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Overview

Discover the magic of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Giant’s Causeway on a full-day trip from Belfast. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, travel by luxury coach through Northern Ireland’s spectacular countryside, and visit attractions like Carrickfergus Castle and the Old Bushmills distillery. Summon your courage to cross the nail-biting Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. Then arrive at the Giant’s Causeway to climb the fascinating stones and admire the scenic splendor of the surroundings.
  • 8-hour tour to Giant’s Causeway from Belfast
  • See Carrickfergus Castle, a Norman fortress
  • Stop at the Old Bushmills Distillery, where one of the Ireland’s famous whiskies is produced
  • Climb the stones at Giant’s Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Cross the 65-foot-long (20-meter-long) Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
  • Admire the ruins of Dunluce Castle on your way back to Belfast
  • Hear about the history of the area as you go
Emerge early and depart from central Belfast in a comfortable, air-conditioned minivan destined for the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Giant’s Causeway. Stop first at Carrickfergus Castle, an impressive Norman fortress considered one of Northern Ireland’s best preserved. Hear of the structure’s intriguing history before travelling along the scenic Antrim Coast to the famous Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. 

On arrival, conquer your fears and walk tentatively across the rickety bridge suspended 100 feet (30 meters) above the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean (own expense). If you’d prefer to keep your adrenaline levels stable, opt for a bracing walk along the coast instead. 

Continue onto the Old Bushmills Distillery, home to one of Ireland’s favorite brands of the amber nectar. Revitalize with lunch at the distilleries bar (own expense), and purchase special whiskey-related souvenirs from the gift shop (own expense). 

Then, begin the journey to your final stop, the UNESCO-listed Giant’s Causeway. Listen to legends surrounding the formation of the mystifying natural wonder that consists of hexagonal rock columns that fit together like a puzzle. Climb the coastal stones, listen to intriguing myths, and feel the invigorating ocean breeze as you spend some leisurely time at the natural landmark.  

Relax during the scenic journey back to Belfast, which passes the medieval Dunluce Castle, and bid your guide farewell in central Belfast.

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R
, Sep 2018

My 1st visit here though I'd heard about it from my parents but so much different to see in reality. Rocks can be a bit slippery when wet and there's a good walk from were the bus drops you to the rocks but you can get a ride from the gift shop down for a small fee. The day we went was beautifully clear and the water just lashed against the rocks creating such peace in spite of many people bustling around. Makes for great photographs. Super trip and worth booking tour vs driving yourself. We learned so much from our bus driver/tour guide which made everything so much more interesting.

T
, Sep 2018

Stuart was an excellent driver and guide. The stops at the 2 castles and Old Bushmills Distilleries were probably not necessary other than for toilet stops. Giants Causeway was amazing.

J
, Sep 2018

Make sure you know who your actual tour company is. It's not viator..they are just a reservation agent. Instructions said to go to a certain corner. Would be nice if there was a sign there so you knew you were in the right place. We got a bit nervous when the designated time arrived and our bus had not arrived...because they also pickup at some hotels and can run behind schedule. The area where all the tours in Belfast meet by europa hotel is a congested mess. 2 mc comb buses arrived..one driver wanted us to switch to his tour rather than in we booked...don't know why..was confusing..we stuck with our booked tour. Slightly late start..left town then returned to puck up a single person who must have missed the bus. Transmission was messed up on bus and had some temp control issues in bus..extremely cold or hot. Driver was informative and did a good job..but during part of the countryside ride it would have been nice to just hear some Irish tunes and relax.

J
, Sep 2018

This was my first bus trip for sightseeing. They stuff many activities into one day and you see a good many things but I would have liked to had more time at the Giant's Causeway and the Buschmills Distillery. However, they are only given so much time at each location. It is a good trip if you want a taste of the coast and some history. Unfortunately I could not hear everything the driver was telling us because of some inconsiderate passengers who kept talking.

l
, Aug 2018

Our guide Patrick was wonderful. And although it was a long day we were never board and enjoyrd it immensely

Y
, Aug 2018

The trip is quite efficient. The guide is quite familiar about all the sites and how to be efficient. Just be punctual at each spot.

d
, Aug 2018

Had a really great time. Troy is the best driver and tour guide. My family and I enjoyed all the stops. The trip was packed with stops. Just enough time at each one. Our luncheon stop had delicious food.

K
, Aug 2018

Derrick from mcCombs was a real gem. He was knowledgeable, entertaining and extremely personable. We had terrific time and learned a bunch about the Gamesnof Thrones as well. We will have to start watching it now so we can see the locations we toured.

s
, Aug 2018

We had a great day with The Giant's Causeway as the culmination of a whole day of sights and places to stop and experience. Two castles, Bushmills Distillery, Carrick-a-rede rope bridge, the narrow Antrim coast road and the beautiful coastal towns! So much information and fun anecdotes from our bus driver, Patrick. He even managed to be in just the right place for an entire busload to applaud a great putt on one of the golf courses adjacent to the road. Lunch was great and the whole trip was scheduled to be as efficient as possible. Well done McComb's and well done Patrick!

T
, Aug 2018

We spent almost 10 hours of a lovely day in July with Viator trip to Giant's Causeway. I loved every moment of it. First the coastal route through the beautiful Antrim where we made several stops. We also had plenty of time at the day's main attraction. A lot of thanks to our driver Patrick for sharing all his knowledge and humour with us.


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