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Northern Ireland’s rugged coastline, beautiful beaches, stunning inland loughs and flowing rivers offer impressive settings for watersports activity.   

Why not transform your beach holiday and give surfing a go on the North Coast; discover the beauty of Strangford Lough by high speed RIB; or explore one of our unique canoe trails – either go it alone or take a guided trip. 

If diving is your thing, then take the plunge into a peaceful environment of spectacular landscapes, seaweed covered wrecks, amazing marine wildlife all in the clear waters around our coast.

 

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The Jungle NI,

The Jungle NI is an innovative and award-winning outdoor adventure provider.

Colin Glen Forest Park & SKYTrek,

Colin Glen Forest Park is a beautiful wooded river glen, consisting of 200 acres of scenic woodland, grass land, waterfalls and ponds.

Cable & Wake, Belfast

We are a non-profit organisation whose aim is to promote fitness, a healthy lifestyle and quality of life through water based activities in Belfast city.

Cable and Wake is open to the public but booking is essential! Every Wednesday afternoon ...

Life Adventure Centre, Castlewellan

Whether your preference is laid back or action packed, join us at our award winning centre in the beautiful Castlewellan Forest Park amid the stunning Mourne Mountains for a host of fantastic adventure activities.

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East Coast Adventure Centre, Rostrevor, Newry

With our mountain centre nestled just outside the village of Rostrevor, our water sports centres on the shores of Carlingford Lough in Warrenpoint, our Mountain Bike Hire and Uplift service located at the Rostrevor MTB Trails in Kilbroney Forest ...

Share Discovery Village,

Established in 1981, the largest activity centre in Ireland, welcomes over 10,000 visitors annually.

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