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The Giant’s Causeway Tour 2017-11-18T21:58:46+00:00

Giant’s Causeway Tour

Departing Everyday From Belfast

Join us on an unforgettable day to Northern Ireland’s most iconic attractions, including the country’s only UNESCO World Heritage site “the mighty Giant’s Causeway” and marvel at the beauty of the Emerald Isle. You will be transported in style in a luxury Mercedes mini-coach, with an expert driver-guide to inform and entertain. There are only 16 spaces per tour to ensure a quality experience, so book today to guarantee your place!

“On our tour, you will not only experience the Causeway but much more as you are driven up the Antrim Coast”

Tour Details

Formed by an intense volcanic eruption, the Causeway is steeped in Irish folklore, with legend saying that it was carved by the mighty giant Finn MaCool. While exploring this ancient site, you may discover pieces of the legend including the Giant’s Boot and the Organ.

Titanic’s Dock

Visit the most authentic Titanic landmark in the World and marvel at the sheer size of the famous ship where she last sat on dry ground.

Antrim Coast

Relax and enjoy the exquisite view along one of the World’s most famous coastal drives. You will admire the impressive Glens of Antrim and picture perfect coastal villages on one side and the rugged coastline on the other.

Carnlough

The lovely fishing village of Carnloch will provide a stretch of legs and comfort stop. Nestled at the base of Glencloy, Game of Thrones fans will recognise the harbour from season 6.

Carrick-a-rede

Do you dare cross the famous Carrick-A-Rede Rope bridge, hanging 30 metres over the crashing waves below? The less adventurous amongst you can take in the beautiful scenery, grab a coffee in the café, or explore Larrybane Quarry, a prominent Game of Thrones location.

White Park Bay Beach

Get your camera out for a brief photo-stop at the viewpoint overlooking the beautiful White Park Bay and its 3 mile long beach.

Bushmill’s Distillery

Refuel with a lunch break at Bushmill’s Distillery. Canteen style food is available to purchase and enjoy some retail therapy in the gift-shop. Don’t forget to try the whiskey! *You may bring a packed lunch to eat on the bus.

Giant’s Causeway

Engulf yourself in Irish myth and legend at Northern Ireland’s most visited attraction, and be stunned the 30,000 towering hexagonal basalt columns. Clamber on the stones, feel the power of the crashing waves and marvel at the awe-inspiring natural phenomenon. *Access to the stones is free of charge. Entrance to visitor centre is an extra charge (Free for National Trust members)

Dark Hedges

Take a stroll through a tunnel of trees at the magical Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland’s newest hit attraction. Ancient beech trees interlock their branches overhead, creating a unique atmosphere not to be forgotten.

Dark Hedges

Booking a tour

Our new online booking system is coming soon. Until then, please give us a call on 079 0435 0339 or fill in the form below and a member of the team will be in touch.

Itinerary

  • Pick-Up – Belfast City Centre
  • Titanic’s Dock (photo-stop)
  • Coastal Drive
  • Carnloch (comfort stop)
  • Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge
  • White Park Bay Beach (photo-stop)
  • Bushmill’s Distillery (lunch-stop)
  • Dunluce Castle (photo-stop)
  • Giant’s Causeway
  • Dark Hedges
  • Return to Belfast

Only £30 per person

Good to know

It likes to rain in Ireland so be prepared for all weather conditions.

The day will involve walking outdoors on uneven surfaces so wear appropriate footwear.

A lunch stop is included at Bushmill’s Distillery (extra charge) but you are welcome to bring a packed lunch, drinks and snacks to have on the bus.

You must be punctual at all meeting times throughout the day as the tour runs to a tight schedule.

Don’t forget your camera!

Inclusions: 

  • Air-conditioned luxury mini-coach
  • Exclusive group size – max 16 passengers
  • Expert driver guide
  • Entrance to Titanic’s Dock

Exclusions:

  • Ticket to cross Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge
  • Entrance to Giant’s Causeway Visitor Centre (Access to stones is free of charge)
  • Lunch at Bushmill’s Distillery (You may bring a packed lunch)