Tour Code: 5844P11
Duration: 7 hours
This brand new tour visits the stunning cliff face path in Islandmagee, which has recently been re-opened following a multi-million pound regeneration. After taking this breathtaking walk, we travel back to Belfast for a tour of the best of Belfast!
The Gobbins is a cliff-face path at Islandmagee, County Antrim, on the Causeway Coastal Route. It runs across bridges, past caves and through a tunnel along The Gobbins cliffs.
Recently re-opened after a multi-million pound regeneration, this stunning stretch of cliff walks, can now be enjoyed again!
Join us in Belfast, where we travel towards the The Gobbins, to meet our walking guide.
Our guide will then escort you along the 2400m walk, along the rocky paths, through small tunnels, and across breath-taking bridges.
We will spend around 3 hours at The Gobbins, and you will also have time to enjoy lunch in the café at The Gobbins, which is operated by the same local people as the famous Ice-Cream Shop – The Rhinka!
After this strenuous walk you’ll be ready to sit back and enjoy the rest of the day, where we will take you on a journey through Belfast. Belfast is a city which is famous for many events – both good and bad. Your local guide will show you some of the sites famous for several tragedy’s that happened in Belfast, and sites of many a famous event, but we will also show you a better side of Belfast! Our famous Queens University, Botanic Gardens, City Centre, Royal Victoria Hospital, City Hall, Titanic Quarter, the list goes on!
This tour is only suitable for those with good levels of fitness. Those with diabetes, cardiac, respiratory or asthmatic conditions, and pregnant women should not take this tour. All participants must wear suitable outdoor clothing and walking boots. Very young children or people under the height of 1.2m/4ft may not take the Gobbins Tour. Under 16’s must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Due to slot availability at The Gobbins, this tour may be operated in a reverse way i.e we may do the tour of Belfast in the morning, and visit The Gobbins in the afternoon.