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We work in close partnership with Tourism Ireland & Visit Britain to provide opportunities for Northern Ireland industry to promote their businesses overseas.

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    Categories: Events

    Partner Platforms

    We work in close partnership with Tourism Ireland & Visit Britain to provide opportunities for Northern Ireland industry to promote their businesses overseas.

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    Categories: Events

    ITOA Workshop

    We're pleased to announce the ITOA B2B workshop on 17th November 2022.

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    Categories: Trip Planning

    Getting Around Northern Ireland

    Getting around Northern Ireland is a doddle and because it’s so small, it’s also stress free. With good roads, great public transport and a range of discount passes, we do our best to help you get to as many of our most popular attractions and picturesque landscapes with minimal fuss.

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    Categories: Trip Planning

    Driving in Northern Ireland

    Driving in Northern Ireland (NI) is governed by rules set out in the Highway Code.  The following paragraphs summarise some of the differences that you may encounter and may help your clients have a safe journey during their stay.

  • 2 females on board the Enterprise train that operates between Belfast and Dublin. They are sitting at window seats, chatting across a table, with their shopping bags in the aisle seat.
    Categories: Trip Planning

    Getting to Northern Ireland

    There are three airports in Northern Ireland. Between them, Belfast International Airport and the George Best Belfast City Airport welcome over 8 million visitors every year. In the north west of Northern Ireland, the City of Derry Airport offers easy access to Derry-Londonderry and beyond.

  • A group of people on a food tour, on the streets of Belfast as part of the Belfast Food Tour experience.
    Categories: Support

    Familiarisation Trips

    Support for tour operators or travel trade organising familiarisation trips to Northern Ireland for staff or clients.

  • Peter Rafferty (tour guide) with a tour group  of 4, on The Mourne Mountains with a view of Silent Valley, as part of the Men of the Mournes Embrace a Giant Spirit experience
    Categories: Hosts

    Meet your big-hearted hosts

    Befriending strangers and making sure they enjoy themselves comes naturally to us. Our experience providers really care about your clients and will go out of their way to help you.

  • A male and female couple looking through a shop window at paintings and crafts in the Craft Village in Derry/Londonderry.
    Categories: Itineraries

    Cityscapes and Stars

    Belfast & Derry~Londonderry, 2 day itinerary

    You'll get as much art, culture, history, traditional music and good old-fashioned fun as you can handle, and it won't be long before you're planning a return trip.

  • Visitors admiring the Irish Sea and the rugged coastline of the Causeway Coast from The Gobbins Cliff Path
    Categories: Itineraries

    Causeway Coastal Adventures

    Causeway Coastal Route, 3 day itinerary

    Explore the Causeway Coastal Route and experience some of the best outdoor adventures in Northern Ireland. 

  • Exterior of Enniskillen Castle with the River Erne in the foreground.
    Categories: Itineraries

    Luxury in the Lakelands

    Co. Fermanagh, 3 day itinerary

    Head west to Co. Fermanagh where adventure awaits. It’s a lush playground formed from drumlins and Lakelands with unexpected experiences around every corner.

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