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Sacred Site Tours Northern Ireland

32A Annaghnaboe Road, Annaghnaboe, Dungannon, County Tyrone, BT71 4QH
Sacred Site Tours Northern Ireland

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Walk in the steps of the ancestors on private guided tours to the ancient and sacred sites in the North of Ireland. For over six thousand years, the Neolithic people, the Celts, as well as those who followed them were actively involved in healing, divination, other world journeying and ceremony at these extraordinary places. Experience the magic of it. These tours are interactive; so, have a go at dowsing to feel energy, making a wish, experiencing the energy of a place for yourself. These are places of awe, mystery and wonder.

They are very beautiful places to photograph, to take away memories, and to re-connect to, again and again.

All tours are personally guided, and are customised to fit with your preferences, your available time, and the places you would like to travel to.

Contact Maura to tailor make a tour to fit your needs. Experience something unique, something for you to treasure for years to come.

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  • Online Booking

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  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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* Tours by arrangement.

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