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Discover the unrivalled natural splendor of Ireland’s UNESCO-listed Giant’s Causeway on a full-day trip from Dublin. From the panoramic vantage point of a luxury coach, marvel at the dramatic coastal scenery that surrounds the incredible rock sculptures of the Causeway. During your explorative excursion, visit the Northern Irish capital of Belfast to soak up the city’s vibrant culture, and summon your courage to cross the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, suspended high over the sea.

Highlights

  • Day trip from Dublin to Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland
  • Visit the filming location used as the King's Road in the TV series 'Game of Thrones'
  • See the beauty of the Giant Causeway's coastal area, that has been awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status
  • Visit Belfast on your return route back from the Giant's Causeway
  • Transport by air-conditioned coach

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

An amazing road trip to Northern Ireland! Prepare to take countless pictures of the gorgeous coastal scenery and the unique volcanic rock formations of Giant's Causeway.

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What You Can Expect

Giant's Causeway Day Trip from Dublin

Giants Causeway Day Trip from Dublin

Depart from a central Dublin location in a luxury, air-conditioned coach destined for the UNESCO World Heritage-listed site of the Giant’s Causeway. Revitalize with an aromatic coffee during a brief interlude and then travel onward to the magical Dark Hedges.

The avenue of beech trees known as the Dark Hedges were used as the filming location for the King's Road in the popular TV series 'Game of Thrones'. There will be time for you to have a brief walk around the site and to snap some photos before returning to the coach for your onward journey through the picturesque Irish countryside to catch your first glimpse of the Giant’s Causeway.

The Giant's Causeway is a fascinating rock formation created by an ancient volcanic eruption. Capture fantastic photographs of the rugged natural landmarks and absorb vistas of the naturally splendid area.

Pass idyllic hamlets and indigenous tows scattered along the curvaceous coast and relax during a ride considered on of the world’s most epic journeys. Scour the scenery for native wildlife and fascinating flora during the journey south, and then stop in Belfast to discover the culture and history of Northern Island’s capital.

Catch a glimpse of the city’s historical monuments and then return to the vehicle for the relaxing ride back to central Dublin.

Customer Reviews

PEDRO AFONSO P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

Amazing! The crew is really good. I'd like to pay Gaven a pint, but he coun't take it ahahahahaha I highly recommend it

Anthony H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

The scenery was breath taking and we were lucky with the weather , the sun shone all day . The Carrick-a Rede bridge was amazing and I am so glad that I plucked up courage to cross it . We had a lovely lunch in The Nook pub at The Giant's Causeway . Lots of walking and lots of fresh air . Very long day but well worth it and would recommend this tour to anyone staying in Dublin

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

What a pleasant and memorable trip!! It was well worth it. The guide was knowledgeable and friendly. We had a nice sunny day in December and we had a great time exploring the ropeway and the giants causeway with plenty of free time to enjoy it ourselves. Would do it again.

Joakim S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Amazing! Really vbeutiful.
Also very intersting with a stop in Belfast and learn more about their history.

Max

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

This tour was hands down the best tour I have been on, because of the mixture of nature and history, made my trip to Dublin!!!! YOU NEED TO GO ON THE BLACK CAB TOUR IN BELFAST to truly appreciate the history portion of this tour.

Owen, our tour guide, did an awesome job of giving us a combination of witty banter i.e playing U2's With or Without You while explaining how everyone needs to get back on time or else he was leaving and explaining the history behind each stop.

Giant's Causeway was stunning and really requires the 2 hours to appreciate every section of the area. Even have the ability to hike up a cliff. Captured some of my favorite photos there. If you are a Game of Thrones fan, you will love two of the stops.

YOU NEED TO TAKE THE BLACK CAB TOUR IN BELFAST, NO QUESTIONS ASKED! It was the most interesting tour I have ever been on.

The only thing I didnt like was the super early start time of 6:30am which means you will need to be up and ready to go by 6am if you have a close hotel.

Besides waking up early, AMAZING TOUR

Kameesha S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Excellent tour and tour guide, Wayne. We weren't able to cross the rope bridge due to high winds, so it gave us more time elsewhere and received a refund for that portion of the tour. I was not aware that Northern Ireland's currency is the pound, I assumed all of Ireland used euros, so I suggest bringing British pounds for the coffee stop, lunch break, and if you do the black cab tour in Belfast. If you're just shopping in Belfast then you can use your credit card. Our lunch stop restaurant luckily accepted credit cards with a 10 minimum.

Martino O

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

The Giant's Causeway is beautiful, and the driver was really likable and entertaining :

Amanda V

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

The Giant's Causeway tour was awesome. I would highly recommend it. We drove to the hedges first and then the Carrick-a-Rede Bridge. That was incredible even though it rained. We had about an hour so I recommend you take pictures quickly and go across the bridge ASAP. We stopped at a little cafe for lunch and only had 30 minutes to eat but the food was delicious. I recommend bringing British pounds because there's a minimum credit card charge of 10. We went to the causeway after that. It was pouring and super windy but it was still pretty incredible to see in real life. If you plan to use the shuttle to go up you will definitely need some pounds then. Once we finished the causeway we stopped at Dunluce Castle which is the base that GoT uses for Pyke of House Greyjoy. We headed to Belfast after that and got to stay in Belfest for an hour. You could go into the city or take the taxi tour for 10 euro per person. 4 people have to go or you'll have to pay the price of 4 people but you get to hear about the conflict/history of the city. We only got a taste of Belfast, wish we could have stayed longer but overall a great trip! David our tour guide/driver was awesome. He had a lot of cute jokes and stories that made the trip very enjoyable.

Ema D Bosnia Herzegovina

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

This was a great tour. Each location is well worth the visit. You get plenty of time on every stop to take the scenic route to it I'd definitely recommend taking the cliff walk to Giant's causeway over the shuttle bus, take a ton of pictures and come back. Belfast is a very beautiful city to visit although, keep in mind, you can only see so much in some 80-90 minutes you get.
Our guide John gave us plenty of information about every place we visited and passed. It was really nice to learn a bit more about the history of Northern Ireland. I'd wholeheartedly recommend taking this tour as well as other tours around Ireland.

Katherine W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

What a great tour! Highly recommend... Our driver Owen was wonderful guide and gave a great information a bout the north as well as the falk lore of the Causeway. Do to very windy conditions the Carrick a Rede bridge was closed but the walk a long the cliffs was wonderful as was the view of Scotland that you really only can see on clear windy days. Owin took a us to a wonderful little cafe called The Giants Barn Cafe which had the best Guiness beef pie wth brown bread. Then off to the Causeway. A bit of a walk from the bus drop off point to the causeway. Definitely where a good pair of boots or sneakers, the tourists in heals and flip flops were not having the best time. I highly recommend this tour it's worth the early wake up hour!

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