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Northern Ireland Highlights Day Trip Including Giant's Causeway from Dublin

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  • Book ahead to guarantee your tour of Giant’s Causeway and Belfast
  • Your guide knows the quickest ways between sights
  • Explore the conflicted history of Belfast safely with a local guide 
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Northern Ireland Highlights Day Trip Including Giant's Causeway from Dublin
From US$88.80
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Northern Ireland Highlights Day Trip Including Giant's Causeway from Dublin
From US$88.85
Overview
Visit Belfast’s Falls and Shankill neighborhoods, see the UNESCO-listed Giant’s Causeway, sign the Peace Wall, and walk the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge all in one day. This tour saves you time and money, as it includes round-trip transport from Dublin and all entrance fees, so you can conveniently explore without dealing with long lines. Plus, this tour comes highly recommended by one of our own TripAdvisor employees.
What to Expect
Your tour starts with pickup from Dublin in a comfortable, Wi-Fi–equipped coach bus. On the way to Belfast, you’ll stop at a rest area for breakfast, drinks, or snacks (at your own expense). It’s a long day, so it’s recommended you grab something to eat.

At Belfast, your guide will point you to a black cab for a tour led by someone who grew up there during the Northern Ireland Conflict. Visit the Falls and Shankill neighborhoods, hearing first-hand accounts of the battles between the Catholics and the Protestants. You’ll see the Peace Wall, where you can sign your own name.

Afterward, you’ll ride on the bus to the Giant’s Causeway, with a chance to buy lunch (own expense) before walking down the hill to the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Lastly, walk across the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge over the ocean before making the return drive back to Dublin.
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Reviewed yesterday
Excellent experience

We did a day trip from Dublin with wild River tours. It was a 12 out of 10!!! I highly recommend this tour. Noel was fantastic and very knowledgeable.

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Reviewed yesterday
A highlight of our time in Ireland!

We are so glad we took this tour with Wild Rover. The bus was new and comfortable and the sights were absolutely breathtaking. Perhaps what made the day was our guide, Murphy. He is a font of historical knowledge, but he also has a wonderful...More

Thank Allen A
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Great day trip!

Our guide was Peter. He did a fantastic job. He informed us of interesting landmarks along the way from Dublin. He clearly explained our options for either the Titanic or the Black Cab Tour. He had a great sense of humor was you could tell...More

Thank Donna B
Wild Rover T, Manager at Wild Rover Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

Thank you for sharing your experience. We appreciate your feedback!

Reviewed 5 days ago
Loved every minute - pick this tour to visit the North!

Our guide, Peter, and our driver, Sara, were both excellent. Great driving - always felt safe, bus was on time all day, wonderful tour guide (Peter) who entertained us the whole time, music and videos played on the bus at appropriate times, and plenty of...More

1  Thank Eiluj777
Wild Rover T, Manager at Wild Rover Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

We are delighted that you had a great time during the tour! We hope to see you again soon!

Reviewed 6 days ago
Belfast and Giant Causeway a must see when in Ireland

We took a tour with Wild Rover tours from Dublin to Belfast, giant causeway and crete rope bridge. The tour was 12 hours a long day, but really worth it. Our tour guide Aisling was amazing. Very friendly and full of information. The driverSean really...More

Thank Adele G
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Joana L
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Response from WorldSeeker70 | Reviewed this property |
About 90 minutes. It’s interesting as the guide points out the historical locations as you cross the border, where the Royals reside (their castle, of course) when in N. Ireland, etc. It’s a beautiful country and the... More
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Response from Roxanne J | Reviewed this property |
The shuttle bus will get you down to the area of the causeway, but, to walk around may be hazardous. There is a little bit of flat area on the pathways, however, to explore the full site may not be possible. There is no... More
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