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Tony is an amazing tour guide, and he did his best to keep us engaged. I enjoyed all of the stops we had and liked his honesty on the best things to do once we were there. I would highly recommend this and hope you are lucky enough to a guide like Tony!
We had an excellent trip, weather fantastic, coach was terrific and Dave was so knowledgeable about the whole history of the area.
Eddy was the best tour guide of our entire Europe trip. Incredibly knowledgeable and entertaining for the entirety of the very long ride. The Giants causeway in particular was beautiful.
Our guide was knowledgeable about the area and even explained some history of Northern Ireland. This tour is not to be missed! This tour's scenery was breathtaking! The Carrick-a-Rede bridge was a highlight!
Your guide was great! Hilarious, informative and fun! The your was BEAUTIFUL! Even though it rained the whole time, I would do it again!
Our guide Bud, was awesome! We loved his Irish singing and he offered a wealth of information. Loved the Causeway and the drive up the coast. Driver offered many photo stops! Good opportunity for cab tour in Belfast to learn more about the conflicts and hardships. Would definitely recommend this tour!
Our tour guide was great! Dave told a lot of stories and shared information on Northern Ireland's turbulent past. Giant's Causeway was beautiful. I definitely recommend this trip!
Amazing trip to Giant's Causeway, tour guide was very interesting and helpful. A very long day but well worth it. Thank you to the guide and everyone who helps to make it so brill.
Our guide was superb, very knowledgeable and friendly. The sights are breathtaking. Of all the trips I have been on this was my favorite. The Giants Causeway is absolutely beautiful and the rock formations was awesome. We had fun crossing the rope bridge.
Fabulous day out, and Bus-Driver/Tour guide came with extensive knowledge and organisational skills
. At our last stop in Belfast he organsied a black cab tour of belfast which gave an in-depth history into the fighting. such a sad sad history
.the only thing that spoilt;lt was the WEATHER at the GIANTS CAUSEWAY. Would have been more enjoyablebetter to be able to do more walking around teh area had it been nice and sunny.
Overall this was a great tour and well worth the money. Our guide, Wayne--aka "Mr. Lucky"--was informative, entertaining and always looking out for us. "Mr. Lucky" truly earned his name by (in addition to his exemplary safety record which he emphasized by once again not crashing the bus!) making the Irish rain cease as soon as we got to our stop at the bridge. BTW for those who are not in the best of shape, the walk (climb!) to the rope bridge will test your muscles. There are some fairly steep inclines and steps--worth it but be forewarned. My calves were mooing for a couple of days afterwards.
Fortunately, at the Giant's Causeway there is a bus that will take you down and back up for 1 pound each way. Wayne should mention this. You have to get the bus to the Causeway in the parking lot of the visitors' center, which he can't go into with his bus so maybe that's why he didn't say anything, but you don't have to pay the ridiculous amount at the visitors' center to catch the bus outside. We found out about the bus while having lunch at the restaurant where our bus stopped to let us off. We were very glad we did! The Giant's Causeway was pretty amazing and you can walk out as far as you want on the rocks. But the walk down and back is 15-20 minutes in each direction with uphill going back. Many people walked down and took the bus back up.
One of the highlights for us was the time we spent in Belfast. Wayne arranged for a separate taxi tour of the areas affected by "the Troubles." We were divided into small groups and, for 10 pounds each, given a tour by someone who lived through it. This is a sobering tour and if you are not up to reflecting on the horror of religious strife, hang out in the recommended pub instead. But walking around the Shankill, viewing the murals and hearing the history of the area was well worth the hour or so of our time.