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Actually saw where they were filming the wall scenes snow is dubbed in later, the rope bridge, and the fairy woods. It was amazing. There is no lunch break, so bring your own food. I got cheese and crackers, not the best lunch. Otherwise, super good tour.
We had such a great day with Gayle and Mark! They were so full of knowledge, enthusiasm and great stories. I absolutely recommend wearing quality walking shoes and waterproof gear. The giant's causeway is stunning and caves are extremely scenic. A fan of the show or not this is a very fun tour.
Such a great experience! Our tour guide was very knowledgeable about history as well as game of thrones. We loved learning about Northern Ireland's rich history. The Game of Thrones locations were great! Totally worth the money and spending your day seeing the beautiful country!
Great way to spend a day!
Excellent tour! We were a group of 11 aged from 18 to 67. We all had a fabulous day with Gail our tour guide. She was knowledgable about the GoT programme and also the history of the places we visited. Not everyone in our group had watched GoT but they enjoyed the beautiful scenery and places we visited just as much as the rest of us. Would highly recommend.
First off a huge shout out to Charlene the guide on this tour! Sadly the tour I was on was her last day as she was pursing another opportunity. She made the day so hilarious and was so full of life and information about Belfast, Game of Thrones and Northern Ireland as a whole. She also had nothing but great things to say about the other guides. Now I'm not usually one for guided tours but this one was the best I've ever done. First off you get so much for your money in terms of what you see and where you go. The only thing not included is the Rope bridge which will run you about 6 GBP and thats such good value for money when you see where you get to go. There was no feeling crushed or like the bus would leave without you. I was on my own but met a bunch of great people on the bus driving along the coast so it made the day that much better. Strap in for a pretty long day but 90 of the time you're off the bus exploring the locations from GOT or the national trust sights. Good walking shoes are definitely something I'd suggest as there will be a bit of walking at the causeway and the bridge. I lucked out and had the sunniest day I could have asked for. Hope you get the same!
Suzanne R United Kingdom
Absolutely brilliant, maximum fun, gossip and stories from the show, brilliant scenery,the day flew by. Gail the guide was soooo funny and jimmy our driver was a complete star. Didn't want it to end.
A great day out. We were lucky to have beautiful weather and really enjoyed everywhere that we got to see in Northern Ireland as part of this tour.
I spent a while trying to weigh up different tour options and found it hard to compare them so I hope you find this useful.
This company have different size buses- some days they have large coaches and some days smaller buses. We were lucky to have a small bus with about 30 people which meant we could easily navigate every tour stop. We saw lots of places: drove past Castle Black walls as you're not allowed to stop, stopped briefly at Carnlough Harbour and Cushendun caves and a slightly longer stop at Ballintoy Harbour beautiful! before getting to Carrick-a-Rede. This stop was longer as you have to walk from the entrance way down to the island if you want to go across the bridge free to National Trust members by the way but 6 otherwise. Just the right amount of time to go down and back without feeling rushed or bored. Then we went on to the Giant's Causeway where we had a long stop with time for lunch and exploring. There were a couple of short stops on the way back to Belfast- just photo opportunities.
It was a great way to see lots of the countryside and beautiful locations.
Our guide Charlene was excellent, really knowledgeable and friendly, with a good sense of humour. She told us lots about the places we were passing as well as the Game of Thrones information. Before reaching each location an ipad was passed around showing clips of the show so you could see how the locations had been used. This was a great idea but did take a while and we missed some clips.
All the timings were really well worked-out and were perfect for the amount of time you would want in each place.
Really enjoyed it and would recommend.
Totally worth it! This was my second excursion to the Giants Causeway as my travel companion hadn't been. The addition of the GoT sites totally changed the day. Small group and small bus which made it so easy to connect with others on the tour. I saw so much more of Northern Ireland! The guide and driver were hysterical and really engaging with stories about the show and history of the geography. Worth it for any age range. Note that the Carrick-a-Rede excursion, through fantastic to view, is a bit of a hike. They won't push you to walk to the rope bridge and I would suggest only doing if you are fit. Otherwise, stroll until you get tired, then turn around. You'll see the same things as you do going all the way to the bridge.
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