With so many things to do in this magical part of the world, the group now has the chance to choose what to do on their last day. A round of golf at the prestigious Royal Portrush, home of the 2019 Open can be arranged.
Or how about these local experts to whet the appetite?
– For the early birds, it’s a morning fishing trip with Catch and Sea
along with Wendy and her team. Jump on board a fishing boat bound for the Atlantic Ocean en route to catch your breakfast of mackerel or pollack and catching a glimpse of local wildlife. Head back to shore and learn from a local chef how to cook your catch.
– Meet ‘tourism hero’ Mark, from Dalriada Kingdom Tours
who immerses you in a totally unique location with his passionately told stories and legends. Warming your hands by a turf fire in an 18th
century fisherman’s hut, you learn of the men who earned their living on this deserted island beside the precarious Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge
– Stretch the legs with ‘local friend’ Eimear from Away A Wee Walk
as she expertly guides you on an undiscovered clifftop hike experience of unrivalled sea, land and countryside views. It’s an onslaught of beauty from beginning to end and a chance to breathe in that fresh Atlantic sea air.
Finally, the farewell dinner continues the outdoor theme with a VIP BBQ against the dramatic backdrop of the mediaeval ruins of Dunluce Castle
. Be entertained by and join in with some Irish dancing and ‘Trad music’. But take care – Dunluce Castle is said to have its own banshee!