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A really nice journey, inforgettable! The giant causeway is for sure one of the most beautiful landscape i have ever seen! Thank you Richard guide and Derek driver!
Fantastic trip and worth the money. Glad I didn't book anything else to do in Belfast on the day as this took up a good portion of it. Great value and would recommend.
Nice experience. Good price. For all visitors
An excellent museum. Be ready to spend a lot of time there. They call it an experience. It lives up to it and #39;so name.
JP and Paul were amazing!! Paul drove the bus like a pro and JP was informative and funny! We had beautiful weather which made viewing at the Causeway spectacular! The tour was nicely spaced giving plenty of time at each stop.
We signed up for this tour after our Cliffs of Moher tour. We had Jack, who was the driver and tour guide. He was amazing. So funny, informative. Just a great person. This tour was a long day, but it didn't feel that way with him. He was very entertaining, and quiet when needed, ex. sleeping. The Great Causeway originally wasn't on our to do list, but after Grainne and the cliffs, we decided to sign up. Soooooo... glad we did. I think we enjoyed this trip better. We still can't decide. The views were amazing, breathe taking. Only regret we had was we decided to do the black taxi tour instead of Titanic. VERY disappointing. That driver made us feel apart of his politics. Didn't like that. Two sides to everything. But the Causeway, A must see. We did 3 tours with Wild Rover, all was wonderful. I would definitely use them again.
Very good tour that was as long as the 13 hour schedule predicted. Guide kept us on time although less than two hours at the Titanic Museum is not enough. So much of real interest to see there. Should have shortened some of the rest stops for better use of time. Luckily, fairly few other tourists were at the Devil's Causeway or the rope bridge. Driver, John, was excellent and even gave good info when asked. Guide seemed to be a non-stop talker - to the driver who tried not to get engaged in conversation with him. Periodically gave info about sights but not as complete as other guides we've had. A well recommended tour to see a lot in one day.
The trip was great, very interesting and definitely worth doing. We had good weather for most of the trip but had some rain in the later half. Our tour guide Jack was exceptional. He was funny, informative and very friendly.
Best experience in Belfast and worth seeing..
This was a fantastic tour! The tour guides were so kind and extremely knowledgeable about Ireland and Northern Ireland. The Titanic Museum was fascinating - I only wish we would have had more time there. Giant's Causeway was very neat to see. Unfortunately, due to the wind that day, we were unable to go across the bridge, but our guides did a great job of improvising and took us to a distillery and drove us along the coastline to make up for not being able to go to the bridge. The views were breathtaking! This is the perfect day trip and I would highly recommend it!
Incredible museum. Buy your ticket in advance to skip the line!
Long day but excellent. Could have done with more time at titanic
Driver and tour guide both excellent
Good value for money would highly recommend . Even weather was good
Absolutely amazing!! Must do!
really enjoyed this tour.
very friendly tour guide and driver. had a wonderful time. highly recommended it.
We had a really good day and we found all sites interesting. For me being an ex dockyard worker the Titanic Experience was a treat. Carrick-a-Reed and the crossing of the rope bridge gave us an experience we won't forget. While the Giant Causeway is a real wonder. We highly recommend this tour. It's worth it.
The weather was against us as storm Henry was in full force on the shores of the Giant's Causeway. Despite strong winds, the place is stunning. Instead of visiting Titanic Visitor Experience, I took the black taxi tour in Belfast, which revealed to be a great city tour, with our driver Tom telling the story of the long living conflict between catholics and protestants to this day. JP, Wild Rovers tour guide, made all the difference in this tour by telling us lots of information about Irish history.
wonderful way to see Belfast and Northern Ireland. Hopped on bus in Dublin and the driver and tour guide took care of everything else.
Can't comment because trip was a gift from me to friends although I understand they thoroughly enjoyed the experience and spent three times as long there than suggested
Highly recommend this tour! Rob tour guide and Paddy driver were friendly and knowledgeable. It was a great day out. The Northern coast was breathtaking.
Had a fantastic day out.Guide was good and very informative.New stylish Titanic museum experience was great. i really loved the Giant's Causeway.There are lots of walking to the Giant's Causeway and to the Carrick-a-rede bridge but all worth.The sun shine the whole day and places were overcrowded. Didn't have enough time to get back from Carrick-a-rede bridge. We had nearly to run back to get to bus in time. Trip worth doing.A most enjoyable day. Thanks.
A fantastic day trip to Rock of Cashel, Blarney and Cork! Our driver/guide, Gus, was entertaining, knowledgeable and shared a lot of entertaining stories. It was amazing how he navigated the roads, told stories, and pointed out highlights along the way. By the end of the trip, he seemed like an old friend that we met up in Ireland. The itinerary suggested Rock of Cashel as the last destination. Since it was October and daylight was getting less, Gus cleverly changed Rock of Cashel to the first stop so we had the opportunity to explore this Heritage site. We continued to the highlight of the trip, Blarney Castle where a climb of 100 or so steps to kiss the Blarney Stone. Our journey continued to Cork where we had time to explore the city a bit. The trip was nearly 12 hour long but at the end, we wished that it was not yet over.
Superb experience worth every minute spent there
Anyone interested in recent Irish history will love this tour.Our guide Frenchy was very informative and witty.My wife and I are big Titanic fans so the opportunity to see were it all began was wonderful.The coast of Northern Ireland is beautiful and the walk to the Giants Causeway and the bridge was fantastic. The sun shone the whole day and we were treated with a free view of Scotland. A must see if in Ireland.
This was truly one of my favourite places on our European holiday! Went to the Titanic Visitor experience 4 weeks ago and was simply amazing, read so many facts I never knew about the disaster and it was also very interactive. I have always loved the story of Titanic and reading up on different versions of how the disaster unfolded, so being in Belfast and standing where the ship was built over 100 years ago was indescribable!
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