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    • Geography

Northern Ireland

Dramatic coastal scenery & a legendary history connected to geology awaits

Sample itinerary

Day Morning Afternoon Evening
1 Depart for Belfast. On arrival, take a guided walking tour of the city covering its history from the building of the Titanic to the recent Troubles. Visit Titanic Belfast, the world’s largest Titanic visitor experience. Explore the nine interactive galleries & learn about the building of this iconic ship all the way through to its tragic sinking in 1912 Check into your accommodation & enjoy an evening meal
2 Travel north to visit the newly reopened Gobbins Cliff Path which dates back to Edwardian times. Experience the dramatic & ever changing scenery as you scale specially constructed bridges & tunnels through the cliff face Head along the North Antrim coast and see the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridgeas it traverses 30 metres above the ocean. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Giants Causeway to see Northern Ireland’s only World Heritage Site. The new visitor’s centre will fill you in on the legends & geography of the 40,000 basalt columns at the causeway Check into your accommodation and enjoy an evening meal
3 Travel south from the city of Derry, to the Ulster American Folk Park just outside Omagh. This open-air museum takes you on a journey where you can follow the trail of thousands of emigrants from their thatched dwellings in Ulster onto a full scale emigrant ship to the log cabins of the American Frontier. Experience one of Europe's finest showcaves at Marblearch Caves in Fermanagh. Take a guided tour through this amazing natural underworld of rivers, chambers and passages. This is a real must-see for this tour! Depart for home