Giants Causeway Tour

Tour Overview

We are headed to one of the most northern points of Ireland during the Giant's Causeway tour. Keep your eyes out the window because we will be passing views you do not want to miss! During the scenic drive, our knowledgeable tour guides will fill you in on the history of the area.

First stop on the Giant's Causeway tour is the carrivk a rede rope bridge, travel  to the town of Ballycastle where you will test your nerves on the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge! The rope bridge is included in the tour and connects the mainland to the tiny island of Carrickarede.

For lunch, we will stop in the village of Ballintoy. On a clear day you'll be able to see all the way to the Orkney Islands.

After we are fed and refreshed, we are ready for the main attraction of the day - The Giant's Causeway. Take a walk on over 40,000 hexagonal shaped rocks and marvel in this geological anomaly. It is a sight to see!

We will head to Belfast where you will have an hour and a half to explore the city. If you wish your driver can organise a black taxi tour of West Belfastt where you can learn all about the torrid history of Belfast. 

Tour Itinerary

6:30am

Our Giant's Causeway tour departs from the Suffolk Street tourist center which is located outside the old stone church. We will hop on the bus and head north out of Dublin towards Belfast! 

10.45am

We are off to visit the famous "Carrick-a-Rede" rope bridge which is managed by the National Trust. To show our support for this conservational charity, we have included the price of the rope bridge in the tour ticket. Take a look around on our 20 minute walk to the bridge, you might seem some native wildlife along the way! If you can take your eyes off the bridge during your walk across, you'll see the breathtaking views of the Rathlin Island and the Mull of Kintyre in Scotland!

12:15pm

We will take a short break to stretch our legs and breathe in the fresh air! We will drive though the village of Ballintoy which gives up amazing views over Whiteparks Bay and Portbradden. Once we arrive at the Giant's Causeway, we recommend walking to the very peak of the cliffs to enjoy the stunning panoramic view! Next, head back down to the point referred to as the "Organ" which is a formation of basalt columns that come together to look like organ pipes. For lunch, you can pack your own lunch for a scenic picnic by the sea or eat at The Nook or the Cauaseway Hotel.

4:00pm

On to the capital of Northern Ireland Belfast with its many fantastic landmarks, You can take free time to explore the city centre including city hall, the opera house and the Crown pub, or take the opportunity to do a political taxi tour of West Belfast where you will visit the peace wall and many of the hot spots associated with the troubles in Northern Ireland. Highly recommended price £15 pp 

7:30pm

We will arrive to Dublin and reminisce about the day's events on the Giant's Causeway tour!

Additional Information

Weather in the Giants Causeway can change very quickly it is advised to bring a rain coat just to be safe.

The currency used in Northern Ireland is Pound Sterling, you can get your currency changed in Dublin. Alternatively you can use your credit or debit card that you use in Dublin, your bank may apply charges.

Essential Tour Information

Departing Country: Ireland

Departing City: Dublin

Departing From: Departs Suffolk Street outside the old stone church at 6:30 am daily

Languages: English

Duration: All Day

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