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Donal Kelly

Donegall Quay, Belfast

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★★★★★ Average Rating: 4.7 23 Ratings

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Donal grew up in the town of Antrim about 17 miles NW of Belfast and has lived in Belfast since 1989, his Great Grandfather worked at Harland & Wolff and helped to build Titanic, his Grandfather was a Tram/Trolley bus driver, an Air Raid Warden during WWII and a senior union Rep in the Belfast Linen Mills.

Donal's backround was in Aerospace working for Belfast Company Shorts/Bombardier for 17 years until redundancy in 2002 as a result of the 9/11 attacks, after re-training he worked for several years as an Outdoors Instructor before getting a job as part of the Visitor Experience Team at the new Titanic Belfast Visitor Experience.

In the early 1990's Donal was involved with the 'Peace People' an organisation originally set up in 1976 in an effort to stop the cycle of violence engulfing NI at that time, he also holds a 'Community Relations' qualification.

In 2016 Donal started offering his own guided walking/cycling and step-on coach guiding  under the name of 'Belfast Mic Tours' and bought 14 radio units to ensure participants hear every word and story.

Donal's specialist area's include Titanic and Belfast's Maritime and Industrial heritage, Game of Thrones, he was an extra in Season's 1&2 and has the pics to prove it, and also Belfast's unique links to the founding of the USA.

He also holds the highest level of Tour Guiding qualification available in N. Ireland the Level 4 (Blue Badge) and has 8 years experience guiding in Belfast, the Causeway Coast and other area's of N. Ireland.

So let Donal Kelly provide you with a unique and memorable experience during your visit to Belfast and N. Ireland, he can customise a tour to suit your needs/interests and is ready to start a conversation with you now.     






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★★★★★ Average Rating: 4.7 23 Ratings
  • ★★★★4 Informative tour
    Review by Micy lewis in Nov 2019 - Belfast Mic N Hike Walking Tour

    Fabulous tour very informative. Thank you

  • ★★★★★5 An interesting view of Belfast's maritime past
    Review by Tracey in Oct 2019 - Belfast Mic N Hike Walking Tour

    It was a very engaging 90 minutes around Belfast's docklands and into the Cathedral Quarter. Donal was a very interesting and knowledgeable guide and…

    It was a very engaging 90 minutes around Belfast's docklands and into the Cathedral Quarter. Donal was a very interesting and knowledgeable guide and delivered his tour with confidence and a sharp wit.

  • ★★★★★5 A great tour - thank you
    Review by Roger Leary in Oct 2019 - Belfast Mic N Bike Cycle Tour

    We had a great tour of Belfast on bikes and the radio microphones worked really well.

  • ★★★★★5 Above and Beyond
    Review by Mia in Oct 2019 - Belfast Mic N Bike Cycle Tour

    We had an amazing time on this tour. Donal is an outstanding guide. He knows the history of the city and tailored some of the stops to our interests, …

    We had an amazing time on this tour. Donal is an outstanding guide. He knows the history of the city and tailored some of the stops to our interests, which was very thoughtful of him. The audio quality on the mic is excellent. We were able to have descriptions almost continuously during our bike ride. The city bikes were comfortable. This was the perfect way to spend the day in Belfast.

  • ★★★★★5 Great tour!
    Review by G Foxsmith in Oct 2019 - Belfast Mic N Hike Walking Tour

    Very good way to get around!

  • ★★★★4 Great tour!
    Review by Lauren in Oct 2019 - Belfast Mic N Bike Cycle Tour

    We loved the tour and the guide. Donal was fantastic and had so much great stuff to say. The only thing I didn’t love was having to bring our own bi…

    We loved the tour and the guide. Donal was fantastic and had so much great stuff to say. The only thing I didn’t love was having to bring our own bikes. We used the Belfast bikes bike share thing but had trouble getting bikes so we were quite late for the tour and had to track down the group at the Titanic museum. Then on our way back (luckily at the very end of the tour) my bike got a flat. The tour itself was great though!