Top Northern Ireland Water Tours
5 Northern Ireland Water Tours | All Northern Ireland Tours
Explore the coast and caves of Northern Ireland on a kayak tour from Ballycastle. The scenic route along the Wild Atlantic Way is perfect for first-time kayakers, as your guide takes care of navigation. Have your camera ready for the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Kinbane Castle, and more. ‘Game of Thrones’ fans may recognize Ballintoy Harbor as the filming location for the Iron Isles.
Experience the spectacular Lough Erne, marvel at the untouched landscape and learn about the island's rich folklore. Your guide will tell you about Lough Erne’s fascinating history and give you a Fast Blast showing off the capabilities of the boat on the way. This tour is non-stop and lasts approximately 1 hour.
For this 1 hour 30 mins tour you will have the chance to explore Ireland's only Island Town from the water as well as stopping off at one of the most important monastic sites in Ireland, Devenish Island. This tour allows you to explore the stunning Island landscapes and hear about the rich history of Lough Erne.
Sea kayaking in Ireland is an activity on the up and offers the opportunity to get close to nature and to travel to places inaccessible by any other form of transport. We run four different routes on the Giants Causeway coast for different abilities and to accommodate the weather and sea forecast. The route that passes the Causeway itself is an exciting paddle that requires competent kayaking skills. We use many other routes suiting beginner to intermediate kayaking skills such as via Dunluce Castle and the magical cliffs at Whiterocks and from Ballintoy to Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge. Giant’s Causeway coastline is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourism locations in Ireland, so it can get busy on the walking traditional route. Spending a half a day exploring the area surrounding the Causeway is a fulfilling and fascinating experience. Sea caves, smugglers coves and geology abounds in the short stretch of coastline to either side of the Causeway itself.
Price varies by group size
Price varies by group size
A chance to see some of Donegal’ s most beautiful Islands from the sea whilst sipping on Prosecco and listening to stories and songs from local musicians
Taking safety measures
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Frequently Asked Questions
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What are the best Water Tours in Northern Ireland?
The best Water Tours in Northern Ireland according to Viator travelers are:
- Ballycastle 2-Hour Kayaking Tour
- Private 1 hour Lakeland Experience
- Private Monastic Island Experience
- Giants Causeway Coast Sea Kayaking
- Sunset or Sail and Prosecco Music Cruise
What tours in Northern Ireland are taking additional safety precautions?
What tours in Northern Ireland are good for avoiding crowds?
- Belfast Peace Wall
- St. Anne's Cathedral
- Belfast Cathedral Quarter
- Belfast City Hall
- Dunluce Castle
- Glenshane Pass
- Albert Memorial Clock
- Belfast Botanic Gardens & Palm House
- Old Bushmills Distillery
- Antrim Coast Road
- SS Nomadic
- Odyssey Pavilion & SSE Arena
- Belfast Customs House
- Carrickfergus Castle
- Belfast Grand Opera House
- Parliament Buildings (Stormont)
- Queen's University Belfast
- Victoria Square Shopping Centre
- Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
- Dark Hedges
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