An ancient mountain range with rocks dating from at least 650 million years ago, the Sperrins have been home to people for millennia. Ideally, a trip of one to three days will let you experience the ancient sites and skies in the area in all their glory.
The lush green fields of Mid Ulster are home to some of the region’s best food producers and much of that home-grown produce makes its way to the plates of the area’s local eateries.
Indulge your love of literature by taking two days (or more if you have time to spare) to travel through the Mid Ulster landscapes, places, towns and villages that have given inspiration to writers for hundreds of years.
If you’re looking for a short break that is all about pampering me-time, then you’re spoilt for choice in the tranquil rural setting of Mid Ulster.
Being home to wild open spaces and rugged countryside, Mid Ulster is the perfect place to discover your sense of adventure as you explore at your own pace the great outdoors and all the activities on offer in the area.
Take a tour of the beautiful Clogher Valley and enjoy stunning views and beautiful scenery.
Tours for individuals and groups Visiting Northern Ireland, for a more personal and individual experience from any port of entry.
Enjoy the breath-taking scenery and savour the culture and heritage of this beautiful area.
Join your tour guide at Ranfurly House, where a fascinating interactive exhibition ushers you into the world of the O’Neill dynasty, the Nine Years War and Plantation of Ulster.
Outstanding guided tours of the beautiful Mid Ulster region, taking in our unique landscapes, history, heritage and literary culture.
Blue Badge Guide specialising in Clogher Valley, Tyrone, Genealogy and Agriculture.
Experience for yourself the landscape and environment made famous by the poet Seamus Heaney.
Sean has an Advanced National Diploma in Tour Guiding, All Ireland Certificate awarded by FETAC, a member of ATGI and is a member of the millennium awards fellowship.
Walk the steps of the ancestors in private tours to the ancient and sacred sites.
The Carleton Trail is a way marked way that extends for 30 miles through a lush green Tyrone landscape rich in local history, architecture, ancient monuments, quiet streams and spectacular viewpoints.
Come find your way where others have gone for centuries before in Castlecaulfield & Donaghmore.