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Tourist Honeypots| Giant's Causeway

Giant's Causeway c/o Northern Ireland Tourist Board

Giant's Causeway - world famous wonder.

Photo - Northern Ireland Tourist Board.

Every year 500,000 people come to the Giant's Causeway to marvel at this geological jewel. But beyond its world famous 40,000 basalt steps, there's a wealth of wildlife to be discovered.


Cheddar Gorge (Image: Cheddar Caves adn Gorge)

Cheddar Gorge

Cheddar is Britain's largest gorge, boasting an elaborate cave system and limestone cliffs which rise spectacularly from the valley floor.

London Wetlands Centre (Image: mallard c/o London Wetlands)

London Wetland Centre

  • It's hard to believe that this wildlife and bird watching oasis is just a couple of miles from London's city centre.

"We want to show you nature within striking distance of our more famous tourist destinations. So we've been visiting well known habitats where in summer you're guaranteed to spot thousands of familiar mammals, plants, bats and bugs.


"Why not follow in the footsteps of hordes of tourists to some famous landmarks?"

Activities (Image: Swan)

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