Activities

Tours & Sightseeing

City Sightseeing Derry Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

Explore Derry, the second-largest city in Northern Ireland, on a City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off tour. With your 24-hour or 48-hour pass, see the sights of Derry aboard an open-top, double-decker bus that includes informative audio commentary. Hop on and off as you please at any of the seven stops including St Eugene's Cathedral and the People's Gallery.
$16
2 days
Outdoor Activities

Coasteering Morning Trip in Ballintoy

Try out one of the United Kingdom's fastest-growing adventure sports, as you scour the coastline of Northern Ireland with 2.5-hours of coasteering. In this multi-discipline coastal adventure, you'll climb, swim, scramble, splash, and get your adrenaline rushing, as you navigate a route across the scenic and rugged Ballintoy coastline. Full instruction and all equipment is provided, so all you need is a sense of adventure a thirst for the new and extreme.
$58
2.5 hours
Cultural & Theme Tours

Daily Heritage Tour of Kells

Enjoy a lively 60-minute walk of the Heritage Town of Kells and listen to stories about the High Kings, the pre-Olympic Games of Ireland, Colmcille & the foundation of Kells, the creation of the monastery, the Book of Kells, the Normans in Kells, and much more!
$11
1.5 hours
Tours & Sightseeing

Ireland's Sperrin Mountains Tour from Magherafelt

The Sperrin Mountains is one of the largest and most unspoilt mountain ranges in Ireland, and this 5-hour guided tour from Magherafelt gives you an opportunity admire this beautiful natural landscape. Stretching from the shores of Lough Neagh in the south to the Atlantic Ocean in the North, this unique and distinctive landscape is classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
$203
5 hours
Walking & Biking Tours

Walking Tour of Seamus Heaney's Bellaghy

Welcome to the definitive walking tour of Seamus Heaney’s Bellaghy. Having known and worked with Seamus Heaney over many years and having grown up in the same fields and lanes and knowing the same people in his native Bellaghy, your guide Fergal Kearney is uniquely placed to follow in the footsteps of the great man and to share the poet’s home place through his own eyes. This is no stranger’s view of the poet in his place, but that of a generation that has been powerfully influenced by Seamus Heaney and known him personally over many years.
$16
1.5 hours
Private & Custom Tours

Bloody Sunday and Bogside Murals Private Walking Tour

The modern history of Derry is explored in the Bloody Sunday and Bogside murals walking tour, organised for you and your party only. Subjects range from the partition of Ireland and the creation of the six-county state, widespread religious discrimination against Irish Catholics, Civil Rights period, Battle of the Bogside 1969 and Bloody Sunday massacre January 1972. The tour also covers both inquiries in to Bloody Sunday and the conflict that occurred here afterwards. Sights to see Free Derry Corner, Bogside murals, Bloody Sunday massacre site and Bloody Sunday monument.
$19
1.5 hours
Walking & Biking Tours

Derry Walls Private Walking Tour

Walking Derry's historic walls will take you around 1.4 km (0.87 miles) of one of the best preserved walled cities in Europe. Built in 1613 the walls are utilised in telling the history of Derry. Starting in the Monastic period (6th century) the history of Derry unfolds Nine Years War, Plantation of Ulster, 1641 Rebellion, Siege of Derry 1689, 1798 Rebellion the Great Hunger and more. This tour offers you 90 minutes of Irish history explored and explained.
$19
1.5 hours
Food, Wine & Nightlife

Ballycastle Food Tour including Tastings

Ballycastle Food Tour is a 6-stop food tour showcasing local Irish foods, producers, chefs, history and culture, only approx. 55 miles (89 km) away from the capital Belfast. Ballycastle’s eating places reflect its coastline, countryside and love of a ‘good feed’. It showcases everything from an Ulster Fry to bread and cakes, from fresh fish to high class patisserie, from cheese to ale, from local farmers to artisan producers. You stop at The Bay Café for a breakfast stack; walk around the local Spar tasting local cheese; Thyme and Co for cake and scones; The Central for seafood chowder and Guinness bread; O’Connors for a daily special and Rathlin Red Ale; Ursa Minor for sourdough bread and patisserie. It showcases other foodie and non-foodie gems, gives guests a sustainable cotton bag and local leaflets about what’s available in the town such as the Seaweed Spa and art galleries/shops. Your qualified Heritage Guide will guarantee you'll have great 'craic' (fun and laughter)!
$39
3.5 hours