65 reviews of Giant's Causeway Day Trip from Dublin
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Reviewed by hollylynettesmith, April 2013
My husband and I cannot rave more about this amazing trip. Our guide was an absolute treasure -- and stayed that way throughout this very long excursion! Always informative and fun, he made sure we knew where we were going and what we would see (all of this provided in between songs and funny stories). We were given a fair amount of time at both the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge (a MUST), at the Causeway, and in Belfast. Although the weather was unusually perfect for us, it was very windy and cold (so make sure you are bundled up). I have no complaints and would highly recommend this tour to everyone. Totally worth every penny!
Reviewed by kerry w, April 2013
Really Enjoyed this tour. It is a long day but well worth it. We were lucky the weather was really nice and could have spent a lot longer at the Giant Causeway. Also if you are asked if you want to do a taxi tour in Belfast I would definitely recommend it. A great day.
Reviewed by Rebecca B, April 2013
A very long day as we left at 6:30am and did not arrive back in Dublin until just after 8:30pm. Our guide was very knowledgeable and gave us plenty of time to walk around the key points of interest. We didn't go to Belfast until the end of our journey and I feel it would have been much nicer to explore an old castle we stopped at to take pictures rather than walk around Belfast for an hour. Overall the trip was great!
Reviewed by Nicole D, March 2013
My husband and I went on this tour March 16th. Our tour guide, Bud, was an absolute delight! He answered any questions, gave us some interesting history facts and even sang to us! The tour was very long but well worth it! :)
Reviewed by Kathi, January 2013
Ok I have to admit it would have been nicer if it wasn't ice cold and snowing. However, it was a wonderful trip. Ita did a great job at giving us all the history and back story to Nortnern Ireland. She is funny and really knows her stuff. The only sad thing was we didn't get to stop in Belfast due to weather and we had to wait so long in traffic that everyone had to go to the bathroom bad by the time we got to stop.
Reviewed by Joanna P, January 2013
Although before this tour I had only done small trips (less than 15 people), this one turned out to be very special for me because I got to meet many other of the passangers from all over and had a great conversation with Eddie, my tour guide about the history of Ireland.
Reviewed by Caitlin H, November 2012
Enjoyable day trip. The Antrim coast road is absolutely beautiful. Our bus driver/guide was very informative and entertaining.
Reviewed by Miranda W, November 2012
The views are amazing, and I got plenty of exercise during the day. Worth the bus ride; glad I chose it instead of driving so I could enjoy the scenery. Ireland is the most beautiful country I've ever been to, and the Causeway should be part of anyone's experience. Truly peaceful and inspiring.
Reviewed by Spas, October 2012
It did rain but that is Ireland. The driver made the best of our trip.I would definately recommend this trip for anyone, who would like to experience coastal Ireland.
Reviewed by Christopher T, October 2012
Very good day, spectacular scenery, interesting stops and very good pubs/restaurants. And the taxi trip round Belfast was fascinating and very moving. Wayne was the same tour guide as on our Cliffs of Moher Trip, and was even better if that were possible, as I'm sure he would agree!!!
Reviewed by Ruth and Robert, Australia, October 2012
Absolutely marvellous. Well worth the trip. Comfortable travelling and the Giant's Causeway is amazing.
Reviewed by Gary V, October 2012
Our tour guide, Conrad, was fantastic! We absolutely loved this tour and it was a great way to see Northern Ireland for the first time. Conrad knew plenty of information and history about Ireland and was always willing to answer any questions we had. He also gave great recommendations on where to eat.
The only negative thing about this tour was that the bridge was apparently closed due to wind, but when we walked down to see it, other tour groups had been given vouchers and were able to go across the bridge. We waited in line, hoping to cross the bridge, but the worker let other groups with vouchers go first even though our tour was supposed to include the bridge as well.
Other than this, the tour was great and we learned a ton, took plenty of pictures, and came away with great memories! Would highly recommend!
Reviewed by Julia V, October 2012
Great trip! We were amazed and grateful on the driver/tour guide´s professionalism. Afraid that 14 hours were going to be too many found that it looked short and we were ready for more. All the sites were worthwhile.
Reviewed by meme, September 2012
What an amazing place, great tour, I would highly recomend this tour