65 reviews of Giant's Causeway Day Trip from Dublin
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Reviewed by anita b, May 2012
This is a trip not to be missed. The guide.Bud, was informative, stopped alot for photos, and was just wonderful. I have nothing bad to say about this tour. It was great and again should not be missed.
Reviewed by Kathleen B, May 2012
Great trip and great guide. Worth the money to see all of the sights without renting a car and using a map. Highly recommended!
Reviewed by Valerie H, April 2012
This was a busy 14 hour day. Went in a 20 seater coach, 19 people (including a rather inconsolable baby) on the tour so a little tight. And wear comfortable/sturdy shoes since you'll be walking over many rocky steps. Can't waste too much time at each destination because the guide is on a tight schedule, but I felt we had enough time at each, though would've liked more time at the Causeway. Handy if you have British Pounds for lunch, but you can use credit card too at some places. Wish we had bought lunch food at the grocery store stop so that we could just walk to the Causeway stones and eat lunch on the rocks.
Reviewed by Estrellita T, April 2012
This is a very wonderful place to go. The causeway stones were so amazing as if it were man made. I deeply recommend this tour. Our driver/guide was very friendly and he really knows what he is talking about. We enjoyed this trip very much.
Reviewed by Jennifer R, March 2012
I thought the organization and execution of the trip was terrific. The driver was interesting, informative and friendly. The sights were really good and the amount of time spent in each place was very good.
Reviewed by Maria A, January 2012
The trip was fantastic, we travelled from Dublin. Our driver was a really nice guy named Mike (famous Irish Chat show host) and having learned all about the Giant's Causeway in school (in Dublin) this was a fabulous first trip :) and my partner proposed to me when we were actually out on the windswept rocks. My summation? Fan flippin tastic :) xx
Reviewed by writergal78, January 2012
One of my favorite places to visit in Ireland. Tranquil and scenic and amazing display of Mother Nature's work!
Reviewed by Tracey M, November 2011
What a great experience! Michael drove us in the DualLine coach at a perfect pace so we could see the countryside and take pictures while Geoff was a goldmine of information about people, events and history that shaped the different areas around Dublin Bay and Malahide Castle. The Dublin Bay stops were wonderful as we met some of the seals and other locals in the little fishing villages - and the castle was magical. Thank you Geoff and Michael for a very pleasant day.
Reviewed by Bob V, May 2013
We had a great day on you tour. Wayne has an excellent tour driver and guide. He made the trip enjoyable with his humor and his knowledge of Ireland was valuable.
Thanks Wayne for a great trip!
I would recommend you don't go to Belfast for an hour. Unless you do the taxi tour, an hour doesn't give you much time for anything else
Reviewed by Ana Filipa L, Portugal, April 2013
I was lucky because the weather was really nice (for what it's usual in Ireland). The sun was shining most of the time and it had been snowing the week before, so there was a lot of snow in the fields and hills.
I loved the scenic route we took, the Giant Causeway and the rope bridge. Unfortunately there were fewer stops that I thought and for a photo lover it was really a shame - all that landscape, covered in snow; the little lambs running in the fileds... I wish we could have had more opportunities to get out of the bus and take a few pictures. This country is too beautiful to save only in my memory!
Belfast seems to be a nice city but 1 hour is not enough to explore it. It is really a pit that the bus doesn't go near the peace walls - the most significant monument in Belfast...
Reviewed by Joseph D, March 2013
It was raining (what else is new in Ireland?!?) that day when we took this trip. When we got to the parking area where the rope bridge was, the attendant said "People say it's very windy...I say it's just breezy!" Well, I held on to that rope like I was holding on for my dear life! But I did it! This is truly a trip of a lifetime. Giant's Causeway is a site to behold and downtown Belfast is full of history to absorb. Joseph, our tour guide, was very nice and helpful...and a very good singer too!!!
Reviewed by AHJ G, March 2013
Excellent trip, Phil was a knowledgable friendly and accomodating guide.
The only thing that would have made this better would of been a short stop at the Bushmills distillery that we drove by, even if only to look in the shop.
Reviewed by Kevin J C, February 2013
This trip was absolutely phenomenal! The rope bridge was an added bonus. It's a long day, but the day is filled with great information and beautiful scenery! This attraction is definitely a "must see" while in Ireland!! Go with a tour so you get all the great information!
Reviewed by GABRIELE Z, January 2013
Absolutely worth, fantastic scenery and breathtaking landscapes. You can't miss this trip.
Sebbene fosse inverno, ne è valsa la pena. Scenari fantastici e una guida preparata ci hanno fatto trascorrere un'ottima giornata. Assolutamente da fare!