Ed Booth

I have been working in the tourism industry for over 20 years, and have a BA (Hons) in Tourism Management. I have travelled and worked in over 100 countries.

Tommy Collins MBE

A wide and varied experience of our beautiful country.

Maeve Henry

I am a tour guide and programme leader throughout Ireland with a personal interest in Ireland's ancient pagan sites and traditional customs as well as its early Christian history

Rainer Pagel

I came to Northern Ireland in 1971 and stayed. Since then, this country has more than satisfied my keen interest in local history and stories, Politics, Geography and Geology, Pre-History, Art, Music, and Curiosities and I can draw on all of these in my tours, which I guide in German.

Beate Hahn

I am very interested in History, Culture, Visual Arts and Art History having studied History, Music and Art History to degree level.

Adrian Woodley

I am an Ulster Wildlife guide and a Woodland Trust guide. I also do walking tours for Ards and North Down Borough Council.

Brian Edgar

I have been taking groups around Northern Ireland for over 40 years. I hold a BA (hons) degree in history and Level 3 qualification in tour guiding. I specialise in tours of social and historical interests. I can also tailor any tour to meet your requirements. I have also an interest in genealogy and can help you trace your family history.

Michael Cooper

Derry Citys first Blue Badge Guide, double graduate in Irish History and Politics, published author, member of the local government in Derry and TripAdvisor Hall of Fame member.

Eileen Anghel

A native of Belfast, currently studying the NVQ level 4 in Tour Guiding. Happy to showcase all of NI but particular interests include Victorian Belfast, the city's East side, CS Lewis and genealogy.

Giuseppe Cappelluti

I have been living in Belfast since 2017, after several years spent studying and working in various European cities, and I got immediately fascinated by its intense history and its abundance of green areas.

Clare O’Neill

Keen to share my interest in the rich history. myths and legends of the North Antrim coast and Glens of Antrim with visitors.

Ken Martin

I specialise in Irish history, holding a B.A.(Hons.) and a Post-Grad. degree in Irish History.

Herwig Rogaar

I am your tour guide for all of Ireland, especially the wonderful destinations like Belfast, Derry, Dublin, Galway, Waterford, Causeway Coast, Glens of Antrim, County Down, Ireland's Ancient East, Ring of Kerry, Dingle Peninsula, Wild Atlantic Way, Connemara, Kylemore Abbey, Killary Harbour, Donegal, but also Clonmacnoise, Glendalough and Rathcroghan.

Conor Owens

I am passionate about telling the real stories of the people and places that make Belfast unique.  Tours include positive stories of the peace walls as well as a host of history, art and culture.  In addition I provide an entertainment event (in a pub/restaurant) uniquely showcasing the story of Belfast through music and dance.   

Meave Davison

I came to live in Northern Ireland 15 years ago and everyday is such a wonderful schoolday here! I am captivated by the people, the history and landscape, built heritage, arts and culture and the local artisan food scene.

Deborah Gadd

I am an Open College Network Level 3 and World Host accredited tour guide, able to guide in English, German and French. Born and brought up in Belfast, I love to welcome visitors to my home city with its fine Victorian and industrial heritage, to challenge perceptions and reveal how Belfast has transformed itself into a vibrant, unique and modern city in the last two decades.

Alexandra Bell

Alexandra Bell I am a local tour guide born and bred. I grew up just around the corner from the Dark Hedges and not far from the stunning Causeway Coastal Route. The famous Giant’s Causeway was a regular haunt of my childhood. I am now based in Belfast, where I teach French, German and Travel and Tourism.

William Dickson

Hello! I'm Billy from Belfast. For over 30 years, it has been my privilege to be a tourist guide. In 2006 I qualified as a Blue Badge tourist guide and my work was acknowledged when Iwas awarded the British Empire Medal (BEM) in 2015 for services to the community in Northern Ireland.

Maria Hirsk

I am a Belfast girl born and bred but, I love nothing better than to show off my wonderful country, with more variety than you could wish for. I cover Belfast of course, but also Armagh for sheer ancient history and with later connections to St Patrick.

Colette McCafferty

Welcome to Northern Ireland. I am delighted to show you the best we have to offer our visitors.

Jack Quinn

On my tours I aim to entertain and inform.

John Kirk

A retired scientist and lecturer, I offer a guided walk in Hillsborough Forest Park, Co Down. See a fine 17th century Artillery Fort. Meet native and alien wild flowers and forest giant trees. Experience and learn about wetland and woodland habitats in the scenic lake, woodland and forest. Think ‘biodiversity, carbon capture and wood-wide web’.

Lorraine Mills

I offer all types of tours, from walking the streets of Belfast, visiting the political murals to Driving to Giant's Causeway but I especially love bespoke tours and visiting places I don't normally get to see. I am fluent in Spanish and intermediate in French.

Brigid Watson

I am a qualified Level 3 guide and a chartered environmentalist. I have a particular interest in nature, the environment and Christian heritage. I live in a beautiful coastal area less than one hour from Belfast and I offer easy guided coastal walks in rural places few tourists visit, connecting you with nature, landscapes and heritage. I can assist with ancestry research in County Down. ‘ Step-on‘ guide for coach tours.

David McAnirn

Tour guiding is very much about storytelling, something that I'm passionate about as I weave the various strands of Irish history together.As a born and bred Northern Irish man nothing gives me more pleasure than sharing this beautiful country with you in an ever changing post-conflict setting.