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Coasteering Morning Trip
"A Coasteering trip lasts approx 2.5 hours. On arrival our friendly experienced guides will have a brief chat with you before getting you kitted out with a wetsuit and safety gear. After a safety brief you will then be ready to experience some rock scramb adventure swimming belly flopping water splashing and possibly even a spot of cliff jumping if you are feeling brave enough!We supply the following:Good winter wetsuits Buoyancy aids Protective helmet Neoprene socks &a gloves (only provi""Coasteering is the fastest growing Adventure Sport in the UK and one of the best Natural Adventure Sports that you could ever try! Northern Ireland has some of the most dramatic Coastlines in Europe. We have spent years selecting the best venues on offer!title=Highlights&1=2.5-hour+coasteering+tour+of+Northern+Ireland&2=Get+active+as+you+swim%2C+scramble+and+jump+along+the+rocky+coves+and+windswept+beaches&3=Explore+hidden+beaches%2C+bays+and+sea+caves+along+the+Irish+coast&4=Full+instruction+and+all+equi
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Bloody Sunday and Bogside Murals Private Walking Tour
"Departing from the Tower Museum in the city centre this private Bloody Sunday and Bogside murals tour will take you into the heart of the Bogside district of Derry  the crucible of the modern day conflict in Ireland. This 90-minute walking tour will begin at Free Derry Wall and take you around some of the Bogside murals.The modern history of Derry is explored in the Bogside tour. Subjects range from th widespread religious discrimination against Irish Catholics Civil Rights period Battle of the Bogside 1969 Bloody Sunday massacre January 1972 and covers both inquiries in to Bloody Sunday and the conflict that occurred here afterwards.These tours are ideal for school and university groups studying Irish history as well as peace and reconciliation stu
From GBP15.00
 
City Sightseeing Derry Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"Board the open-top double-decker bus at any of the stops around Chester. Sit back and relax as you travel through the city enjoying 360-views and informative commentary on board. Stay on board for the entire one-hour loop or hop on and off as you please to explore by foot.This historic city situated on the River Foyle is Ireland's only remaining walled city. The Irish built the city walls to protect themselves from England and Scotland in the early 17th century and today it remains as one of the most exceptional fortified cities in Europe. Marvel at these city walls from the comfort of your bus
From GBP13.00

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Irvinestown

Legend has it that a mysterious and graceful lady clad in glowing garments once regularly glided across Lough Erne passing by Inishmacsaint, Inisgarve, Inisdoney, Inisclare and Inisglorraigh, carrying...
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Florence Court House

I had been to the Botanical Gardens in Belfast earlier in the week and when I was in Enniskillen visiting Florence House and saw they also had a Walled Garden I felt I should take a stroll through the...
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Marble Arch Caves

I have noted elsewhere on my Northern Ireland pages that I see far more when I am showing a visitor round than I did when I lived there and this is the case here. My dear friend VT member Ravenswing...
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Lough Erne

Even though I was born and brought up in County Fermanagh I make a point of dropping into the Fermanagh Visitors Information Centre in Enniskillen each time I return. Each time I do so I ask the same...
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War Memorial - Princess Diana Peace Cairn

Enniskillen’s War Memorial at the intersection of Belmore Steet, the Queen Elizabeth Road and East Bridge Street was constructed in the aftermath of World War I to commemorate those who lost their...
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Devenish Island - Monastic Site

Devenish Island, on the southern end of Lower Lough Erne and 1.5 miles downstream from Enniskillen is one of the best preserved monastic sites in Ireland. It was founded by St Molaise in the 6th...
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White Island

Unsurprisingly the White Island ferry exists to ferry people back and forth from White Island, the location of a series of beautiful early Christian stone carvings dating from pre-Norman times and the...
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Garden of Celtic Saints - Irvinestown

This is the second part of a two part review on the Garden of Celtic Saints in Irvinestown. The Garden provides, through life-sized carvings in six small stone houses, a potted history of early Irish...
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Tickety Moo

The cows at Oghill Farm, now better known as Tickety Moo, know that everyone loves the ice-cream made from their milk and because of this they voluntarily queue up to be milked several times a...
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Three Way Inn

Whilst exploring Enniskillen and it's environs with my travelling companion, VT member Ravenswing aka Lynne, we had decided on a day at the Marble Arch caves (see separate tip on this page) and a call...
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Enniskillen Castle

The castle complex consists of a number of buildings including the Keep (main castle), the Watergate, a magazine, various barracks buildings and a reception area. The reception area which houses the...
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Castle Coole

Prior to reading this review I recommend you read my review on Castle Coole House and grounds - Castle Coole – Snubbed by the King. In its heyday Castle Coole Estate hired up to 90 staff. While many...
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Portora Castle

Portora Castle is located on the south bank of the River Erne overlooking the narrowest part of the river before it widens into Lower Lough Erne. Archaeological digs have recovered Stone Age axes,...
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Town Hall

The Town Hall is located in the centre of Enniskillen (at the Diamond) and on one of two hills on the Island. Atop the other hill, a couple of hundred metres away, is St Macartin’s Cathedral. The...
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5 Wickham Drive, Tempo Road, Enniskillen, BT74 6HX, United Kingdom
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