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‘Coolest Place on Earth’
The adventures feature treks along the Dingle Way, Ireland’s most scenic long distance hiking trail, and bike rides through rugged and remote Donegal.
Sligo, Ireland. October 5, 2017: The Emerald Isle’s crashing coastline, sky-piercing mountains, glacial lakes, sleepy surf towns and characterful castles set the stage for adventure travel company Wilderness Ireland’s new collection of active trips. Designed by locals and delivered by local legends, the trips bring travelers to destinations recognized now more than ever. Visit Donegal, National Geographic Traveller’s #1 destination on The Cool List, along with the Dingle Peninsula, a corner of the country once called ‘the most beautiful place on earth.’ With a favorable exchange rate, countless flight options and a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, it has never been a better time to experience Ireland’s wild landscapes, enchanting culture and fascinating history.
Wilderness Ireland’s two NEW small-group tours debut in Spring 2018.
VISITWILTSHIRE LAUNCHES THREE NEW AERIAL FILMS OF WILTSHIRE:
The first of three stunning new short aerial films capturing the beautiful county of Wiltshire has just been launched on www.visitwiltshire.co.uk/videos
Visitors to Wiltshire are now able to view a snapshot of the breathtaking countryside from a bird’s eye view, making you feel as if you are flying above the county.
The three Wiltshire films, taken using a drone, illustrate Wiltshire’s timeless brand positioning, focusing on the county’s Timeless Wonders, Timeless Pleasures, Timeless Nature and Timeless Places. They also align with VisitBritain’s Countryside is GREAT campaign. The films are themed and titled as follows:
- Exploring Wiltshire’s Kennet & Avon Canal from the air
- Wiltshire’s White Horses – iconic views of the landscape
- Wiltshire’s ancient hill forts – an aerial perspective.
Fiona Errington, VisitWiltshire’s Marketing Manager says, “Visitors like to see different iconic Wiltshire landmarks on film that they can picture themselves experiencing. These aerial films give a very unique perspective of our vast rural landscape which will encourage visitors to explore and enjoy our beautiful countryside.”
Wiltshire’s famous landmarks including Battlesbury Camp, Old Sarum, Barbury Castle, Oldbury Castle, Bratton Camp and the Kennet & Avon Canal are featured. The Wiltshire White Horses include Westbury, Devizes, Hackpen and Cherhill.
VisitWiltshire’s first of three films – ‘Exploring the Kennet & Avon Canal’ – is now available to view with the other films being released later this summer.
This year, take time to discover more Timeless Wonders and write your chapter in Wiltshire’s never ending story.
For further information or to arrange a press visit please contact Florence Wallace, Travel Trade & PR Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01722 341309 or 07436 588860