7 adventure holidays to get the adrenaline pumping outdoors this summer

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While lounging on the beach or hotel pool with a good book may seem like the ideal option, the adrenaline junkies out there will be looking for something more active like getting away from the tight restrictions and working from home.

Well, they need look no further than our Irish beaches to enjoy the very popular adventure holidays this summer.

Soar to new heights in Belfast

We Are Vertigo offers the only indoor skydive experience in the whole of Ireland, which gives people the full thrill of skydiving in real life.

The experience offers flights even longer than skydiving with full strength winds of up to 120mph that push you into the air – all indoors located in the Titanic Quarter.

There are packages to suit all abilities, from first-time flyers to seasoned skydivers.

Not only that, but We Are Vertigo also has indoor skiing and an on-site Inflata park to keep you entertained.

Get Muddy in Tyrone County

For those who aren’t afraid to get down and dirty in the mud, Todds Leap is the place to go to dampen the gravity on you.

Todds Leap Activity Center offers a myriad of highly active attractions.

The Todds Leap Activity Center offers a myriad of highly active attractions including Ireland’s longest zipline (500m), off-road driving, mud pigeon archery, giant swing, free fall area, paintballing, Splat Master, and Woodland Trails, Air Rifles, Shooting. , the climbing wall and the Big Yella Slide, all spread across a dedicated off-road track.

The Ring of Gullion in Armagh County

Who said studying history couldn’t be exciting?

Located in the Slieve Gullion Forest Park, The Ring of Gullion is one of the world’s most famous ring dams with over 2,000 years of legend, history and an area of ​​outstanding beauty.

Hike to the top of Armagh’s highest peak, those who make it will be rewarded with stunning views across the Morne, Cooley and Armagh Drumlins mountain ranges. Or explore the breathtaking beauty of

Welcome to Jungle NI in County Londonderry

Transport yourself to an exotic jungle with Tarzan tree top adventure in Jungle NI.

The park has over 50 exciting high wire barriers, some up to 70 feet high and then rope bridges, scramble nets, tunnels, Tarzan swings, a treetop zip rope, and of course the awesome Power Fan Drop that lets you experience the rush of free-diving with a parachute – without the umbrella!

They also have Zorbing, Paintball, laser tag and archery all on offer to get your blood pumping.

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