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Activity Experiences

Corporate Residential Trips

Type

Short Break

Price

From £40.00  (Convert)

Email hugh@thejungleni.com for more information

About the Experience

Indulge the senses with a choice of any of The Jungle's onsite adventure activities then kick back in the cosy comfort of The Jungle's funky accommodation centre.

Jungle activities include:

Adults & Kids Tree Top Adventure Courses

Archery

Body Zorbs

Clay Pigeon Shooting

Forest School

Forest Segways

Kids Adventure Packages

Llama Trekking

Mini Quad Bikes

Paintball

Team-Building Games

Zorbing

Or choose from one of our bespoke events:

Crystal Challenge

I am Celeb Get Me Out Of Here

Jungle Olympics

The Jungle Accommodation centre offers a choice of both dormitory and private en-suite bedrooms, common rooms, TVs, DVDs, a fully equipped industrial kitchen, free and secure parking and free transfers to and from The Jungle NI.

Available seven days a week, all year around The Jungle is highly flexible and can cater for both small and large groups.

Jungle staff are fully qualifies and all activities are AdventureMark Accredited meaning you can adventure in total safety.

Accredited Provider
Contact Us
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The Jungle NI

60 Desertmartin Road Moneymore Magherafelt
028 867 48881

Directions from Cookstown: Head north on James St/A29 toward Burn Rd -Continue to follow A29 -Go through 1 roundabout -Turn left at High St/A29 (signs for Maghera/Coleraine/Magherafelt/A31/Londonderry/A6) -Follow A29 for 2 and a half miles and then The Jungle is on your left.

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