Far and Wild

Walking Route
Far and Wild is the leading eco-adventure company in the North of Ireland. Our unique service focuses on personal wilderness experiences and sustaining the environment. Every Far and Wild experience makes a contribution not just to participants but also puts something back into an area of natural beauty.

As Adventuremark accredited, our staff are highly trained and provide professional support to ensure your activity meets your specific needs.

Activities include kayaking, canoeing, mountain-biking, coasteering, rock-climbing, archery and hiking. Our core packages are adventure tours, holiday breaks, history tours, outdoor classrooms and wilderness expeditions.

NEW!! Foodie tours of Derry-Londonderry, Sperrins and Lough Foyle by cycle or kayak are available to book direct or from Visit Derry tourism office.

We like working with all ages, with families, Duke of Edinburgh's and An Gaisce Award, youth at risk, marginalised groups, tourists and people over 50, disability and creating special packages to suit our clients.


North West Ireland in counties Derry, Donegal, Fermanagh, Tyrone and further afield

Nearest bus stop:

Derry City- Foyle Street

Nearest train station:

Derry City- NIR station

The nearest Tourist Information Centre is:

Derry/Londonderry Tourist Information Centre

Location / Directions

From Belfast: Take M2 motorway North/West out of Belfast. Continue via Toome bypass, Dungiven, Drumahoe. The city outskirts are apparent when the large Altnagevlin hospital comes into view.

From Dublin: N2 via Slane, Ardee, Monaghan, Aughnacloy. Cross border and continue via Omagh, Sion Mills, Strabane. City comes into view from Strabane road. Cross Craigavon Bridge to access city centre.
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Contact Details

North Western Social Enterprise Hub, First Floor, 12-14 The Diamond, Derry~Londonderry
Co Londonderry
BT48 6HW

Tel: +44(0)77 7591 1198