombs and standing stones, the quaking bogs, the healing wells and other places of powerful magic.
  3. These guided walking tours offer unique, private and personal experiences of the Giant's Causeway and surrounding areas, with speedy entrance to sites, privileged access on the sites and unique insights from Mark Rodgers, your specialist guide.
    1. Belfast City Hall is the Meeting place for the Belfast Eclectic City Center Walking Tour
      Enjoy an up-to-date walking tour on the music, street art and pub scenes of Belfast, while taking in the warm hospitality of the local people and discovering off-the-beaten track pubs, restaurants and experiences along the way.
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    2. Group enjoying the Cavehill Walking Tour with Experience and Explore
      Stone age warriors, ancient kings and quite a few cats. This is a tour packed with surprises. Situated high above Belfast, Cave Hill is visible across the city. Named for the five caves located on the side of the cliffs, it is rich in natural, archaeological and historical features.
    3. Belfast has a rich, storied tradition in both music-making and playing, and was designated a UNESCO City of Music in 2021. Your guide around this musical city is Dolores Vischer of Creative Tours Belfast, who will accompany you to sites of musical significance across this compact city.
    4. On a city walking tour, join your guide as they take you around key locations in and around the only intact walled city in Ireland on a fully guided tour, lasting approximately 1 hour.
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    5. DC Tours run scheduled, private and group walking tours. Their flagship tour ‘A History of Terror’ is an award-winning and politically neutral city centre walking tour explaining the history of the Troubles and the path to peace and reconciliation.
      1. Join your experienced, qualified tour guide and hill walking leader as she offers informative and enjoyable guided walking tours in and around the Mournes area.
        1. Visitors with tour guide, St. Georges Market,at fish stall sampling oysters
          Enjoy the multi award-winning Belfast Food Tour or choose from a variety of other tours including Sensorium, an interactive sensory cocktail experience, as well as bespoke private tours and corporate experiences.
          1. Part city-centre walking tour, part guided tour of the Hill of Armagh, Unearthing Macha is an exciting three hour fusion of history, storytelling, and food, following in the footsteps of a legendary figure from Northern Ireland’s past
          2. Lead The Way Tour of Carrickfergus is emotive and informative
            Discover what life was like in Carrickfergus during the Second World War (1939-45) on a guided walking tour with Adrian Hack of Lead The Way Tour. Using contemporary photographs and historical artefacts you'll learn how the war affected the everyday life of the local residents and workforce.
            1. Group on the Peace Bridge in Derry~Londonderry with guide David from Derrie Danders
              Combine sight-seeing and history on a fascinating guided stroll through the streets of Derry~Londonderry. The route of this unique, guided tour links the blue plaques of Derry~Londonderry and is the perfect way to get a handle on the heritage and layout of Europe’s oldest intact walled city.
              1. This walk initially follows unused forestry tracks traversing and zig zagging up Slieve Gullion's western slopes. A great day full of history, heritage, flora and fauna.Knowedgeable local guides take you on the less travelled natural paths and tracks.
                1. Image is of the Lady Alice Temple with surrounding foliage
                  As a current Royal Residence, Hillsborough Castle showcases beautiful rooms and glorious gardens and gives an intimate glimpse behind the scenes into the personal living quarters of a working royal household. But there is more here than meets the eye, revealed on tours where expert household staff share fascinating stories of celebration, entertainment, diplomacy, and negotiation that link the castle to Northern Ireland and the wider world.
                2. Brian Hoey talks about forgotten traditions of the past
                  Join a seventh-generation farmer, Brian on a journey to the heart of Irish myth, legend and old country folkways. You’ll see original butter-making tools used by Brian’s great-grandparents. Theirs is the magic that brings you up-close and personal with the past. You’ll hear tell of the millennia-old traditions and secrets of this ancient, magical place. and walk in the footsteps (and hoofprints) of ancient herds, warriors and fairies.
                  1. Cathy ONeill, tour guide of The Emigrants Walk experience
                    Step back in time with an expert-guided walk across Carntogher Mountain in the footsteps of mid-18th Century famine emigrants. Follow the same tracks, ascend the same slopes and head out under the same brooding skies as these families did. Get a taste of their last homeland meal and raise a poitín toast to their bravery.

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