Isle of Man: An Incentive Travel Destination

Incentive Travel Solutions offers an incentive travel destination to a location that is truly unlike any other. Vast history, rich Nordic and Celtic cultural influence, sweeping landscapes and castles, ancient landmarks, awesome feel of an island enclosure—all can be found on the Island of Man, Europe. Even though the island only measures thirty-three miles in length and thirteen miles in width, the number of excursions, places to see, and activities to do truly “packs a wallop.” There are several festivals to enjoy on the Isle of Man, ranging from scenic walking festivals, to triathlons, as well as darts, hockey, rugby, golf, and bowling. Sounds like fun? It should, as the island is proud of its enjoyable, year-round events that bring visitors and tourists from all around the world.

The history of the island was briefly mentioned above. There lies a passage of gravesites on Meayll Hill that dates back to the Neolithic period—3500 B.C. Peel Castle, built by Norsemen for their Viking King is a remarkable sight to behold. Many other incredible examples of historic and medieval architecture can be found throughout the island, including the beautiful collection of Celtic Crosses an individual could ever imagine, Saint Patrick’s Church and the Cathedral of Saint German, and the Round Tower. The Isle of Man received a majority of its influence from Nordic and Celtic settlers, but on visiting, you will notice influence from Germanic Tribes and from other groups of European settlers.

The inclusion of the Isle of Man as a travel destination offering by incentive travel firms is most likely scarce. Luckily, our company ensures we are not lumped in with other incentive travel firms that merely offer tropical locales or large metropolises. This island, located between Ireland and the United Kingdom in the Irish Sea and within the British Isles is a guaranteed fun adventure had by all. In addition and worthy of note, other than what has been previously mentioned, are the terrific museums that will provide perspective on the rich history and cultural influences, along with the wonderful Curraghs Wildlife Park that has animals from all over the globe.

Another added bonus to visiting the island is its close proximity to Ireland, Scotland, Whales, and England. Even though we totally believe that the Isle of Man will have you complete hooked and engaged in everything it has to offer, it is great and opportunistic that several notable countries are so close, and this pleasant island lies in between them all. This is definitely an opportunity to see an area of the world that offers a look into ancient civilizations rarely duplicated anywhere else on the map.