Welcome to the blog of InSite Tours Ireland where you can get updates on the latest news, views and happenings in Fergal Kearney’s Ireland. So who is this Fergal Kearney?

Fergal Kearney is a native of Bellaghy, a graduate of Queen’s University Belfast, Ulster University and University College Galway.

An artist and photographer, he has enjoyed a lifelong interest in the life and work of Seamus Heaney, counting him among some of his most revered friendships.

Alongside his general and bespoke tours of the North of Ireland, he specialises in taking tours of the home place of Nobel Poet, Seamus Heaney. Having known and worked with Seamus Heaney over many years and having grown up in the same fields and lanes and knowing the same people in his native Bellaghy, he feels uniquely gifted to follow in the footsteps of the great man and to share his journey through his own eyes. This is no stranger’s view of the poet in his place, but that of a generation that has been influenced by Seamus over the years and known him personally for decades. Take a peek at what’s on offer in this short video!

You can also discover the unexplored gem that is the Sperrin Mountains, that vast tapestry of rolling hills and opulent vistas that spans the heart of Ireland’s north. Take a journey through its spellbinding natural beauty while understanding a history that stretches back millennia.

If you are a group, society or club with an interest in discovering more about this unique part of our island, then you can get more information by contacting me on 02879 386638 or emailing me at insitetoursireland@gmail.com.

I look forward to sharing my Ireland with you soon.

About InSite Tours Admin

InSite Tours Ireland is owned and managed by Fergal Kearney and offers specialist guided tours focusing on the distinctive characteristics of his native Northern Ireland. With over 20 years experience in tourism on the island of Ireland, with 15 of those spent at Tourism NI, Fergal has an unsurpassed knowledge of the destination and its unique culture and environment.

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