- Day trip from Dublin to Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland
- Stretch your legs on a leisurely coastal walk before crossing the unique Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
- See the beauty of the Giant Causeway's coastal area, that has been awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status
- Visit Belfast on your return route back from the Giant's Causeway
- Transport by air-conditioned coach
Recent Photos of this Tour
CausewayPhoto by: Kelly M04 2013
Hike to BridgePhoto by: Kelly M04 2013
Drive NorthPhoto by: Kelly M04 2013
Giant's Causeway Red TrailPhoto by: Rebecca B04 2013
A View From Carrick-a-Rede ...Photo by: Rebecca B04 2013
Northern Ireland (44)Photo by: Michelle K09 2012
Northern Ireland (50)Photo by: Michelle K09 2012
Northern Ireland (20)Photo by: Michelle K09 2012
Northern Ireland (30)Photo by: Michelle K09 2012
Northern Ireland (4)Photo by: Michelle K09 2012
Giant's CausewayPhoto by: writergal7801 2012
Taking the scenic route from Carrick-a-Rede you'll head through the Irish countryside to catch your first glimpse of the famous Giant's Causeway – a fascinating rock formation that was the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. Most of the rocks are hexagonal in shape and look like stepping stones that lead down from the cliff edge and disappear under the sea.
The Giant's Causeway area is now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and bearing testament to this status, you'll find the Causeway coast to be an area of unsurpassed natural beauty. As you travel, pass romantic towns and quaint villages, surrounded by isolated ruins, rocky shores and green glens. Unsurprisingly, the Causeway coastal road is often referred to as one of the world's greatest road journeys, so sit back and enjoy the ride!
Your route back from Northern Ireland to Dublin follows the Giant's Causeway south, so you'll have further time to take in the amazing views and spot coastal wildlife. There will be a stop in Belfast on the return journey and you’ll have chance to stretch your legs and have a look around the capital city, which has undergone extensive regeneration work in recent years. Your day trip arrives back in Dublin in the early evening, after an exhilarating day at Northern Ireland's most spectacular location.
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.