Tour Code: 7572P4
Duration: 8 hours
Visit the The Eighth Wonder of the World and much more on this tour with friendly and knowledgeable guides. You'll have plenty of time to see the sights and explore the area at each stop. Explore on your own time with extra photo stops to make your day a truly memorable one.
You'll follow the entire coastal route from Belfast to the Giant's Causeway, passing through some truly stunning villages with views from the coast that are truly spectacular. We will continue on the coastal route through some beautiful little villages that are packed with history and tales.
Enjoy the stop at the world famous Carrick-a-rede Rope bridge for approximately an hour and 20-minutes. Cross the bridge if you dare (weather permitting), or you can take some exhilarating walks and enjoy the stunning views that include Sheep Island and, on a nice clear day, even the Mull of Kintyre. At 66 feet long and 98 feet high, crossing the bridge is a formidable experience indeed (crossing fee). National trust members please bring proof of your membership, this would mean that the rope bridge can be crossed for free.
Next you'll be off to the must-see World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland. Is the most popular visitor attraction, and for good reason. You will have the opportunity to glimpse the Irish landscape at its most idyllic. You will have the chance to see beautiful rolling hills, wonderful seascape and of course the awe-inspiring hexagonal/polygonal stone columns that form the legendary Causeway itself, some of which reach 40 feet into the air. At the Giants Causeway you will have approximately 1.5-hours.
After a photo stop at one of the most beautiful castle ruins in Ireland we will take you for a free shot of whiskey at the oldest licensed whiskey distillery in Ireland. Keep in mind this stop at Bushmills Distillery is only a quick one for 25-minutes.
The Dark Hedges which was used as the King's Road in Arya Stark's escape in the Game of Thrones is also one of the most photographed sites in Northern Ireland and truly a photographers dream. This is only a 10 to 15-minute stop en-route back to Belfast.