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The Western Regional Tourism Partnership (WRTP):
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The WRTP was formed in 2006 and consisted of representatives from the 7 Councils in the West of Northern Ireland, Cookstown, Derry, Dungannon, Fermanagh, Magherafelt, Omagh and Strabane and the marketing bodies for these areas.
The North West Passage:
The North West Passage is an interregional touring route which commences in the bustling and vibrant capital Dublin and flows through the plains of Royal Meath, Louth the smallest county in Ireland and onwards across the rolling hills of Monaghan before crossing into Northern Ireland.
Here it traverses the council areas of Armagh, Dungannon, Omagh and Strabane through towns and small villages, lakelands, rivers and lush landscapes, before crossing the frontier again into beautiful and rugged Donegal on the North West fringe of Europe
By following the North West Passage, you will be entranced by Irish life and culture in all its many facets. Everywhere you will discover the finest of holiday accommodation, activities and opportunities to enjoy your stay. Art, architecture, music, literature, fine food, shopping, angling, cycling, walking horse riding, cruising, golf - whatever your interest, the North West Passage is sure to fulfil and even surpass your expectations.