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There are few things as humbling and breath-taking as coming face to face with the world’s largest creatures and a unique wildlife encounter. Whale watching is one of those things that on nearly everyones “100 things to do list or bucket list"
Colin Barnes Cork Whale Watch Inane, Castletownshe
Kayaking is a wonderful sport and outdoor activity. Especially if you learn it with experienced instructors in and around Galway. If you want to learn to kayak we have you covered – no matter if you are an adult: Adult Beginner Courses or a junior:
Commercial Boat Club, Steamers Quay (near Woodquay
Is one of the top 4-star luxury resort hotels in Ireland. Situated by Rosslare’s sandy beach, this famous family resort is a favourite with every generation.
Kelly's Resort Hotel & Spa
Wexford Y35 Y83V
A portion of the former Belfast and County Down Railway was restored 1985 and is now a working railway museum, incorporating the various aspects of Northern Ireland’s railway heritage. Spend an afternoon exploring everything around the station.
Downpatrick & County Down Railway
Market Street, DOWNPATRICK
Down BT30 6LZ
Set off on a journey of discovery and see the wonders of the galaxy at the Armagh Planetarium a world-renowned astronomical educational establishment. Established in 1968 its purpose is to bring astronomy to a wider audience.
Armagh Planetarium College Hill Armagh Co. Armagh
One of Ireland’s most visited natural attractions, at 702ft above the crashing Atlantic swells With a superb visitor centre, an invigorating coastal walking route. Be enchanted by Ireland’s flourishing west coast, part of the Wild Atlantic Way.
Cliffs of Mohar
Experience a wonderful interpretative centre and five amazing walking trails around Cavan Burren Park, with spectacular prehistoric tombs, fantastic geology and special stories of Giants and moving glaciers come to life.
Cavan Burren Park
in City Tours
Explore Ireland’s capital city on a City Sightseeing bus tour; taking you to Dublin’s most iconic locations & historic buildings with over 30 tour stops to choose from, this bus tour is the perfect way to explore the incredible Irish capitol.
Dublin Visitor Centre, 118 Grafton Street
City Sightseeing Shop, 13 Upper O'Connell Stree
walking tour from the Martello Tower in Donabate to the Martello Tower in Portrane, taking in the stunning views along the cliff walk, fun and informative 5 kilometre tour, you will learn all about the history along Ireland’s eastern seaboard.
Martello Tower Donabate
Stonehall Wildlife hosts a wide variety of animals from all corners of the world wild and domestic, Llamas, Alpacas, Ostriches, Emus, Rheas, Wallaby’s, Meerkats with a large variety of Parrots, & Birds of Prey.
Stonehall Wildlife Park Curraghchase Kilcornan