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Red Kite Tours NI

The Square, Castlewellan, County Down, BT31 9DN
Red Kite Tours NI

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Come with us on a journey around the stunning countryside and coastline of South Down. Marvel at the amazing array of wildlife, flora and fauna of this beautiful part of Northern Ireland.

Bird watching from raptors to ravens, discover otters and seals along the coastline and stumble across rare butterflies and wildflowers among the dunes and heath lands.

Watch the majestic Red Kites as they wheel and soar together over the South Down landscape, as the sun goes down against the stunning back drop of the Mountains of Mourne and the Dromara Hills.

Come and explore with us. A magical experience.

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