The exceptional nature of the people and the beauty found in every part of the land makes it quite difficult to have a bad time in Ireland. If it rains, there's always a pub nearby.
There are many levels of tours offered in Ireland, ranging from simple suggestions of places to go to the comfort of tour busses where everything is carefully planned for your convenience.
Footfalls Walking Tours
Mourne Wall Walk
The wall covers 9000-plus feet of ascent, rising and falling over 15 mountains including Slieve Donard, Slieve Commedagh and the ever popular Slieve Binnian. While it provides a physical challenge to complete in one day, it is unquestionably the greatest long walk in the Mournes, providing views and memories unsurpassed in Northern Ireland.
Munster Hill Walks
All walks have been conducted on a preplanned basis in a group with an experienced walk leader.
Ecotourism Attractions and Events
Free-flying demonstrations with different birds of prey such as eagles, hawks and falcons twice daily at 11 am and 3 pm lasting one hour each and that there is also a pet-zoo
We hope you will enjoy organic food and experience a different pace of life and wellbeing. We will give you nature / educational based holiday capable of broadening your mind and enlivening your souls, a different destination firmly grounded in sustainable principles and practices.
Northern Ireland Aquarium
Following a proposal made by the Irish Whale and Dolphin Group the Irish government declared Irish coastal waters a whale and dolphin sanctuary during the early 1990's, the first of its kind in Europe.
Archeology and Mythical Ireland
Celtic Spirit Tours
We specialize in walking tours, Celtic heritage courses, Single Holidays, Irish singing and dancing, basket making and archaeological tours.
Back in the villages you will encounter the homely warmth of the local hospitality-fine food, music, and 'craic.'
Stone walls, built with care and skill, remind us that this place was once densely populated.
Here and there ruins of stone-built cottages stand deserted, relics of a famine-ravaged past. There potato beds lie; ridge and furrow, beneath the purple heather where early nineteenth century toil yielded crops.
History walks ivy-clad cloisters where monks once forged a golden age of learning for the darkness of the middle ages.
A collection of ancient megalithic sites, mythology, art and astronomy, with some virtual tours, by artist and researcher Martin Byrne.
Sacred Site Tours
The mountains and loughs we visit are homes of the gods & goddesses & reverberate with energy.