Reasons to Visit Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland has made a comeback and it shows no signs of dropping titles like ‘one of the world’s must-see destinations’ any time soon. The country goes from strength to strength as beautifully scenic landscapes, attractions both historic and contemporary and wonderfully warm welcomes captivate repeat and first-time visitors alike.

The country is quickly become recognized for its natural heritage, remarkable cultural treasures, outdoor activities in abundance, and an increasingly vibrant food and music scene. Our advice? Check out the following and go explore – you won’t be disappointed.

​Golfers Paradise

The home grown talent in Rory McIlroy, Darren Clarke and Graeme McDowell is testament to Northern Irelands golfing heritage so it would be a must to hone your skills on a diverse range of parkland and seaside courses.

​The Northern Ireland golf scene is as hot as it’s ever been in this country of outstanding beauty. which some say was built for golf. With top class courses in Portrush, Dundrum Bay, Portstewart, Castlerock, Ardglass and Holywood – it is hard to argue otherwise.

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​Adventure Playground

From the gentle to the extreme there is something here for you to discover in Northern Ireland! Perfect for that ultimate family adventure or for an adrenaline-fuelled experience.

​Find wonderful walkways dotted across Co. Tyrone, tackle the terrain within the Mourne Mountains, hit the lakes in Co. Fermanagh for all things wet and wild or walk the cliff path in Co. Antrim proving to be a hair raising yet exhilarating adventure that will excite all the senses.

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History Lesson…upon Lesson

Northern Ireland offers many moments of enlightenment on more than just one subject matter. From Saint Patrick and his burial place in Down and the birthplace of the Titanic to how Derry became the only fully walled city in Ireland and the beautiful Victorian architecture in Belfast.

​Find historic Crumlin Road Gaol and SS Nomadic and hear stories of the formation of the early Christian Church and the engineering achievements of the Industrial Revolution – these are lessons to engage, intrigue and often astound.

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World Famous Hospitality

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Put simply, Northern Ireland is destination delicious. Here, out of a landscape of lush green fields, fresh pure lakes and crystal clean Atlantic and Irish Sea waters, a distinct food culture has developed, with a focus on the very best local ingredients.

Wherever you go in Northern Ireland, you’ll naturally find fabulous food and drink, With innovative food and drink producers in Down and Derry getting craft with local beer, the quality keeps coming from the warm welcomes you may come to expect.

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Exceptional Scenery

Northern Ireland is fortunate to be surrounded by nature and beauty in every county. In fact, it has 8 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 47 national nature reserves, 43 special areas of conservation, and 10 special protection areas.

​From Binevenagh in Derry and Lagan Valley in Down to the Ring of Gullion in Armagh and the Sperrins in Tyrone – is it really any wonder? The cherry on top is the hidden gems like enchanting caves in Co. Fermanagh or Co. Cavan where there is supposedly a lake for every day of the year.

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Get sold on the inspirational locations, stunning landscapes and friendliest welcomes which makes this country Northern Ireland.

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Northern Ireland Specialists

We are experts in group travel who also just so happen to be specialists in Northern Ireland as well. If you have your plans set or have ideas for a trip, we would love to help you out today.

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